Dorothy Fragaszy

University of Georgia, Athens, GA, United States 
Primatology, animal behavior
"Dorothy Fragaszy"
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Fragaszy DM, Morrow KS, Baldree R, et al. (2019) How bearded capuchin monkeys (Sapajus libidinosus) prepare to use a stone to crack nuts. American Journal of Primatology. e22958
Mangalam M, Rein R, Fragaszy DM. (2018) Bearded capuchin monkeys use joint synergies to stabilize the hammer trajectory while cracking nuts in bipedal stance. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 285
Howard A, Mainali K, Fagan WF, et al. (2018) Foraging and inter-individual distances of bearded capuchin monkeys. American Journal of Primatology. e22900
Mangalam M, Conners JD, Fragaszy DM, et al. (2018) Location of a grasped object's effector influences perception of the length of that object via dynamic touch. Experimental Brain Research
Mangalam M, Pacheco MM, Izar P, et al. (2018) Unique perceptuomotor control of stone hammers in wild monkeys. Biology Letters. 14
Haslam M, Hernandez-Aguilar RA, Proffitt T, et al. (2017) Primate archaeology evolves. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 1: 1431-1437
Mangalam M, Barton SA, Wagman JB, et al. (2017) Perception of the length of an object through dynamic touch is invariant across changes in the medium. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Fragaszy DM, Eshchar Y, Visalberghi E, et al. (2017) Synchronized practice helps bearded capuchin monkeys learn to extend attention while learning a tradition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Visalberghi E, Di Bernardi C, Marino LA, et al. (2017) Female Bearded Capuchin Monkeys (Sapajus libidinosus) Use Objects to Solicit the Sexual Partner. Journal of Comparative Psychology (Washington, D.C. : 1983)
Liu Q, Fragaszy DM, Visalberghi E. (2016) Wild capuchin monkeys spontaneously adjust actions when using hammer stones of different mass to crack nuts of different resistance. American Journal of Physical Anthropology
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