Publications in Yearbook 2018

Journal Article

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    Abramson, J. Z.; Hernández-Lloreda, M. V.; Esteban, J.-A.; Colmenares, F.; Aboitiz, F.; Call, J.: Contextual imitation of intransitive body actions in a Beluga whale (Delphinapterus leucas): A "do as other does" study. PLoS One (2017)
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    Adolphi, F.; Muscheler, R.; Friedrich, M.; Güttler, D.; Wacker, L.; Talamo, S.; Kromer, B.: Radiocarbon calibration uncertainties during the last deglaciation: Insights from new floating tree-ring chronologies. Quaternary Science Reviews 170, pp. 98 - 108 (2017)
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    Aebischer, T.; Siguindo, G.; Rochat, E.; Arandjelovic, M.; Heilman, A. M.; Hickisch, R.; Vigilant, L.; Joost, S.; Wegmann, D.: First quantitative survey delineates the distribution of chimpanzees in the Eastern Central African Republic. Biological Conservation 213 (Part A), pp. 84 - 94 (2017)
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    Aldeias, V.: Experimental approaches to archaeological fire features and their behavioral relevance. Current Anthropology 58 (Suppl. 16), pp. S191 - S205 (2017)
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    Alperson-Afil, N.; Richter, D.; Goren-Inbar, N.: Evaluating the intensity of fire at the Acheulian site of Gesher Benot Ya'aqov—Spatial and thermoluminescence analyses. PLOS ONE (2017)
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    Ameen, C.; Hulme-Beaman, A.; Evin, A.; Germonpré, M.; Britton, K.; Cucchi, T.; Larson, G.; Dobney, K.: A landmark-based approach for assessing the reliability of mandibular tooth crowding as a marker of dog domestication. Journal of Archaeological Science 85, pp. 41 - 50 (2017)
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    Amici, F.; Mimó, M. C.; Borell, C. v.; Bueno-Guerra, N.: Meerkats (Suricata suricatta) fail to prosocially donate food in an experimental set-up. Animal Cognition 20 (6), pp. 1059 - 1066 (2017)
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    Amici, F.; Cacchione, T.; Bueno-Guerra, N.: Understanding of object properties by sloth bears, Melursus ursinus ursinus. Animal Behaviour 134, pp. 217 - 222 (2017)
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    Amici, F.; Call, J.; Aureli, F.: Coexistence of general intelligence and specialized modules. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40, e196 (2017)
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    Anderson, K. G.; Starkweather, K. E.: Parenting strategies in modern and emerging economies. Human Nature 28 (2), pp. 133 - 137 (2017)
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    Aplin, L. M.; Sheldon, B. C.; McElreath, R.: Conformity does not perpetuate suboptimal traditions in a wild population of songbirds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (30), pp. 7830 - 7837 (2017)
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    Arai, Y.; Taverna, E.: Neural progenitor cell polarity and cortical development. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience (2017)
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    Archer, W.; Pop, C. M.; Rezek, Z.; Schlager, S.; Lin, S. C.; Weiss, M.; Dogandžić, T.; Desta, D.; McPherron, S. P.: A geometric morphometric relationship predicts stone flake shape and size variability (advance online). Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences (2017)
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    Arias Alvis, L.; Barbieri, C.; Barreto, G.; Stoneking, M.; Pakendorf, B.: High-resolution mitochondrial DNA analysis sheds light on human diversity, cultural interactions, and population mobility in Northwestern Amazonia. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 165 (2), pp. 238 - 255 (2018)
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    Arnaud, J.; Benazzi, S.; Romandini, M.; Livraghi, A.; Panetta, D.; Salvadori, P. A.; Volpe, L.; Peresani, M.: A Neanderthal deciduous human molar with incipient carious infection from the Middle Palaeolithic De Nadale cave, Italy. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 162 (2), pp. 370 - 376 (2017)
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    Arnold, P.; Amson, E.; Fischer, M. S.: Differential scaling patterns of vertebrae and the evolution of neck length in mammals. Evolution 71 (6), pp. 1587 - 1599 (2017)
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    Arnold, P.; Esteve-Altava, B.; Fischer, M. S.: Musculoskeletal networks reveal topological disparity in mammalian neck evolution. BMC Evolutionary Biology 17, 251 (2017)
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    Barbieri, C.; Sandoval, J. R.; Valqui, J.; Shimelman, A.; Ziemendorff, S.; Schröder, R.; Geppert, M.; Roewer, L.; Gray, R.; Stoneking, M. et al.; Fujita, R.; Heggarty, P.: Enclaves of genetic diversity resisted Inca impacts on population history. Scientific Reports (2017)
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    Barrett, B. J.; McElreath, R.; Perry, S. E.: Pay-off-biased social learning underlies the diffusion of novel extractive foraging traditions in a wild primate. Proc. R. Soc. B 284 (1856), 20170358 (2017)
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    Beaune, D.; Hohmann, G.; Serckx, A.; Sakamaki, T.; Narat, V.; Fruth, B.: How bonobo communities deal with fruits containing high tannin content: Re-ingestion and other feeding processes. Behavioural Processes 142, pp. 131 - 137 (2017)
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