Comparative Behavior/Ecology


LYCETT, S. J., M. COLLARD and W. C. MCGREW (2010). "Are behavioral differences among wild chimpanzee communities genetic or cultural? An assessment using tool-use data and phylogenetic methods." American Journal of Physical Anthropology 142 (3): 461-467

MARCHANT, L. F., T. H. WEBSTER, W. C. MCGREW, C. L. R. PAYNE and K. D. HUNT (2010). "Chimpanzee insectivory detected: resource availability, monitoring, and consumption." American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 141: 162-163

CARVALHO, S., D. BIRO, W. C. MCGREW and T. MATSUZAWA (2009). "Tool-composite preferences in wild chimpanzees: Archaeologically invisible steps in the technological evolution of early hominins?" Animal Cognition 12 (Supplement 1): S103-S114


JOLLY, C. J. (2009). "Fifty Years of Looking at Human Evolution: Backward, Forward, and Sideways." Current Anthropology 50 (2): 187-199

LING, V., A. HERNANDEZ-AGUILAR, M. HASLAM and S. CARVALHO (2009). "The origins of percussive technology: A smashing time in Cambridge." Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 18 (2): 48-49

LOVEJOY, C. O. (2009). "Reexamining Human Origins in Light of Ardipithecus ramidus." Science 326 (5949): 74-748

LYCETT, S. J., M. COLLARD and W. C. MCGREW (2009). "Phylogenetic analysis of chimpanzee behavioral variation: Towards an integrated approach to apes, fossil hominin, and modern human culture." Journal of Human Evolution 57 (4): 335-436

MCGREW, W. C. and R. A. FOLEY (2009). "Palaeoanthropology meets primatology." Journal of Human Evolution 57 (4): 335-336

MCGREW, W. C. and R. A. FOLEY, Eds. (2009). Palaeoanthropology meets primatology. Journal of Human Evolution. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 61

PONTZER, H., D. A. RAICHLEN and M. D. SOCKOL (2009). "The metabolic cost of walking in humans, chimpanzees, and early hominins." Journal of Human Evolution 56 (1): 43-54

PRUETZ, J. D. and P. BERTOLANI (2009). "Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus) behavioral responses to stresses associated with living in a savanna-mosaic environment: implications for hominin adaptations to open habitats." Paleoanthropology 2009: 252-262

WALKER, A. (2009). "The Strength of Great Apes and the Speed of Humans." Current Anthropology 50 (2): 229-234

AURELI, F., C. M. SCHAFFNER, C. BOESCH, S. K. BEARDER, J. CALL, C. A. CHAPMAN, R. CONNOR, A. D. FIORE, R. I. M. DUNBAR, S. P. HENZI, K. HOLEKAMP, A. H. KORSTJENS, R. LAYTON, P. LEE, J. LEHMANN, J. H. MANSON, G. RAMOS-FERNANDEZ, K. B. STRIER and C. P. V. SCHAIK (2008). "Fission-Fusion Dynamics: New Research Frameworks." Current Anthropology 49 (4): 627-654

BOGART, S. L. and J. D. PRUETZ (2008). "Ecological context of savanna chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus) termite fishing at Fongoli, Senegal." American Journal of Primatology 70 (6): 605-612

CODRON, D., J. A. LEE-THORP, M. SPONHEIMER, D. DE RUITER and J. CODRON (2008). "What insights can baboon feeding ecology provide for early hominin niche differentiation?" International Journal of Primatology 29 (3): 757-772

DOMINY, N., E. VOGEL, J. YEAKEL, P. CONSTANTINO and P. LUCAS (2008). "Mechanical Properties of Plant Underground Storage Organs and Implications for Dietary Models of Early Hominins." Evolutionary Biology 35 (3): 159-175

LAKSHMINARYANAN, V., M. KEITH CHEN and L. R. SANTOS (2008). "Endowment effect in capuchin monkeys." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363: 3837-3844

OTTONI, E. B. and P. IZAR (2008). "Capuchin Monkey Tool Use: Overview and Implications " Evolutionary Anthropology 17: 171-178

RAPAPORT, L. G. and G. R. BROWN (2008). "Social influences on foraging behavior in young nonhuman primates: Learning what, where, and how to eat." Evolutionary Anthropology 17 (4): 189-201

ROBSON, S. L. and B. WOOD (2008). "Hominin life history: reconstruction and evolution." Journal of Anatomy 212 (4): 394-425

SAYERS, K., C. O. LOVEJOY, N. J. EMERY, N. S. CLAYTON, K. D. HUNT, K. N. LALAND, G. R. BROWN, W. C. MCGREW, L. F. MARCHANT and C. B. STANFORD (2008). "The chimpanzee has no clothes: A critical examination of Pan troglodytes in models of human evolution [with comments]." Current Anthropology 49 (1): 87-114

SCHÖNING, C., T. HUMLE, Y. MÖBIUS and W. C. MCGREW (2008). "The nature of culture: Technological variation in chimpanzee predation on army ants revisited." Journal of Human Evolution 55 (1): 48-59

VOGEL, E. R., J. T. VAN WOERDEN, P. W. LUCAS, S. S. U. ATMOKO, C. P. VAN SCHAIK and N. J. DOMINY (2008). "Functional ecology and evolution of hominoid molar enamel thickness: Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii and Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii." Journal of Human Evolution 55 (1): 60-74

WATTS, D. P. (2008). "Scavenging by chimpanzees at Ngogo and the relevance of chimpanzee scavenging to early hominin behavioral ecology." Journal of Human Evolution 54: 125-133

HERNANDEZ-AGUILAR, R. A., J. MOORE and T. R. PICKERING (2007). "From the Cover: Savanna chimpanzees use tools to harvest the underground storage organs of plants." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (49): 19210-19213

LYCETT, S. J., M. COLLARD and W. C. MCGREW (2007). "From the Cover: Phylogenetic analyses of behavior support existence of culture among wild chimpanzees." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (45): 17588-17592

MARCHANT, L. F., W. C. MCGREW and K. D. HUNT (2007). "Ethoarchaeology of manual laterality: well-digging by wild chimpanzees." American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 132: 163

MCGREW, W. C. (2007). "Savanna chimpanzees dig for food." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (19167-19168):

MCGREW, W. C., L. F. MARCHANT and K. D. HUNT (2007). "Etho-Archaeology of Manual Laterality: Well Digging by Wild Chimpanzees." Folia Primatologica 78 (4): 240-244

ARMOUR-CHELU, M., P. ANDREWS and R. L. BERNOR (2005). "Further observations on the primate community at Rudabanya II (late Miocene, early Vallesian age), Hungary." Journal of Human Evolution 49 (1): 88-98

ESCARGUEL, G. (2005). "Mathematics and the Lifeway of Mesopithecus." International Journal of Primatology 26 (4): 801-823

LADEN, G. and R. WRANGHAM (2005). "The rise of the hominids as an adaptive shift in fallback foods: Plant underground storage organs (USOs) and australopith origins." Journal of Human Evolution 49 (4): 482-498

POTTS, R. (2004). "Paleoenvironmental basis of cognitive evolution in great apes." American Journal of Primatology 62 (3): 209-228