SOURCE: Bohlsen Group
Heather Wandell releases study on similarity of human and primate behavior
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) October 12, 2012
Monkeys and humans are more alike than you might think. In fact, some primates, such as the rhesus macaque monkey, share a sequenced genome that is 93 percent the same as humans.
Having observed thousands of hours of primate social behavior and human workplace conduct, author Heather Wandell agrees that there is a connection. From her years working at Frisky’s Wildlife and Primate Sanctuary in Woodstock, Maryland, Wandell explores this theory in her latest book, “Monkey Business: 37 Better Business Practices Learned Through Monkeys.”
Wandell believes that by observing the behaviors of primates, both human and nonhuman, we can learn new practices and habits that will enhance our human relationships.
““Monkey Business: 37 Better Business Practices Learned Through Monkeys” invites us to notice our social interactions, the way we treat each other and how we resolve conflict and offers another way to look at situations that may reduce suffering in our relationships,” Wandell says.
37 Better Business Practices Learned Through Monkeys
By Heather Wandell
Available at: Amazon, Barnes and Noble and iUniverse.
About the author:
Wandell earned a master’s degree in applied healing arts from the Tai Sophia Institute in Laurel, Maryland, and serves on the Frisky’s Wildlife and Primate Sanctuary board of directors. Wandell and her husband, Bob, live between Ellicott City, Maryland, and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. They have two grown children, Morgan and Brad.
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