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Publications by Peter C. Reynolds, Ph.D.  
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Oakley, F.B., & Reynolds, P.C. (1976). Differing responses to social play deprivation in two species of macaque. In D.F. Lancy, & B.A. Tindall (Eds.), The Anthropological Study of Play:  Problems and Prospects (pp. 179-188). Cornwall, NY: Leisure Press.

Patterson, F.G., Bonvillian, J.D., Reynolds, P.C., & Maccoby, E.E. (1975). Mother and peer attachment under conditions of fear in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Primates, 16, 75-81.

Pinneo, L.R., Kaplan, J.N., Elpel, E.A., Glick, J.H., & Reynolds, P.C. (1972). Experimental brain prosthesis for stroke. Stroke, 3, 16-26.

Reynolds, P.C. (1969). Review of "Thomas A. Sebeok (ed.), Animal Communication: Techniques of Study and Results of Research, Indiana University Press, 1968". Language Sciences (February).

Reynolds, P.C. (1970). Social communication in the chimpanzee: a review. The Chimpanzee, 3, 369-394.

Reynolds, P.C. (1975). Handedness and the evolution of the primate forelimb. Neuropsychologia, 13, 499-500.

Reynolds, P.C. (1976). Play, language, and human evolution. In J. Bruner,A. Jolly, & K. Silva (Eds.), Play: Its  Role in  Development and Evolution (pp. 621-635). Baltimore: Penguin Books.

Reynolds, P.C. (1976). Language and skilled activity. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 280, 150-156.

Reynolds, P.C. (1976). The emergence of early hominid social organization. I: The attachment systems. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, 29, 73-95.

Reynolds, P.C. (1977). Review of "Robin Fox (ed.), Biosocial Anthropology, Malaby Press, London, 1975". Oceania, 48(1), 78-79.

Reynolds, P.C. (1978). The use of computers in the formal description of behavior. Canberra Anthropology, 1(3), 70-81.

Reynolds, P.C. (1980). The programmatic description of simple technologies. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 6, 38-74.

Reynolds, P.C. (1981). On the Evolution of Human Behavior: The Argument from Animals to Man. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Reynolds, P.C. (1982). The primate constructional system: the theory and description of instrumental object use in humans and chimpanzees. In M.v. Cranach, & R. Harré (Eds.), The Analysis of Action:  Recent Theoretical and Empirical Advances (pp. 185-200). Cambridge: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Reynolds, P.C. (1982). Affect and instrumentality: an alternative to Eibl-Eibesfeldt's human ethology. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 5(2), 267-273.

Reynolds, P.C. (1983). Anthropoid ape language. In R. Harré, & R. Lamb (Eds.), The Encyclopedic Dictionary of Psychology. Oxford: Basil Blackwell Publishers.

Reynolds, P.C. (1983). Ape constructional ability and the origin of linguistic structure. In E.d. Grolier (Ed.), Glossogenetics: The Origin and Evolution of Language. (pp. 185-200). New York and Paris: Harwood Academic Publishers.

Reynolds, P.C. (1986). Corporate culture on the rocks, Across the Board pp. 51-56).

Reynolds, P.C. (1987). Animal intelligence and human instinct:  reflections on the psychobiology of rank. In D. McGuiness (Ed.), Dominance, War, and Aggression (pp. 119-130). New York: Paragon House.

Reynolds, P.C. (1987). Imposing corporate culture, Psychology Today.

Reynolds, P.C. (1988). Reviews of "Brady and Berwick (eds.), Computational Models of Discourse; Marcus,Theory of Syntactic Recognition for Natural Language; and Bara and Guida (eds.), Computational Models of Natural Language". Computers and the Humanities, 22, 319-320.

Reynolds, P.C. (1991). Structural differences in intentional action between humans and chimpanzees--and their implications for theories of handedness and bipedalism. In M. Anderson, & F. Merrell (Eds.), On Semiotic Modeling (pp. 19-46). Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter and Company.

Reynolds, P.C. (1991). Stealing Fire:  The Atomic Bomb as Symbolic Body. Palo Alto, CA: Iconic  Anthropology Press.

Reynolds, P.C. (1993). The complementation theory of language and tool use. In K. Gibson, & T. Ingold (Eds.), Cognition, Tool Use, and Human Evolution (pp. 407-428): Cambridge University Press.

Reynolds, P.C. (1993). Technology—not tool use: cognitive representation of cooperative construction, Abstracts, American Anthropological Association 92nd Annual Meeting (p. 486). Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association.

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Reynolds, P.C. (1993). The priests of cyborg. The Month (July), 257-266.

Reynolds, P.C. (1993). Review of "Joel Wallman, Aping Language. Cambridge University Press, 1992." Man: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute.

Reynolds, P.C. (1994). Culture on the Rocks. In T. Hamada, & W.E. Sibley (Eds.), Anthropological Perspectives on Organizational Culture. (pp. 301-310). Lanham, MD: University Presses of America.

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Reynolds, P.C. (1997). Abandoned Bodies. The Month (November), 421-426.

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Reynolds, P.C. (2000). Organics at the crossroads. Acres USA, 30 (September), 1, 8-11.

Reynolds, P.C. (2002). Pretending Primates. In R. Mitchell (Ed.), Play and Pretense in Humans and Animals (pp. 196-209). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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Reynolds, P.C. 2011. Between Two Towers: Darwinism and Creationism—Complementary Ideologies of the American Empire. Ojos de Clio: Revista Interdisciplinaria de Historia 1 (2):179-200.


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