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PUBLICATIONS AND CONGRESS ACTIVITY

Publications

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

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.