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THORE JON BERGMAN




University of Michigan, 3014 East Hall, 530 Church St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043

Tel: 734-615-3744 Fax: 734-647-9440 Email: thore@umich.edu

Academic website: http://www.lsa.umich.edu/eeb/directory/faculty/thore/

Field research project website: http://www.umich.edu/~gelada/UMGRP/Home.html


EDUCATION

2000 Ph.D. in Evolutionary and Population Biology, Biology Department, Washington University, St. Louis, MO (Thesis committee: Dr. Jane Phillips-Conroy, Dr. Jonathon Losos, Dr. Allan Larson, Dr. James Cheverud, Dr. Tab Rasmussen)

1993 B.S. in Zoology and Biological Aspects of Conservation, University of Wisconsin, School of Arts and Sciences. Madison, WI.

1993 Certificate (Minor) in Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin School of Arts and Sciences, Madison, WI.



RESEARCH INTERESTS

Animal cognition, Animal communication, Evolution of social behavior, Social complexity, Signals and signal theory, Sexual selection, Mating strategies, Hybrid zones



POSITIONS
2006 – present Assistant Professor, Departments of Psychology and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

2005 – present Co-director, University of Michigan Gelada Research Project, Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia

2001 – 2005 NRSA Post-doctoral Fellow, Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana and the University of Pennsylvania. Supervisors: Drs. Dorothy Cheney and Robert Seyfarth.

FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS

2013 – 2018 National Science Foundation (IOS-1255974, Role: Co-PI), LTREB: Social dynamics and fitness in a complex primate society, ($449,851).

2010 – 2013 National Science Foundation (BCS-0962807, Role: Co-PI) Collaborative Research: Causes and Consequences of Vocal Variation in a Howler Monkey (Alouatta spp), ($390,552).

2010 – 2012 National Science Foundation (BCS-0962118, Role: Co-PI) Doctoral Dissertation Improvement: The effects of social composition and complexity: Examining the genetic and social structure of the gelada (Theropithecus gelada), ($20,000).

2008 – 2009 University of Michigan Office of the Vice President for Research Grant (Role: collaborator), Vocalizations in purebred and hybrid howler monkeys in Mexico ($10,620).

2007 – 2010 National Science Foundation (Gr.# 0715179: Role: PI), Sizing up potential rivals and mates in wild geladas: Visual, vocal, and hormonal signals, ($317,696).

2007 – 2008 L.S.B. Leakey Foundation (Role: Co-PI), Sizing up potential rivals and mates in wild geladas: Visual, vocal, and hormonal signals, ($13,740).

2006 – 2007 National Geographic Society (Role: Co-PI) Committee for Research and Exploration grant (Gr.# 8100-06) Sizing up potential rivals and mates in wild geladas: Visual, vocal, and hormonal signals, ($20,000).

2005 - 2006 Wildlife Conservation Society, Species Survival Fund conservation award (Gr.# 67250, Role: Co-PI), Assessing the effects of human activity on gelada baboons in Ethiopia, ($9,996).

2002 - 2005 National Institutes of Health, National Research Service Award (NRSA), postdoctoral research fellowship awarded to T.J. Bergman, Social cognition in wild chacma baboons $133,668).

1999 - 2000 Wenner-Gren Foundation (Gr.# 6371, Role: PI) supplemental grant for dissertation fecal hormone analysis, ($1,500).

1998 - 1999 Wenner-Gren Foundation (Gr.# 6371, Role: PI) grant for dissertation field and laboratory research, Reproductive success of hybrid male baboons in Awash National Park, Ethiopia, ($15,000).

1997 - 1998 National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant (SBR-9711216, Role: Co-PI), Reproductive success of hybrid male baboons in Awash National Park, Ethiopia, ($12,000).

1997 - 1998 National Geographic Society (Gr.# 6091-97, Role: PI), grant for dissertation field research, ($15,000).

1997 - 1998 Boise Fund (Role: PI), grant for dissertation field research, ($500).

1997 - 1998 Sigma Xi (Role: PI), grant for dissertation field research, ($1,000).


PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS


* after author’s name indicates students and post-docs

Ho L*, Cortés-Ortiz L, Dias PA, Canales-Espinosa D, Kitchen DM, Bergman, TJ. (in review). Effect of ancestry on behavioral variation in two species of howler monkeys (Alouatta pigra and A. palliata) and their hybrids. American Journal of Primatology.


Schneider-Crease IA*, Snyder-Mackler N*, Jarvey JC*, Bergman TJ. (in press) Molecular identification of Taenia serialis coenurosis in a wild Ethiopian gelada (Theropithecus gelada). Veterinary Parasitology.
Tinsley Johnson E*, Snyder-Mackler N*, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ. (in press) Kinship and dominance rank influence the strength of female social bonds in geladas. International Journal of Primatology.
Bergman TJ. (2013) Speech-like vocalized lip-smacking in geladas. Current Biology 23(7):R268-R269.
le Roux A*, Snyder-Mackler N*, Roberts EK*, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ. (2013) Evidence for tactical concealment in a wild primate. Nature Communications 4:1462.
Bergman TJ, Sheehan MJ*. Social knowledge and signals in primates. (2013) American Journal of Primatology. DOI: 10.1002/ajp.22103
Snyder-Mackler N*, Alberts SC, Bergman TJ. (2012) Concessions of an alpha male? Cooperative defence and shared reproduction in multi-male primate groups. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 279(1743):3788-3795.
Gustison ML*, le Roux A*, Bergman TJ. (2012) Derived vocalizations of geladas (Theropithecus gelada) and the evolution of vocal complexity in primates. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367(1597):1847-1859.
Snyder-Mackler N*, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ. (2012) Defining higher levels in a gelada multilevel society. International Journal of Primatology 33:1054-1068.
le Roux A*, Bergman TJ. (2012) Indirect rival assessment in a social primate, Theropithecus gelada. Animal Behaviour 83:249-255.
Roberts EK*, Lu A*, Bergman TJ, Beehner JC. (2012) A Bruce effect in wild geladas. Science 335:1222-1225.
Pappano DJ*, Snyder-Mackler N*, Bergman TJ, Beehner JC. (2012) Social ‘predators’ within a multilevel primate society. Animal Behaviour. 84:653-658.
le Roux A*, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ. (2011) Female philopatry and dominance patterns in wild geladas. American Journal of Primatology 73(5):422-430.
Bergman TJ. (2010) Experimental evidence for limited vocal recognition in a wild primate: implications for the social complexity hypothesis. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 277:3045-3053.
Kitchen DM, Bergman TJ, Cheney DL, Nicholson JR, Seyfarth RM. (2010) Comparing responses of four ungulate species to playbacks of baboon alarm calls. Animal Cognition, 13:861-870.
Seyfarth RM, Cheney DL, Bergman TJ, Fischer J, Zuberbuhler K, Hammerschmidt K. (2010) The central importance of information in studies of animal communication. Animal Behaviour, 80:3-8.
Silk JB, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ, Crockford C, Engh AL, Moscovice LR, Wittig RM, Seyfarth RM, Cheney DL. (2010) Female chacma baboons form strong, equitable, and enduring social bonds. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 64:1733-1747.
Silk JB, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ, Crockford C, Engh AL, Moscovice LR, Wittig RM, Seyfarth RM, Cheney DL. (2010) Strong and Consistent Social Bonds Enhance the Longevity of Female Baboons. Current Biology, 20(15):1359-1361.
Bergman TJ, Ho L*, Beehner JC. (2009) Chest color and social status in male geladas (Theropithecus gelada). International Journal of Primatology. doi:10.1007/s10764-009-9374-x

Bergman TJ, Kitchen DM. (2009) Comparing responses to novel objects in Papio and Theropithecus. Animal Cognition. 12(1):63-73.
Silk JB, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ, Crockford C, Engh AL, Moscovice LR, Wittig RM, Seyfarth RM, Cheney DL. (2009) The benefits of social capitol: close social bonds among female baboons enhance offspring survival. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 276:3099-3104.
Bergman TJ, Beehner JC. (2008) A simple method for measuring color variation in wild animals: Validation and use in geladas (Theropithecus gelada). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 94:231-240.

Bergman TJ, Phillips-Conroy JE, Jolly CJ. (2008) Behavioral variation and reproductive success of male baboons (Papio anubis x P. hamadryas) in a hybrid social group, American Journal of Primatology. 70:136-147.
Beehner JC, Bergman TJ. (2008) Infant mortality following unit takeovers in wild geladas. American Journal of Primatology. 70:1-8.
Beehner JC, Gebre B, Bergman TJ, McCann C. (2007) Population estimate for geladas (Theropithecus gelada) living in and around the Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. SINET Ethiopian Journal of Science. 30:149-154.
Bergman TJ, Beehner JC, Cheney DL, Seyfarth RM, Whitten PL. (2006) Interactions in male baboons: the importance of both males’ testosterone, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 59:480-489.

Beehner JC, Bergman TJ, Cheney DL, Seyfarth RM, Whitten PL. (2006) Testosterone predicts future dominance rank and mating activity among male chacma baboons, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 59:469-479.


Engh AL, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ, Whitten PL, Hoffmeier RR, Seyfarth RM, Cheney DL. (2006) Behavioural and hormonal responses to predation in female chacma baboons (Papio hamadryas ursinus). Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 273:707-712.
Engh AL, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ, Whitten PL, Hoffmeier RR, Seyfarth RM, Cheney DL. (2006) Female hierarchy instability, male immigration, and infanticide increase glucocorticoid levels in female chacma baboons. Animal Behaviour. 71:1227-1237.
Bergman TJ, Beehner JC, Cheney DL, Seyfarth RM, Whitten PL. (2005) Correlates of stress in free-ranging male chacma baboons. Animal Behaviour, 70:703-713.
Seyfarth RM, Cheney DL, Bergman TJ. (2005) Primate social cognition and the origins of language, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 9:264-266.
Beehner JC, Bergman TJ, Cheney DL, Seyfarth RM, Whitten PL. (2005) The effect of new alpha males on female stress in free-ranging baboons. Animal Behaviour, 69:1211-1221.
Cheney DL, Seyfarth RM, Fischer J, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ, Johnson SE, Kitchen DM, Palombit RA, Rendall D, Silk JB. (2004) Factors affecting reproduction and mortality among baboons in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. International Journal of Primatology, 25: 401-428.
Bergman TJ, Beehner JC. (2004) The social system of a hybrid baboon group (Papio hamadryas anubis x P. h. hamadryas). International Journal of Primatology, 25:1313-1330.
Wildman DE, Bergman TJ, al-Aghbari A, Sterner KN, Newman TK, Phillips-Conroy JE, Jolly CJ, Disotell TR. (2004) Mitochondrial evidence for the origin of hamadryas baboons. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 32:287-296.
Bergman TJ, Beehner JC, Cheney DL, Seyfarth RM. (2003) Hierarchical classification by rank and kinship in baboons. Science, 302:1234-1236.
BOOK CHAPTERS, COMMENTARIES, AND REVIEWS

Bergman TJ, Beehner JC. (2013) Theropithecus gelada. In J Kingdon, D Happold, T Butynski (eds.): The Mammals of Africa. Elsevier Press.
Kitchen DM, Bergman TJ. (2012) Chacma baboons. In N Rowe (ed.): All the World’s Primates, Pogonias Press: Charlestown, RI.
Bergman TJ. (2010) Social relationships and social knowledge. In GF Koob, M Le Moal, RF Thompson (eds): Encyclopedia of Behavioral Neuroscience. Elsevier Press.
Kitchen DM, Cheney DL, Seyfarth RM, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ, Crockford C, Engh AL, Fischer J, Wittig R. (2009) Costs and consequences of male aggression directed at female chacma baboons. In M Muller, R Wrangham (eds.): Male Coercion in Primates. Harvard University Press: Harvard.
Bergman TJ. Hybrid baboons and the origin of the hamadryas male mating strategy. (2006) In L Swedell and S Leigh (eds.): Reproduction and Fitness in Baboons: Behavioral, Ecological, and Life History Perspectives. Springer: New York. pp 81-103.

Bergman TJ. (2006) Commentary on article by RM Sapolsky, Social cultures among Nonhuman primates. Current Anthropology, 47(4):648-649.
Beehner JC, Bergman TJ. (2006) Social behavior among female hybrid baboons in the Awash National Park of Ethiopia. In L Swedell and S Leigh (eds.): Reproduction and Fitness in Baboons: Behavioral, Ecological, and Life History Perspectives. Springer: New York. pp 53-79.
Cheney DL, Seyfarth RM, Fischer J, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ, Johnson SE, Kitchen DM, Palombit RA, Rendall D, Silk JB. (2006) Factors affecting reproduction and mortality among baboons in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. In L Swedell, S Leigh (eds.): Reproduction and Fitness in Baboons: Behavioral, Ecological, and Life History Perspectives. Springer:New York. pp 147-176.
Bergman TJ. 2004. Book review of Sexual Selection in Primates: New and Comparative Perspectives, eds. Kappeler PM, van Schaik CP (2004) Cambridge University Press: Cambridge and New York. The Quarterly Review of Biology, 80:266.
Bergman TJ, Beehner JC. (2003) Hybrid zones and sexual selection: Insights from the Awash baboon hybrid zone (Papio hamadryas anubis x P.h. hamadryas). In CB Jones (ed.): Sexual Selection and Reproductive Competition in Primates: New Perspectives and Directions. American Society of Primatologists, Norman, OK, pp. 502-537.
Phillips-Conroy JE, Bergman TJ, Jolly CJ. (2000) Quantitative assessment of occlusal wear and age estimation in Ethiopian and Tanzanian baboons. In CJ Jolly and P Whitehead (eds.): Old World Monkeys. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp. 321-340.
Sexton OJ, Phillips CA, Bergman TJ, Wattenberg EB, Preston RE. (1998) Abandon not hope: The status of populations of the spotted salamander (Ambystoma maculatum) and the wood frog (Rana sylvatica). In MJ Lannoo (ed): Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians. University of Iowa Press: Iowa City. pp. 340-344.

INVITED LECTURES

2013 Sharing and shenanigans in gelada male reproduction. Behavioral Ecology Group, SUNY Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY.


2012 The geladas of the Simien Mountains. International ambassadors commission for conservation, Simien Lodge, Ethiopia.
2011 The limits of social knowledge in a complex primate society. Workshop on Vocal Communication and Social Cognition, University of Zurich, Zurich CH.
2011 Using kinship and cognition to demarcate a complex primate society. EEBB Seminar Series, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
2008 Comparing communication and cognition in geladas and baboons. Behavioral Biology Seminar Series, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI.
2007 Comparative studies in communication and cognition in wild primates. Neuroscience Group, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.
2007 Curiosity, communication and cognition: Comparative studies of baboons and geladas. Behavioral Biology Group, Department of Zoology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
2007 Geladas - past and present: The natural history and behavioral ecology of geladas. Wildlife Training Seminar, Amhara National Regional State Parks Development and Protection Authority, Debark, Ethiopia.
2006 Curiosity, communication and cognition: Comparative studies of baboons and geladas. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology seminar series, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
2006 Population monitoring and Ethiopia’s endemic species. Wildlife Training Seminar, Amhara National Regional State Parks Development and Protection Authority, Debark, Ethiopia.

2005 Cognition in free-ranging baboons. Psychology Colloquium, Psychology Dept. University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.


2005 Cognition in free-ranging baboons. Biopsychology Colloquium, Psychology Dept. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
2004 Using playback experiments to study behavior and cognition. New York Regional Primatology Colloquium, NYCEP, New York City, NY.
2003 Sexual selection in hybrid baboons of the Awash National Park. Rutgers University, NJ.
2001 The behavior of hybrid male baboons. University of Capetown, South Africa.
CONTRIBUTED TALKS AND PRESENTATIONS

2013 Johnson ET*, Snyder-Mackler N*, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ. Female geladas form strong bonds with close kin. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, S56.


Ho L*, Cortéz-Ortiz L, Bergman TJ. Using a howler monkey hybrid zone (Allouata pigra x Allouata palliata) to understand social variation. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, S56:149-150.
Pappano DJ*, Bergman TJ, Beehner JC. Seasonal and social influences on androgen secretion in male geladas. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, S56.
2012 Gustison ML*, Bergman TJ. Comparing vocal complexity in baboons and geladas. XXIV Congress of the International Primatological Society. Cancun, MX.
Snyder-Mackler N*, Alberts SC, Bergman TJ. Kinship in the multi-level society of geladas (Theropithecus gelada). XXIV Congress of the International Primatological Society. Cancun, MX.
Benitez ME*, le Roux A*, Beehner JC, Bergman TJ. Acoustic properties of gelada loud calls may advertise male quality. XXIV Congress of the International Primatological Society. Cancun, MX.
Snyder-Mackler N*, Alberts SC, Bergman TJ. Concessions of an alpha male? Reproductive sharing in male geladas. Animal Behavior Society. Albuquerque, NM.
Roberts EK*, Lu A*, Bergman TJ, Beehner JC. The Bruce effect in a wild primate. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. S54:250.
2011 Bergman TJ, Snyder-Mackler N, Alberts SC. Reproduction by follower male geladas supports transactional model. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. S52:88
Gustison ML, le Roux A, Bergman TJ. A comparative study of vocal complexity in wild baboons (Papio ursinus) and geladas (Theropithecus gelada). Göttinger Freilandtage International Conference, Göttingen, Germany.
2011 Snyder-Mackler N*, Alberts SC, Bergman TJ. The ontogeny of multi-level societies: The socio-genetic structure of geladas (Theropithecus gelada). Animal Behavior Society. Bloomington, IN.
Pappano DJ*, Synder-Mackler N*, Bergman TJ, Beehner JC. All-male groups affect grouping and spacing in a multi-level primate society. Animal Behavior Society. Bloomington, IN.
2010 Snyder-Mackler N*, Alberts SC, Bergman TJ. Successful subordinates: Alternative mating strategies in male geladas. Animal Behavior Society, Williamsburg, VA.
Liberman SA*, Bergman TJ, Beehner JC. Testosterone and life-history stages in adult male chacma baboons. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. S50:155.
2009 Jolly CJ, Phillips-Conroy JE, Kaplan J, Bergman TJ, Mann JJ. Monoamine metabolites in the CSF of male anubis (Papio anubis) and hamadryas (P. hamadryas) baboons parallel their species-specific behavioral ontogeny. Accepted.
Beehner JC, Bergman TJ. The ‘bleeding heart baboon’: Does chest patch color signal male quality in geladas? American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Accepted.
Dobson SD, Bergman TJ, Beehner JC. On the facial display repertoire of geladas. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Accepted.
2008 Kitchen DM, Bergman TJ. Comparing responses to novel objects in Papio and Theropithecus. American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Columbus, OH.
2007 Bergman TJ, Beehner JC, Gebre B, McCann C. Gelada conservation: Human-gelada conflict and tourism in the Simien Mountains National Park. The Biological Society of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
2004 Bergman TJ, Beehner JC, Cheney DL, Seyfarth RM, Whitten PL. Field experiments on testosterone, rank, and male-male interactions in baboons. Animal Behaviour Society, Oaxaca, Mexico.
Beehner JC, Bergman TJ, Cheney DL, Seyfarth RM, Whitten PL. Male takeovers, infanticide risk, and stress in male and female chacma baboons. American Society of Primatologists, Madison, WI.
2003 Beehner JC, Bergman TJ. Social behavior among female hybrid baboons in the Awash National Park. American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Tempe, AZ.
Seyfarth RM, Bergman TJ, Cheney DL, Beehner JC. Survival and reproduction in chacma baboons. American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Tempe, AZ.
2000 Bergman TJ, Whitten PL. Fecal cortisol and testosterone in relation to ancestry and behavior in hybrid male baboons. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, S30:106-107.
1999 Bergman TJ, Phillips-Conroy JE, Jolly CJ, Disotell TR. Reproductive success of hybrid male baboons: Implications for gene flow in Ethiopia's Awash National Park. Society for the Study of Evolution, Madison, WI, June 1999.
Bergman TJ. Mating behavior and success of hybrid male baboons (Papio hamadryas hamadryas x P. h. anubis) in the Awash National Park. American Journal of Primatology, 49(1):34-35.
1999 Beehner JC, Phillips-Conroy JE, Bergman TJ, Jolly CJ, Whitten PL. A field method for the assessment of gonadal, adrenal, and ovarian function in baboons using fecal steroid analysis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, S28:89.
1997 Bergman TJ. Relationships within and among Awash baboon forms based on mtDNA sequence data. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, S24:75-76.
1996 Bergman TJ, Phillips-Conroy JE. Quantitative assessment of dental macro-wear in wild baboons: age prediction and intergroup comparisons. Joint Conference, International Primatological Society and American Society of Primatologists, Madison, WI.

TEACHING



2013 Introduction to Animal Behavior, Dept of Psychology, University of Michigan.


Comparative Animal Cognition, Dept of Psychology, University of Michigan.

2012 Introduction to Animal Behavior, Dept of Psychology, University of Michigan.


Comparative Animal Cognition, Dept of Psychology, University of Michigan.

2011 Introduction to Animal Behavior, Dept of Psychology, University of Michigan.


Comparative Animal Cognition, Dept of Psychology, University of Michigan.

2010 Introduction to Animal Behavior, Dept of Psychology, University of Michigan.


Comparative Animal Cognition, Dept of Psychology, University of Michigan.

2008 Introduction to Animal Behavior, Dept of Psychology, University of Michigan.

2007 Introduction to Animal Behavior, Dept of Psychology, University of Michigan.


Comparative Animal Cognition, Dept of Psychology, University of Michigan.

2006 Introduction to Animal Behavior, Dept of Psychology, University of Michigan.

2006 Workshop in Cognitive Science and Cognitive Neuroscience, Instructor, Institute for Research in Cognitive Science, University of Pennsylvania.


2005 Animal Communication, Animal Cognition, and Linguistics, Periodic lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Editor

Animal Behaviour (Elsevier), Aug. 2013 – present


Ad hoc reviewer

Granting agencies: National Science Foundation, Leakey Foundation
Peer-reviewed Journals: Acta Ethologica, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, American Journal of Primatology, Animal Behaviour, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, Behaviour, Biology Letters, Current Anthropology, Current Biology, Ethology, Herpetological Journal, Hormones and Behavior, International Journal of Primatology, Molecular Ecology, Naturwissenschaften, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society series B, Proceedings of the Royal Society series B, Primates, Science

SELECTED MEDIA COVERAGE OF RESEARCH
NPR “Monkey calls could offer clues for origin of human speech” http://www.npr.org/2013/04/09/176713152/monkey-calls-could-offer-clues-for-origin-of-human-speech

BBC “Primate call gives clues to human speech origin” http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-22067192

PBS Newshour, “Babbling Sounds of Monkeys Share Rhythms with Human Speech“ http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/2013/04/post-29.html

Huffington Post, “Lip-smacking monkeys may show what human ancestors’ speech sounded like” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/09/lip-smacking-monkeys-human-ancestors-speech_n_3039712.html

Live Science, “Gelada baboons keep sexual infidelity hush-hush” http://www.livescience.com/27046-gelada-baboons-hide-sexual-infidelity.html

Science Daily, July 3, 2012, “How cooperation can trump competition in monkeys”, http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/07/120704021831.htm

AAAS Science Update, April 3, 2012, “Monkey Miscarriages”, http://www.scienceupdate.com/

Scientific American, “New male terminates monkey pregnancies” http://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/episode.cfm?id=new-male-terminates-monkey-pregnanc-12-02-23

Huffington Post, “Monkeys miscarry when new males joins group” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/27/monkeys-miscarry-when-new-male-joins-group_n_1304320.html#s732102

MSNBC, “Pregnant monkeys miscarry to avoid infanticide by new males” http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/46502066/ns/technology_and_science-science/#.T0an45hx5CNruc

Discover magazine, “The Bruce effect – why some pregnant monkeys abort when new males arrive” http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/notrocketscience/2012/02/23/the-bruce-effect-–-why-some-pregnant-monkeys-abort-when-new-males-arrive/

Live Science, “Pregnant monkeys miscarry to avoid infanticide by new males” http://www.livescience.com/18629-pregnant-monkeys-miscarry-avoid-infanticide.html

Forbes Magazine, “When mother nature kills: Miscarriages in the service of future offspring” http://www.forbes.com/sites/johnfarrell/2012/03/21/when-mother-nature-kills-miscarriages-in-the-service-of-future-offspring/

Science Daily, May 18, 2010, “Have we met? Research finds ‘missing social knowledge’”, http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/05/100518110545.htm

Smithsonian Magazine, December, 2009, “Ethiopia’s Exotic Monkeys”, http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/Ethiopias-Exotic-Monkeys.html.
New Scientist, November 22-28, 2003. “Fairer Sex Drove Social Evolution”, pp. 16.

Science News, December 20 & 27, 2003. “Baboons Demonstrate Social Proficiency”, pp. 397-398.

National Geographic, March 5, 2004. “Baboons Excel at Assessing Rank and Family,”

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2004/03/0305_040305_TVbaboon.html.

Scientific American, November 14, 2003. “Baboons Recognize Complex Relationships”, http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?articleID=000C6D07-0026-1FB4-802683414B7F0000.

ABC News, November 14, 2003. “Baboons Studies Show Humans Aren’t the Only Ones Embroiled in Social Politics”, http://abcnews.go.com/sections/SciTech/US/baboons_psychology_031114.html.



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