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Department of Developmental and Comparative Psychology

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology

Deutscher Platz 6
04103 Leipzig

phone: +49 341 3550 - 400

e-mail: zeidler@[>>> Please remove the brackets! <<<]eva.mpg.de

Publications

Krupenye, C., MacLean, E., & Hare, B. (in press). Does the bonobo have a (chimpanzee-like) theory of mind? In Bonobos: Unique in mind, brain and behavior. Oxford [u.a.]: Oxford Univ. Pr.
Feldblum, J. T., Wroblewski, E. E., Rudicell, R. S., Li, Y., Hahn, B. H., Krupenye, C., Pusey, A. E., & Gilby, I. C. (2017). Dual rank attainment strategies by male chimpanzees in Gombe National Park, Tanzania. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 162(S64), 178-178.
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Kano, F., Krupenye, C., Hirata, S., & Call, J. (2017). Eye tracking uncovered great apes' ability to anticipate that other individuals will act according to false beliefs. Communicative & Integrative Biology, 10(2): e1299836.
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Kano, F., Krupenye, C., Hirata, S., Call, J., & Tomasello, M. (2017). Submentalizing cannot explain belief-based action anticipation in apes. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 21(9), 633-634.
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Krupenye, C., Kano, F., Hirata, S., Call, J., & Tomasello, M. (2016). Great apes anticipate that other individuals will act according to false beliefs. Science, 354(6308), 110-114.
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Krupenye, C., Rosati, A. G., & Hare, B. (2016). What's in a frame? Response to Kanngiesser & Woike (2016). Biology Letters, 12(1): 20150959.
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Reddy, R. B., Krupenye, C., MacLean, E. L., & Hare, B. (2016). No evidence for contagious yawning in lemurs. Animal Cognition, 19(5), 889-898.
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Foerster, S., McLellan, K., Schroepfer-Walker, K., Murray, C. M., Krupenye, C., Gilby, I. C., & Pusey, A. E. (2015). Social bonds in the dispersing sex: Partner preferences among adult female chimpanzees. Animal Behaviour, 105, 139-152.
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Krupenye, C., Rosati, A. G., & Hare, B. (2015). Bonobos and chimpanzees exhibit human-like framing effects. Biology Letters, 11(2): 20140527.
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Bray, J., Krupenye, C., & Hare, B. (2014). Ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) exploit information about what others can see but not what they can hear. Animal Cognition, 17(3), 735-744.
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MacLean, E. L., Krupenye, C., & Hare, B. (2014). Dogs (canis familiaris) account for body orientation but not visual barriers when responding to pointing gestures. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 128(3), 285-297.
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Rosati, A. G., Herrmann, E., Kaminski, J., Krupenye, C., Melis, A. P., Schroepfer, K., Tan, J., Warneken, F., Wobber, V., & Hare, B. (2013). Assessing the psychological health of captive and wild apes: A response to Ferdowsian et al. (2011). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 127(3), 329-336.
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Gruber, T., Potts, K. B., Krupenye, C., Byrne, M.-R., Mackworth-Young, C., McGrew, W. C., Reynolds, V., & Zuberbühler, K. (2012). The influence of ecology on chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) cultural behavior: A case study of five Ugandan chimpanzee communities. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 126(4), 446-457.
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