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Katie E. Slocombe
Katie E. Slocombe
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The evolution of self-control
EL MacLean, B Hare, CL Nunn, E Addessi, F Amici, RC Anderson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (20), E2140-E2148, 2014
6862014
Chimpanzees modify recruitment screams as a function of audience composition
KE Slocombe, K Zuberbühler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (43), 17228-17233, 2007
3742007
Chimpanzee alarm call production meets key criteria for intentionality
AM Schel, SW Townsend, Z Machanda, K Zuberbühler, KE Slocombe
PloS one 8 (10), e76674, 2013
3212013
Functionally referential communication in a chimpanzee
KE Slocombe, K Zuberbühler
Current Biology 15 (19), 1779-1784, 2005
2812005
Primate communication: a multimodal approach
K Liebal, BM Waller, KE Slocombe, AM Burrows
Cambridge University Press, 2014
2392014
Vocal learning in the functionally referential food grunts of chimpanzees
SK Watson, SW Townsend, AM Schel, C Wilke, EK Wallace, L Cheng, ...
Current Biology 25 (4), 495-499, 2015
2032015
The language void: the need for multimodality in primate communication research
KE Slocombe, BM Waller, K Liebal
Animal Behaviour 81 (5), 919-924, 2011
1762011
Primate vocal communication: a useful tool for understanding human speech and language evolution?
P Fedurek, KE Slocombe
Human biology 83 (2), 153-173, 2011
1692011
Female-led infanticide in wild chimpanzees
SW Townsend, KE Slocombe, ME Thompson, K Zuberbühler
Current Biology 17 (10), R355-R356, 2007
1662007
Exorcising G rice's ghost: An empirical approach to studying intentional communication in animals
SW Townsend, SE Koski, RW Byrne, KE Slocombe, B Bickel, M Boeckle, ...
Biological Reviews 92 (3), 1427-1433, 2017
1632017
Agonistic screams in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) vary as a function of social role.
KE Slocombe, K Zuberbühler
Journal of Comparative Psychology 119 (1), 67, 2005
1592005
Food-associated calls in chimpanzees: responses to food types or food preferences?
KE Slocombe, K Zuberbühler
Animal behaviour 72 (5), 989-999, 2006
1542006
Chimpanzee food calls are directed at specific individuals
AM Schel, Z Machanda, SW Townsend, K Zuberbühler, KE Slocombe
Animal behaviour 86 (5), 955-965, 2013
1362013
Production of food-associated calls in wild male chimpanzees is dependent on the composition of the audience
KE Slocombe, T Kaller, L Turman, SW Townsend, S Papworth, P Squibbs, ...
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 64 (12), 1959-1966, 2010
1282010
Pant hoot chorusing and social bonds in male chimpanzees
P Fedurek, ZP Machanda, AM Schel, KE Slocombe
Animal Behaviour 86 (1), 189-196, 2013
1102013
Wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) distinguish between different scream types: evidence from a playback study
KE Slocombe, SW Townsend, K Zuberbühler
Animal cognition 12 (3), 441-449, 2009
1042009
The acoustic structure of chimpanzee pant-hooting facilitates chorusing
P Fedurek, AM Schel, KE Slocombe
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 67 (11), 1781-1789, 2013
802013
Chimpanzees extract social information from agonistic screams
KE Slocombe, T Kaller, J Call, K Zuberbühler
PLoS One 5 (7), e11473, 2010
802010
Network analysis of social changes in a captive chimpanzee community following the successful integration of two adult groups
AM Schel, B Rawlings, N Claidiere, C Wilke, J Wathan, J Richardson, ...
American Journal of Primatology 75 (3), 254-266, 2013
642013
Infants’ intentionally communicative vocalizations elicit responses from caregivers and are the best predictors of the transition to language: A longitudinal investigation of …
E Donnellan, C Bannard, ML McGillion, KE Slocombe, D Matthews
Developmental Science 23 (1), e12843, 2020
582020
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