Julia Fischer, Prof. Dr.

Cognitive Ethology Lab German Primate Center, Göttingen, Niedersachsen, Germany 
communication, cognition, social behavior, evolution
"Julia Fischer"
Cross-listing: Primatology Tree


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Dietmar Todt grad student 1993-1996 FU Berlin
Dorothy Cheney post-doc 1997-2000 Penn (Neurotree)
Robert M. Seyfarth post-doc 1997-2000 Penn (Neurotree)


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Elodie Ey grad student (Neurotree)
Gisela H. Fickenscher grad student 2010- German Primate Center (Primatology Tree)
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Fischer J, Wegdell F, Trede F, et al. (2020) Vocal convergence in a multi-level primate society: insights into the evolution of vocal learning. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20202531
Grueter CC, Qi X, Zinner D, et al. (2020) On Multifaceted Definitions of Multilevel Societies: Response to Papageorgiou and Farine. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Dal Pesco F, Fischer J. (2020) On the evolution of baboon greeting rituals. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 375: 20190420
Grueter CC, Qi X, Zinner D, et al. (2020) Multilevel Organisation of Animal Sociality. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Fischer J, Hammerschmidt K. (2020) Towards a new taxonomy of primate vocal production learning. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 375: 20190045
Fischer J. (2020) Nonhuman primate alarm calls then and now Animal Behavior and Cognition. 7
Fischer J, Higham JP, Alberts SC, et al. (2019) Insights into the evolution of social systems and species from baboon studies. Elife. 8
Altschul DM, Beran MJ, Bohn M, et al. (2019) Establishing an infrastructure for collaboration in primate cognition research. Plos One. 14: e0223675
Wegdell F, Hammerschmidt K, Fischer J. (2019) Conserved alarm calls but rapid auditory learning in monkey responses to novel flying objects. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Keupp S, Titchener R, Bugnyar T, et al. (2019) Competition is crucial for social comparison processes in long-tailed macaques. Biology Letters. 15: 20180784
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