Ecology of Animal Societies Publications

Publications of Brendan J. Barrett

Journal Article (9)

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Chimento, M.; Barrett, B. J.; Kandler, A.; Aplin, L. M.: Cultural diffusion dynamics depend on behavioural production rules. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 289 (1980), 20221001 (2022)
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Monteza-Moreno, C. M.; Dogandzic, T.; McLean, K. A.; Castillo-Caballero, P. L.; Mijango-Ramos, Z.; Del Rosario-Vargas, E.; Crofoot, M. C.; Barrett, B. J.: White-Faced Capuchin, Cebus capucinus imitator, hammerstone and anvil tool use in riparian habitats on Coiba Island, Panama. International Journal of Primatology 41 (3), pp. 429 - 433 (2020)
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Barrett, B. J.; Zepeda, E.; Pollack, L.; Munson, A.; Sih, A.: Counter-Culture: Does social learning help or hinder adaptive response to human-induced rapid environmental change? Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 183 (2019)
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Greggor, A. L.; Trimmer, P. C.; Barrett, B. J.; Sih, A.: Challenges of learning to escape evolutionary traps. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 408 (2019)
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Städele, V.; Roberts, E. R.; Barrett, B. J.; Strum, S. C.; Vigilant, L.; Silk, J. B.: Male–female relationships in olive baboons (Papio anubis): Parenting or mating effort? Journal of Human Evolution 127, pp. 81 - 92 (2019)
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Trimmer, P. C.; Barrett, B. J.; McElreath, R.; Sih, A.: Rapid environmental change in games: Complications and counter-intuitive outcomes. Scientific Reports 9, 7373 (2019)
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Barrett, B. J.; Monteza-Moreno, C. M.; Dogandzic, T.; Zwyns, N.; Ibanez, A.; Crofoot, M. C.: Habitual stone-tool-aided extractive foraging in white-faced capuchins, Cebus capucinus. Royal Society Open Science 5 (8), 181002 (2018)
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Clarke, P. M. R.; McElreath, M. B.; Barrett, B. J.; Mabry, K. E.; McElreath, R.: The evolution of bequeathal in stable habitats. Ecology and Evolution 8 (21), pp. 10594 - 10607 (2018)
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Perry, S. E.; Barrett, B. J.; Godoy, I.: Older, sociable capuchins (Cebus capucinus) invent more social behaviors, but younger monkeys innovate more in other contexts. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114 (30), pp. 7806 - 7813 (2017)
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