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    • Early social exposure in wild chimpanzees: mothers with sons are more gregarious than mothers with daughters. 

      Murray, Carson M; Lonsdorf, Elizabeth V; Stanton, Margaret A; Wellens, Kaitlin R; Miller, Jordan A; Goodall, Jane; Pusey, Anne E (Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2014-12-23)
      In many mammals, early social experience is critical to developing species-appropriate adult behaviors. Although mother-infant interactions play an undeniably significant role in social development, other individuals in ...
    • Low demographic variability in wild primate populations: fitness impacts of variation, covariation, and serial correlation in vital rates. 

      Morris, William F; Altmann, Jeanne; Brockman, Diane K; Cords, Marina; Fedigan, Linda M; Pusey, Anne E; Stoinski, Tara S; ... (10 authors) (Am Nat, 2011-01)
      In a stochastic environment, long-term fitness can be influenced by variation, covariation, and serial correlation in vital rates (survival and fertility). Yet no study of an animal population has parsed the contributions ...
    • Maternal rank influences the outcome of aggressive interactions between immature chimpanzees 

      Markham, A Catherine; Lonsdorf, Elizabeth V; Pusey, Anne E; Murray, Carson M (Animal Behaviour, 2015-02-01)
      © 2014 The Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour.For many long-lived mammalian species, extended maternal investment has a profound effect on offspring integration in complex social environments. One component of ...
    • The emergence of longevous populations. 

      Colchero, Fernando; Rau, Roland; Jones, Owen R; Barthold, Julia A; Conde, Dalia A; Lenart, Adam; Nemeth, Laszlo; ... (21 authors) (Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2016-11-29)
      The human lifespan has traversed a long evolutionary and historical path, from short-lived primate ancestors to contemporary Japan, Sweden, and other longevity frontrunners. Analyzing this trajectory is crucial for understanding ...