Charles H. Janson, PhD

Biological Sciences University of Montana, Missoula, MT 
socioecology, predation, cognition, life history
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Tujague MP, Janson CH. (2017) Wild capuchin monkeys anticipate the amount of ripe fruit in natural trees. Animal Cognition
Tujague MP, Janson CH, Lahitte HB. (2015) Long-Term Spatial Memory and Learning Set Formation in Captive Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus libidinosus = Sapajus cay) International Journal of Primatology. 36: 1067-1085
Janson C. (2014) Death of the (traveling) salesman: Primates do not show clear evidence of multi-step route planning American Journal of Primatology. 76: 410-420
Janson CH, Monzón J, Baldovino MC. (2014) Experimental analysis of predator and prey detection abilities in rainforest: Who has the advantage? Behaviour. 151: 1491-1512
Hirsch BT, Tujague MP, Di Blanco YE, et al. (2013) Comparing capuchins and coatis: Causes and consequences of differing movement ecology in two sympatric mammals Animal Behaviour. 86: 331-338
Cunningham EP, Janson CH. (2013) Effect of Fruit Scarcity on Use of Spatial Memory in a Seed Predator, White-faced Saki (Pithecia pithecia) International Journal of Primatology. 34: 808-822
Clutton-Brock T, Janson C. (2012) Primate socioecology at the crossroads: past, present, and future. Evolutionary Anthropology. 21: 136-50
Alfaro JW, Matthews L, Boyette AH, et al. (2012) Anointing variation across wild capuchin populations: a review of material preferences, bout frequency and anointing sociality in Cebus and Sapajus. American Journal of Primatology. 74: 299-314
Lynch Alfaro JW, Boubli JP, Olson LE, et al. (2012) Explosive Pleistocene range expansion leads to widespread Amazonian sympatry between robust and gracile capuchin monkeys Journal of Biogeography. 39: 272-288
Janson CH. (2012) Reconciling Rigor and Range: Observations, Experiments, and Quasi-experiments in Field Primatology International Journal of Primatology. 33: 520-541
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