Masao Kawai

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Masao Kawai (河合 雅雄 Kawai Masao?, born January 2, 1924) is a Japanese primatologist, who forwarded the concept of kyokan[1] as a means of studying primates in his book Life of Japanese Monkeys (1969).

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  1. ^ Institute of American Indian Arts Course.Retrieved on 2010-12-28.

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