Jason M. Kamilar, Ph.D.

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2006 Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States 
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socioecology, predation, cognition, life history
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Charles H. Janson grad student 2006 SUNY Stony Brook
 (Geographic variation in primate behavior and ecology: From populations to communities.)
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Godfrey LR, Samonds KE, Baldwin JW, et al. (2020) Mid-Cenozoic climate change, extinction, and faunal turnover in Madagascar, and their bearing on the evolution of lemurs. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 20: 97
Tapanes E, Anestis S, Kamilar JM, et al. (2020) Does facial hair greying in chimpanzees provide a salient progressive cue of aging? Plos One. 15: e0235610
Kamilar JM. (2020) Classic Contributions in Evolutionary Anthropology. Evolutionary Anthropology
Rowan J, Beaudrot L, Franklin J, et al. (2019) Geographically divergent evolutionary and ecological legacies shape mammal biodiversity in the global tropics and subtropics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Baden AL, Mancini AN, Federman S, et al. (2019) Anthropogenic pressures drive population genetic structuring across a Critically Endangered lemur species range. Scientific Reports. 9: 16276
Best A, Lieberman DE, Kamilar JM. (2019) Diversity and evolution of human eccrine sweat gland density. Journal of Thermal Biology. 84: 331-338
Petersdorf M, Weyher AH, Kamilar JM, et al. (2019) Sexual selection in the Kinda baboon. Journal of Human Evolution. 135: 102635
Kamilar J. (2019) Decision letter: Insights into the evolution of social systems and species from baboon studies Elife
Fuchs AJ, Gilbert CC, Kamilar JM. (2018) Ecological niche modeling of the genus Papio. American Journal of Physical Anthropology
Best A, Kamilar JM. (2018) The evolution of eccrine sweat glands in human and nonhuman primates. Journal of Human Evolution. 117: 33-43
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