James E. King

University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
Ethology and Evolutionary Psychology
"James King"
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Altschul DM, Hopkins WD, Herrelko ES, et al. (2018) Personality links with lifespan in chimpanzees. Elife. 7
Weiss A, King JE. (2015) Great ape origins of personality maturation and sex differences: a study of orangutans and chimpanzees. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 108: 648-64
Weiss A, King JE, Inoue-Murayama M, et al. (2012) Evidence for a midlife crisis in great apes consistent with the U-shape in human well-being. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: 19949-52
Adams MJ, King JE, Weiss A. (2012) The majority of genetic variation in orangutan personality and subjective well-being is nonadditive. Behavior Genetics. 42: 675-86
King JE, Rumbaugh DM, Sue Savage-Rumbaugh E. (2012) Perception of personality traits and semantic learning in evolving hominids The Descent of Mind: Psychological Perspectives On Hominid Evolution
Weiss A, Inoue-Murayama M, King JE, et al. (2012) All too human? Chimpanzee and orang-utan personalities are not anthropomorphic projections Animal Behaviour. 83: 1355-1365
Adams MJ, King JE, Weiss A. (2012) Erratum to: The Majority of Genetic Variation in Orangutan Personality and Subjective Well-Being is Nonadditive Behavior Genetics. 42: 866-866
Weiss A, Adams MJ, King JE. (2011) Happy orang-utans live longer lives. Biology Letters. 7: 872-4
Kramer RSS, King JE, Ward R. (2011) Identifying personality from the static, nonexpressive face in humans and chimpanzees: Evidence of a shared system for signaling personality Evolution and Human Behavior. 32: 179-185
Weiss A, Inoue-Murayama M, Hong KW, et al. (2009) Assessing chimpanzee personality and subjective well-being in Japan. American Journal of Primatology. 71: 283-92
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