Eduardo Benedicto Ottoni, PhD

Affiliations: 
Experimental Psychology University of São Paulo, São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil 
Area:
Primatology
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Falótico T, Verderane MP, Mendonça-Furtado O, et al. (2017) Food or threat? Wild capuchin monkeys (Sapajus libidinosus) as both predators and prey of snakes. Primates; Journal of Primatology
Cardoso RM, Ottoni EB. (2016) The effects of tradition on problem solving by two wild populations of bearded capuchin monkeys in a probing task. Biology Letters. 12
Corat C, Siqueira J, Ottoni EB. (2015) Sequential organization and optimization of the nut-cracking behavior of semi-free tufted capuchin monkeys (Sapajus sp.). Primates; Journal of Primatology
Coelho CG, Falótico T, Izar P, et al. (2015) Social learning strategies for nut-cracking by tufted capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.). Animal Cognition. 18: 911-9
Mendes FD, Cardoso RM, Ottoni EB, et al. (2015) Diversity of nutcracking tool sites used by Sapajus libidinosus in Brazilian Cerrado. American Journal of Primatology. 77: 535-46
Sampaio AAS, Ottoni EB, Benvenuti MFL. (2015) Angelo augusto silva sampaio. universidade federal do vale do são Francisco | A análise do comportamento no contexto do estudo evolucionista do comportamento social e da cultura Estudos De Psicologia. 20: 127-138
Falótico T, Ottoni EB. (2014) Sexual bias in probe tool manufacture and use by wild bearded capuchin monkeys. Behavioural Processes. 108: 117-22
Aguiar LM, Cardoso RM, Back JP, et al. (2014) Tool use in urban populations of capuchin monkeys sapajus spp. (Primates: Cebidae) Zoologia. 31: 516-519
Falótico T, Ottoni EB. (2013) Stone throwing as a sexual display in wild female bearded capuchin monkeys, Sapajus libidinosus. Plos One. 8: e79535
Fragaszy DM, Greenberg R, Visalberghi E, et al. (2010) How wild bearded capuchin monkeys select stones and nuts to minimize the number of strikes per nut cracked Animal Behaviour. 80: 205-214
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