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Formerly I worked on a variety of topics in bird behaviour but then turned to non-human primates, especially rhesus monkeys. This centred on the dynamics of the mother/infant relationship. Then I spent some years on the relations between the mother/infant relationships of 4-year olds and their behaviour in pre-school. Since retirement I have been applying what I learned in biology and psychology to the nature of warfare and of religion.
- Hinde, R. and Rotblat, J. (2003) War no more: eliminating conflict in the nuclear age. London: Pluto Press.
- Hinde, R.A. (2002). Why good is good. London: Routledge.
- Hinde, R.A. (1999). Why gods persist: a scientific approach to religion. London: Routledge.
- Hinde, R.A. (1997). Relationships: a dialectical perspective. Hove, UK: Psychology Press.
- Hinde, R.A. (1997). War: some psychological causes and consequences. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 22, 229-245.
- Hinde, R.A. (1991). A biologist looks at anthropology. Man (now Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute), 26, 583-608.