Lauren Brent, PhD

Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Duke University, Durham, NC 
"Lauren Brent"
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Kimock CM, Dubuc C, Brent LJN, et al. (2019) Male morphological traits are heritable but do not predict reproductive success in a sexually-dimorphic primate. Scientific Reports. 9: 19794
Ellis S, Snyder-Mackler N, Ruiz-Lambides A, et al. (2019) Deconstructing sociality: the types of social connections that predict longevity in a group-living primate. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20191991
Madlon-Kay S, Montague MJ, Brent LJN, et al. (2018) Weak effects of common genetic variation in oxytocin and vasopressin receptor genes on rhesus macaque social behavior. American Journal of Primatology. e22873
Larson SM, Ruiz-Lambides A, Platt ML, et al. (2018) Social network dynamics precede a mass eviction in group-living rhesus macaques. Animal Behaviour. 136: 185-193
Boyland NK, Mlynski DT, James R, et al. (2016) The social network structure of a dynamic group of dairy cows: From individual to group level patterns Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 174: 1-10
Watson KK, Li D, Brent LJ, et al. (2015) Genetic influences on social attention in free-ranging rhesus macaques. Animal Behaviour. 103: 267-275
Croft DP, Brent LJ, Franks DW, et al. (2015) The evolution of prolonged life after reproduction. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Brent LJ. (2015) Friends of friends: are indirect connections in social networks important to animal behaviour? Animal Behaviour. 103: 211-222
Brent LJ, Franks DW, Foster EA, et al. (2015) Ecological knowledge, leadership, and the evolution of menopause in killer whales. Current Biology : Cb. 25: 746-50
Dubuc C, Winters S, Allen WL, et al. (2014) Sexually selected skin colour is heritable and related to fecundity in a non-human primate. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 281: 20141602
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