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Dr. Elizabeth V. Lonsdorf

Department of Psychology

Franklin & Marshall College

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Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603

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Jane Goodall Institute

Director of Field Conservation

Lincoln Park Zoo


Faculty Member of the Committee On Evolutionary Biology
University of Chicago

Executive Committee

American Zoo and Aquarium Association

Member of Field Conservation Committee



Jane Goodall Institute


University of Minnesota


biology and psychology


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Goualougo Triangle Ape Project | Collaborators [cached]

Elizabeth Lonsdorf, Director, Assistant Professor, Franklin and Marshall College

We are collaborating with Dr. Lonsdorf to establish a database for our long-term demographic and observation data on wild chimpanzees, which will be modeled after the Gombe database.

Lester E. Fisher Center | Conserving Apes | Lincoln Park Zoo [cached]

Elizabeth Lonsdorf, Ph.D., is an adjunct scientist in the zoo's Lester E. Fisher Center for the Study and Conservation of Apes.

Elizabeth Lonsdorf, Ph.D. Adjunct Scientist Professor of Psychology, Franklin and Marshall College

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Graduate student Matthew Heintz, who studies under Elizabeth Lonsdorf, Ph.D., a professor in the Department of Psychology at Franklin and Marshall College, is leading the effort in Gombe Stream National Park.

Elizabeth Lonsdorf, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Psychology, Franklin and Marshall College
Elizabeth Lonsdorf, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Psychology, Franklin and Marshall College
This project, led by Elizabeth Lonsdorf, Ph.D., Dominic Travis, D.V.M., and Rachel Santymire, Ph.D., will provide a clear benchmark for weighing the health of chimpanzees throughout Gombe Stream National Park.
Elizabeth Lonsdorf, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Psychology, Franklin and Marshall College

Seven experts on chimpanzee behavior, led ... [cached]

Seven experts on chimpanzee behavior, led by Elizabeth V. Lonsdorf of Franklin and Marshall College and including the world-famous primatologist Jane Goodall, have published a paper in Animal Behaviour that speaks, they say, to these issues.

This process was enhanced by corresponding, earlier this week, with Elizabeth Lonsdorf, whom I wish to thank here.
It's important to note, then, that Lonsdorf and her team are not arguing that human kids' sex differences should exactly mirror the patterns they found among chimpanzees. The researchers do, though, use their data, along with sex-specific data from some other primate species, to assert a role for non-cultural mechanisms in human development:
While gender socialization in humans may play a role in magnifying the differences between young males and females, these behavioral sex differences are fundamentally rooted in our biological and evolutionary heritage.
After thinking about all this some more, I emailed Lonsdorf again and asked if she would, based on the non-human primate data, predict that boys (human boys) would be more gregarious cross-culturally.

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Elizabeth Lonsdorf

Elizabeth Lonsdorf National Geographic Emerging Explorer Elizabeth Lonsdorf began researching primates as an undergraduate student at Duke University. Later, while completing a Ph.D. at the Jane Goodall Institute's Center for Primate Studies at the University of Minnesota, she spent several months each year studying wild chimpanzee's at Tanzania's Gombe Stream National Park. She returns annually to Gombe to maintain a research program focused on chimpanzee health and infant development. In addition to serving on the faculty of Franklin & Marshall College, Elizabeth is the Vice President for Education and Outreach for the International Primatological Society.
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