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Gestural communication of the gorilla (Gorilla gorilla): repertoire, intentionality and possible origins
E Genty, T Breuer, C Hobaiter, RW Byrne
Animal cognition 12 (3), 527-546, 2009
2582009
Great ape gestures: intentional communication with a rich set of innate signals
RW Byrne, E Cartmill, E Genty, KE Graham, C Hobaiter, J Tanner
Animal cognition 20 (4), 755-769, 2017
1232017
Why do gorillas make sequences of gestures?
E Genty, RW Byrne
Animal cognition 13 (2), 287-301, 2010
932010
Multi-modal use of a socially directed call in bonobos
E Genty, Z Clay, C Hobaiter, K Zuberbühler
PloS one 9 (1), e84738, 2014
822014
Learning to suppress responses to the larger of two rewards in two species of lemurs, Eulemur fulvus and E. macaco
E Genty, C Palmier, JJ Roeder
Animal Behaviour 67 (5), 925-932, 2004
652004
Spatial reference in a bonobo gesture
E Genty, K Zuberbühler
Current Biology 24 (14), 1601-1605, 2014
612014
Bonobos modify communication signals according to recipient familiarity
CNKZ Emilie Genty
Scientific Reports 5 (16442), 2015
322015
Social play as joint action: A framework to study the evolution of shared intentionality as an interactional achievement
R Heesen, E Genty, F Rossano, K Zuberbühler, A Bangerter
Learning & Behavior 45 (4), 390-405, 2017
272017
Recognition of faces of known individuals in two lemur species (Eulemur fulvus and E. macaco)
L Marechal, E Genty, JJ Roeder
Animal Behaviour 79 (5), 1157-1163, 2010
272010
Time preferences in long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) and humans (Homo sapiens)
E Genty, H Karpel, A Silberberg
Animal Cognition 15 (6), 1161-1172, 2012
262012
Complex patterns of signalling to convey different social goals of sex in bonobos, Pan paniscus
E Genty, C Neumann, K Zuberbühler
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-13, 2015
252015
Self-control: why should sea lions, Zalophus californianus, perform better than primates?
E Genty, JJ Roeder
Animal Behaviour 72 (6), 1241-1247, 2006
252006
Can lemurs learn to deceive? A study in the black lemur (eulemur macaco).
E Genty, JJ Roeder
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 32 (2), 196, 2006
212006
Iconic gesturing in bonobos
E Genty, K Zuberbühler
Communicative & integrative biology 8 (1), e992742, 2015
202015
Transfer of self-control in black (Eulemur macaco) and brown (Eulemur fulvus) lemurs: choice of a less preferred food item under a reverse-reward contingency.
E Genty, JJ Roeder
Journal of Comparative Psychology 121 (4), 354, 2007
202007
Can brown lemurs (Eulemur fulvus) learn to deceive a human competitor?
E Genty, J Foltz, JJ Roeder
Animal cognition 11 (2), 255-266, 2008
152008
Testing brown lemurs (Eulemur fulvus) on the reverse-reward contingency task without a modified procedure
E Genty, PCS Chung, JJ Roeder
Behavioural Processes 86 (1), 133-137, 2011
142011
Brown Lemurs (Eulemur fulvus) can master the qualitative version of the reverse-reward contingency
Y Glady, É Genty, JJ Roeder
Plos one 7 (10), e48378, 2012
112012
Bonobos engage in joint commitment
R Heesen, A Bangerter, K Zuberbühler, F Rossano, K Iglesias, JP Guéry, ...
Science Advances 6 (51), eabd1306, 2020
92020
Vocal–gestural combinations in infant bonobos: new insights into signal functional specificity
E Genty
Animal Cognition 22 (4), 505-518, 2019
92019
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