Brendan J Barrett
Brendan J Barrett
University of Konstanz & Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior
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Pay-off-biased social learning underlies the diffusion of novel extractive foraging traditions in a wild primate
BJ Barrett, RL McElreath, SE Perry
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1856), 20170358, 2017
Habitual stone-tool aided extractive foraging in white-faced capuchins, Cebus capucinus
BJ Barrett, CM Monteza-Moreno, T Dogandžić, N Zwyns, A IbaŮez, ...
Royal Society Open Science 5 (8), 181002, 2018
Older, sociable capuchins (Cebus capucinus) invent more social behaviors, but younger monkeys innovate more in other contexts
SE Perry, BJ Barrett, I Godoy
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (30), 7806-7813, 2017
Equifinality in empirical studies of cultural transmission
BJ Barrett
Behavioural Processes 161, 129 - 138, 2019
Counter-culture: does social learning help or hinder adaptive response to human-induced rapid environmental change?
B Barrett, E Zepeda, L Pollack, A Munson, A Sih
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 183, 2019
Challenges of learning to escape evolutionary traps
AL Greggor, PC Trimmer, BJ Barrett, A Sih
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 408, 2019
Male–female relationships in olive baboons (Papio anubis): Parenting or mating effort?
V Stšdele, ER Roberts, BJ Barrett, SC Strum, L Vigilant, JB Silk
Journal of Human Evolution 127, 81-92, 2019
Processing of novel food reveals payoff and rank-biased social learning in a wild primate
C Canteloup, MB Cera, BJ Barrett, E van de Waal
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 9550, 2021
Female–male relationships influence the form of female–female relationships in olive baboons, Papio anubis
JB Silk, ER Roberts, BJ Barrett, SK Patterson, SC Strum
Animal behaviour 131, 89-98, 2017
White-Faced Capuchin, Cebus capucinus imitator, Hammerstone and Anvil Tool Use in Riparian Habitats on Coiba Island, Panama
CM Monteza-Moreno, T Dogandžić, KA McLean, PL Castillo-Caballero, ...
International Journal of Primatology, 2020
Cultural diffusion dynamics depend on behavioural production rules
M Chimento, BJ Barrett, A Kandler, LM Aplin
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1980), 20221001, 2022
The evolution of bequeathal in stable habitats
PMR Clarke, MB McElreath, BJ Barrett, KE Mabry, RL McElreath
Ecology and Evolution 8 (21), 10594-10607, 2018
Coupling of coastal activity with tidal cycles is stronger in tool-using capuchins (Cebus capucinus imitator)
Z Goldsborough, MC Crofoot, SE Alavi, E Del Rosario-Vargas, SF Garza, ...
Royal Society Open Science 10 (9), 230355, 2023
The Importance of Representative Sampling for Home Range Estimation in Field Primatology
OT Jacobson, MC Crofoot, S Perry, K Hench, BJ Barrett, G Finerty
International Journal of Primatology, 1-33, 2023
Differentiated drivers in wildlife-induced damage necessitate species-specific mitigation strategies in the western Serengeti, Tanzania
KD Snyder, KM Tiedeman, BJ Barrett, M Kibwe, RJ Hijmans, ...
Biological Conservation 285, 110202, 2023
Inferential power in identifying frequency‐dependent social learning strengthened by increasing behavioural options
BJ Barrett
Journal of Animal Ecology 92 (8), 1532-1544, 2023
Rapid environmental change in games: complications and counter-intuitive outcomes
PC Trimmer, BJ Barrett, R McElreath, A Sih
Scientific reports 9 (1), 7373, 2019
Male‐biased stone tool use by wild white‐faced capuchins (Cebus†capucinus imitator)
Z Goldsborough, MC Crofoot, BJ Barrett
American Journal of Primatology, e23594, 2024
A new approach to geostatistical synthesis of historical records reveals capuchin spatial responses to climate and demographic change
OT Jacobson, BJ Barrett, SE Perry, GE Finerty, KM Tiedeman, MC Crofoot
Ecology Letters 27 (5), e14443, 2024
Niche expansion of capuchin monkeys to forest floor on guild‐reduced islands increases interspecific spatio‐temporal overlap
LA Fox‐Rosales, CM Monteza‐Moreno, BJ Barret, Z Goldsborough, ...
Biotropica, e13315, 2024
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