Janet Mann
Janet Mann
Professor of Biology and Professor of Psychology, Georgetown University
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TitleCited byYear
The bottlenose dolphin
RC Connor, RS Wells, J Mann, AJ Read
Cetacean societies, 91-125, 2000
Encyclopedia of marine mammals
WF Perrin, B Würsig, JGM Thewissen
Academic Press, 2009
Decline in relative abundance of bottlenose dolphins exposed to long‐term disturbance
L Bejder, AMY Samuels, HAL Whitehead, N Gales, J Mann, R Connor, ...
Conservation Biology 20 (6), 1791-1798, 2006
Behavioral sampling methods for cetaceans: a review and critique
J Mann
Marine mammal science 15 (1), 102-122, 1999
Cultural transmission of tool use in bottlenose dolphins
M Krützen, J Mann, MR Heithaus, RC Connor, L Bejder, WB Sherwin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (25), 8939-8943, 2005
The photographic determination of group size, composition, and stability of coastal porpoises (Tursiops truncatus)
B Würsig, M Würsig
Science 198 (4318), 755-756, 1977
Female reproductive success in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp.): life history, habitat, provisioning, and group-size effects
J Mann, RC Connor, LM Barre, MR Heithaus
Behavioral Ecology 11 (2), 210-219, 2000
Behavioral development in wild bottlenose dolphin newborns (Tursiops sp.)
J Mann, B Smuts
Behaviour 136 (5), 529-566, 1999
Cetacean societies: field studies of dolphins and whales
J Mann, R Connor, H Whitehead, P Tyack
University of Chicago Press, 2000
Social evolution in toothed whales
RC Connor, J Mann, PL Tyack, H Whitehead
Trends in ecology & evolution 13 (6), 228-232, 1998
Sponge-carrying by Indian Ocean bottlenose dolphins: possible tool-use by a delphinid
RA Smolker, AF Richards, RC Connor, J Mann, P Berggren
Ethology 103 (6), 454-465, 1997
Use of signature whistles during separations and reunions by wild bottlenose dolphin mothers and infants
RA Smolker, J Mann, BB Smuts
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 33 (6), 393-402, 1993
male-male bonds among Indian Ocean bottlenose dolphins
J Mann
Homosexual behaviour in animals: An evolutionary perspective, 107, 2006
Female reproductive strategies of cetaceans
H Whitehead, J Mann
Cetacean societies: Field studies of dolphins and whales, 219-246, 2000
Like mother, like calf: the ontogeny of foraging traditions in wild Indian Ocean bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp.)
J Mann, B Sargeant
The biology of traditions: Models and evidence, 236-266, 2003
Natal attraction: allomaternal care and mother–infant separations in wild bottlenose dolphins
Animal Behaviour 55 (5), 1097-1113, 1998
Aggression in bottlenose dolphins: evidence for sexual coercion, male-male competition, and female tolerance through analysis of tooth-rake marks and behaviour
EM Scott, J Mann, JJ Watson-Capps, BL Sargeant, RC Connor
Behaviour 142 (1), 21-44, 2005
Social and genetic interactions drive fitness variation in a free-living dolphin population
CH Frère, M Krützen, J Mann, RC Connor, L Bejder, WB Sherwin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (46), 19949-19954, 2010
Nurturance or negligence: Maternal psychology and behavioral preference among preterm twins
J Mann
The adapted mind: Evolutionary psychology and the generation of culture, 367-390, 1992
Contrasting relatedness patterns in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp.) with different alliance strategies
M Krützen, WB Sherwin, RC Connor, LM Barré, T Van de Casteele, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
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