Laurie Santos

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
"Laurie Santos"
Mean distance: 14.49 (cluster 23)
Cross-listing: Primatology Tree


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Marc David Hauser grad student 2003 Harvard
 (Domain -specific knowledge in a non-human primate: What rhesus macaques understand about foods.)


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Linda W. Chang research assistant (PsychTree)
Courtney Glavis-Bloom research assistant Yale University
Adena M. Schachner research assistant 2004-2006 Yale
Drew Marticorena research assistant 2004-2008 Yale
Emily Rose Boeving research assistant 2006-2008 Yale
Lucas S. Broster research assistant 2008-2009 Yale
Meghan J. Sosnowski research assistant 2010-2013 Yale
Neha Mahajan grad student 2002- Yale
Louisa C. Egan Brad grad student 2003-2009 Yale (PsychTree)
Webb Phillips grad student 2010 Yale (Primatology Tree)
Jennifer L. Barnes grad student 2012 Yale (Primatology Tree)
Kelly Dawn Hughes grad student 2012 Yale (Primatology Tree)
Venkat Ram Lakshminarayanan grad student 2012 Yale (Primatology Tree)
Alia Martin grad student 2009-2014 Yale (PsychTree)
Lindsey Drayton grad student 2010-2016 Yale
Angie M. Johnston grad student 2012-2018 Yale (PsychTree)
Ellen E. Furlong post-doc
Katherine McAuliffe post-doc 2013-2015 Yale (Primatology Tree)
Alexandra Rosati post-doc 2013-2015 Yale
You-jung Choi post-doc 2015-2017 Yale
Antonia Misch post-doc 2015-2017 Yale
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Horschler DJ, MacLean EL, Santos LR. (2020) Do Non-Human Primates Really Represent Others' Beliefs? Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Arre AM, Clark CS, Santos LR. (2019) Do young rhesus macaques know what others see?: A comparative developmental perspective. American Journal of Primatology. e23054
Horschler DJ, Santos LR, MacLean EL. (2019) Do non-human primates really represent others' ignorance? A test of the awareness relations hypothesis. Cognition. 190: 72-80
McAuliffe K, Bogese M, Chang LW, et al. (2019) Do Dogs Prefer Helpers in an Infant-Based Social Evaluation Task? Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 591
Johnston AM, Huang Y, Santos LR. (2018) Dogs do not demonstrate a human-like bias to defer to communicative cues. Learning & Behavior
Drayton LA, Santos LR, Baskin-Sommers A. (2018) Psychopaths fail to automatically take the perspective of others. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Johnston AM, Byrne M, Santos LR. (2017) What is unique about shared reality? Insights from a new comparison species. Current Opinion in Psychology. 23: 30-33
Rosati AG, Santos LR. (2017) Tolerant Barbary macaques maintain juvenile levels of social attention in old age, but despotic rhesus macaques do not. Animal Behaviour. 130: 199-207
Drayton LA, Santos LR. (2017) What do monkeys know about others' knowledge? Cognition. 170: 201-208
Johnston AM, Holden PC, Santos LR. (2016) Exploring the evolutionary origins of overimitation: a comparison across domesticated and non-domesticated canids. Developmental Science
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