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Journal of Neuroscience Research, ISSN 0360-4012, 01/2017, Volume 95, Issue 1-2, pp. 213 - 221
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American Journal of Primatology, ISSN 0275-2565, 01/2018, Volume 80, Issue 1, pp. e22717 - n/a
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American Journal of Primatology, ISSN 0275-2565, 07/2019, Volume 81, Issue 6, pp. e22998 - n/a
In primates, faces provide information about several characteristics of social significance, including age, physical health, and biological sex. However,... 
visual attention | face preferences | Sapajus [Cebus] apella | capuchin | eye tracking | MENSTRUAL-CYCLE | BEHAVIOR | FACE RECOGNITION | VISUAL-DISCRIMINATION | PRIMATES | FEMALE | ZOOLOGY | INFANTS | FACIAL SHAPE | NEW-WORLD MONKEYS | CHIMPANZEES | Sex | Attention | Images | Mate selection | Monkeys | Conspecifics | Pattern recognition | Males | Monkeys & apes | Visual perception | Demographics | Hypotheses | Sexes | Information processing | Primates | Photographs | Females | Face
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Journal of Comparative Psychology, ISSN 0735-7036, 05/2018, Volume 132, Issue 2, pp. 210 - 219
The ability to learn socially is of critical importance across a wide variety of species, as it allows knowledge to be passed quickly among individuals without... 
Capuchins | Social learning | nonhuman primates | Eye tracking | Memory | NONHUMAN-PRIMATES | SQUIRREL-MONKEYS | memory | ACTION PREDICTIONS | FACE RECOGNITION | HUMANS | capuchins | CEBUS-APELLA | PSYCHOLOGY | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | ZOOLOGY | STIMULUS ENHANCEMENT | eye tracking | RECOGNITION-MEMORY | social learning | GREAT APES | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | RHESUS MACAQUES
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The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, ISSN 0001-4966, 03/2018, Volume 143, Issue 3, pp. 1898 - 1898
In many species, females produce vocalizations during or soon after mating. In chimpanzees, these calls accompany only some matings while visual signals of... 
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Animal Behaviour, ISSN 0003-3472, 2005, Volume 70, Issue 3, pp. 673 - 683
By the age of 5.5 years, all of the young chimpanzees of Gombe National Park have acquired a skill known as ‘termite fishing’. Termite fishing involves... 
ANIMALS | IMITATION | TOOL USE | ZOOLOGY | FRUIT | BEHAVIOR | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | CHILDREN HOMO-SAPIENS | Animal feeding behavior | Genetic aspects | Research | Chimpanzees | Food and nutrition | Ecology | National parks and reserves | Fishing | Animal behavior
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Animal Behaviour, ISSN 0003-3472, 02/2015, Volume 100, p. 192
  For many long-lived mammalian species, extended maternal investment has a profound effect on offspring integration in complex social environments. One... 
Animal behavior | Behavioral biology | Monkeys & apes
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American Journal of Primatology, ISSN 0275-2565, 01/2018, Volume 80, Issue 1, p. e22525
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Journal of Neuroscience Research, ISSN 0360-4012, 01/2017, Volume 95, Issue 1-2, pp. 213 - 221
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American Journal of Primatology, ISSN 0275-2565, 01/2018, Volume 80, Issue 1, p. e22572
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, ISSN 0027-8424, 11/2014, Volume 111, Issue 46, pp. 16431 - 16431
Humans are ecosystems containing trillions of microorganisms, but the evolutionary history of this microbiome is obscured by a lack of knowledge about... 
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, ISSN 0027-8424, 12/2014, Volume 111, Issue 51, pp. 18189 - 18189
In many mammals, early social experience is critical to developing species-appropriate adult behaviors. Although mother-infant interactions play an undeniably... 
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