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Lieberman, William S. and Dorothy Miller

Published by Museum of Modern Art, New York (1966)

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Item Description: Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1966. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Fine, soft cover, 1st edition catalog for exhibition, 116 pps, fully illustrated most blk/white + 13 color photos. Unmarked, clean, tight, albeit a bit age toned. Corners lightly bumped, minimal shelf wear. Includes: Nobuya Abe, Hiroshi Akam, Shusaku Arakawa, Kengiro Azuma, Hisao Comoto, Shyu Eguchi, Key Hiraga, Genichiro Inokuma, Yukihisa Isobe, Shigero Izumi, Minoru Kawabata, Takeshi Kawashima, Hisayuki Mogami, Reiji Kimura, Nobuaki Kojima, Shin Kuno, Masaaki Kusumoto, Tomio Miki, Hisayuki Mogami, Sadamasa Motonaga, Syokichi Mukai, Shuji Mukai, Masayuki Magare, Natsuyuki Nakanishi, Minoru Niizuma, Sinjiro Okamoto, Toshinobu Onosato, Yoshishige Saito, Key Sato, Morio Shinoda, Kazuo Shiragam Kumi Sugai, Tadasky, Atsuko Tatehata, Soichiro Tomiokoa, Tomonori Toyofuku, Shindo Tsuji, Waichi Tsutaka, Keiji Isami, Kazuo Yagi, Katsuhiro Yamaguchi, Takeo Yamaguchi, Sei Yamamoto, Jiro Yoshihara, and Masanobu Yoshimura. Bookseller Inventory # 111100

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Miller, Dorothy, and Lieberman, William S. (Curated by); Lieberman, William S. (Essay by)

Published by Museum of Modern Art; Doubleday & Co., Inc., New York (1966)

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Item Description: Museum of Modern Art; Doubleday & Co., Inc., New York, 1966. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. 116 pp., illus. (part col. ) ports.; 24 cm. Catalogue of an exhibition presented by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in collaboration with the San Francisco Museum of Art, shown there and at seven other museums, April 29, 1965-May 14, 1967. Circulated under the auspices of the International Council of the Museum. Firm binding, clean inside copy. Light shelfwear to wraps, age toning. First paperback edition. Includes: Nobuya Abe, Hiroshi Akam, Shusaku Arakawa, Kengiro Azuma, Hisao Comoto, Shyu Eguchi, Key Hiraga, Genichiro Inokuma, Yukihisa Isobe, Shigero Izumi, Minoru Kawabata, Takeshi Kawashima, Hisayuki Mogami, Reiji Kimura, Nobuaki Kojima, Shin Kuno, Masaaki Kusumoto, Tomio Miki, Hisayuki Mogami, Sadamasa Motonaga, Syokichi Mukai, Shuji Mukai, Masayuki Magare, Natsuyuki Nakanishi, Minoru Niizuma, Sinjiro Okamoto, Toshinobu Onosato, Yoshishige Saito, Key Sato, Morio Shinoda, Kazuo Shiragam Kumi Sugai, Tadasky, Atsuko Tatehata, Soichiro Tomiokoa, Tomonori Toyofuku, Shindo Tsuji, Waichi Tsutaka, Keiji Isami, Kazuo Yagi, Katsuhiro Yamaguchi, Takeo Yamaguchi, Sei Yamamoto, Jiro Yoshihara, and Masanobu Yoshimura. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Exhibition Catalogue. Bookseller Inventory # 055310

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Hefting, Paul (ed.).

Published by Gorinchem (a.o.), De Mandarijn, 1983-1984 (1984)

ISBN 10: 906394019X ISBN 13: 9789063940195

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Item Description: Gorinchem (a.o.), De Mandarijn, 1983-1984, 1984. Gorinchem (a.o.), De Mandarijn, 1983-1984. Stiff illustrated wrappers (softcover), 28 x 21 cms., 95 pp. text in English and Dutch with b/w illustrations. On Hironori Katagiri, Hiroshi Mikami, Masayuki Nagase, Atsuo Okamoto, Jiro Sugawara, Takeshi Tanabe, Marinus Boezem, Robert O'Brien/Irene Fortuyn, Ewerdt Hilgemann, Heppe de Moor, Dick Postema and Lex Wechgelaar. Bookseller Inventory # 4274

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Miller, Dorothy, and Lieberman, William S. (Curated by); Lieberman, William S. (Essay by)

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Item Description: Museum of Modern Art; Doubleday & Co., Inc., New York, 1966. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st. Cloth, 116 pp., illus. (part col.), ports.; 25 cm. Catalogue of an exhibition presented by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in collaboration with the San Francisco Museum of Art, shown there and at seven other museums, April 29, 1965-May 14, 1967. Circulated under the auspices of the International Council of the Museum. Near fine. Firm binding, clean inside copy. Age toning. Dust jacket, price-clipped on the front flap, protected in a mylar book cover. Includes: Nobuya Abe, Hiroshi Akam, Shusaku Arakawa, Kengiro Azuma, Hisao Comoto, Shyu Eguchi, Key Hiraga, Genichiro Inokuma, Yukihisa Isobe, Shigero Izumi, Minoru Kawabata, Takeshi Kawashima, Hisayuki Mogami, Reiji Kimura, Nobuaki Kojima, Shin Kuno, Masaaki Kusumoto, Tomio Miki, Hisayuki Mogami, Sadamasa Motonaga, Syokichi Mukai, Shuji Mukai, Masayuki Magare, Natsuyuki Nakanishi, Minoru Niizuma, Sinjiro Okamoto, Toshinobu Onosato, Yoshishige Saito, Key Sato, Morio Shinoda, Kazuo Shiragam Kumi Sugai, Tadasky, Atsuko Tatehata, Soichiro Tomiokoa, Tomonori Toyofuku, Shindo Tsuji, Waichi Tsutaka, Keiji Isami, Kazuo Yagi, Katsuhiro Yamaguchi, Takeo Yamaguchi, Sei Yamamoto, Jiro Yoshihara, and Masanobu Yoshimura. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Exhibition Catalogue. Bookseller Inventory # 045222

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Nitin Nitsure

Published by Hindustan Book Agency (2007)

ISBN 10: 8185931771 ISBN 13: 9788185931777

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Item Description: Hindustan Book Agency, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Contents Vol. I. 1956 1984 1. The problem of limits on a Riemannian manifold. 2. The identity of the weak and strong extensions of a linear elliptic differential operator. 3. The identity of the weak and strong extensions of a linear elliptic differential operator. 4. The type and the Green's Kernel of an open Riemann surface. 5. Variations of complex structures on an open Riemann surface. 6. Existence of universal connections (with S. Ramanan). 7. Existence of universal connections II (with S. Ramanan). 8. Regularity theorems for fractional powers of a linear elliptic operator (with Takeshi Kotake). 9. Stable bundles and unitary bundles on a compact Riemann surface (with C.S. Seshadri). 10. Holomorphic vector bundles on a compact Riemann surface (with C.S. Seshadri). 11. Stable and unitary vector bundles on a compact Riemann surface (with C.S. Seshadri). 12. Manifolds with ample canonical class (with R.R. Simha). 13. Vector bundles on curves (with Ramanan) Algebraic geometry. 14. Moduli of vector bundles on a compact Riemann surface (with S. Ramanan). 15. An analogue of the Borel Weil Bott theorem for Hermitian symmetric pairs of non compact type (with K. Okamoto). 16. Geometry of moduli spaces of vector bundles Actes du Congress international des Mathematicians. 17. On the cohomology groups of moduli spaces of vector bundles on curves (with G. Harder). 18. Deformations of the moduli space of vector bundles over an algebraic curve (with S. Ramanan). 19. Generalised prym varieties as fixed points (with S. Ramanan). 20. Geometry of Hecke cycles I (with S. Ramanan) C.P. Ramanujam a tribute. 21. Geometry of SU (2) gauge fields (with T.R. Ramadas). 22. Polarisations on an abelian variety (with M.V. Nori). 23. Fibres de t Hooft speciaux et applications (with A. Hirschowitz) (French) [Special t Hooft bundles and applications] Enumerative geometry and classical algebraic geometry. 24. Projective bundles on a complex torus (with G. Elencwajg). 25. Maximal subbundles of rank two vector bundles on curves (with H. Lange). Vol. II. 1985 2001 26. Survey of vector bundles on curves singularities representation of algebras and vector bundles. 27. 2# linear systems on Abelian varieties (with S. Ramanan) vector bundles on algebraic varieties (Bombay 1984). 28. Squares of ample line bundles on Abelian varieties (with H. Lange). 29. Spectral curves and the generalised theta divisor (with Arnaud Beauville and S. Ramanan). 30. Group de Picard des varieties de modules de fibres semi stables sur les courbes algebriques (with J.M. Drezet) (French) [The Picard Group of moduli varieties of semistable bundles over algebraic curves]. 31. Compactification of MP3 (0 2) and Poncelet pairs of conics (with G. Trautmann). 32. Rank 2 Vector bundles on P 4 with c I odd and contact curves (with W. Decker and F. O. Schreyer). 33. The Picard Group of the compactification of MP3 (0 2) (with G. Trautmann). 34. Factorisation of generalised theta functions I (with T.R. Ramadas). 35. Vector bundles as direct images of line bundles (with A. Hirschowitz) K.G. Ramanathan Memorial issue. 36. Infinite grassmannians and moduli spaces of G bundles (with Shrawan Kumar and A. Ramanathan). 37. Picard group of the moduli spaces of G bundles (with Shrawan Kumar). 38. Hodge classes of moduli spaces of parabolic bundles over the general curve (with Indranil Biswas). 39. Hermitian Einstein metrics on parabolic stable bundles (with Jia Yu Li). 40. A note on Hermitian Einstein metrics on parabolic stable bundles (with Jia Yu Li). 41. A generalisation of Nagata's theorem on ruled surfaces (with Yogish I. Holla). Acknowledgements. 884 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 64237

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Published by Executive Committee Hokkaido, 1990. in-folio à l'italienne, reliure toile éditeur sans jaquette, 126 pp. Photographies d' Hokkaido par Ejii Ishii, Hiromori Okamoto, Masami Omote, Katsuhiko kudo, Atsushi Sakurai, Yoshihiko Shiga, Tadashi Shimada, Takea Shimizu, Tetsuya Sekiguchi, Tsuneo Hayashida, Takeshi Mizukoshi, Takeshi Yamazaki et Kozo Watabiki. (1990)

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Item Description: Executive Committee Hokkaido, 1990. in-folio à l'italienne, reliure toile éditeur sans jaquette, 126 pp. Photographies d' Hokkaido par Ejii Ishii, Hiromori Okamoto, Masami Omote, Katsuhiko kudo, Atsushi Sakurai, Yoshihiko Shiga, Tadashi Shimada, Takea Shimizu, Tetsuya Sekiguchi, Tsuneo Hayashida, Takeshi Mizukoshi, Takeshi Yamazaki et Kozo Watabiki., 1990. Couverture un peu insolée, intérieur en très bon état. Bookseller Inventory # 25289

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Tomoko Aoyama

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ISBN 10: 082483285X ISBN 13: 9780824832858

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Item Description: University of Hawai i Press, United States, 2008. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 160 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. Literature, like food, is, in Terry Eagleton s words, endlessly interpretable, and food, like literature, looks like an object but is actually a relationship. So how much do we, and should we, read into the way food is represented in literature? Reading Food explores this and other questions in an unusual and fascinating tour of twentieth-century Japanese literature. Tomoko Aoyama analyzes a wide range of diverse writings that focus on food, eating, and cooking and considers how factors such as industrialization, urbanization, nationalism, and gender construction have affected people s relationships to food, nature, and culture, and to each other. The examples she offers are taken from novels (shosetsu) and other literary texts and include well known writers (such as Tanizaki Jun ichiro, Hayashi Fumiko, Okamoto Kanoko, Kaiko Takeshi, and Yoshimoto Banana) as well as those who are less widely known (Murai Gensai, Nagatsuka Takashi, Sumii Sue, and Numa Shozo).Food is everywhere in Japanese literature, and early chapters illustrate historical changes and variations in the treatment of food and eating. Examples are drawn from Meiji literary diaries, children s stories, peasant and proletarian literature, and women s writing before and after World War II. The author then turns to the theme of cannibalism in serious and popular novels. Key issues include ethical questions about survival, colonization, and cultural identity.The quest for gastronomic gratification is a dominant theme in gourmet novels. Like cannibalism, the gastronomic journey as a literary theme is deeply implicated with cultural identity. The final chapter deals specifically with contemporary novels by women, some of which celebrate the inclusiveness of eating (and writing), while others grapple with the fear of eating. Such dread or disgust can be seen as a warning against what the complacent gourmet boom of the 1980s and 1990s concealed: the dangers of a market economy, environmental destruction, and continuing gender biases. Bookseller Inventory # AAN9780824832858

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Tomoko Aoyama

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Item Description: University of Hawai i Press, United States, 2008. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 160 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. Literature, like food, is, in Terry Eagleton s words, endlessly interpretable, and food, like literature, looks like an object but is actually a relationship. So how much do we, and should we, read into the way food is represented in literature? Reading Food explores this and other questions in an unusual and fascinating tour of twentieth-century Japanese literature. Tomoko Aoyama analyzes a wide range of diverse writings that focus on food, eating, and cooking and considers how factors such as industrialization, urbanization, nationalism, and gender construction have affected people s relationships to food, nature, and culture, and to each other. The examples she offers are taken from novels (shosetsu) and other literary texts and include well known writers (such as Tanizaki Jun ichiro, Hayashi Fumiko, Okamoto Kanoko, Kaiko Takeshi, and Yoshimoto Banana) as well as those who are less widely known (Murai Gensai, Nagatsuka Takashi, Sumii Sue, and Numa Shozo).Food is everywhere in Japanese literature, and early chapters illustrate historical changes and variations in the treatment of food and eating. Examples are drawn from Meiji literary diaries, children s stories, peasant and proletarian literature, and women s writing before and after World War II. The author then turns to the theme of cannibalism in serious and popular novels. Key issues include ethical questions about survival, colonization, and cultural identity.The quest for gastronomic gratification is a dominant theme in gourmet novels. Like cannibalism, the gastronomic journey as a literary theme is deeply implicated with cultural identity. The final chapter deals specifically with contemporary novels by women, some of which celebrate the inclusiveness of eating (and writing), while others grapple with the fear of eating. Such dread or disgust can be seen as a warning against what the complacent gourmet boom of the 1980s and 1990s concealed: the dangers of a market economy, environmental destruction, and continuing gender biases. Bookseller Inventory # AAN9780824832858

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ISBN 10: 4431302468 ISBN 13: 9784431302469

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Item Description: 2006. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Foreword by Jane Goodall Preface by Tetsuro Matsuzawa Part 1 Introduction to Cognitive Development in Chimpanzees 1. Sociocognitive Development in Chimpanzees: A Synthesis of Laboratory Work and Fieldwork Tetsuro Matsuzawa Part 2 Behavioral and Physical Foundation 2. A New Comparative Perspective on Prenatal Motor Behaviors: Preliminary Research with Four-Dimensional Ultrasonography Hideko Takeshita, Masako Myowa-Yamakoshi, and Satoshi Hirata 3. Cognitive Abilities Before Birth: Learning and Long-Lasting Memory in a Chimpanzee Fetus Nobuyuki Kawai 4. Spindle Neurons in the Anterior Cingulate Cortex of Humans and Great Apes Motoharu Hayashi 5. Descent of the Larynx in Chimpanzees: Mosaic and Multiple-Step Evolution of the Foundations for Human Speech Takeshi Nishimura 6. Understanding the Growth Pattern of Chimpanzees: Does It Conserve the Pattern of the Common Ancestor of Humans and Chimpanzees? Yuzuru Hamada and Toshifumi Udono 7. The Application of a Human Personality Test to Chimpanzees and Survey of Polymorphism in Genes Relating to Neurotransmitters and Hormones Miho Inoue-Murayama, Emi Hibino, Tetsuro Matsuzawa, Satoshi Hirata, Osamu Takenaka, Ikuo Hayasaka, Shin'ichi Ito, and Yuichi Murayama Part 3 Communication and Mother-Infant Relationship 8. Evolutionary Origins of the Human Mother'"Infant Relationship Tetsuro Matsuzawa 9. Development of Facial Information Processing in Nonhuman Primates Masako Myowa-Yamakoshi 10. Development of Joint Attention in Infant Chimpanzees Sanae Okamoto-Barth and Masaki Tomonaga 11. Food Sharing and Referencing Behavior in Chimpanzee Mother and Infant Ari Ueno 12. Development of Chimpanzee Social Cognition in the First 2 Years of Life Masaki Tomonaga Part 4 Social Cognition: Imitation and Understanding Others 13. Chimpanzee Learning and Transmission of Tool Use to Fish for Honey Satoshi Hirata 14. How and When Do Chimpanzees Acquire the Ability to Imitate? Masako Myowa-Yamakoshi 15. Yawning: An Opening into Empathy? James R. Anderson and Tetsuro Matsuzawa 16. How Social Influences Affect Food Neophobia in Captive Chimpanzees: A Comparative Approach Elsa Addessi and Elisabetta Visalberghi 17. Tactical Deception and Understanding of Others in Chimpanzees Satoshi Hirata Part 5 Conceptual Cognition 18. Early Spontaneous Categorization in Primate Infants'"Chimpanzees, Humans, and Japanese Macaques'"with the Familiarization-Novelty Preference Task Chizuko Murai 19. Processing of Shadow Information in Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) and Human (Homo sapiens) Infants Tomoko Imura, Masaki Tomonaga, and Akihiro Yagi 20. Color Recognition in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) Toyomi Matsuno, Nobuyuki Kawai, and Tetsuro Matsuzawa 21. Auditory-Visual Crossmodal Representations of Species-Specific Vocalizations Akihiro Izumi 22. Spontaneous Categorization of Natural Objects in Chimpanzees Masayuki Tanaka 23. Cognitive Enrichment in Chimpanzees: An Approach of Welfare Entailing an Animal's Entire Resources Naruki Morimura Part 6 Tools and Culture 24. Cognitive Development in Apes and Humans Assessed by Object Manipulation Misato Hayashi, Hideko Takeshita, and Tetsuro Matsuzawa 25. Token Use by Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): Choice, Metatool, and Cost Cludia Sousa and Tetsuro Matsuzawa 26. Behavioral Repertoire of Tool Use in the Wild Chimpanzees at Bossou Gaku Ohashi 27. Ant Dipping in Chimpanzees: An Example of How Microecological Variables, Tool Use, and Culture Reflect the Cognitive Abilities of Chimpanzees Tatyana Humle 28. Ontogeny and Cultural Propagation of Tool Use by Wild Chimpanzees at Bossou, Guinea: Case Studies in Nut Cracking and Leaf Folding Dora Biro, Claudia Sousa, and Tetsuro Matsuzawa Subject Index. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_4431302468

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Tomoko Aoyama

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Item Description: University of Hawai'i Press. Hardback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Reading Food in Modern Japanese Literature, Tomoko Aoyama, Literature, like food, is, in Terry Eagleton's words, "endlessly interpretable," and food, like literature, "looks like an object but is actually a relationship." So how much do we, and should we, read into the way food is represented in literature? "Reading Food" explores this and other questions in an unusual and fascinating tour of twentieth-century Japanese literature. Tomoko Aoyama analyzes a wide range of diverse writings that focus on food, eating, and cooking and considers how factors such as industrialization, urbanization, nationalism, and gender construction have affected people's relationships to food, nature, and culture, and to each other. The examples she offers are taken from novels (shosetsu) and other literary texts and include well known writers (such as Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, Hayashi Fumiko, Okamoto Kanoko, Kaiko Takeshi, and Yoshimoto Banana) as well as those who are less widely known (Murai Gensai, Nagatsuka Takashi, Sumii Sue, and Numa Shozo).Food is everywhere in Japanese literature, and early chapters illustrate historical changes and variations in the treatment of food and eating. Examples are drawn from Meiji literary diaries, children's stories, peasant and proletarian literature, and women's writing before and after World War II. The author then turns to the theme of cannibalism in serious and popular novels. Key issues include ethical questions about survival, colonization, and cultural identity.The quest for gastronomic gratification is a dominant theme in "gourmet novels." Like cannibalism, the gastronomic journey as a literary theme is deeply implicated with cultural identity. The final chapter deals specifically with contemporary novels by women, some of which celebrate the inclusiveness of eating (and writing), while others grapple with the fear of eating. Such dread or disgust can be seen as a warning against what the complacent "gourmet boom" of the 1980s and 1990s concealed: the dangers of a market economy, environmental destruction, and continuing gender biases. Bookseller Inventory # B9780824832858

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Item Description: 2006. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Foreword by Jane Goodall Preface by Tetsuro Matsuzawa Part 1 Introduction to Cognitive Development in Chimpanzees 1. Sociocognitive Development in Chimpanzees: A Synthesis of Laboratory Work and Fieldwork Tetsuro Matsuzawa Part 2 Behavioral and Physical Foundation 2. A New Comparative Perspective on Prenatal Motor Behaviors: Preliminary Research with Four-Dimensional Ultrasonography Hideko Takeshita, Masako Myowa-Yamakoshi, and Satoshi Hirata 3. Cognitive Abilities Before Birth: Learning and Long-Lasting Memory in a Chimpanzee Fetus Nobuyuki Kawai 4. Spindle Neurons in the Anterior Cingulate Cortex of Humans and Great Apes Motoharu Hayashi 5. Descent of the Larynx in Chimpanzees: Mosaic and Multiple-Step Evolution of the Foundations for Human Speech Takeshi Nishimura 6. Understanding the Growth Pattern of Chimpanzees: Does It Conserve the Pattern of the Common Ancestor of Humans and Chimpanzees? Yuzuru Hamada and Toshifumi Udono 7. The Application of a Human Personality Test to Chimpanzees and Survey of Polymorphism in Genes Relating to Neurotransmitters and Hormones Miho Inoue-Murayama, Emi Hibino, Tetsuro Matsuzawa, Satoshi Hirata, Osamu Takenaka, Ikuo Hayasaka, Shin'ichi Ito, and Yuichi Murayama Part 3 Communication and Mother-Infant Relationship 8. Evolutionary Origins of the Human Mother'"Infant Relationship Tetsuro Matsuzawa 9. Development of Facial Information Processing in Nonhuman Primates Masako Myowa-Yamakoshi 10. Development of Joint Attention in Infant Chimpanzees Sanae Okamoto-Barth and Masaki Tomonaga 11. Food Sharing and Referencing Behavior in Chimpanzee Mother and Infant Ari Ueno 12. Development of Chimpanzee Social Cognition in the First 2 Years of Life Masaki Tomonaga Part 4 Social Cognition: Imitation and Understanding Others 13. Chimpanzee Learning and Transmission of Tool Use to Fish for Honey Satoshi Hirata 14. How and When Do Chimpanzees Acquire the Ability to Imitate? Masako Myowa-Yamakoshi 15. Yawning: An Opening into Empathy? James R. Anderson and Tetsuro Matsuzawa 16. How Social Influences Affect Food Neophobia in Captive Chimpanzees: A Comparative Approach Elsa Addessi and Elisabetta Visalberghi 17. Tactical Deception and Understanding of Others in Chimpanzees Satoshi Hirata Part 5 Conceptual Cognition 18. Early Spontaneous Categorization in Primate Infants'"Chimpanzees, Humans, and Japanese Macaques'"with the Familiarization-Novelty Preference Task Chizuko Murai 19. Processing of Shadow Information in Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) and Human (Homo sapiens) Infants Tomoko Imura, Masaki Tomonaga, and Akihiro Yagi 20. Color Recognition in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) Toyomi Matsuno, Nobuyuki Kawai, and Tetsuro Matsuzawa 21. Auditory-Visual Crossmodal Representations of Species-Specific Vocalizations Akihiro Izumi 22. Spontaneous Categorization of Natural Objects in Chimpanzees Masayuki Tanaka 23. Cognitive Enrichment in Chimpanzees: An Approach of Welfare Entailing an Animal's Entire Resources Naruki Morimura Part 6 Tools and Culture 24. Cognitive Development in Apes and Humans Assessed by Object Manipulation Misato Hayashi, Hideko Takeshita, and Tetsuro Matsuzawa 25. Token Use by Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): Choice, Metatool, and Cost Cludia Sousa and Tetsuro Matsuzawa 26. Behavioral Repertoire of Tool Use in the Wild Chimpanzees at Bossou Gaku Ohashi 27. Ant Dipping in Chimpanzees: An Example of How Microecological Variables, Tool Use, and Culture Reflect the Cognitive Abilities of Chimpanzees Tatyana Humle 28. Ontogeny and Cultural Propagation of Tool Use by Wild Chimpanzees at Bossou, Guinea: Case Studies in Nut Cracking and Leaf Folding Dora Biro, Claudia Sousa, and Tetsuro Matsuzawa Subject Index. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_4431302468

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Busse, F. H., C. K. R. T. Jones Y. Kuramoto (Eds.) a. o.:

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Item Description: Amsterdam, Elsevier North Holland, 2000. soft cover. Book Condition: Gut. figs., tabs., pp. 1 - 186, Contents:1. Detecting and evaluating intrinsic nonlinearity present in the mutual dependence between two variables, N. Tanaka, H. Okamoto and M. Naito 2. Exit-times and small epsilon, Greek-entropy for dynamical systems, stochastic processes, and turbulence, M. Abel, L. Biferale, M. Cencini, M. Falcioni, D. Vergni and A. Vulpiani 3. The onset of free convection near the liquid–vapour critical point.: Part II: Unsteady heating, Pierre Carlès 4. Bi-instability and the global role of unstable resonant orbits in a driven laser, Thomas W. Carr, Lora Billings, Ira B. Schwartz and Ioanna Triandaf 5. Nonlinear-dispersive mechanism of the freak wave formation in shallow water, Efim Pelinovsky, Tatiana Talipova and Christian Kharif 6. Asymptotics of reaction–diffusion fronts with one static and one diffusing reactant, Martin Z. Bazant and H. A. Stone 7. Domain wall solutions for EHM model of crystal:: structures with period multiple of four, Sergey V. Dmitriev, Kohji Abe and Takeshi Shigenari 8. Multiple layered solutions of the nonlocal bistable equation, Adam Chmaj and Xiaofeng Ren 9. Dynamics of three-dimensional thin film rupture, Thomas P. Witelski and Andrew J. Bernoff 10. Interferometric observation of the effects of gravity on the horizontal growth of ice crystals in a thin growth cell, Kazushige Nagashima and Yoshinori Furukawa ISBN 01672789 Sprache: en. Bookseller Inventory # 32875

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Item Description: American Chemical Society, 2000. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: PrefaceADVANCES IN CONVENTIONAL AND CONTROLLED RADICAL POLYMERIZATION1. Krzysztof Matyjaszewski: Classification and Comparison of Various Controlled/"Living" Radical Polymerizations2. Takeshi Fukuda and Atsushi Goto: Kinetics of Controlled Radical Polymerization3. Michael Buback: Initiation and Termination Rates of Free-Radical Polymerizations Carried Out Within Extended Ranges of Temperature and Pressure4. Yoshio Okamoto, Kazunobu Yamada, and Tamaki Nakano: Stereochemistry in Radical Polymerization of Vinyl Esters5. Atsushi Kajiwara, Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, and Mikiharu Kamachi: EPR Study of Conventional and Controlled Radical Polymerization6. Michelle L. Coote, Thomas P. Davis, and Leo Radom: Models for Free Radical Copolymerization Kinetics7. Akikazu Matsumoto and Toru Odani: Topochemical Polymerization of 1-Naphthylmethylammonium Muconate and Sorate as the (E,E)-Diene Monomers in the Crystalline StateNITROXIDE MEDIATED POLYMERIZATION8. C. Le Mercier, et al.: Use of Phosphonylated Nitroxides and Alkoxyamines in Controlled/"Living" Radical Polymerization9. Didier Benoit, et al.: Progress Towards a Universal Initiator for Niroxide Mediated "Living" Free Radical Procedures10. M. Lansalot, et al.: Nitroxide-Mediated Controlled Free-Radical Eclusion Polymerization of Styrene11. Markus Klapper, et al.: Triazolinyl Radicals -an Alternative Radical with a New Mechanism in Controlled Radical PolymerizationATOM TRANSFER RADICAL POLYMERIZATION12. Yuzo Kotani, Masami Kamigaito, and Mitsuo Sawamoto: Living Radical Polymerization of Styrene: RuCI2(PPh3)3 and Alkyl Iodide-based Initiating Systems13. David M. Haddleton, et al.: Copper Mediated Living Radical Polymerization Utilising Biological and End Group Modified Poly(ethylene-co-butylene) Macroinitiators14. Gregory Chambard and Bert Klumperman: Atom Transfer Radical (Co)polymeriazation of Styrene and Butyl Acrylate15. Guido Kickelbick, et al.: The Copper Catalyst in Atom Transfer Radical Polymerizations - Structural Observations16. Francois Simal, et al.: Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization of Vinyl Monomers Mediated by Stable Ruthenium-Carbene Complexes17. M. Destarac, B. Boutevin, and Krzystof Matyjaszewski: Polychloraoalkanes as ATRP Initiators. Application to the Synthesis of Block Copolymers from the Combination of Conventional Radical Polymerization and ATRP18. U.S. Schubert, et al.: Controlled Radical Polymerizations Utilizing Preformed Metal Complexes Based on Substituted Bipyridines and Terpyridines19. Wenxin Wang and Deyue Yan: Reverse Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization Using AIBN or BPO as InitiatorOTHER METHODS FOR CONTROLLED RADICAL POLYMERIZATION20. Ezio Rizzardo, et al.: Synthesis of Defined Polymers by Reversible Addition-Fragmentation Chain Transfer (The Raft Process)21. John Chiefari: Preparation of Macromonomers via Chain Transfer - With and Without Added Chain Transfer Agent22. Johan P.A. Heuts, David A. Morrison, and Thomas P. Davis: Endgroup Control in Catlytic Chain Transfer PolymerizationNEW MATERIALS BY CONTROLLED RADICAL POLYMERIZATION23. Sophie Robin and Yves Gnanou: Stars and Star-Block Copolymers of Precise Functionality by Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization24. Scott G. Gaynor and Krzysztof Matyjaszewski: Controlled/"Living" Radical Polymerization: The Next Frontier in Polymer Science25. Sebastian G. Roos, Axel H.E. Muller, and Krzysztof Matyjaszewski: Copolymerization of N-Butyl Acrylate with Methyl Methacrylate and PMMA Macromonomers: Comparison of Reactivity Ratios in Conventional and Atom Transfer Radical Copolymerization26. Bela Ivan and Tamas Fonagy: Quantitative Derivatizations of 1-Choloro-1Phenylethyl Chain End of Polysteyrene Obtained by Quasiliving Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization27. Fu-Mian Li, et al.: Synthesis of Alternating Copolymers of N-Substituted Maleimides with Tyrene via Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization28. S. Brinkmann-Rengel a. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0841237077

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Item Description: American Chemical Society, 2000. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: PrefaceADVANCES IN CONVENTIONAL AND CONTROLLED RADICAL POLYMERIZATION1. Krzysztof Matyjaszewski: Classification and Comparison of Various Controlled/"Living" Radical Polymerizations2. Takeshi Fukuda and Atsushi Goto: Kinetics of Controlled Radical Polymerization3. Michael Buback: Initiation and Termination Rates of Free-Radical Polymerizations Carried Out Within Extended Ranges of Temperature and Pressure4. Yoshio Okamoto, Kazunobu Yamada, and Tamaki Nakano: Stereochemistry in Radical Polymerization of Vinyl Esters5. Atsushi Kajiwara, Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, and Mikiharu Kamachi: EPR Study of Conventional and Controlled Radical Polymerization6. Michelle L. Coote, Thomas P. Davis, and Leo Radom: Models for Free Radical Copolymerization Kinetics7. Akikazu Matsumoto and Toru Odani: Topochemical Polymerization of 1-Naphthylmethylammonium Muconate and Sorate as the (E,E)-Diene Monomers in the Crystalline StateNITROXIDE MEDIATED POLYMERIZATION8. C. Le Mercier, et al.: Use of Phosphonylated Nitroxides and Alkoxyamines in Controlled/"Living" Radical Polymerization9. Didier Benoit, et al.: Progress Towards a Universal Initiator for Niroxide Mediated "Living" Free Radical Procedures10. M. Lansalot, et al.: Nitroxide-Mediated Controlled Free-Radical Eclusion Polymerization of Styrene11. Markus Klapper, et al.: Triazolinyl Radicals -an Alternative Radical with a New Mechanism in Controlled Radical PolymerizationATOM TRANSFER RADICAL POLYMERIZATION12. Yuzo Kotani, Masami Kamigaito, and Mitsuo Sawamoto: Living Radical Polymerization of Styrene: RuCI2(PPh3)3 and Alkyl Iodide-based Initiating Systems13. David M. Haddleton, et al.: Copper Mediated Living Radical Polymerization Utilising Biological and End Group Modified Poly(ethylene-co-butylene) Macroinitiators14. Gregory Chambard and Bert Klumperman: Atom Transfer Radical (Co)polymeriazation of Styrene and Butyl Acrylate15. Guido Kickelbick, et al.: The Copper Catalyst in Atom Transfer Radical Polymerizations - Structural Observations16. Francois Simal, et al.: Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization of Vinyl Monomers Mediated by Stable Ruthenium-Carbene Complexes17. M. Destarac, B. Boutevin, and Krzystof Matyjaszewski: Polychloraoalkanes as ATRP Initiators. Application to the Synthesis of Block Copolymers from the Combination of Conventional Radical Polymerization and ATRP18. U.S. Schubert, et al.: Controlled Radical Polymerizations Utilizing Preformed Metal Complexes Based on Substituted Bipyridines and Terpyridines19. Wenxin Wang and Deyue Yan: Reverse Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization Using AIBN or BPO as InitiatorOTHER METHODS FOR CONTROLLED RADICAL POLYMERIZATION20. Ezio Rizzardo, et al.: Synthesis of Defined Polymers by Reversible Addition-Fragmentation Chain Transfer (The Raft Process)21. John Chiefari: Preparation of Macromonomers via Chain Transfer - With and Without Added Chain Transfer Agent22. Johan P.A. Heuts, David A. Morrison, and Thomas P. Davis: Endgroup Control in Catlytic Chain Transfer PolymerizationNEW MATERIALS BY CONTROLLED RADICAL POLYMERIZATION23. Sophie Robin and Yves Gnanou: Stars and Star-Block Copolymers of Precise Functionality by Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization24. Scott G. Gaynor and Krzysztof Matyjaszewski: Controlled/"Living" Radical Polymerization: The Next Frontier in Polymer Science25. Sebastian G. Roos, Axel H.E. Muller, and Krzysztof Matyjaszewski: Copolymerization of N-Butyl Acrylate with Methyl Methacrylate and PMMA Macromonomers: Comparison of Reactivity Ratios in Conventional and Atom Transfer Radical Copolymerization26. Bela Ivan and Tamas Fonagy: Quantitative Derivatizations of 1-Choloro-1Phenylethyl Chain End of Polysteyrene Obtained by Quasiliving Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization27. Fu-Mian Li, et al.: Synthesis of Alternating Copolymers of N-Substituted Maleimides with Tyrene via Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization28. S. Brinkmann-Rengel and N. Niessner: Contr. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0841237077

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Item Description: John Wiley and Sons Ltd, United Kingdom, 1999. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 236 x 159 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. Amorphous Silicon Kazunobu Tanaka National Institute for Advanced Interdisciplinary Research, Ibaraki, Japan Eiichi Maruyama Hitachi Ltd, Ibaraki, Japan Toshikazu Shimada Hitachi Ltd, Ibaraki, Japan Hiroaki Okamoto Osaka University, Osaka, Japan Translated by Takeshi Sato, National Institute for Advanced Interdisciplinary Research, Ibaraki, Japan Amorphous silicon has substantially different properties as compared to crystalline silicon. It has therefore become recognized as a fascinating and important material in its own right, with many interesting facets that lead to a range of novel and still developing applications. Amorphous Silicon introduces the reader to this field by first discussing what is meant by the amorphous state. It details the way in which amorphous silicon is prepared, and the growth mechanism. The main structural, optical and electronic properties are then covered in detail, and there is a full chapter on the structural stability of the material, including photoinduced effects. Finally, a number of the most exciting applications of amorphous silicon are presented, including its use in solar cells, photo-sensors and liquid crystal displays. Amorphous Silicon will be of great interest to all those working in solid state physics or chemistry, materials science and electronic engineering, from postgraduate students to more experienced workers in these fields. Bookseller Inventory # AAH9780471982937

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Item Description: John Wiley and Sons Ltd, United Kingdom, 1999. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 236 x 159 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. Amorphous Silicon Kazunobu Tanaka National Institute for Advanced Interdisciplinary Research, Ibaraki, Japan Eiichi Maruyama Hitachi Ltd, Ibaraki, Japan Toshikazu Shimada Hitachi Ltd, Ibaraki, Japan Hiroaki Okamoto Osaka University, Osaka, Japan Translated by Takeshi Sato, National Institute for Advanced Interdisciplinary Research, Ibaraki, Japan Amorphous silicon has substantially different properties as compared to crystalline silicon. It has therefore become recognized as a fascinating and important material in its own right, with many interesting facets that lead to a range of novel and still developing applications. Amorphous Silicon introduces the reader to this field by first discussing what is meant by the amorphous state. It details the way in which amorphous silicon is prepared, and the growth mechanism. The main structural, optical and electronic properties are then covered in detail, and there is a full chapter on the structural stability of the material, including photoinduced effects. Finally, a number of the most exciting applications of amorphous silicon are presented, including its use in solar cells, photo-sensors and liquid crystal displays. Amorphous Silicon will be of great interest to all those working in solid state physics or chemistry, materials science and electronic engineering, from postgraduate students to more experienced workers in these fields. Bookseller Inventory # AAH9780471982937

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