Vicki Bentley-Condit has taught biological anthropology at Grinnell since 1995. She is a primatologist who has conducted research with both wild and captive baboon populations and captive rhesus macaques. Her primary research interests are mother-infant relationships and infant development. However, her most recent research has been focused upon baboon nutrition and laboratory analyses of food samples from a wild population of baboons in Kenya conducted at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park Nutrition Lab in Washington, DC.
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Education / Degrees:
Ph.D., Anthropology, Emory University, Atlanta, 1995 M.A., Anthropology, Emory University, Atlanta, 1992 B.A., Psychology, University of Louisville, 1987
Introduction to Anthropology Primate Behavior and Taxonomy Mothers and Infants African Cultures Human Evolution Human Variation Biological Basis of Human Society Human Ethology