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PUBLICATIONS AND CONGRESS ACTIVITY

Publications

Sirianni G., Mundry R. and Boesch C. (2014). When to choose which tool: multidimensional and conditional selection of nut-cracking hammers in wild chimpanzees. Animal Behaviour (in press)

Sirianni G. and Visalberghi V. (2013). Wild Bearded Capuchins Process Cashew Nuts Without Contacting Caustic Compounds. American Journal of Primatology 75, 387-393. DOI:10.1002/ajp.22119

Visalberghi E., Sirianni G. (2011) How wild bearded capuchin monkeys deal with the toxic compounds of Anacardium occidentale. Folia primatologica 82, 321–402. (abstract) DOI: 10.1159/000337909

Carosi M., Sirianni G., Bastianelli G., Santurbano G., Cozzolino R. (2008). A Case of Prolonged ‘Infant Handling’ and Carrying by a Pregnant Group-Living Tonkean Macaque Female (Macaca tonkeana). Folia Primatologica 79, 123-159. (abstract) DOI:10.1159/000111109

Paper in Preparation

Brian W Stone; Qing Liu; Giulia Sirianni; Tephillah Jeyaraj; Melanie BuschDienstfertig; Marianne I Christel; Elisabetta Visalberghi; Josh Vickers; Dorothy M Fragaszy. Vigilance in capuchin monkeys: Temporal structure and evidence for an endogenous rhythm.

 

Congress activity

Percussive Technology and Human Evolution Conference (invited speaker) –September 18-19, 2014, Institute of Archaeology University College London-. Oral presentation: “When to choose which tool multidimensional and conditional selection of nut cracking hammers in wild chimpanzees”; authors: Sirianni G., Mundry R., Boesch C.

25 th Congress of the International Primatological Society (invited speaker to the symposium: New frontiers in stone tool use by monkeys and apes) – August 11-16, 2014 Hanoi, Vietnam-. Oral presentation: “Conditional selection of nut cracking tools in wild chimpanzees”; authors: Sirianni G., Mundry R., Boesch C.

IPS 2014 pre-congress seminar (invited speaker). Sasagamine field seminar on “Tool use in primates”- August 7-8, 2014 Myoko-Sasagamine Huette of Kyoto University, Japan -. Oral presentation: Nut-Cracking and Cognition in Taï Chimpanzees; author: Sirianni G.

First European Student Conference on Behavior and Cognition –December 2-3, 2013, Göttingen -. Oral presentation: “Flexible selection of nut-cracking tools in wild chimpanzees”; authors: Sirianni G., Mundry R., Boesch C.

4th Congress of the European Federation for Primatology. 14-17 September, 2011, Fórum Municipal Romeu Correia, Almada, Portugal. Oral presentation:“How wild bearded capuchin monkeys deal with the toxic compounds of Anacardium occidentale”; authors: Visalberghi E., Sirianni G.

Animal Behavior Society and International Ethological Conference, Bloomington, IN, USA. 2011. Poster Presentation : “Vigilance in capuchin monkeys: Evidence for an endogenous rhythm?”; authors: Stone, B. W., Liu, Q., Jeyarah, T., Sirianni, G., Busch-Dienstfertig, M., Christel, M., Vickers, J., Visalberghi, E., & Fragaszy, D.

23th Meeting of International Primatological Society – September 2010 Kyoto, Japan

IPS2010 post-congress seminar. HOPE field seminar on “Tools in Primates” - September 18-20 2010 Myoko-Sasagamine Huette of Kyoto University, Japan. Oral presentation: Sexual differences in tool use and vigilance behaviour in a wild population of Cebus libidinosus; authors: Sirianni G. and Visalberghi E.

18th Meeting of the Italian Primatological Society - May 2007, Calci (PI), Italy. Oral presentation: A Case of Prolonged ‘Infant Handling’ and Carrying by a Pregnant Group-Living Tonkean Macaque Female (Macaca tonkeana); authors: Carosi M., Sirianni G., Bastianelli G., Santurbano G., Cozzolino R.