2005 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2003 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
William C. McGrew mainly focuses on Troglodytes, Anthropology, Ecology, Evolutionary biology and Cognitive psychology. William C. McGrew combines subjects such as Ethology, Animal ecology, National park and Predation with his study of Troglodytes. His work deals with themes such as Behavioral ecology and Pan paniscus, which intersect with Anthropology.
His study in Social organization extends to Ecology with its themes. His Evolutionary biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sociocultural evolution, Cultural variation and Dorylus. His study on Cognitive psychology also encompasses disciplines like
William C. McGrew mostly deals with Ecology, Troglodytes, Animal ecology, Anthropology and Zoology. His is involved in several facets of Ecology study, as is seen by his studies on Foraging, Habitat, Predation, Dry season and Sympatric speciation. William C. McGrew interconnects Pan paniscus, Pongidae, National park, Feeding behavior and Dorylus in the investigation of issues within Troglodytes.
In Pongidae, he works on issues like Laterality, which are connected to Captivity. His Animal ecology research incorporates themes from Evolutionary biology, Social psychology and Demography. A large part of his Anthropology studies is devoted to Primatology.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Animal ecology, Troglodytes, Zoology and Anthropology. His research related to Foraging, Range, Sympatric speciation, Nest and Habitat might be considered part of Ecology. In his work, Taxon is strongly intertwined with National park, which is a subfield of Animal ecology.
His studies in Troglodytes integrate themes in fields like Feeding behavior, Ecology, Technological evolution and Predation. His work in Predation addresses subjects such as Hymenoptera, which are connected to disciplines such as Pongidae. His Anthropology research is mostly focused on the topic Primatology.
William C. McGrew spends much of his time researching Ecology, Troglodytes, Foraging, Nest and Animal ecology. His Ecology research includes themes of Zoology and Bipedalism. The various areas that William C. McGrew examines in his Troglodytes study include Feeding behavior, Ecology, Habitat and Predation.
His Foraging study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Osteology, Domestication, Non-human and Entomophagy. His work carried out in the field of Nest brings together such families of science as Archaeology and Arboreal locomotion. His Animal ecology study deals with Cultural variation intersecting with Intimidation and Courtship.
Cultures in chimpanzees
Chimpanzee Material Culture: Implications for Human Evolution
Chimpanzee Material Culture
William C. McGrew.
An Ethological Study Of Children's Behavior
William C. McGrew.
Great Ape Societies
Intergroup aggression in chimpanzees and humans
Joseph H. Manson;Richard W. Wrangham;James L. Boone;Bernard Chapais.
Current Anthropology (1991)
The Cultured Chimpanzee: Reflections on Cultural Primatology
William C. McGrew.
CHARTING CULTURAL VARIATION IN CHIMPANZEES
Andrew Whiten;J. Goodall;W. C. McGrew;Toshisada Nishida.
On the Other Hand: Current Issues in and Meta-Analysis of the Behavioral Laterality of Hand Function in Nonhuman Primates
American Journal of Physical Anthropology (1997)
Hominid Use of Fire in the Lower and Middle Pleistocene: A Review of the Evidence [and Comments and Replies]
Steven R. James;R. W. Dennell;Allan S. Gilbert;Henry T. Lewis.
Current Anthropology (1989)
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