Charles Janson
Charles Janson
Stony Brook University; The University of Montana
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Adaptation of fruit morphology to dispersal agents in a neotropical forest
CH Janson
Science 219 (4581), 187-189, 1983
The relationship between seed size and establishment conditions in tropical woody plants
S Foster, CH Janson
Ecology 66 (3), 773-780, 1985
Predicting group size in primates: foraging costs and predation risks
CH Janson, ML Goldsmith
Behavioral Ecology 6 (3), 326-336, 1995
The socioecology of primate groups
J Terborgh, CH Janson
Annual review of ecology and systematics 17 (1), 111-136, 1986
Ecological risk aversion in juvenile primates: slow and steady wins the race
CH Janson
Juvenile primates: Life history, development, and behavior, 57-74, 1993
Aggresive competition and individual food consumption in wild brown capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella)
C Janson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 18 (2), 125-138, 1985
Infanticide by males and its implications
CP Van Schaik, CH Janson
Cambridge University Press, 2000
Female Choice and Mating System of the Brown Capuchin Monkey Cebus apella (Primates: Cebidae)
CH Janson
Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie 65 (3), 177-200, 1984
7. Capuchins, Squirrel Monkeys, and Atelines: Socioecological Convergence with Old World Pritnates
JG Robinson, CH Janson
Primate societies, 69-82, 2008
Recognizing the many faces of primate food competition: methods
CH Janson, CP Van Schaik
Behaviour 105 (1/2), 165-186, 1988
Experimental evidence for spatial memory in foraging wild capuchin monkeys, Cebus apella
CH Janson
Animal behaviour 55 (5), 1229-1243, 1998
Colors of fruit displays of bird-dispersed plants in two tropical forests
NT Wheelwright, CH Janson
The American Naturalist 126 (6), 777-799, 1985
Food competition in brown capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella): quantitative effects of group size and tree productivity
CH Janson
Behaviour 105 (1-2), 53-76, 1988
Morphological and behavioral adaptations for foraging in generalist primates: the case of the cebines
CH Janson, S Boinski
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 88 (4), 483-498, 1992
Explosive Pleistocene range expansion leads to widespread Amazonian sympatry between robust and gracile capuchin monkeys
JW Lynch Alfaro, JP Boubli, LE Olson, A Di Fiore, B Wilson, ...
Journal of biogeography 39 (2), 272-288, 2012
Ecological structure of the nonflying mammal community at Cocha Cashu biological station, Manu National Park, Peru
CH Janson, LH Emmons
Four neotropical rainforests. Yale University Press, New Haven, 314-338, 1990
The Soul of Wit
HW Janson
SOURCE: Notes in the History of Art 1 (1), 1-2, 1981
l4* Resources and primate community structure
CH Janson, CA Chapman
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Social foraging and the finder's share in capuchin monkeys, Cebus apella
MS Di Bitetti, CH Janson
Animal Behaviour 62 (1), 47-56, 2001
Evolutionary ecology of primate social structure
CH Janson
Evolutionary ecology and human behavior, 95-130, 2017
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