Clarence Ray Carpenter
Date of Birth  :
1905 - March 1, 1975
Place of Birth  :
Lincoln County, North Carolina
Country  :
United States
Field of Expertise  :
Educational background  :

Bachelor of Arts from Duke University.
Masters Degree from Duke University. Ph.D in Anthropology from Stranford University in 1932.

Acheivements / Contributions  :

  • Clarence Ray Carpenter made many contributions to the study of animal behavior as well as the development of many anthropology departments in schools all over the nation.
  • He noted that human behavior is similar to animal behavior, and that the two should be studied simultaneously.
  • Carpenter received numerous honors and awards including The National Science Research Fellowship Award
He was a member of the Primatology Committee of the National Academy of Sciences and served during the academic year of 1965-1966 as the President of the Association for Higher Education.
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Bibliography  :
Behavioral Regulators of Behavior in Primates.<br /> Strategies of learning and learning resources