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  • Blinded by beauty: attractiveness bias and accurate perceptions of academic performance 

    Talamas, Sean; Mavor, Kenneth Ian; Perrett, David Ian (2016-02-17) - Journal article
    Despite the old adage not to ‘judge a book by its cover’, facial cues often guide first impressions and these first impressions guide our decisions. Literature suggests there are valid facial cues that assist us in assessing ...
  • Bonobos (Pan paniscus) vocally protest against violations of social expectations 

    Clay, Susanna Elizabeth Valerie; Ravaux, Lucie; de Waal, Frans B. M.; Zuberbuhler, Klaus (2016-02) - Journal article
    Research has shown that great apes possess certain expectations about social regularities and both perceive and act according to social rules within their group. During natural and experimentally induced contexts, such as ...
  • Bonobos modify communication signals according to recipient familiarity 

    Genty, Emilie; Neumann, Christof; Zuberbuehler, Klaus (2015-11-10) - Journal article
    Human and nonhuman primate communication differs in various ways. In particular, humans base communicative efforts on mutual knowledge and conventions shared between interlocutors. In this study, we experimentally tested ...
  • Book Review - Delete: The virtue of forgetting in the digital age 

    O'Connor, Akira Robert (2012-10) - Journal item
  • “Boys should have the courage to ask a girl out” : gender norms in early adolescent romantic relationships 

    De Meyer, Sara; Kågesten, Anna; Mmari, Kristin; McEachran, Juliet; Chilet-Rosell, Elisa; Kabiru, Caroline W.; Maina, Beatrice; Jerves, Elena M.; Currie, Candace; Michielsen, Kristien (2017-10) - Journal article
    Purpose: The purpose of the study is to explore how gender norms emerge in romantic relationships among early adolescents (EAs) living in five poor urban areas. Methods:  Data were collected as part of the Global Early ...
  • Building intentional action knowledge with one’s hands 

    Gerson, Sarah; Woodward, Amanda (Oxford University Press, 2009-11-25) - Book item
  • Building trust in a postconflict society : an integrative model of cross-group friendship and intergroup emotions 

    Kenworthy, Jared Bowden; Voci, Alberto; Al Ramiah, Anathi; Tausch, Nicole; Hughes, Joanne; Hewstone, Miles (2016-09) - Journal article
    Across one longitudinal and two cross-sectional surveys in Northern Ireland, we tested a model of intergroup relations in which out-group attitudes and behavioral tendencies are predicted by cross-group friendship and ...
  • Changes in women's facial skin color over the ovulatory cycle are not detectable by the human visual system 

    Burriss, Robert P.; Troscianko, Jolyon; Lovell, P. George; Fulford, Anthony J. C.; Stevens, Martin; Quigley, Rachael; Payne, Jenny; Saxton, Tamsin K.; Rowland, Hannah M. (2015-07-02) - Journal article
    Human ovulation is not advertised, as it is in several primate species, by conspicuous sexual swellings. However, there is increasing evidence that the attractiveness of women's body odor, voice, and facial appearance peak ...
  • Characterizing Visual Attention during Driving and Non-driving Hazard Perception Tasks 

    MacKenzie, Andrew Kerr; Harris, Julie (ACM siggraph, 2014-03-26) - Conference item
    Research into driving skill, particularly of hazard perception, often involves studies where participants either view pictures of driving scenarios or use movie viewing paradigms. However oculomotor strategies tend to ...
  • Children draw more affiliative pictures following priming with third-party ostracism 

    Song, Ruiting; Over, Harriet; Carpenter, Malinda (2015-06) - Journal article
    Humans have a strong need to belong. Thus, when signs of ostracism are detected, adults often feel motivated to affiliate with others in order to re-establish their social connections. This study investigated the importance ...
  • Children infer affiliative and status relations from watching others imitate 

    Over, Harriet; Carpenter, Malinda (2015-11) - Journal article
    We investigated whether young children are able to infer affiliative relations and relative status from observing others’ imitative interactions. Children watched videos showing one individual imitating another and were ...
  • Chimpanzee accumulative stone throwing 

    Kühl, Hjalmar S.; Kalan, Ammie K.; Arandjelovic, Mimi; Aubert, Floris; D’Auvergne, Lucy; Goedmakers, Annemarie; Jones, Sorrel; Kehoe, Laura; Regnaut, Sebastien; Tickle, Alexander; Ton, Els; van Schijndel, Joost; Abwe, Ekwoge E.; Angedakin, Samuel; Agbor, Anthony; Ayimisin, Emmanuel Ayuk; Bailey, Emma; Bessone, Mattia; Bonnet, Matthieu; Brazolla, Gregory; Buh, Valentine Ebua; Chancellor, Rebecca; Cipoletta, Chloe; Cohen, Heather; Corogenes, Katherine; Coupland, Charlotte; Curran, Bryan; Deschner, Tobias; Dierks, Karsten; Dieguez, Paula; Dilambaka, Emmanuel; Diotoh, Orume; Dowd, Dervla; Dunn, Andrew; Eshuis, Henk; Fernandez, Rumen; Ginath, Yisa; Hart, John; Hedwig, Daniela; Ter Heegde, Martijn; Hicks, Thurston Cleveland; Imong, Inaoyom; Jeffery, Kathryn J.; Junker, Jessica; Kadam, Parag; Kambi, Mohamed; Kienast, Ivonne; Kujirakwinja, Deo; Langergraber, Kevin; Lapeyre, Vincent; Lapuente, Juan; Lee, Kevin; Leinert, Vera; Meier, Amelia; Maretti, Giovanna; Marrocoli, Sergio; Mbi, Tanyi Julius; Mihindou, Vianet; Moebius, Yasmin; Morgan, David; Morgan, Bethan; Mulindahabi, Felix; Murai, Mizuki; Niyigabae, Protais; Normand, Emma; Ntare, Nicolas; Ormsby, Lucy Jayne; Piel, Alex; Pruetz, Jill; Rundus, Aaron; Sanz, Crickette; Sommer, Volker; Stewart, Fiona; Tagg, Nikki; Vanleeuwe, Hilde; Vergnes, Virginie; Willie, Jacob; Wittig, Roman Martin; Zuberbuehler, Klaus; Boesch, Christophe (2016-02-29) - Journal article
    The study of the archaeological remains of fossil hominins must rely on reconstructions to elucidate the behaviour that may have resulted in particular stone tools and their accumulation. Comparatively, stone tool use among ...
  • Chimpanzee lip-smacking facilitates cooperative behaviour 

    Fedurek, Pawel; Slocombe, Katie; Hartel, Jessica A.; Zuberbuehler, Klaus (2015-08-21) - Journal article
    Signalling plays an important role in facilitating and maintaining affiliative or cooperative interactions in social animals. Social grooming in primates is an example of an interaction that requires coordination between ...
  • Chimpanzees communicate to two different audiences during aggressive interactions 

    Fedurek, Pawel; Slocombe, Katie E.; Zuberbuehler, Klaus (2015-12) - Journal article
    Conflict and aggressive interactions are common phenomena in group-living animals and vocal behaviour often plays an important role in determining their outcomes. In some species, vocal signals seem to provide bystanders ...
  • Chimpanzees coordinate in a snowdrift game 

    Sánchez-Amaro, Alejandro; Duguid, Shona; Call, Josep; Tomasello, Michael (2016-06) - Journal article
    The snowdrift game is a model for studying social coordination in the context of competing interests. We presented pairs of chimpanzees, Pan troglodytes, with a situation in which they could either pull a weighted tray ...
  • Chimpanzees copy dominant and knowledgeable individuals : implications for cultural diversity 

    Kendal, R.; Hopper, L.M.; Whiten, A.; Brosnan, S.F.; Lambeth, S.P.; Schapiro, S.J.; Hoppitt, W. (2015-01) - Journal article
    Evolutionary theory predicts that natural selection will fashion cognitive biases to guide when, and from whom, individuals acquire social information, but the precise nature of these biases, especially in ecologically ...
  • Chimpanzees' responses to the dead body of a 9-year-old group member 

    van Leeuwen, Edwin J. C.; Mulenga, Innocent Chitalu; Bodamer, Mark D.; Cronin, Katherine A. (2016-09) - Journal article
    The social behavior of chimpanzees has been extensively studied, yet not much is known about how they behave in response to the death of a group member. Here, we provide a detailed report of the reactions of a group of ...
  • Choosing to remain childless? A comparative study of fertility intentions among women and men in Italy and Britain 

    Fiori, Francesca; Rinesi, Francesca; Graham, Elspeth (2017-02-03) - Journal article
    Pathways to childlessness may differ not only between individuals but also at the population level. This paper investigates differences in childlessness by comparing two countries – Britain and Italy – where levels of ...
  • Citizen science as a new tool in dog cognition research 

    Stewart, Laughlin; MacLean, Evan L.; Ivy, David; Woods, Vanessa; Cohen, Eliot; Rodriguez, Kerri; McIntyre, Matthew; Mukherjee, Sayan; Call, Josep; Kaminski, Juliane; Miklosi, Adam; Wrangham, Richard W.; Hare, Brian (2015-09-16) - Journal article
    Family dogs and dog owners offer a potentially powerful way to conduct citizen science to answer questions about animal behavior that are difficult to answer with more conventional approaches. Here we evaluate the quality ...
  • A claw is like my hand : comparison supports goal analysis in infants 

    Gerson, Sarah; Woodward, Amanda (2012-02) - Journal article
    Understanding the intentional relations in others’ actions is critical to human social life. Origins of this knowledge exist in the first year and are a function of both acting as an intentional agent and observing movement ...