josep call  
 
Curriculum vitae
Publications
 
 

Publications

 
     
 

Books

Sanz, C., Call, J. & Boesch, C. (Eds.)( 2013).  Tool use in animals:  Cognition and ecology.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Mitani, J., Call, J., Kappeler, P., Palombit, R. & Silk, J. (Eds.) (2012).  The evolution of primate societies.  Chicago:  The University of Chicago Press.

Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (Eds.) (2007).  The gestural communication of apes and monkeys.  Manhaw, NJ: LEA.

Tomasello, M. & Call, J. (1997).  Primate cognition. New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Refereed papers

2012

Albiach-Serrano, A., Bugnyar, T. & Call, J. (2012).  Apes (Gorilla gorilla, Pan paniscus, P. troglodytes,

Pongo abelii)  vs. corvids (Corvus corax, C. corone) in a support task:  The effect of pattern and functionality.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 126, 355-367.

Bourjade, M., Thierry, B., Call, J. & Dufour, V. (2012).  Are monkeys able to plan for future exchange?  Animal Cognition, 15, 783-795.

Buttelmann, D., Schütte, S., Carpenter, M., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2012).  Great apes infer others’ goals based on context. Animal Cognition, 15, 1037-1053.

Herrmann, E. & Call, J. (2012).  Are there geniuses among the apes?  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London B-Biological Sciences, 367, 2753-2761.

Hribar, A., Haun, D. & Call, J. (2012).  Children's reasoning about spatial relational similarity: the effect of alignment and relational complexity.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 111, 490-500.

Kaiser, I., Jensen, K., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2012).  Theft in an ultimatum game: Chimpanzees and bonobos are insensitive to unfairness.  Biology Letters, 8, 942-945.

Kano, F., Call, J. & Tomonaga, M. (2012).  Face scanning in four genera of hominid; an eye-tracking study in humans (Homo sapiens), chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), gorillas (Gorilla gorilla), and orang-utans (Pongo abelii).  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 126, 388-398.

Liebal, K. & Call, J. (2012).  The origins of nonhuman primates’ manual gestures.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London B-Biological Sciences, 367, 118-128.

MacLean, E., Matthews, L., Hare, B., et al.  (2012).  How does cognition evolve? Phylogenetic comparative psychology. Animal Cognition, 15, 223-238.

Martin-Ordas, G., Jaeck, F. & Call, J. (2012).  Barriers and traps: Great apes' performance in two functionally equivalent tasks.  Animal Cognition, 15, 1007-1013.

Riedl, K., Jensen, K., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2012).  No third-party punishment in chimpanzees Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 109, 14824-14829.

Sabbatini, G., Truppa, V.  Hribar, A., Gambetta, B., Call, J. & Visalberghi, E. (2012).  Understanding the functional properties of tools: chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) attend to tool features differently.  Animal Cognition, 15, 577-590.

Schneider, C., Call, J. & Liebal, K. (2012).  Onset and early use of gestural communication in nonhuman great apes.  American Journal of Primatology, 74, 102-113.

Schneider, C., Call, J. & Liebal, K. (2012).  What role do mothers play in the gestural acquisition of Pan paniscus and Pan troglodytesInternational Journal of Primatology, 33, 246-262.

Schrauf, C., Call, J., Koki, F. & Satoshi, H. (2012).  Do chimpanzees use weight to select hammer tools? PLoS One, 7, e41044.

Seed, A., Seddon, E., Greene, B. & Call, J. (2012).  Chimpanzee 'folk physics':  Bringing failures into focus.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London B-Biological Sciences, 367, 2743-2752.

Tennie, C., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2012).  Untrained chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) fail to imitate novel actions.  PLoS One, 7, e41548.

Voelter, C. & Call, J. (2012).  Problem-solving in great apes (Pan paniscus, Pan troglodytes, Gorilla gorilla, and Pongo abelii): the effect of visual feedback.  Animal Cognition, 15, 923-936.

2011

Abramson, J.Z., Hernández-Lloreda, M.V., Call, J. & Colmenares, F. (2011).  Relative quantity judgments

in South American sea lions (Otaria flavescens).  Animal Cognition, 14, 695-706.

Bräuer, J. & Call, J. (2011).  The magic cup:  Great apes and domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) individuate objects according to their properties.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 125, 353-361.

Call, J. (2011).  How artificial communication affects the communication and cognition of the great apes.  Mind & Language, 26, 1–20.

Hanus, D. & Call, J. (2011).  Chimpanzee problem-solving: contrasting the use of causal and arbitrary cues. Animal Cognition, 14, 871-878.

Hanus, D.; Mendes, N., Tennie, C., & Call, J. (2011).  Comparing the performances of apes (Gorilla gorilla, Pan troglodytes, Pongo pygmaeus) and human children (Homo sapiens) in the floating peanut task.  PLoS One, 6, e19555.

Haun, D.B.M., Nawroth, C. & Call, J. (2011).  Great apes’ risk-taking strategies in a decision making task.  PLoS One, 6, 118-128.

Hribar, A. & Call, J. (2011).  Great apes use landmark cues over spatial relations to find hidden food.  Animal Cognition, 14, 623-635.

Hribar, A., Haun, D. & Call, J. (2011).  Great apes’ strategies to map spatial relations.  Animal Cognition, 14, 511-523.

Kaminski, J., Neumann, M., Braeuer, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2011).  Dogs, Canis familiaris, communicate with humans to request but not to inform.  Animal Behaviour, 82, 651-658.

Kaminski, J., Nitzschner, M., Wobber V., et al. (2011). Do dogs distinguish rational from irrational acts?  Animal Behaviour, 81, 195-203.

Kanngiesser, P., Santos, L., Call, J. & Hood, B. (2011).  The limits of endowment effects in great apes (Pan paniscus, Pan troglodytes, Gorilla gorilla, Pongo pygmaeus).  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 125, 436-445.

Kanngiesser, P., Sueur, C., Riedl, K., Grossmann, J. & Call, J. (2011).  Grooming network cohesion and the role of individuals in captive chimpanzee group.  American Journal of Primatology, 73, 758-767.

Kano, F., Hirata, S., Call, J. & Tomonaga, M. (2011).   The visual strategy specific to humans among hominids: A study using the gap-overlap paradigm.  Vision Research, 51, 2348-2355.

Marín Manrique, H. & Call, J. (2011).  Spontaneous use of tools as straws in great apes.  Animal Cognition, 14, 213-226.

Marín Manrique, H., Sabbatini, G., Call, J. & Visalberghi, E. (2011).  Tool choice on the basis of rigidity in capuchin monkeys.  Animal Cognition, 14, 775-786.

Martin Ordas, G. & Call, J. (2011).  Memory processing in great apes: the effect of time and sleep.  Biology Letters, 7, 829-832.

Melis, A.P., Warneken, F., Jensen, K., Schneider, A., Call, J., & Tomasello, M. (2011). Chimpanzees help conspecifics to obtain food and non-food items. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Biology, 278, 1405-1413.

Mendes, N., Rakoczy, H. & Call, J. (2011).  Primates do not spontaneously use shape properties for object individuation: A competence or a performance problem? Animal Cognition, 14, 407-414.

Mersmann D., Tomasello, M., Call, J., Kaminski, J., & Taborsky, M. (2011).  Simple mechanisms can explain social learning in domestic dogs (Canis familiaris).  Ethology, 117, 675-690.

Schmelz, M., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2011).  Chimpanzees know that others make inferences.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 108, 3077-3079.

Schrauf, C. & Call, J. (2011).  Great apes use weight as a cue to find hidden food.  American Journal of Primatology, 73, 323-334.

Schrauf, C., Call, J. & Pauen, S. (2011).  The effect of plausible versus implausible balance-scale feedback on the expectancies of 3- to 4-year-old children.  Journal of Cognition and Development, 12, 518-536.

Tomasello, M. & Call, J. (2011).  Methodological challenges in the study of primate cognition, Science, 334, 1227-1228.

2010

Albiach-Serrano, A., Call, J. & Barth, J. (2010). Great apes track hidden objects after changes in the objects’ position and in subject’s orientation.  American Journal of Primatology, 72,349-359.

Amici, F., Call, J. & Aureli, F. (2010).  Monkeys and apes: are their cognitive skills really so different?  American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 143, 188-197.

Cacchione, T. & Call, J. (2010).  Intuitions about gravity and solidity in great apes: The tubes task.  Developmental Science, 13, 320-330.

Cacchione, T. & Call, J. (2010).  Do gorillas (Gorilla gorilla) and orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) fail to represent objects in the context of cohesion violations?  Cognition, 116, 193-203.

Call, J. (2010).  Do apes know that they can be wrong?  Animal Cognition, 13, 689-700.

Hare, B. Rosati, A., Kaminski, J., Bräuer, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2010). The domestication hypothesis for dogs' skills with human communication: A response to Udell et al. (2008) and Wynne et al. (2008).  Animal Behaviour, 79, E1-E6.

Herrmann, E., Hare, B., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2010).  Differences in the cognitive skills of bonobos and chimpanzees.  PLoS One, 5, e12438.

 Herrmann, E., Hernandez-Lloreda, M.V., Call, J., Hare, B. & Tomasello, M. (2010).  The structure of individual differences in the cognitive abilities of children and chimpanzees.  Psychological Science, 21, 102-110.

 Kanngiesser, P. & Call, J. (2010).  Bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas, and orang utans use feature and spatial cues in two spatial memory tasks.  Animal Cognition, 13, 419-430.

Krachun, C., Carpenter, M., Call, J., & Tomasello, M. (2010). A new change-of-contents false belief test: Children and chimpanzees compared. International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 23, 145-165.

Marín Manrique, H., Gross, A.N. & Call, J. (2010).  Great apes select tools based on their rigidity.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 36, 409-422.

Martin-Ordas, G., Haun, D., Colmenares, F. & Call, J. (2010). Keeping track of time: evidence for episodic-like memory in great apes.  Animal Cognition, 13, 331-340.

Melis, A.P., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2010).  36-month-olds conceal visual and auditory information from others.  Developmental Science 13, 479-489.

Pelé, M., Thierry, B., Call, J. & Dufour, V. (2010).  Monkeys fail to reciprocate in an exchange task.  Animal Cognition, 13, 745-751.

Potì, P., Kanngiesser, P., Saporiti, M., Amiconi, A., Bläsing, B. & Call, J. (2010).  Searching in the middle – Capuchins’ and Bonobos’ behavior during a spatial search task.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 36, 92-109.

Schneider, C., Liebal, K. & Call, J.  (2010).  Do bonobos say NO by shaking their head? Primates, 51, 199-202.

Slocombe, K.E., Kaller, T., Call, J. & Zuberbühler, K. (2010). Chimpanzees extract social information from agonistic screams.  PLoS One, 5, e11473.

Tennie, C., Greve, K., Gretscher, H. & Call, J. (2010).  Two-year-old children copy more reliably and more often than nonhuman great apes in multiple observational learning tasks. Primates, 51, 337-351.

Tennie, C., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2010).  Evidence for emulation in chimpanzees in social settings using the floating peanut task. PLoS One, 5, e10544.

Vlamings, P., Hare, B. &  Call, J. (2010).  Reaching around barriers:  The performance of the great apes and 3- to 5-year-old children.  Animal Cognition, 13, 273-285.

2009

Amici, F., Call, J. & Aureli, F. (2009).  Variation in withholding of information in three monkey species. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 276, 3311-3318.

Amici, F., Call, J., Visalberghi, E. & Aureli, F. (2009).  Spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi) and capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) follow gaze around barriers: evidence for perspective-taking? Journal of Comparative Psychology, 123, 368-374.

Bräuer, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2009).  Are apes inequity averse? New data on the token-exchange paradigm. American Journal of Primatology. 71, 175-181.

Buttelmann, D., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2009).  Do great apes use emotional expressions to infer desires? Developmental Science, 12, 688-698.

Cacchione, T., Call, J. & Zingg R. (2009).  Gravity and solidity in four Great ape species (Gorilla gorilla, Pongo pygmaeus, Pan troglodytes, Pan paniscus): Vertical and horizontal variations of the table task.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 123, 168-180.

Call, J. (2009).  Contrasting the social cognition of humans and nonhuman apes: The shared intentionality hypothesis.  Topics in Cognitive Science, 1, 368-379.

Carpenter, M. & Call, J. (2009).  Comparing the imitative skills of children and nonhuman apes.  Revue de Primatologie [En ligne], 1 | 2009. URL : http://primatologie.revues.org/263

Dufour, V., Pelé, M., Neumann, M., Thierry, B. & Call, J. (2009).  Calculated reciprocity after all: computation behind token transfers in orangutans.  Biology Letters, 5, 172-175.

Haun, D. & Call, J. (2009).  Great apes' capacities to recognize relational similarity. Cognition, 110, 147-159.

Hilbig, H., Beil, B., Hilbig, H., Call, J. & Bidmon, H.J. (2009).  Superior olivary complex organization and cytoarchitecture may be correlated with function and catarrhine primate phylogenyBrain Structure & Function, 213, 489-497.

Kaminski, J., Bräuer, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2009).  Domestic dogs are sensitive to a human’s perspective.  Behaviour, 146, 979-998.

Kaminski, J., Tempelmann, S., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2009).  Domestic dogs comprehend human communication with iconic signs.  Developmental Science, 12, 831-837.

Krachun, C. & Call, J. (2009).  Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) know what can be seen from where.  Animal Cognition, 12, 317-331.

Krachun, C., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2009).  Can chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) discriminate appearance from reality? Cognition, 112, 435-450.

Krachun, C., Carpenter, M., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2009).  A competitive nonverbal false belief task for children and apes.  Developmental Science, 12, 521-535.

Martin-Ordas, G. & Call, J. (2009).  Assessing generalization within and between trap tasks in the great apes.  International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 22, 43-60.

Mulcahy, N. & Call, J. (2009). The performance of bonobos (Pan paniscus), chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) in two versions of an object choice task.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 123, 304-309.

Pelé M., Dufour V., Thierry, B. & Call, J. (2009).  Token transfers among great apes: species differences, gestural requests and reciprocal exchange.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 123, 375-384.

Rooijakkers, E.F., Kaminski, J. & Call, J. (2009).  Comparing dogs and great apes in their ability to visually track object transpositions.  Animal Cognition, 12, 789-796.

Sanz, C., Call, J. & Morgan, D. (2009).  Design complexity in the tool use of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) in the Congo basin.  Biology Letters, 5, 293-296.

Schrauf, C., & Call, J. (2009).  Great apes’ performance in discriminating weight and achromatic color. Animal Cognition, 12, 567–574.

Seed, A.M., Call, J., Emery, N.J. & Clayton, N.S. (2009).  Chimpanzees solve the trap problem when the confound of tool-use is removed.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 35, 23-34.

Tennie, C., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2009).  Ratcheting up the ratchet: On the evolution of cumulative culture.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 364, 2405-2415.

Tennie, C., Glabsch, E., Tempelmann, S., Bräuer, J., Kaminski, J. & Call, J. (2009).  Dogs (Canis familiaris) fail to copy intransitive actions in third party contextual imitation tasks.  Animal Behaviour, 77, 1491-1499.

Zimmermann, F., Zemke, F., Call, J. & Gómez, J.C. (2009).  Orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and bonobos (Pan paniscus) point to inform a human about the location of a tool.  Animal Cognition, 12, 347-358.

2008

Amici, F., Aureli, F. & Call, J. (2008).  Fission-fusion dynamics, behavioral flexibility and inhibitory control in primates.  Current Biology, 18, 1415-1419.

Aureli, F., Schaffner, C.M., Boesch, C., Bearder, S.K., Call, J. et al., (2008).  Fission-fusion dynamics:  New frameworks for comparative research.  Current Anthropology, 49, 627-654.

Bräuer, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2008).  Chimpanzees do not take into account what others can hear in a competitive situation.  Animal Cognition, 11, 175-178.

Buttelmann, D., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2008).  Behavioral cues that great apes use to forage for hidden food.  Animal Cognition, 11, 117-128.

Buttelmann, D., Carpenter, M., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2008).  Rational tool use and tool choice in human infants and great apes.  Child Development, 79, 609-626.

Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2008).  Does the chimpanzee have a theory of mind?  30 years later.  Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 12, 187-192.

Girndt, A., Meier, T. & Call, J. (2008).  Task constraints mask great apes’ ability to solve the trap-table task.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 34, 54-62.

Hanus, D. & Call, J. (2008).  Chimpanzees infer the location of a reward based on the effect of its weight.  Current Biology, 18, R370-372.

Haun, D. & Call, J. (2008).  Imitation recognition in great apes.  Current Biology, 18, 288-290.

Herrmann, E., Wobber, V. & Call, J. (2008).  Great apes’ (Pan troglodytes, Pan paniscus, Gorilla gorilla, Pongo pygmaeus) understanding of tool functional properties after limited experience.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 122, 220-230.

Kaminski, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2008).  Chimpanzees know what others know but not what they believe.  Cognition, 109, 224-234.

Kaminski, J., Fischer, J. & Call, J. (2008).  Prospective object search in dogs: Mixed evidence for knowledge of What and Where.  Animal Cognition, 11, 367-371.

Martin-Ordas, G., Call, J. & Colmenares, F. (2008).  Tubes, tables and traps:  great apes solve two functionally-equivalent trap tasks but show no evidence of transfer across tasks.  Animal Cognition, 11, 423-430.

Mendes, N., Rakoczy, H. & Call, J. (2008).  Ape metaphysics: Object individuation without language.  Cognition, 106, 730-749.

Okamoto-Barth, S. & Call, J. (2008).  Tracking and inferring spatial rotation by children and great apes.  Developmental Psychology, 44, 1396-1408.

Parron, C., Call, J. & Fagot, J. (2008).  Behavioural responses to photographs by pictorially naïve baboons (Papio anubis), gorillas (Gorilla gorilla) and chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).  Behavioural Processess, 78, 351-357.

Riedel, J., Schumann, K., Kaminski, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2008).  The ontogeny of cue reading in dogs (Canis familiaris).  Animal Behaviour, 75, 1003-1014.

Russell, Y.I., Call, J. & Dunbar, R.I.M. (2008).  Image scoring in great apes.  Behavioural Processes, 78, 108-111.

Tennie, C., Hedwig, D., Tomasello, M. & Call, J. (2008).  An experimental study of nettle eating in captive gorillas:  Possible modes of acquisition and the role of social learning.  American Journal of Primatology, 70, 1-10.

Uher, J., Asendorpf, J.B. & Call, J. (2008).  Personality in the behaviour of great apes: Temporal stability, cross-situational consistency, and coherence in response.  Animal Behaviour, 75, 99-112.

Uher, J. & Call, J. (2008).  How the Great apes (Pan troglodytes, Pongo pygmaeus, Pan paniscus, and Gorilla gorilla) perform on the reversed reward contingency task II: Transfer to new quantities, long-term retention and the impact of quantity ratios.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 122, 204-212.

2007

Albiach-Serrano, A., Guillén-Salazar, F. & Call, J. (2007).  Mangabeys (Cercocebus torquatus lunulatus) solve the reverse contingency task without a modified procedure.  Animal Cognition, 10, 387-396.

Bräuer, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2007). Chimpanzees really know what others can see in a competitive situation.  Animal Cognition, 10, 439-448.

Buttelmann, D., Carpenter, M., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2007) Enculturated chimpanzees imitate rationally.  Developmental Science, 10, F31-F38.

Call, J.  (2007). Apes know that hidden objects can affect the orientation of other objects.  Cognition, 105, 1-25.

Hanus, D. & Call, J. (2007).  Discrete quantity judgments in the great apes: The effect of presenting whole sets vs. item-by-item.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 121, 241-249.

Herrmann, E., Call, J., Hare, B., Hernandez-Lloreda, M.V. & Tomasello, M. (2007).  Humans have evolved specialized skills of social cognition: The cultural intelligence hypothesis.  Science, 317, 1360-1366.

Jensen, K., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2007).  Chimpanzees are rational maximizers in an ultimatum game. Science, 318, 107-109.

Jensen, K., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2007).  Chimpanzees are vengeful but not spiteful.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 104, 13046-13050.

Mendes, N., Hanus, D. & Call, J. (2007).  Raising the level:  Orangutans use water as a tool.  Biology Letters, 3, 453-455.

Okamoto-Barth, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2007).  Great apes understanding of others’ line of sight.  Psychological Science, 18, 462-468.

Tomasello, M., Hare, B., Lehmann, H. & Call, J. (2007).  Reliance on head versus eyes in the gaze following of great apes and human infants:  The cooperative eye hypothesis.  Journal of Human Evolution, 52, 314-320.


2006

Barth, J. & Call, J. (2006).  Tracking the displacement of objects: A series of tasks with great apes and young children. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 32, 239-252.

Bräuer, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2006).  Are apes really inequity averse?  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 273, 3123-3128.

Bräuer, J., Kaminski, J., Riedel, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2006).  Making inferences about the location of hidden food: Social dog – Causal ape.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 120, 38-47.

Call, J. (2006).  Inferences by exclusion in the great apes: the effect of age and species.  Animal Cognition, 9, 393-403.

Hare, B., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2006).  Chimpanzees deceive a human competitor by hiding. Cognition, 101, 495-514.

Haun, D.B.M., Call, J., Janzen, G. & Levinson, S.C. (2006).  Evolutionary psychology of spatial representations in the Hominidae.  Current Biology, 16, 1736-1740.

Haun, D.B.M., Rapold, C.J., Call, J., Janzen, G. & Levinson, S.C. (2006).  Cognitive cladistics and cultural override in human spatial cognition.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 103, 17568-17573.

Helme, A.E., Call, J., Clayton, N.S. & Emery, N.J. (2006).  What do bonobos (Pan paniscus) understand about physical contact?  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 120, 294-302.

Jensen, K., Hare, B., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2006).  What’s in it for me?Self-regard precludes altruism and spite in chimpanzees.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 273, 1013-1021.

Kaminski, J., & Call, J. (2006).  Vokális jelek megértése a border collie kutyafajtánál. Magyar Tudomány, 2, 157-160.

Kaminski, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2006).  Goats` behaviour in a competitive food paradigm: Evidence for perspective taking? Behaviour, 143, 1341-1356.

Lohmann, H., Carpenter, M. & Call, J. (2006).  Guessing versus choosing - and seeing versus believing - in false belief tasks.  British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 23, 451-469.

Melis, A.P., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2006).  Chimpanzees conceal visual and auditory information from others.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 120, 154-162.

Mulcahy, N.J. & Call, J. (2006).  How great apes perform on a modified trap-tube task.  Animal Cognition, 9, 193-199.

Mulcahy, N.J. & Call, J. (2006).  Apes save tools for future use.  Science, 312, 1038-1040.

Riedel, J., Buttlemann, D., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2006).  Domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) use a physical marker to locate hidden food.  Animal Cognition, 9, 27-35.

Scheumann, M. & Call, J. (2006).  Sumatran orangutans (Pongo abelii) and a yellow-cheeked crested gibbon (Nomascus gabriellae) know what is where.  International Journal of Primatology, 27, 575-602.

Suda, C. & Call, J. (2006).  What does an intermediate success rate mean? An analysis of a Piagetian liquid conservation task in the great apes.  Cognition, 99, 53-71.

Tennie, C., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2006).  Push or pull: imitation versus emulation in human children and great apes.  Ethology, 112, 1159-1169.

Vlamings, P.H.J.M., Uher, J. & Call, J. (2006).  How the Great apes (Pan troglodytes, Pongo pygmaeus, Pan paniscus,and Gorilla gorilla) perform on the reversed contingency task: The effects of food quantity and food visibility.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 32, 60-70.

2005

Behne, T., Carpenter, M., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2005).  Unwilling versus unable: Infants' understanding of intentional action.  Developmental Psychology, 41, 328-337.

Bräuer, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2005).  All great ape species follow gaze to distant locations and around barriers.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 119, 145-154.

Call, J. (2005).  Chimpanzees are sensitive to some of the psychological states of others.  Interaction Studies, 6, 413-427.

Call, J., Carpenter, M. & Tomasello, M. (2005).  Copying results and copying actions in the process of social learning: Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and human children (Homo sapiens).  Animal Cognition, 8, 151-163.

Carpenter, M., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2005).  Twelve- and 18-month-olds copy actions in terms of goals.  Developmental Science, 7, 31-38.

Kaminski, J., Riedel, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2005).  Domestic goats (Capra hircus) follow gaze direction and use social cues in an object choice task.  Animal Behaviour, 69, 11-18.

Mulcahy, N.J., Call, J. & Dunbar, R.I.M. (2005).  Gorillas and orangutans encode relevant problem features in a tool-using task.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 119, 23-32.

Pika, S., Liebal, K., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2005).  The gestural communication of apes.  Gesture, 5, 39-54.

Suda, C. & Call, J. (2005). Piagetian conservation of discrete quantities in bonobos (Pan paniscus), chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), and orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus).  Animal Cognition, 8, 220-235.

Tomasello, M., Carpenter, M., Call, J., Behne, T. & Moll, H. (2005).  Understanding and sharing intentions: The origins of cultural cognition.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 28, 1-17.

Note:  This paper has been translated and reprinted in:
− Magyar Pszichologiai Szemle (2007) 62, 61-105 (in Hungarian)
− C. Tewes & K. Vieweg (Eds.) (2011) Natur und Geist. Akademie Verlag (in German)


2004

Bräuer, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2004).  Visual perspective taking in dogs (Canis familiaris) in the presence of barriers.  Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 88, 299-317.

Call, J. (2004). Inferences about the location of food in the great apes (Pan paniscus, Pan troglodytes, Gorilla gorilla, Pongo pygmaeus).  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 118, 232-241.

Call, J., Hare, B.H., Carpenter, M. & Tomasello, M. (2004).  ‘Unwilling’ versus ‘unable’:  Chimpanzees' understanding of human intentional action?  Developmental Science, 7, 488-498.

Kaminski, J., Call, J. & Fischer, M. (2004).  Word learning in a domestic dog: Evidence for “fast mapping”.  Science, 304, 1682-1683.

Kaminski, J., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2004).  Body orientation and face orientation: two factors controlling apes’ begging behavior from humans. Animal Cognition, 7, 216-223.

Liebal, K., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2004).  The use of gesture sequences in chimpanzees.  American Journal of Primatology, 64, 377-396.

Liebal, K., Pika, S., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2004).  To move or not to move: how apes alter the attentional states of humans when begging for food.  Interaction Studies, 5, 199-219.

Scheumann, M. & Call, J. (2004).  The use of experimenter-given cues by South African fur seals (Arctocephalus pusillus).  Animal Cognition, 7, 224-230.

Suda, C. & Call, J. (2004).  Piagetian liquid conservation in the great apes.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 118, 265-279.



2003

Call, J. (2003).  Spatial rotations and transpositions in orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).  Primates, 44, 347-357.

Call, J. (2003).  Beyond learning fixed rules and social cues: Abstraction in the social arena.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London, 358, 1189-1196.

Call, J., Bräuer, J., Kaminski, J. & Tomasello, M. (2003).  Domestic dogs are sensitive to the attentional state of humans.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 117, 257-263.

Call, J. & Carpenter, M. (2003).  On imitation in apes and children.  Infancia y Aprendizaje, 26, 325-349.

Tomasello, M., Call, J. & Hare, B. (2003).  Chimpanzees understand psychological states – the question is which ones and to what extent.  Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 7, 153-156.

Tomasello, M., Call, J. & Hare, B. (2003). Chimpanzees versus humans: it’s not that simple.  Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 7, 239-240.



2002

Call, J., Aureli, F. & de Waal, F.B.M. (2002).  Post-conflict third-party affiliation in stumptail macaques. Animal Behaviour, 63, 209-216.

Carpenter, M., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2002).  Understanding 'prior intentions' enables 2-year-olds to imitatively learn a complex task.  Child Development, 73, 1431-1441.

Carpenter, M., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2002).  A new false belief test for 36-month-olds.  British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 20, 393-420.

Hare, B., Adessi, E., Call, J., Tomasello, M. & Visalberghi, E. (2002).  Do capuchin monkeys, Cebus apella, know what conspecifics do and do not see?  Animal Behaviour, 63, 131-142.

 

2001

Call, J. (2001).  Body imitation in an enculturated orangutan.  Cybernetics and Systems, 32, 97-119.

Call, J. (2001).  Chimpanzee social cognition. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 5, 369-405.

Call, J. (2001).  Object permanence in orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus), chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), and children (Homo sapiens). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 115, 159-171.

Call, J. & Carpenter, M. (2001).  Do chimpanzees and children know what they have seen?  Animal Cognition, 4, 207-220.

Hare, B., Call, J. & Tomasello, M., (2001).  Do chimpanzees know what conspecifics know and do not know?  Animal Behaviour, 61, 139-151.

Tschudin, A., Call, J., Dunbar, R.I.M., Harris, G. & van der Elst, C. (2001). Comprehension  of  signs  by  dolphins (Tursiops truncatus). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 115, 100-105.

 

2000

Call, J. (2000).  Estimating and operating on discrete quantities in orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus).  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 114, 136-147.

Call, J.  (2000).  Representing space and objects in monkeys and apes.  Cognitive Science, 24, 397-422.

Call, J., Agnetta, B., & Tomasello, M., (2000).  Social cues that chimpanzees do and do not use to find hidden objects.  Animal Cognition, 3, 23-34.

Hare, B., Call, J., Agnetta, B. & Tomasello, M. (2000).  Chimpanzees know what conspecifics do and do not see.  Animal Behaviour, 59, 771-785.

 

- 1999

Call, J. (1999).  The effect of inter-opponent distance in the assessment of reconciliation.  Primates, 40, 515-523.

Call, J., Aureli, F. & de Waal, F.B.M. (1999).  Reconciliation patterns among stumptail macaques: A multivariate approach. Animal Behaviour, 58, 165-172.

Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (1999). A nonverbal theory of mind test.  The performance of children and apes. Child Development, 70, 381-395.

Call, J., Hare, B.H., & Tomasello, M., (1998). Chimpanzee gaze following in an object-choice task.  Animal Cognition, 1, 89-99.

Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (1998).  Distinguishing intentional from accidental actions in orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus), chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), and human children (Homo sapiens).  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 112, 192-206.

Hare, B.H., Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (1998).  Communication of food location between human and dog (Canis familiaris). Evolution of Communication, 2, 137-159.

Tomasello, M., Call, J. & Hare, B.H.  (1998).  Five primate species follow the visual gaze of conspecifics.  Animal Behaviour, 55, 1063-1069.

Call, J. & Rochat, P. (1997).  Perceptual strategies in the estimation of physical quantities by orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 111, 315-329.

Tomasello, M., Call, J. & Gluckman, A. (1997).  Comprehension of novel communicative signs by apes and human children.  Child Development, 68, 1067-1080.

Tomasello, M., Call, J., Warren, J., Frost, G.T., Carpenter, M. & Nagell, K. (1997). The ontogeny of chimpanzee gestural signals: A comparison across groups and generations. Evolution of Communication, 1, 223-259.

Call, J., Judge, P.G., & de Waal, F.B.M. (1996).  Reconciliation in rhesus monkeys: The role of kinship and spatial density. American Journal of Primatology, 39, 35-45.

Call, J. & Rochat, P. (1996).  Liquid conservation in orangutans. Individual differences and perceptual strategies Journal of Comparative Psychology ,100, 219-232.

Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (1995).  The use of social information in the problem-solving of orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and human children (Homo sapiens).  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 109, 308-320.

Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (1994).  Production and comprehension of referential pointing by orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus).  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 108, 307-317.

Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (1994).  The social learning of tool use by orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus).  Human Evolution, 9, 297-313.

Tomasello, M. & Call, J. (1994).  Social cognition of monkeys and apes.  Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, 37, 273-305.

Tomasello, M., Call, J., Nagell, K., Olguin, R. & Carpenter, M. (1994). The learning and use of gestural signals by young chimpanzees:  A trans-generational study.  Primates, 35, 137-154.

Villanueva, C., Balanzo, J., Espinos, J.C., Domenech, J.M., Sainz, S., Call, J. & Vilardell, F. (1993).  Prediction of therapeutic failure in patients with bleeding peptic-ulcer treated with endoscopic injection.  Digestive Diseases and Sciences, 38, 2062-2070.

Call, J. (1989).  Estudio socio-espacial de las relaciones de afinidad en un grupo de gorilas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) en cautividad.  Estudios de Psicología, 38, 31-39.

 

Book chapters

Call, J. (2013).  Three ingredients for becoming a creative tool-user.  In C.S. Sanz, Call, J. & Boesch, C. (Eds.).  Tool use in animals: cognition and ecology (pp. 3-20).  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Call, J. (2012).  Seeking information in nonhuman animals: Weaving a metacognitive web.  In M. J. Beran, J. Brandl, J. Perner & J. Proust (Eds.).  Foundations of metacognition (pp. 62-75).  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Call, J. & Santos, L. (2012).  Understanding the minds of others.  In J. Mitani, J. Call, P. Kappeler, R. Palombit & J. Silk (Eds.) The evolution of primate societies (pp. 664-681).  Chicago: Chicago University Press.

Martín-Ordás, G. & Call, J. (2011).  Luces y sombras en el pensamiento de Darwin en relación con la evolución cognitiva de las especies. In G. Gutiérrez & M.R. Papini (Eds.).  Darwin y las ciencias del comportamiento (pp. 431-449). Bogotá: Universidad Nacional de Colombia/Colegio Colombiano de Psicólogos.

Seed, A.M., Hanus, D. & Call, J. (2011).  Causal knowledge in apes and children: More than meets the eye?  In T. McCormack, C. Hoerl & S. Butterfill (Eds.).  Tool use and causal cognition (pp. 89-111).  Oxford:  Oxford University Press.

Call J. (2010). Understanding apes to understand humans: The case of object-object relations. In B.M. Glatzeder, V. Goel & A. von Müller (Eds.).  Towards a theory of thinking (pp. 215-230).  Heidelberg: Springer. 

Call, J. (2010).  Do the great apes make donations?  In F. Adloff, E. Priller & R.G. Strachwitz (Eds.).  Prosociales verhalten.  Spenden in interdisziplinaerer perspektive (pp. 184-192).  Stuttgart: Lucius & Lucius.

Call, J. (2010).  Trapping the minds of apes: Causal knowledge and inferential reasoning about object-object interactions.  In E.V. Lonsdorf, S.R. Ross & T. Matsuzawa (Eds.).  The mind of the chimpanzee (pp. 75-84).  Chicago: Chicago University Press.

Seed, A.M. & Call, J. (2010).  Physical problem solving in tool-using and non-tool-using animals.  In J. Moore & M. Breed (Eds.).  Encyclopaedia of animal behavior, vol. 2 (pp. 778-785).  Oxford:  Elsevier Academic Press.

Tomasello, M. & Call, J. (2010).  Chimpanzee social cognition.  In E.V. Lonsdorf, S.R. Ross & T. Matsuzawa (Eds.).  The mind of the chimpanzee (pp. 235-250).  Chicago: Chicago University Press.

Seed, A. & Call, J. (2009).  Causal knowledge for events and objects in animals.  In S. Watanabe, A.P. Blaisdell, L. Huber & A. Young (Eds.).  Rational animals, irrational humans (pp. 173-188).  Tokyo:  Keio University.

Call, J. (2008).  How apes use gestures: the issue of flexibility.  In K. Oller & U. Griebel (Eds.).  The evolution of communicative creativity: From fixed signals to contextual flexibility (pp. 235-252).   Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Stephan, A., Lenzen, M., Call, J. & Uhl, M. (2008).  Communication and cooperation in living beings and artificial agents.  In I. Wachsmuth, M. Lenzen & G, Knoblich (Eds.).  Embodied communication in humans and machines (pp. 179-200).   Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Call, J. (2007).  Past and present challenges in theory of mind research in primates.  In C. van Hofsten & K. Rosander (Eds.).  Progress in brain research, vol. 164 (pp. 341-354).  Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Call, J. (2007).  Social knowledge in primates.  In R.I.M. Dunbar & L. Barrett (Eds.).Handbook of evolutionary psychology (pp. 71-81). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Call, J. & Jensen, K. (2007).  Chimpanzees may recognize motives and goals, but may not reckon on them.  In C. Frith (Ed.).  Empathy and fairness (pp. 56-65).  New York: John Wiley & Sons

Call, J. & Tomasello, M.  (2007). The gestural repertoire of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).  In J. Call & M. Tomasello (Eds.).  The gestural communication of apes and monkeys (pp. 17-40).  New York: LEA.

Call, J. & Tomasello, M.  (2007). Comparing the gestural repertoire of apes.  In J. Call & M. Tomasello (Eds.).  The gestural communication of apes and monkeys (pp. 197-220).  New York: LEA.

Carpenter, M. & Call, J. (2007).  The question of ‘what to imitate’: Inferring goals and intentions from demonstrations.  In K. Dautenhahn & C. Nehaniv (Eds.), Imitation and social learning in robots, humans and animals:  Behavioural, social and communicative dimensions (pp. 135-151).  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Tomasello, M. & Call, J. (2007).  Introduction: Intentional communication in nonhuman primates.  In J. Call & M. Tomasello (Eds.).  The gestural communication of apes and monkeys (1-16).  New York: LEA.

Tomasello, M. & Call, J. (2007).  Apes gestures and the origins of language.  In J. Call & M. Tomasello (Eds.).  The gestural communication of apes and monkeys (pp. 221-240).  New York: LEA.

Call, J. (2006).  Descartes’ two errors:  reasoning and reflection from a comparative perspective.  In S. Hurley & M. Nudds (Eds.). Rational animals (pp. 219-234). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2006, 2nd ed).  Ape gestural communication. In K. Brown (Ed.). Encyclopedia of language and linguistics (pp. 317-321).  Oxford, Elsevier.

Tomasello, M & Call, J.  (2006). Do chimpanzees know what others see – or only what they are looking at?  In S. Hurley & M. Nudds (Eds.). Rational animals (pp. 371-384). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Call, J. (2005). The self and the other: a missing link in comparative social cognition.  In Terrace, H. & Metcalfe, J. (Eds.). The evolution of consciousness in animals and humans (pp. 321-341).  New York:  Oxford University Press.

Call, J. (2005). La evolución de la inteligencia ecológica en los primates: el problema de encontrar y procesar el alimento.  In F. Guillen Salazar (Ed.).  Pienso luego existo (pp. 47-73).  Madrid:  Ateles Editores.

Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2005). What chimpanzees know about seeing revisited: An explanation of the third kind.  In N. Eilan, C. Hoerl, T. McCormack & J. Roessler (Eds.).  Joint attention: Communication and other minds (pp. 45-64). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2005).  Reasoning and thinking in nonhuman primates.  In K.J. Holyoak & R.G. Morrison (Eds.). Cambridge handbook on thinking and reasoning (pp. 607-632). Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Call, J. (2004).  The use of social information in chimpanzees and dogs.  In L. Rogers & G. Kaplan (Eds.).  Comparative vertebrate cognition: Are primates special? (pp. 263-286).  New York:  Kluwer Academic.

Call, J. (2004).  Social intelligence. In B. Thierry, M. Singh & W. Kaumanns (Eds.). How societies arise: The macaque model (pp. 33-37).  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (2003). Social cognition.  In D. Maestripieri (Ed.).  Primate psychology (pp. 234-253).  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Call, J. (2002).  Social knowledge and social manipulation in monkeys and apes. In C. Harcourt & B. Sherwood (Eds.). New perspectives in primate evolution and behaviour. Otley, England: Westbury Publishing.

Call, J. & Carpenter, M. (2002). Three sources of information in social learning.  In K. Dautenhahn & C. Nehaniv (Eds.).  Imitation in animals and artifacts (pp. 211-228). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Call, J. (2000).  Distance regulation in rhesus and stumptail macaques: A form of implicit reconciliation?  In F. Aureli & F.B.M. de Waal (Eds.). Natural conflict resolution (pp. 191-193).  San Diego: California University Press.

Call, J. (1999). Levels of imitation and cognitive mechanisms in orangutans. In S.T. Parker, R.W. Mitchell & H.L. Miles (Eds.). Mentalities of gorillas and orangutans (pp 316-341).  New York: Cambridge University Press.

Call, J.  (1996).  El uso y fabricacion de instrumentos en los primates,  Un enfoque multidisciplinary.  In F. Colmenares (Ed.). Etologia, psicologia comparada y comportamiento animal  (pp. 483-514) Madrid: Sintesis.

Call, J. & Tomasello, M. (1996). The effect of humans on the cognitive development of apes. In A.E. Russon, K.A. Bard & S.T. Parker (Eds.). Reaching into thought (pp. 371-403). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Maestripieri, D. & Call, J. (1996) Mother-infant communication in primates. In J.S. Rosenblatt & C.T. Snowdon (Eds.). Parental care.  Advances in the study of behavior, vol. 25. (pp. 613-642).  New York: Academic Press.

 

Commentaries and book reviews

Call, J. & Carpenter, M. (2009).  Monkeys like mimics.  Science, 325, 824-825.

Herrmann E, Call J, Hernandez-Lloreda MV, Hare, B & Tomasello, M. (2008).   Comparing social skills of children and apes - Response. Science, 319, 570.

Jensen K, Call J. & Tomasello, M.  (2008). Fair game for chimpanzees - ResponseScience, 319, 284.

Tomasello, M. & Call, J. (2008).  Assessing the validity of ape-human comparisons: A reply to Boesch (2007).  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 122, 66-70.Call, J. (2006).  Upgrading the chimpanzee mind.  Journal of Anthropological Psychology, 17, 66-70.

Fischer, J., Kaminski, J. & Call, J. (2004).  A pluralistic account of word learning.  Trends in Cognitive Sciences,8, 481.

Tomasello, M. & Call, J. (2004).  The role of humans in the cognitive development of apes revisited. Animal Cognition, 7, 213-215.

Call, J. (2004).  Is there only one way to become sapiensTrends in Cognitive Sciences, 8, 247-249.

Call, J. (2003).  On linking comparative metacognition and Theory of Mind.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 26, 341-342.

Call, J. (2002). A fish-eye lens for comparative studies: Broadening the scope of animal cognition.  Animal Cognition, 5, 15-16.

Carpenter, M. & Call, J. (2002).  The chemistry of social learning.  Developmental Science, 5, 22-24.

Call, J. (2000). Intending and perceiving: Two forgotten components of social norms.  Journal of Consciousness Studies, 7, 34-38.

Call, J. (1995).  Por qué preguntar por qué? Cognitiva ,7, 205-207.

 

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