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Brandon Wheeler
Brandon Wheeler
School of Anthropology & Conservation, University of Kent
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Functionally referential signals: a promising paradigm whose time has passed
BC Wheeler, J Fischer
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 21 (5), 195-205, 2012
2592012
Monkeys crying wolf? Tufted capuchin monkeys use anti-predator calls to usurp resources from conspecifics
BC Wheeler
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1669), 3013-3018, 2009
2002009
Variation in grouping patterns, mating systems and social structure: what socio-ecological models attempt to explain
A Koenig, CJ Scarry, BC Wheeler, C Borries
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 368 …, 2013
1172013
Selfish or altruistic? An analysis of alarm call function in wild capuchin monkeys, Cebus apella nigritus
BC Wheeler
Animal Behaviour 76 (5), 1465-1475, 2008
1082008
Production and perception of situationally variable alarm calls in wild tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella nigritus)
BC Wheeler
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 64, 989-1000, 2010
982010
Rates of agonism among female primates: a cross-taxon perspective
BC Wheeler, CJ Scarry, A Koenig
Behavioral Ecology 24 (6), 1369-1380, 2013
742013
Is there any evidence for vocal learning in chimpanzee food calls?
J Fischer, BC Wheeler, JP Higham
Current Biology 25 (21), R1028-R1029, 2015
632015
Methodological Considerations in the Analysis of Fecal Glucocorticoid Metabolites in Tufted Capuchins (Cebus apella)
BC Wheeler, B Tiddi, U Kalbitzer, E Visalberghi, M Heistermann
International Journal of Primatology 34, 879-898, 2013
462013
Proximate factors underpinning receiver responses to deceptive false alarm calls in wild tufted capuchin monkeys: is it counterdeception?
BC Wheeler, K Hammerschmidt
American journal of primatology 75 (7), 715-725, 2013
422013
The blurred boundaries of functional reference: a response to Scarantino & Clay
BC Wheeler, J Fischer
Animal Behaviour 100, e9-e13, 2015
382015
Predictors of orbital convergence in primates: A test of the snake detection hypothesis of primate evolution
BC Wheeler, BJ Bradley, JM Kamilar
Journal of Human Evolution 61 (3), 233-242, 2011
382011
Decrease in alarm call response among tufted capuchins in competitive feeding contexts: possible evidence for counterdeception
BC Wheeler
International journal of primatology 31, 665-675, 2010
342010
Communication
BC Wheeler, WA Searcy, MH Christiansen, MC Corballis, J Fischer, ...
272011
Competition-induced stress does not explain deceptive alarm calling in tufted capuchin monkeys
BC Wheeler, B Tiddi, M Heistermann
Animal Behaviour 93, 49-58, 2014
232014
Female behavioral proceptivity functions as a probabilistic signal of fertility, not female quality, in a New World primate
B Tiddi, BC Wheeler, M Heistermann
Hormones and Behavior 73, 148-155, 2015
212015
Violence among our close relatives: aggression in non-human primate societies.
D ZINNER, BC WHEELER
Aggression in Humans and Other Primates: Biology, Psychology, Sociology, 41-86, 2012
19*2012
Experimental evidence for heterospecific alarm signal recognition via associative learning in wild capuchin monkeys
BC Wheeler, M Fahy, B Tiddi
Animal Cognition 22 (5), 687-695, 2019
162019
The vocal repertoire of the black-horned capuchin (Cebus [Sapajus] nigritus): an acoustic and contextual analysis
MS Di Bitetti, BC Wheeler
Sociedad Argentina para Estudio de los Mamíferos, 2017
152017
Feeling anxious? The mechanisms of vocal deception in tufted capuchin monkeys
D Kean, B Tiddi, M Fahy, M Heistermann, G Schino, BC Wheeler
Animal Behaviour 130, 37-46, 2017
142017
Congruence of Tail Use Behaviors between Male and Female Mantled Howling Monkeys (Alouatta palliata)
B Wheeler, P Ungar
Folia Primatologica 72 (5), 292-297, 2002
122002
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