Recent Research Publication
- Ebersole, Jeffrey L., et al. "Periodontal disease susceptible matrilines in the Cayo Santiago Macaca mulatta macaques." Journal of periodontal research 54.2 (2019): 134-142.
- Benderlioglu, Zeynep, and Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg. "Is There a Link Between Matriline Dominance Rank and Linear Enamel Hypoplasia? An Assessment of Defect Prevalence and Count in Cayo Santiago Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)." International Journal of Primatology 40.2 (2019): 263-275.
- Larson, Sam M., et al. "Dynamic social networks in the wake of environmental disaster: Hurricane Maria and the Cayo Santiago macaques." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. Vol. 168. 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA: WILEY, 2019.
- Lee, D. Susie, Angelina V. Ruiz-Lambides, and James P. Higham. "Higher offspring mortality with short interbirth intervals in free-ranging rhesus macaques." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116.13 (2019): 6057-6062.
- O'Hearn, W. "Direct and generalized reciprocity in the cooperative exchanges of free living Rhesus macaques on Cayo Santiago." (2019).
- Kohn, Luci Ann P., and Gabriele R. Lubach. "Postcranial Skeletal Differences in Free‐Range and Captive‐Born Primates." The Anatomical Record 302.5 (2019): 761-774.
- Rosenfield, Kevin A., et al. "Experimental evidence that female rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) perceive variation in male facial masculinity." Royal Society open science 6.1 (2019): 181415.
- Bethell, Emily J., et al. "Toward a Standardized Test of Fearful Temperament in Primates: A Sensitive Alternative to the Human Intruder Task for Laboratory-Housed Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)." Frontiers in psychology 10 (2019): 1051.
- Dunayer, Erica S., et al. "Time matching between grooming partners: Do methodological distinctions between short versus long‐term reciprocation matter?." American journal of primatology 81.4 (2019): e22968.
- Horschler, Daniel J., Laurie R. Santos, and Evan L. MacLean. "Do non-human primates really represent others’ ignorance? A test of the awareness relations hypothesis." Cognition 190 (2019): 72-80.
- Bettle, Rosemary, and Alexandra G. Rosati. "Flexible gaze-following in rhesus monkeys." Animal cognition (2019): 1-14.
- De Petrillo, Francesca, and Alexandra G. Rosati. "Rhesus macaques use probabilities to predict future events." Evolution and Human Behavior (2019).
- Larson, Sam. "The Affiliative Social Relations Of Free-Ranging Rhesus Macaques In The Context Of Instability." (2019).
- Ebersole, Jeffrey L., et al. "Comparative analysis of expression of microbial sensing molecules in mucosal tissues with periodontal disease." Immunobiology 224.2 (2019): 196-206.
- Which male and female characteristics influence the probability of extragroup paternities in rhesus macaques, Macaca mulatta?
- Alpha male status and availability of conceptive females are associated with high glucocorticoid concentrations in high-ranking male rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) during the mating season
- Chemical composition of axillary odorants reflects social and individual attributes in rhesus macaques
- Human behavioural discrimination of human, chimpanzee and macaque affective vocalisations is reflected by the neural response in the superior temporal sulcus
- The influence of phylogeny, social style, and sociodemographic factors on macaque social network structure
- Gene expression analysis of neuropeptides in oral mucosa during periodontal disease in nonhuman primates
- The Ontogeny of Sexual Maturation: Factors Affecting the Development of Sexual Signal Production, Perception, and Behavior in Adolescent Female Rhesus Macaq
- Alpha male status and availability of conceptive females are associated with high glucocorticoid concentrations in high-ranking male rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) during the mating season.
- Grooming interchange for resource tolerance: biological markets principles within a group of free-ranging rhesus macaques
- Persistent social isolation reflects identity and social context but not maternal effects or early environment
- Experimental evidence that female rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) perceive variation in male facial masculinity
- Experimental evidence that primate trichromacy is well suited for detecting primate social colour signals