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5-Aug-2010Able-bodied wild chimpanzees imitate a motor procedure used by a disabled individual to overcome handicapHobaiter, Catherine; Byrne, Richard WilliamJournal article
21-Oct-2013African elephants can use human pointing cues to find hidden foodSmet, Ann Farai; Byrne, Richard WilliamJournal article
2009Elephant cognition in primate perspectiveByrne, Richard William; Bates, Lucy; Moss, C JJournal article
Jul-2013Evolutionary origins of human handedness : evaluating contrasting hypothesesCochet, Hélène; Byrne, Richard WilliamJournal article
May-2009Gestural communication of the gorilla (Gorilla gorilla) : repertoire, intentionality, and possible originsGenty, Emilie Juliette Pauline; Breuer, Thomas; Hobaiter, Catherine Louise; Byrne, Richard WilliamJournal article
2012Gesture use in consortship : wild chimpanzees’ use of gesture for an ‘evolutionarily urgent’ purposeHobaiter, Catherine Louise; Byrne, Richard WilliamBook item
2013Laterality in the gestural communication of wild chimpanzeesHobaiter, Cat; Byrne, Richard WilliamJournal article
2014The meanings of chimpanzee gesturesHobaiter, Cat; Byrne, Richard WilliamJournal article
Apr-2010Why do African elephants (Loxodonta africana) simulate oestrus? : An analysis of longitudinal dataBates, Lucy; Handford, R; Lee, P C; Njiraini, N; Poole, J H; Sayialel, K; Sayialel, S; Moss, C J; Byrne, Richard WilliamJournal article
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