Jeanne Altmann, Ph.D.

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
"Jeanne Altmann"
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Michael L. Wilson research assistant 1992-1994 Chicago (Neurotree)
Susan C. Alberts grad student Chicago (Evolution Tree)
Caitlin Barale grad student Princeton
Michael E. Pereira grad student 1979-1984 Chicago (Neurotree)
Juliet Furneaux Noor grad student 1995 Chicago
Karen Koeninger Ryan grad student 2000 Chicago (Neurotree)
Kerri Smith grad student 2000 Chicago
Tatjana C. Good grad student 2004 Princeton
Nga Nguyen grad student 2006 Princeton
Patrick O. Onyango grad student 2011 Princeton
Catherine C. Markham grad student 2012 Princeton
Jacinta Beehner post-doc Princeton (Neurotree)
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Gesquiere LR, Altmann J, Archie EA, et al. (2018) Interbirth intervals in wild baboons: Environmental predictors and hormonal correlates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology
Akinyi MY, Gesquiere LR, Franz M, et al. (2017) Hormonal correlates of natal dispersal and rank attainment in wild male baboons. Hormones and Behavior
Campos FA, Morris WF, Alberts SC, et al. (2017) Does climate variability influence the demography of wild primates? Evidence from long-term life-history data in seven species. Global Change Biology
Zipple MN, Grady JH, Gordon JB, et al. (2017) Conditional fetal and infant killing by male baboons. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
Colchero F, Rau R, Jones OR, et al. (2016) The emergence of longevous populations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Tung J, Archie EA, Altmann J, et al. (2016) Cumulative early life adversity predicts longevity in wild baboons. Nature Communications. 7: 11181
Beehner JC, Gesquiere L, Seyfarth RM, et al. (2016) Corrigendum to "Testosterone related to age and life-history stages in male baboons and geladas" [Horm. Behav. 56/4 (2009) 472-480]. Hormones and Behavior. 80: 149
Bronikowski AM, Cords M, Alberts SC, et al. (2016) Female and male life tables for seven wild primate species. Scientific Data. 3: 160006
Franz M, Altmann J, Alberts SC. (2015) Knockouts of high-ranking males have limited impact on baboon social networks. Current Zoology. 61: 107-113
Fitzpatrick CL, Altmann J, Alberts SC. (2015) Exaggerated sexual swellings and male mate choice in primates: testing the reliable indicator hypothesis in the Amboseli baboons. Animal Behaviour. 104: 175-185
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