Richard W. Byrne

Affiliations: 
University of St Andrews, Saint Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Area:
animal cognition, primate behaviour, evolution of intelligence
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Cross-listing: Evolution Tree

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John Morton grad student 1972-1975 MRC-CBU

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Erica Cartmill grad student (Evolution Tree)
Rogério Grassetto Teixeira da Cunha grad student
Catherine Hobaiter grad student University of St Andrews (Anthropology Tree)
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Graham KE, Hobaiter C, Ounsley J, et al. (2018) Bonobo and chimpanzee gestures overlap extensively in meaning. Plos Biology. 16: e2004825
Hobaiter C, Byrne RW. (2017) What is a gesture? A meaning-based approach to defining gestural repertoires. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 82: 3-12
Graham KE, Furuichi T, Byrne RW. (2016) The gestural repertoire of the wild bonobo (Pan paniscus): a mutually understood communication system. Animal Cognition
Fallon BL, Neumann C, Byrne RW, et al. (2016) Female chimpanzees adjust copulation calls according to reproductive status and level of female competition Animal Behaviour. 113: 87-92
Noser R, Byrne RW. (2015) Wild chacma baboons (Papio ursinus) remember single foraging episodes. Animal Cognition. 18: 921-9
Hockings KJ, McLennan MR, Carvalho S, et al. (2015) Apes in the Anthropocene: flexibility and survival. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 30: 215-22
Byrne RW. (2015) The what as well as the why of animal fun. Current Biology : Cb. 25: R2-4
Byrne RW. (2015) Primate intelligence Handbook of Paleoanthropology, Second Edition. 1721-1740
Smet AF, Byrne RW. (2014) African elephants (Loxodonta africana) recognize visual attention from face and body orientation. Biology Letters. 10
Noble DW, Byrne RW, Whiting MJ. (2014) Age-dependent social learning in a lizard. Biology Letters. 10
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