Dario Maestripieri is a Professor at The University of Chicago, where he
    teaches and conducts research on the biological bases of social behavior
    in human and nonhuman primates.

    In addition to his scientific research, Dario Maestripieri writes articles and books
    for a broader audience.

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      Games Primates Play
      An Undercover Investigation of the Evolution
      and Economics of Human Relationships
      by Dario Maestripieri
      Basic Books, 2012

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 Watch Dario Maestripieri talk about Games Primates Play on WTTW Chicago Tonight
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 Watch Dario Maestripieri give a lecture about Games Primates Play at Authors@Google
 Watch Dario Maestripieri give a lecture about GPP at the London Royal Society for the Arts
 Listen to Dario Maestripieri talk about Games Primates Play on the WBEZ radio show Clever Apes




             Improbable antics:                 Primate behavior and misbehavior               Macachiavellian Intelligence:
            Notes by a gorilla guru                   in Michael Crichton's Congo                  How rhesus macaques and  
             by Dario Maestripieri                         by Dario Maestripieri                         humans have conquered the
            In: King Kong is Back!              In: The Science of Michael Crichton                         the world               
               Edited by David Brin                      Edited by Kevin Grazier                           by Dario Maestripieri
             BenBella Books, 2005                     BenBella Books, 2008                    University of Chicago Press, 2007      
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Wired Science: Why the elevator floor is so interesting
The University of Chicago Magazine: Bobo Soprano: How monkeys, the Mafia, Italian academia - and,
   increasingly, American society - illustrate the biological impulse and social peril of nepotism
Psychology Today: Strangers need not apply
Chicago Reader: This week's Culture Vultures recommend: Milan Kundera's The Farewell Party
Wired UK: Honk if you believe in moralistic aggression
CNN Light Years: What Obama's and Romney's hands can tell us about the future of our country
Royal Society for the Arts Journal: The origins of power