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Potent social learning and conformity shape a wild primate’s foraging decisions
E Van de Waal, C Borgeaud, A Whiten
Science 340 (6131), 483-485, 2013
5062013
Selective attention to philopatric models causes directed social learning in wild vervet monkeys
E Van de Waal, N Renevey, CM Favre, R Bshary
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1691), 2105-2111, 2010
2042010
The pervasive role of social learning in primate lifetime development
A Whiten, E van de Waal
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72, 1-16, 2018
1512018
Social networks in primates: smart and tolerant species have more efficient networks
C Pasquaretta, M Levé, N Claidiere, E Van De Waal, A Whiten, ...
Scientific reports 4 (1), 7600, 2014
1432014
Social learning, culture and the ‘socio-cultural brain’of human and non-human primates
A Whiten, E van de Waal
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 82, 58-75, 2017
1132017
Payoff-and sex-biased social learning interact in a wild primate population
AEJ Bono, A Whiten, C van Schaik, M Krützen, F Eichenberger, ...
Current Biology 28 (17), 2800-2805. e4, 2018
1012018
Wild primates copy higher-ranked individuals in a social transmission experiment
C Canteloup, W Hoppitt, E van de Waal
Nature communications 11 (1), 459, 2020
672020
Wild vervet monkey infants acquire the food-processing variants of their mothers
E Van de Waal, R Bshary, A Whiten
Animal Behaviour 90, 41-45, 2014
642014
Infant access and handling in sooty mangabeys and vervet monkeys
C Fruteau, E van de Waal, E van Damme, R Noë
Animal Behaviour 81 (1), 153-161, 2011
632011
Similarity in food cleaning techniques within matrilines in wild vervet monkeys
E van de Waal, M Krützen, J Hula, J Goudet, R Bshary
PLoS One 7 (4), e35694, 2012
532012
Intergroup variation of social relationships in wild vervet monkeys: a dynamic network approach
C Borgeaud, S Sosa, R Bshary, C Sueur, E van de Waal
Frontiers in psychology 7, 915, 2016
482016
Social learning and spread of alternative means of opening an artificial fruit in four groups of vervet monkeys
E van de Waal, N Claidière, A Whiten
Animal Behaviour 85 (1), 71-76, 2013
462013
Contact with Human Facilities Appears to Enhance Technical Skills in Wild Vervet Monkeys (Chlorocebus aethiops)
E Van De Waal, R Bshary
Folia Primatologica 81 (5), 282-291, 2011
462011
Wild vervet monkeys copy alternative methods for opening an artificial fruit
E van de Waal, N Claidière, A Whiten
Animal Cognition 18, 617-627, 2015
432015
Culture and selective social learning in wild and captive primates
SK Watson, J Botting, A Whiten, E van de Waal
Evolution of primate social cognition, 211-230, 2018
402018
Spontaneous emergence, imitation and spread of alternative foraging techniques among groups of vervet monkeys
E van de Waal, A Whiten
Public Library of Science 7 (10), e47008, 2012
382012
Third-Party Ranks Knowledge in Wild Vervet Monkeys (Chlorocebus aethiops pygerythrus)
C Borgeaud, E van de Waal, R Bshary
PLoS One 8 (3), e58562, 2013
372013
Lack of conformity to new local dietary preferences in migrating captive chimpanzees
GL Vale, SJ Davis, E van de Waal, SJ Schapiro, SP Lambeth, A Whiten
Animal behaviour 124, 135-144, 2017
362017
Social-learning abilities of wild vervet monkeys in a two-step task artificial fruit experiment
E van de Waal, R Bshary
Animal Behaviour 81 (2), 433-438, 2011
362011
Social attention biases in juvenile wild vervet monkeys: implications for socialisation and social learning processes
M Grampp, C Sueur, E van de Waal, J Botting
Primates 60 (3), 261-275, 2019
332019
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