2016

Amos Bouskila, Emmanuel Lourie, Shiri Sommer, Han de Vries, Zef M.
Hermans & Machteld van Dierendonck (2016) Similarity in sex and reproductive state, but not relatedness, influence the strength of association in the social network of feral horses in the Blauwe Kamer Nature Reserve, Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution, 61:2, 106-113.
To link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15659801.2016.1149921

Evers E, de Vries H, Spruijt BM, Sterck EHM (2016) Intermediate-term emotional bookkeeping is necessary for long-term reciprocal grooming partner preferences in an agent-based model of macaque groups. PeerJ 4:e1488. DOI 10.7717/peerj.1488. Supplemental information for this article can be found online at http://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.1488#supplemental-information.
Program code of the EMO-model: version14.3.zip

Junghans, AF; Sterck, EHM; Overduin-de Vries, A; Evers, C; De Ridder, DTD (2016) Defying Food - How Distance Determines Monkeys' Ability to Inhibit Reaching for Food. Frontiers in Psychology Vol 7, Article Number: 158, DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00158

Mulder I, van der Meer R, de Vries H, Sterck EHM (2016) The relationship between diet change and regurgitation and reingestion in captive chimpanzees. Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 4(4): 196-201.

Schlenker, Philippe, Chemla, Emmanuel, Schel, Anne M., Fuller, James, Gautier, Jean Pierre, Kuhn, Jeremy, Veselinovic, Dunja, Arnold, Kate, Cäsar, Cristiane, Keenan, Sumir, Lemasson, Alban, Ouattara, Karim, Ryder, Robin & Zuberbühler, Klaus (01-07-2016). Formal monkey linguistics - The debate. Theoretical Linguistics, 42 (1-2), (pp. 173-201) (29 p.).

Schlenker, Philippe, Chemla, Emmanuel, Schel, Anne M., Fuller, James, Gautier, Jean Pierre, Kuhn, Jeremy, Veselinovic, Dunja, Arnold, Kate, Cäsar, Cristiane, Keenan, Sumir, Lemasson, Alban, Ouattara, Karim, Ryder, Robin & Zuberbühler, Klaus (01-07-2016). Formal monkey linguistics. Theoretical Linguistics, 42 (1-2), (pp. 1-90) (90 p.).

Overduin-de Vries, A., Bakker, FAA, Spruijt, BM, Sterck, EHM (2016) Male long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) understand the target of facial threat. American Journal of Primatology.   DOI: 10.1002/ajp.22536

Versteegh, Maarten, Kuhn, Jeremy, Synnaeve, Gabriel, Ravaux, Lucie, Chemla, Emmanuel, Cäsar, Cristiane, Fuller, James, Murphy, Derek, Schel, Anne & Dunbar, Ewan (2016). Classification and automatic transcription of primate calls. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 140 (1).