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010    00105737 
020    0345408934|q(paperback) 
020    9780345408938|q(paperback) 
035    (OCoLC)45167565 
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050  4 HQ759|b.H784 2000 
082 00 306.874/3|221 
100 1  Hrdy, Sarah Blaffer,|d1946- 
245 10 Mother nature :|bmaternal instincts and how they shape the
       human species /|cSarah Blaffer Hrdy 
250    1st Ballantine books ed 
260    New York :|bBallantine Books,|c2000 
300    xix, 723 pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates :
       |billustrations (some color) ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 603-690) and 
       index 
505 0  Motherhood as a minefield -- A new view of mothers -- 
       Underlying mysteries of development -- Unimaginable 
       variation -- The variable environments of evolutionary 
       relevance -- The Milky Way -- From here to maternity -- 
       Family planning primate-style -- Three men and a baby -- 
       The optimal number of fathers -- Who cared? -- Unnatural 
       mothers -- Daughters or sons? It all depends -- Old 
       tradeoffs, new contexts -- Born to attach -- Meeting the 
       eyes of love -- "Secure from what?" or "Secure from whom?"
       -- Empowering the embryo -- Why be adorable? -- How to be 
       "an infant worth rearing" -- A matter of fat -- Of human 
       bondage -- Alternate paths of development -- Devising 
       better lullabies 
520 1  "Mother Nature presents a radical new way of understanding
       how mothers act and why, and how this new understanding is
       changing the way scientists think about how evolution 
       works." "Drawing on anthropology, history, literature, 
       developmental psychology, and animal behavior, Sarah Hrdy 
       examines the distinct biological and genetic elements that
       constitute maternal instinct. She strips away the biases 
       implicit in conventional stereotypes of female nature to 
       give us very different and provocative perspectives on 
       maternal ambivalence, the links between maternity and 
       ambition, mother love and sexual love, and she explains 
       why age-old tensions between the sexes persist and are 
       being played out today in efforts to control women's 
       reproductive choices."--Jacket 
650  0 Mother and child 
650  0 Motherhood|xPsychological aspects 
650  0 Natural selection 
650  0 Parental behavior in animals 
650  0 Working mothers 
776 08 |iOnline version:|aHrdy, Sarah Blaffer, 1946-|tMother 
       nature.|b1st Ballantine Books ed.|dNew York : Ballantine 
       Books, 2000|w(OCoLC)654148720 
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