Louise R. Peckre
Louise R. Peckre
Cognitive Ethology Unit, German Primate Center
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Clarifying and expanding the social complexity hypothesis for communicative complexity
LR Peckre, PM Kappeler, C Fichtel
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73 (1), 11, 2019
Potential self-medication using millipede secretions in red-fronted lemurs: combining anointment and ingestion for a joint action against gastrointestinal parasites?
LR Peckre, C Defolie, PM Kappeler, C Fichtel
Primates 59, 483-494, 2018
Holding-on: co-evolution between infant carrying and grasping behaviour in strepsirrhines
LR Peckre, AC Fabre, CE Wall, D Brewer, E Ehmke, D Haring, E Shaw, ...
Scientific reports 6, 37729, 2016
Dominance style is a key predictor of vocal use and evolution across nonhuman primates
E Kavanagh
Royal Society for Open Science, 2021
Food properties influence grasping strategies in strepsirrhines
LR Peckre, AC Fabre, J Hambuckers, CE Wall, L Socias Martínez, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2019
Does the shape of forelimb long bones co-vary with grasping behaviour in strepsirrhine primates?
AC Fabre, LR Peckre, E Pouydebat, CE Wall
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2018
Remotely releasable collar mechanism for medium-sized mammals: an affordable technology to avoid multiple captures
HS Jeroen M. M. Buil, Louise R. Peckre, Matthias Dörge, Claudia Fichtel ...
Wildlife Biology Journal 2019, 2019
Food mobility and the evolution of grasping behaviour: a case study in strepsirrhine primates
LR Peckre, A Lowie, D Brewer, E Ehmke, K Welser, E Shaw, C Wall, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 222 (20), jeb207688, 2019
What is simple is actually quite complex: A critical note on terminology in the domain of language and communication.
L Raviv, LR Peckre, C Boeckx
Journal of Comparative Psychology 136 (4), 215, 2022
Sex differences in audience effects on anogenital scent marking in the red-fronted lemur
LR Peckre, A Michiels, L Socias-Martinez, PM Kappeler, C Fichtel
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 5266, 2022
A review of nose picking in primates with new evidence of its occurrence in Daubentonia madagascariensis
AC Fabre, RP Miguez, CE Wall, LR Peckre, E Ehmke, R Boistel
Journal of Zoology, 2022
Are trapping data still suited for home range estimation? An analysis with various estimators, asymptotic models and data ordering procedures
L Socias-Martínez, LR Peckre, MJ Noonan
bioRxiv, 2022.03. 15.484432, 2022
Evolutionary History of food Withdraw Movements in Primates: Food Withdraw is Mediated by Nonvisual Strategies in 22 Species of Strepsirrhines
LR Peckre, AC Fabre, CE Wall, E Pouydebat, IQ Whishaw
Evolutionary biology 50 (2), 206-223, 2023
Are trapping data suited for home-range estimation?
L Socias-Martínez, LR Peckre, MJ Noonan
Ecography, 2023
Measuring communicative complexity across modalities: a new framework in the context of the “social complexity hypothesis” and its application in true lemurs
LR Peckre
Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen, Germany, 2021
The Primates 2020 Social Impact Award
T Matsuzawa
Primates 62 (1), 3-4, 2021
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