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2012-2013 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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BIO 329 - Evolution of Social Behavior

Study of the social behavior of animals from a Darwinian perspective, emphasizing evolutionary, behavioral, and social processes through which animal societies are structured and maintained. Only one of BIO 309, 311, 329, or 349 may be counted toward a biology major or minor. Does not count toward biopsychology major. Part of Marginality and Difference theme. Prerequisite: Junior standing. One course in biology or psychology recommended.

Credits: 3

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