Equipe de Biologie Evolutive Humaine

Publications - Journaux scientifiques

Liste de tous les articles des membres actuels de l'équipe. Affichage par thème, auteur, année.

Sous presse

Charpentier MJE, Harté M, Ngoubangoye B, Herbert A, Kappeler PM. Sous presse. Visual discrimination of kin in mandrills. Ethology.

Huchard E, Schliehe Diecks S, Kappeler PM, Kraus C. Sous presse. The inbreeding strategy of a solitary primate, Microcebus murinus. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. pdf

Poirotte C, Massol F, Herbert A, Willaume E, Bomo PM, Kappeler PM, Charpentier MJE Sous presse. Mandrills use olfaction to socially avoid parasitized conspecifics. Science Advances.

Thomas, F., Rome, S., Méry, F. Dawson, E., Montagne, J., Biro, P., Beckmann, C., Renaud, F., Raymond, M., Ujvari, B. Sous presse. Changes in diet associated with cancer: an evolutionary perspective. Evolutionary Applications.

Winternitz J, Abbate JL, Huchard E, Havlícek J, Garamszegi LZ. Sous presse. Patterns of MHC-dependent mate selection in humans and non-human primates: a meta-analysis. Molecular Ecology. Molecular Ecology. pdf

2016

Baniel A, Cowlishaw G, Huchard E. 2016. Stability and strength of male-female associations in a promiscuous primate society. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 70:761-775 pdf

Berticat C., Thomas F., Dauvilliers Y., Jaussent I., Ritchie K., Helmer C., Tzourio C., Raymond M., Artero S. 2016. Excessive daytime sleepiness and antipathogen drug consumption in the elderly: a test of the immune theory of sleep. Scientific Reports, 6:23574 pdf

Bovet J., Lao J., Bartholomée O. Caldara R., Raymond, M. 2016. Mapping female bodily features of attractiveness. Scientific Reports, 6:18551 pdf

Faurie C.*, Mettling C.*, Bchir M.A., Hadmoko D.S., Heitz C., Lestari E.D., Raymond M.*, Willinger M.* 2016. Evidence of genotypic adaptation to the exposure to volcanic risk at the dopamine receptor DRD4 locus. Scientific Reports, 6:37745 [ * : equal contribution] pdf

Huchard E, English S, Bell M, Thavarajah N, Clutton-Brock T. 2016. Competitive growth in a cooperative primate. Nature, 533:532-534 pdf

Nitsch A., Lummaa V., Faurie C. 2016. Sibship effects on dispersal behaviour in a pre-industrial human population. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, :1-3 pdf

Renoult, J.P., Bovet. J., Raymond, M. 2016. Beauty is in the efficient coding of the beholder. Royal Society Open Science, 3:160027 pdf

Tognetti A., Dubois D., Faurie C., Willinger M. 2016. Men increase contributions to a public good when under sexual competition. Scientific Reports, 29819:1-10 pdf

Tribot A-S., Mouquet N., Villéger S., Raymond M., Hoff F., Boissery P., Olon F., Deter1 J. 2016. Taxonomic and functional diversity increase the aesthetic value of coralligenous reefs. Scientific Reports, 6:1-12 pdf

2015

André, J-B. 2015. Contingency in the evolutionary emergence of reciprocal cooperation. The American Naturalist, 185:303-316 pdf

Barthes, J., Crochet, P-A., Raymond, M. 2015. Male homosexual preference: Where, when, why?. PLoS ONE, 10:e0134817 pdf

Bovet, J., Raymond, M. 2015. Preferred women's waist-to-hip ratio variation over the last 2,500 years. PLoS ONE, 10:e0123284 pdf

Debove, S., André, J-B., Baumard, N. 2015. Partner choice creates fairness in humans. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 13:1-7 pdf

Derex, M., Feron, R., Godelle, B., Raymond, M. 2015. Social learning and the replication process: an experimental investigation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of LondonB, 282:2-9 pdf

Pechouskova E, Dammhann M, Brameier M, Fichtel C, Kappeler P, Huchard E. 2015. MHC variation in a rare and ecological specialist mouse lemur reveals lower allelic richness and contrasting selection patterns compared to a generalist and widespread congener. Immunogenetics, 67:229-245 pdf

Thomas, F., Doyon, J., Elguero, E., Dujardin, J-P., Brodeur, J., Roucher, C., Robert, V., Missé, D., Raymond, M., Trape, J-F. 2015. Plasmodium infections and fluctuating asymmetry among children and teenagers from Senegal. Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 32:97-101 pdf

2014

Alvergne, A. Perreau, F. Mazur, A. Mueller, U. Raymond, M. 2014. Identification of visual paternity cues in humans. Biology Letters, 10:20140063 pdf

André, J.B. 2014. Mechanistic constraints and the unlikely evolution of reciprocal cooperation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27:784-795 pdf

Barthes, J. Godelle, B. Raymond, M. 2014. Response to comment on «Human social stratification and hypergyny: toward an understanding of male homosexual preference». Evolution and Human Behavior, 35:448-450 pdf

Carter AJ, Horrocks NP, Huchard E, Logan CJ, Lukas D, MacLeod KJ, Marshall HH, Peck HL, Sanderson JL, Sorensen MC. 2014. Junior scientists are sceptical of sceptics of Open Access: a reply to Agrawal. Trends in plant science, 19:339-340 pdf

Debove, S., Baumard, N, André, J-B. 2014. Evolution of equal division among unequal partners. Evolution, :1-9 pdf

Derex, M., Godelle, B., Raymond, M. 2014. How does competition affect the transmission of information?. Evolution and Human Behavior, 35:89-95 pdf

El Mouden, C. André, J.B., Morin, O. Nettle, D. 2014. Cultural transmission and the evolution of human behaviour: A general approach based on the Price equation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27:231-241 pdf

Etienne, L. Rousset, F. Godelle, B. Courtiol, A. 2014. How choosy should I be? The relative searching time predicts evolution of choosiness under direct sexual selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 281:1-9 pdf

Huchard E & Pechouskova E. 2014. The Major Histocompatibility Complex and primate behavioural ecology: new tools and future questions. International Journal of Primatology, 35:11-31 pdf

Nitsch, A., Faurie, C., Lummaa, V. 2014. Alloparenting in humans: fitness consequences of aunts and uncles on survival in historical Finland. Behavioral Ecology, 25:424-433 pdf

Tognetti A., Berticat C., Raymond M. & Faurie C. 2014. Assortative mating based on cooperativeness and generosity. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27:975-981 pdf

2013

Barthes, J. Godelle, B. Raymond, M. 2013. Human social stratification and hypergyny: toward an understanding of male homosexual preference. Evolution and Human Behavior, 34:155-163 pdf

Baumard, N., André, J.B., Sperber, D. 2013. A mutualistic approach to morality. The evolution of fairness by partner choice. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 36:59-78 pdf

Clutton-Brock T & Huchard E. 2013. Social competition and selection in males and females. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Series B, 368:20130074 pdf

Derex, M. Godelle, B. Raymond, M. 2013. Social learners require process information to outperform individual learners. Evolution, 67:688-697 pdf

Derex, M., Beugin, M.-P., Godelle, B., Raymond, M. 2013. Experimental evidence for the influence of group size on cultural complexity. Nature, 503:389-391 pdf

Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2013. The fighting hypothesis as an evolutionary explanation for human handedness polymorphism: where are we?. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1288:110-113 pdf

Huchard E, Baniel A, Schliehe-Diecks S & Kappeler P. 2013. MHC-disassortative mate choice and inbreeding avoidance in a solitary primate. Molecular Ecology, 22:4071-4086 pdf

Huchard E, Charpentier MJE, Marshall H, Knapp LA & Cowlishaw G. 2013. Paternal effects on access to resources in a promiscuous primate society. Behavioral Ecology, 24:229-236 pdf

Pyritz LW, Fichtel C, Huchard E & Kappeler P.M. 2013. Determinants and outcomes of decision-making, group coordination and social interactions during a foraging experiment in a wild primate. PLOS One , 8:e53144 pdf

Tognetti A., Berticat C., Raymond M. & Faurie C. 2013. Is cooperativeness readable in static facial features? An inter-cultural approach. Evolution and Human Behavior, 34:427-432 pdf

2012

Benavides, J., Walsh, P.D., Meyer, L.A., Raymond, M. & Caillaud, D. 2012. Transmission of infectious diseases en route to habitat hotspots: insights from an agent-based simulation model. PLoS ONE, 7:e31290 pdf

Benavides, J.A. Godreuil, S., Bodenham, R., Ratiarison, S., Devos, C., Petretto, M.O., Raymond, M., Escobar-Páramo, P. 2012. No evidence for transmission of antibiotic-resistant Escherichia coli strains from humans to wild western lowland gorillas in Lopé National Park, Gabon. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 78:4281-4287 pdf

Benavides,J. A., Huchard, E., Pettorelli, N., King, A. J., Brown, M. E., Archer, C. E., Appleton, C. C., Raymond, M., Cowlishaw, G. 2012. From parasite encounter to infection: multiple-Scale drivers of parasite richness in a wild social primate population. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 147:52-63 pdf

Bovet, J. Barthes, J. Durand, V. Raymond, M. Alvergne, A. 2012. Men's preference for women's facial features: testing homogamy and the paternity uncertainty hypothesis. PlosOne, 7:e49791 pdf

Charpentier MJE, Huchard E, Gimenez O, Sallé B, Kappeler PM, Renoult J. 2012. Distribution of affiliative behavior across kin classes and fitness consequences in mandrills. Ethology, 118:1198-1207 pdf

Claidière, N., André, J.B. 2012. The transmission of genes and culture: a questionable analogy . Evolutionary Biology, 39:12-24 pdf

Faurie, C., LLaurens, V., Hegay, T., Raymond, M. 2012. Handedness and socioeconomic status in an urban population in Uzbekistan. Evolution and Human Behavior, 33:35-41 pdf

Huchard ,E1, Gomez D1, Henry PY & Perret M. . , 1 Contributions égales. 2012. Mutual mate choice in a female-dominant and sexually monomorphic primate. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 147:370-371 pdf

Huchard E, Canale CI, Le Gros C, Perret M, Henry PY & Kappeler PM. 2012. Convenience polyandry or convenience polygyny? Costly sex under female control in a promiscuous primate. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 279:1371-1379 pdf

Huchard E1, Benavides JA1, Pettorelli N, King AJ, Brown ME, Archer CE, Appleton CC, Raymond M & Cowlishaw G. (1) Contributions égales. 2012. From parasite encounter to infection: multiple-scale drivers of parasite richness in a wild social primate population. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 147:52-63 pdf

Huchard, E., Albrecht, C., Schliehe-Diecks, S., Baniel, A., Roos, C., Kappeler, P.M., Brameier,M. 2012. Large-scale MHC class II genotyping using next generation sequencing of a wild lemur population. Immunogenetics, 64:895-913 pdf

Nitsch, A. Faurie, C. and Lummaa, V. 2012. Are elder siblings helpers or competitors? Antagonistic fitness effects of sibling interactions in humans. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 280: pdf

Silva, A., Lummaa, V., Mueller, U.O., Raymond, M., Alvergne, A. 2012. Facial attractiveness and fertility in populations with low levels of modern birth control. Evolution and Human Behavior, 33:491-498

Thomas, F., Daoust, S. & Raymond, M. 2012. Can we understand modern humans without considering pathogens?. Evolutionary Applications, 5:368-379 pdf

Thomas, F., Daoust, S. P., Elguero, E., & Raymond, M. 2012. Do mothers from rich and well-nourished countries bear more sons ?. Journal of Evolutionary Medicine, 1:ID 235568 pdf

Thomas, F., Elguero, E., Brodeur, J., Roche, B., Missé, D., Raymond, M. 2012. Malignancies and high birth weight in human: Which cancers could result from antagonistic pleiotropy?. Journal of Evolutionary Medicine, 1:1-5 pdf

Tognetti, A., Berticat, C. Raymond, M.& Faurie, C. 2012. Sexual selection of human cooperative behaviour: an experimental study in rural senegal. PLoS ONE, 7:e44403 pdf

2011

André, J.B., Baumard, N. 2011. Social opportunities and the evolution of fairness. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 289:128-135 pdf

André, J.B., Baumard, N. 2011. The evolution of fairness in a biological market. Evolution, 65:1447-1456 pdf

André, J.B., Morin, O. 2011. Questioning the cultural evolution of altruism. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 24:2531-2542 pdf

Faurie, C., Llaurens, V., Alvergne, A., Golberg, M., Zins, M. & Raymond, M. 2011. Left-handedness and male-male competition: insights from fighting and hormonal data. Evolutionary Psychology, 9:354-370 pdf

Huchard E & Cowlishaw G. 2011. Femalefemale aggression around mating: an extra cost of sociality in a multimale primate society. Behavioral Ecology, 22:1003 pdf

King AJ, Sueur C, Huchard E & Cowlishaw G. 2011 2011. A rule-of-thumb based on social affiliation explains collective movements in desert baboons. Animal Behaviour, 82:1337 pdf

2010

Alvergne, A., Jokela, M., Faurie, C., Lummaa, V. 2010. Personality and testosterone in men from a high-fertility population. Personality and Individual Differences, 49:840-844 pdf

Alvergne, A., Raymond, M. & Faurie, C. 2010. Are parents perceptions of offspring facial resemblance consistent with actual resemblance? Effects on parental investment. Evolution and Human Behavior, 31:7-15 pdf

André, J.B. 2010. The evolution of reciprocity: social types or social incentives?. The American Naturalist, 175:197-210

Célérier, A., Huchard, E., Alvergne, A., Féjan, D., Plard, F., Cowlishaw, G., Raymond, M. & Bonadonna , F. 2010. Detective mice assess relatedness in baboons using olfactory cues. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 213:1399-1405 pdf

Courtiol, A., Ferdy, J.-B., Godelle, B., Raymond, M. & Claude, J. 2010. Height and body mass influence on human body outlines: a quantitative approach using an elliptic Fourier analysis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 142:22-29 pdf

Courtiol, A., Picq, S., Godelle, B., Raymond, M. & Ferdy, J.-B. 2010. From preferred to actual mate characteristics: the case of human body shape. PLoS ONE, 5:e13010, 1-8 pdf

Courtiol, A., Raymond, M., Godelle, B. & Ferdy, J.-B. 2010. Mate choice and human stature: homogamy as a unified framework for understanding mating preferences. Evolution, 64:2189-2203 pdf

Huchard, E., Alvergne, A., Féjan, D., Knapp, L.A., Cowlishaw, G. & Raymond, M. 2010. More than friends? Behavioural and genetic aspects of heterosexual associations in wild chacma baboons. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 64:769-781 pdf

Huchard, E., Knapp, L.A., Raymond, M. & Cowlishaw, G. 2010. MHC, mate choice and heterozygote advantage in a wild social primate. Molecular Ecology, 19:2545-2561 pdf

Huchard, E., Raymond, M., Benavides, J., Marshall, H., Knapp, L.A. & Cowlishaw, G. 2010. A female signal reflects MHC genotype in a social primate. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 10:96 pdf

Setchell JS & Huchard E. 2010. The hidden benefits of sex: Evidence of MHC-associated mate choice in primate societies. BioEssays, 32:940 pdf

2009

Alvergne, A., Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2009. Father-offspring resemblance predicts paternal investment in humans. Animal Behaviour, 78:61-69 pdf

Alvergne, A., Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2009. Variation in testosterone levels and male reproductive effort: insight from a polygynous human population. Hormones and Behavior, 56:491-497 pdf

Alvergne, A., Huchard, E., Caillaud, D., Charpentier, M.J.E., Setchell, J.M., Ruppli, C., Féjan, D., Martinez, L., Cowlishaw, G. & Raymond, M. 2009. Human ability to visually recognize kin within primates. International Journal of Primatology, 30:199-210 pdf

Alvergne, A., Oda, R., Faurie, C., Matsumoto-Oda, A., Durand, V. & Raymond, M. 2009. Cross-cultural perceptions of facial resemblance between kin. Journal of Vision, 9:1-10 pdf

Courtiol, A., Raymond, M. & Faurie, C. 2009. Birth order affects behavior in the investment game: firstborns are less trustful and reciprocate less. Animal Behaviour, 78:1405-1411 pdf

Faurie, C., Russell, A. F., Lummaa, V. 2009. Middleborns disadvantaged? Testing birth-Order effects on fitness in pre-industrial finns. PLoS ONE, 4:e5680 pdf

Huchard, E., Benavides, J., Setchell, J.M., Charpentier, M.J.E., Alvergne, A., King, A.J., Knapp, L.A., Cowlishaw, G. & Raymond, M. 2009. Studying shape in sexual signals: the case of primate sexual swellings. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 63:1231-1242 pdf

Huchard, E., Courtiol, A., Benavides, J., Knapp, L.A., Raymond, M. & Cowlishaw, G. 2009. Can fertility signals lead to quality signals? Insights from the evolution of primate sexual swellings. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B, 276:1889-1897 pdf

Llaurens, V., Raymond, M. & Faurie, C. 2009. Ritual fights and male reproductive success in a human population. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22:1854-1859 pdf

Llaurens, V., Raymond, M. & Faurie, C. 2009. Why are some people left-handed? An evolutionary perspective. Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society, B, 364:881-894 pdf

2008

Alvergne, A., Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2008. Developmental plasticity of human reproductive development: effects of early family environment in modern-day France. Physiology & Behavior, 95:625-632 pdf

Caillaud, D., Levréro, F., Gatti, S., Ménard, N. & Raymond, M. 2008. Influence of male morphology on male mating status and behavior during interunit encounters in western lowland gorillas. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 135:379-388 pdf

Faurie, C., Bonenfant, S., Goldberg, M., Hercberg, S., Zins, M. & Raymond, M. 2008. Socio-economic status and handedness in two large cohorts of French adults. British Journal of Psychology, 99:533-554 pdf

Huchard, E., Weill, M., Raymond, M., Cowlishaw, G. & Knapp, L.A. 2008. Polymorphism, haplotype composition and selection in the Mhc-DRB of wild baboons. Immunogenetics, 60:585-598 pdf

King AJ, Douglas C, Huchard E, Isaac N & Cowlishaw G. 2008. Dominance and affiliation mediate despotism in a social primate. Current Biology, 18:1833 pdf

2007

Alvergne, A., Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2007. Differential facial resemblance of young children to their parents: who do children look like more?. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28:135-144 pdf

André, J.B., Day, T. 2007. Perfect reciprocity is the only evolutionarily stable strategy in the continuous prisoners dilemma. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 247:11-22 pdf

Schmitt, D. and more than 121 authors (including Raymond, M.) 2007. The geographic distribution of big five personality traits - Patterns and profiles of human self-description across 56 nations. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 38:173-212

2006

André, J.B., Gandon, S. 2006. Vaccination, within-host dynamics and virulence evolution. Evolution, 60:13-23 pdf

André, J.B., Godelle, B. 2006. The Evolution of mutation rate in finite asexual populations. Genetics, 172:611-626 pdf

André, J.B., Godelle, B. 2006. Within-host evolution and virulence in microparasites. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 241:402-409 pdf

Caillaud, D., Levréro, F., Cristescu, R., Gatti, S., Dewas, M., Douadi, M., Gautier-Hion, A., Raymond, M. & Ménard, N. 2006. Gorilla susceptibility to Ebola virus: the cost of sociality. Current Biology, 16:R489-R491 pdf

Faurie, C., Alvergne, A., Bonenfant, S., Goldberg, M., Hercberg, S., Zins, M. & Raymond, M. 2006. Handedness and reproductive success in two large cohorts of French adults. Evolution and Human Behavior, 27:457-472 pdf

Faurie, C., Vianey-Liaud, N. & Raymond, M. 2006. Do left-handed children have advantages regarding school performance and leadership skills?. Laterality, 11:57-70 pdf

Huchard, E., Colishaw, G., Raymond, M., Weill, M. & Knapp, L.A. 2006. Molecular study of Mhc-DRB in wild chacma baboons reveals high variability and evidence for transspecies inheritance. Immunogenetics, 58:805-816 pdf

Raymond, M. 2006. The birth of contraception. Nature, 444:685 pdf

2005

Billiard, S., Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2005. Maintenance of handedness polymorphism in humans: A frequency-dependent selection model. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 235:85-93 pdf

Day, T., André, J.B., Park, A. 2005. The Evolutionary Emergence of Pandemic Influenza. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 273:2945-2953 pdf

Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2005. Handedness, homicide and negative frequency-dependent selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 272:25-28 pdf

Faurie, C., Schiefenhövel, W., Le Bomin, S., Billiard, S. & Raymond, M. 2005. Variation in the frequency of left-handedness in traditional societies. Current Anthropology, 46:142-147 pdf

2004

Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2004. Handedness frequency over more than 10,000 years. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 271:S43-S45 pdf

Faurie, C., Pontier, D. & Raymond, M. 2004. Student athletes claim to have more sexual partners than other students. Evolution and Human Behavior, 25:1-8 pdf

Raymond, M. & Pontier, D. 2004. Is there a geographic variation of human handedness. Laterality, 9:35-51 pdf

Schmitt, P. and more than 121 authors (including Raymond, M.) 2004. Patterns and universals of adult romantic attachment across 62 cultural regions: are models of self and other pancultural constructs?. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 35:367-402 pdf

Schmitt, P. and more than 121 authors (including Raymond, M.) 2004. Patterns and universals of mate poaching across 53 nations: the effects of sex, culture, and personality on romantically attracting another person's partner. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 86:560-584 pdf

2003

Faurie, C. & Raymond, M. 2003. Handedness: neutral or adaptive ?. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 26:220 pdf

Roes, F.L. & Raymond, M. 2003. Belief in moralizing gods. Evolution and Human Behavior, 24:126-135 pdf

Schmitt, P. and more than 121 authors (including Raymond, M.) 2003. Are men universally more dismissing than women? Gender differences in romantic attachment across 62 cultural regions. Personal Relationships, 10:309-333 pdf

Schmitt, P. and more than 121 authors (including Raymond, M.) 2003. Universal sex differences in the desire for sexual variety: tests from 52 nations, 6 continents, and 13 islands. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 85:85-104 pdf

Shultz, S., Faurie, C. Noë, R. 2003. Behavioural responses of Diana monkeys to male long-distance calls: changes in ranging, association patterns and activity. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 53:238-245 pdf

2000

Carrière, S. & Raymond, M. 2000. Handedness and aggressive behavior in an Ntumu village in southern Cameroon. Acta Ethologica, 2:111-114 pdf

1996

Raymond, M., Pontier, D., Dufour, A.-B. & Møller, A.P. 1996. Frequency-dependent maintenance of left handedness in humans. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 263:1627-1633 pdf