Professor Eduardo Fernandez-Duque in interviewed on the Yale MacMillan report on his research in monogamy in monkeys.
Professor Fernandez-Duque is a biological anthropologist with a general interest in understanding the evolution and maintenance of social systems. His main research interest is to examine the mechanisms that maintain social monogamy and the role that sexual selection may have had in the evolution of this unusual mating system. He is also motivated to study living primates as an approach to understanding the evolution of human behavior. Professor Fernandez-Duque is particularly interested in male-female relationships, pair bonding and paternal care in humans and non-human primates.
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