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.

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.

2016

Poirotte C, Kappeler PM, Ngoubangoye B, Bourgeois S, Moussodji M, Charpentier MJE. 2016. Morbid attraction to leopard urine in Toxoplasma-infected chimpanzees. Current Biology, 26:98-99 pdf

2015

Levréro F, Carrete-Vega G, Herbert A, Lawabi I, Courtiol A, Willaume E, Kappeler PM, Charpentier MJE. 2015. Social shaping of voices does not impair phenotype matching of kinship in mandrills. Nature Communications, 6:7609 pdf

Poirotte C, Basset D, Willaume E, Makaba F, Kappeler PM, Charpentier MJE. 2015. Environmental and individual determinants of parasite richness across seasons in a wild population of mandrills (Mandrillus sphinx). American Journal of Physical Anthropology , 159:442-456 pdf

2013

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

2012

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

2009

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

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