Joan B. Silk, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Anthropology Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
 Anthropology University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Area:
Biological Anthropology
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Cross-listing: Primatology Tree

Parents

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Peter S. Rodman grad student UC Davis (Primatology Tree)

Children

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Katie J. Hinde grad student Arizona State (Primatology Tree)
Monica A. Olson grad student 2002 UCLA (Primatology Tree)
Kimberly G. Duffy grad student 2006 UCLA (Primatology Tree)
Katherine J. Hinde grad student 2008 UCLA (Primatology Tree)
Bailey R. House grad student 2013 UCLA (Primatology Tree)
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House BR, Kanngiesser P, Barrett HC, et al. (2020) Social norms and cultural diversity in the development of third-party punishment. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20192794
Fischer J, Higham JP, Alberts SC, et al. (2019) Insights into the evolution of social systems and species from baboon studies. Elife. 8
House BR, Kanngiesser P, Barrett HC, et al. (2019) Universal norm psychology leads to societal diversity in prosocial behaviour and development. Nature Human Behaviour
Beehner J, Bergman T, Fischer J, et al. (2019) Dorothy L. Cheney (1950-2018). Nature Ecology & Evolution
Silk JB, Seyfarth RM, Cheney DL. (2016) Strategic Use of Affiliative Vocalizations by Wild Female Baboons. Plos One. 11: e0163978
Cheney DL, Silk JB, Seyfarth RM. (2016) Network connections, dyadic bonds and fitness in wild female baboons. Royal Society Open Science. 3: 160255
Silk JB, House BR. (2016) The evolution of altruistic social preferences in human groups. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 371
Silk JB. (2015) Unpaid researchers: Fieldwork grants would up diversity. Nature. 523: 158
Rosenbaum S, Hirwa JP, Silk JB, et al. (2015) Male rank, not paternity, predicts male-immature relationships inmountain gorillas, Gorilla beringei beringei Animal Behaviour. 104: 13-24
Silk JB. (2014) Mothers know best. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 18106-7
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