Equipe d'Anthropologie Evolutive

Publications - Journaux scientifiques

Liste de tous les articles des membres actuels de l'équipe. Affichage par thème, auteur, année.


Carter, A.J., Baniel, A. Cowlishaw, G. & Huchard, E. 2020. Baboon thanatology: Responses of filial and non-filial group members to infants' corpses. Royal Society Open Science, :. pdf.

Martina, C., Cowlishaw, G., Carter, A.J. 2020. Exploring individual variation inassociative learning abilities through an operant conditioning task in wild baboons. PlosOne, 15:e0230810. pdf.


Woodford, P. and Carter, A. 2019. Science, social critique, and the need for ethics : Commentary on Marino & Merskin on Sheep Complexity. Animal Sentience, 4:34. pdf.


Carter, A.J. Torrents Ticó, M & Cowlishaw, G. 2016. Sequential phenotypic constraints on social information use in wild baboons. eLife, :13125. pdf.


Carter, A.J. Lee, A.E.G., Marshall,H.H. Ticó, M. T. Cowlishaw, G. 2015. Phenotypic assortment in wild primate networks: implications for the dissemination of information. Royal Society Open Science, :. pdf.

Marshall, H.H. Carter, A.J. Ashford, A. Rowcliffe, M. Cowlishaw. G. 2015. Social effects on foraging behaviour and success depend on local environmental conditions. Ecology and Evolution, 5:475-492 . pdf.


Carter AJ, Horrocks NP, Huchard E, Logan CJ, Lukas D, MacLeod KJ, Marshall HH, Peck HL, Sanderson JL, Sorensen MC. 2014. Junior scientists are sceptical of sceptics of Open Access: a reply to Agrawal. Trends in plant science, 19:339-340. pdf.

Carter, A.J. Horrocks, N.P.C. Huchard, E. Logan, C.J. Lukas, D. MacLeod, K.J. Marshall, H.H. Peck, H.L. Sanderson, J.L. & Sorensen, M.C. 2014. Junior scientists are sceptical of sceptics of open access: a reply to Agrawal. Trends in Plant Science, 19:339-340. pdf.

Carter, A.J., Marshall, H.H., Heinsohn, R., Cowlishaw, G. 2014. Personality predicts the propensity for social learning in a wild primate. PeerJ, 283:1-22. pdf.

Sick, C. Carter, A.J. Marshall, H.H. Knapp, L.A. Dabelsteen, T. & Cowlishaw, G. 2014. Evidence for varying social strategies across the day in chacma baboons. Biology Letters, 10:20140249. pdf.


Carter, A.J. Feeney, W.E. Marshall, H.H. Cowlishaw, G. Heinsohn, R. 2013. Animal personality: what are behavioural ecologists measuring?. Biological Reviews, 88:465-475.

Carter, A.J. Marshall, H.H. Heinsohn, R. & Cowlishaw, G. 2013. Personality predicts decision making only when information is unreliable. Animal Behaviour, 86:633-639. pdf.

Marshall, H.H. Carter, A.J. Ashford, A. Rowcliffe, J.M. & Cowlishaw, G. 82, 894-902. 2013. How do foragers decide when to leave a patch? A test of alternative models under natural and experimental conditions. Journal of Animal Ecology, 82:894-902. pdf.


Carter, AJ. Marshall, H. Heinsohn, R & Cowlishaw, G. 2012. Evaluating animal personalities: do observer assessments and experimental tests measure the same thing ?. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 66:153-160. pdf.

Carter, AJ. Marshall, HH. Heinsohn, R & Cowlishaw, G. 2012. How not to measure boldness: novel object and antipredator responses are not the same in wild baboons. Animal Behaviour, 84:603-609. pdf.

Carter, AJ; Heinsohn, R; Goldizen, AW & Biro, PA. 2012. Boldness, trappability and sampling bias in wild lizards. Animal Behaviour, 83:1051-1058. pdf.

Marshall, H.H. Carter, AJ. Rowcliffe, JM. & Cowlishaw, G. 2012. Linking social foraging behaviour with individual time budgets and emergent group-level phenomena. Animal Behaviour, 84:1295-1305. pdf.