From the reviews:
“This volume offers an interdisciplinary perspective on coordination of group-level behavior in humans and nonhuman primates, combination theory, methods, and empirical results from both psychology and primatology. … this remains a collection of useful and thoughtful papers from a wide array of perspectives that can potentially advance our knowledge and inform research in several disciplines. It should be of interest to psychologists, anthropologists, sociologists, zoologists, and primatologists, as well as any behavioral scientist interested in the relationship between individual and group behavior.” (Larissa Swedell, The Quarterly Review of Biology, Vol. 87 (3), September, 2012)
Coordination in Human and Primate Groups presents one of the first collections of the different approaches and methods used to assess coordination processes in groups. Written by psychologists and primatologists, the book represents a broad range of coordination research fields such as social psychology, work and organizational psychology, medicine, primatology, and behavioural ecology. It is designed for researchers and practitioners interested in understanding the behavioural aspects of group coordination.