BA, MA Anthropology, Ohio State Univ, Columbus PhD, Univ of California, Riverside after several shorter positions, have been in Dept of Anthropology at Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY since 1986
Areas of Research
South African transformation issues, Primate behavior, Evolutionary theory
Anderson, Connie M. 1981 Intertroop relations in chacma baboons (Papio ursinus)> International Journal of Primatology 2:285-310.
Anderson, Connie M. 1981 Subtrooping in a chacma baboon (Papio ursinus) population. Primates 22:445-458.
Anderson, Connie M. 1982 Baboons below the Tropic of Capricorn. Journal of human evolution 11:205-217.
Anderson, Connie M. 1983 Levels of social organization and male-female bonding in the genus Papio. American journal of physical anthropology 60:15-22.
Anderson, Connie M. 1986 Female age, male preference and reproductive success in primates. International journal of primatology 7:305-326.
Anderson, Connie M. 1987 Female transfer in baboons. American journal of physical anthropology 73:241-250.
Anderson, Connie M. 1989 Neanderthal pelves and gestation length. American Anthropologist 91:327-340.
Anderson, Connie M. 1989 The spread of exclusive mating in a chacma baboon population. American journal of physical andthropology 78:355-360.
Anderson, Connie M. 1990 Desert, mountain and savanna baboons. In: Milton Thiago de Mello, ed. Baboons. Brasilia: Federal University of Brasilia Press, pp. 89-103.
Anderson, Connie M. and Craig F. Bielert 1990 Adult-immature sexual interactions in non-human primates. In: Jay Feierman, ed. Adult human sexual behavior with children and adolescents. Berling: Springer Verlag, pp. 178-200.