Valéria Romano
Valéria Romano
IRD postdoctoral fellow - IMBE, Aix Marseille Uni, Avignon Uni, CNRS, IRD
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Network centrality and seasonality interact to predict lice load in a social primate
J Duboscq, V Romano, C Sueur, A MacIntosh
Scientific Reports, 2016
Modeling infection transmission in primate networks to predict centrality‐based risk
V Romano, J Duboscq, C Sarabian, E Thomas, C Sueur, AJJ MacIntosh
American Journal of Primatology 78 (7), 767-779, 2016
Social information transmission in animals: lessons from studies of diffusion
J Duboscq, V Romano, A MacIntosh, C Sueur
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 1147, 2016
Mechanisms of network evolution: a focus on socioecological factors, intermediary mechanisms, and selection pressures
C Sueur, V Romano, S Sosa, I Puga-Gonzalez
Primates, 1-15, 2019
Stemming the flow: information, infection and social evolution
V Romano, A MacIntosh, C Sueur
Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 2020
Social transmission in networks: global efficiency peaks with intermediate levels of modularity
V Romano, M Shen, J Pansanel, AJJ MacIntosh, C Sueur
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 72 (9), 1-10, 2018
Scratch that itch: revisiting links between self-directed behaviour and parasitological, social and environmental factors in a free-ranging primate
J Duboscq, V Romano, C Sueur, AJJ MacIntosh
Royal Society Open Science 3 (11), 160571, 2016
A multilevel analytical framework for studying cultural evolution in prehistoric hunter–gatherer societies
V Romano, S Lozano, J Fernández‐López de Pablo
Biological Reviews 95 (4), 1020-1035, 2020
The tradeoff between information and pathogen transmission in animal societies
V Romano, C Sueur, AJJ MacIntosh
Oikos, 2021
Unraveling the dispersal patterns and the social drivers of natal emigration of a cooperative breeding mammal, the golden lion tamarin
V Romano, AF Martins, CR Ruiz‐Miranda
American Journal of Primatology 81 (3), e22959, 2019
Reconstructing social networks of Late Glacial and Holocene hunter–gatherers to understand cultural evolution
V Romano, S Lozano, J Fernández-López de Pablo
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 377 (1843), 20200318, 2021
Opposing Forces of Social Attraction and Social Avoidance Drive Network Modularity
V Romano, I Puga-Gonzalez, A MacIntosh, C Sueur
SSRN Electronic Journal - Cell Press Sneak Peek, 2020
Understanding hunter–gatherer cultural evolution needs network thinking
JFL de Pablo, V Romano, M Derex, E Gjesfjeld, C Gravel-Miguel, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2022
Mountain Gorillas benefit from social distancing too: Close proximity from tourists affects gorillas' sociality
R Costa, V Romano, AS Pereira, JDA Hart, A MacIntosh, M Hayashi
EcoEvoRxiv, 2022
Host and pathogen drivers of infection-induced changes in social aggregation behavior
V Romano, A Lussiana, KM Monteith, AJJ MacIntosh, PF Vale
bioRxiv, 2022
Modelling Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherer Networks for the Study of Cultural Evolution
V Romano, S Lozano, C Cucart-Mora, M Gomez Puche, ...
Folia Primatologica 91 (3), 271-271, 2019
Social Behavior and Infectious Disease
J Duboscq, V Romano, AJJ MacIntosh
Encyclopedia of Animal Behaviour, 2019
Las voces de los primates neotropicales:¿ qué dicen?
CB Caselli, V Romano, CR Ruiz-Miranda, RGT da Cunha
La Primatología en Latinoamérica 2 (Primatology in Latin America 2) 2, 267-282, 2018
Social networks as a trade-off between optimal information transmission and reduced disease transmission
VR de Paula
Université de Strasbourg, 2017
One step at a time in investigating relationships between self-directed behaviours and parasitological, social and environmental variables
J Duboscq, V Romano, C Sueur, AJJ MacIntosh
Royal Society Open Science 4 (8), 170461, 2017
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