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Folia Primatol (2014) 85 (3): 192–199.
Published Online: 09 August 2014
...Juliana Monteiro de Almeida Rocha; Paula Pedreira dos Reis; Leonardo de Carvalho Oliveira During play, primates may become more vulnerable to predation. Our goal was to examine the potential role of predation risk on the play behavior of 3 groups of golden-headed lion tamarin, Leontopithecus...
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Folia Primatol (1993) 60 (1-2): 28–35.
Published Online: 12 September 2008
...Zi-Yun Deng The development of infant Mαcαcα thibetαnα was studied at Mount Emei, China, and compared to that of other macaque species. It was found that there are many common features in the process of infant socialization in species of the genus Mαcαcα: mothers play an important and active role...
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Folia Primatol (1990) 55 (1): 33–40.
Published Online: 12 September 2008
... to in the content or advertisements. Pan troglodytes Socialization Ontogeny Play Proximity Folia Primatol 1990;55:33-40 Peer Interaction in Infant Chimpanzees1 Michael Tomaselloa-b, Deborah A. Gustb, Andrea Evansa aDepartment of Psychology and bYerkes Regional Primate Research Center, Emory...
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Folia Primatol (1983) 41 (1-2): 1–33.
Published Online: 11 September 2008
... to carry an infant, its mother usually follows behind them. When a nullipara carries an infant and begins to climb a tree, its mother continues to watch the pair until they sit. The mother may move to beneath the tree and wait until they climb down. A mother occasionally joins in playful interactions...
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Folia Primatol (1989) 52 (3-4): 178–184.
Published Online: 11 September 2008
... to a powerful scalp musculature. Vocalizations are usually absent. Nev­ ertheless, breathing and soft grunts are some­ times heard during play. During affiliative (non-playful) interactions, loud grunts may be emitted during the process of exposing or covering the teeth, although the onset of the expression...
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Folia Primatol (1988) 50 (1-2): 152–156.
Published Online: 11 September 2008
...Nobuo Masataka; Masanori Kohda It is well known that, among mammals, specific play vocalizations are produced exclusively by certain nonhuman primate species. In order to investigate the functional significance of these calls, we examined their phyletic distribution among New World and Old World...
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Folia Primatol (1987) 49 (1): 1–10.
Published Online: 11 September 2008
... on association showed that mother-infant and mother-yearling bonds were the strongest. Adult females and 2- to 4-year-old juveniles were commonly found in association. Adult males and 3- to 7-year-old males infrequently associated with each other apart from the alpha male and the beta male. Play mainly occurred...
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Folia Primatol (1986) 46 (3): 173–182.
Published Online: 11 September 2008
... (not play partners) to the presence of playful activity. 11 9 2008 © 1986 S. Karger AG, Basel 1986 Copyright / Drug Dosage / Disclaimer Copyright: All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be translated into other languages, reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means...
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Folia Primatol (1985) 44 (3-4): 148–160.
Published Online: 11 September 2008
... sodes than did females (table VIII). Copulation in Playful Context Copulations sometimes occurred in play­ ful context. Those copulations were perfor­ med only by juvenile and early adolescent males (TB, AJ, and NS). 7 copulations occur­ red within play with the same individual other than the female...
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Folia Primatol (1971) 15 (3-4): 161–182.
Published Online: 09 September 2008
... the infant became socially playful that juve­ nile males showed much interest in it. There was no indication of any strong orientation of juvenile females toward their newborn siblings (table III). This is probably because all vervet females were relatively permissive so juvenile females would be attracted...
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Folia Primatol (1971) 14 (3-4): 171–181.
Published Online: 09 September 2008
...Pamela Roberts The grooming, play, sexual and other encounters among a group of 8 Galago crassicaudatus were recorded over a 5-week period. No clear-cut patterns of dominance or territoriality emerged. Individual preferences and aversions among the animals were evident, and such idiosyncrasies may...
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Folia Primatol (1972) 17 (5-6): 397–403.
Published Online: 09 September 2008
...D.M. Rumbaugh; A.H. Riesen; Sue C. Wright A study with 6 young great apes suggests that problem-solving skills and creative responsiveness in play with new materials is in part a reflection of experience that entails the use of a variety of test materials for each of a series of tasks. Great ape...
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Folia Primatol (2001) 71 (6): 417–421.
Published Online: 17 January 2001
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Play Social cognition Neocortex Comparative method Independent contrasts Brief Report Folia Primatol 2000;71:417 421 Received: March 2, 2000 Accepted: May 2, 2000...