Lethbridge publications (2007-)

L. Barrett, D. Lusseau and S.P. Henzi. In press. Taking sociality seriously: The structure of multi-dimensional social networks as a source of information for individuals. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London B.

N.J. Freeman, G.M. Pasternak, T.L. Rubi, L. Barrett and S.P. Henzi. In press. Evidence for scent marking in vervet monkeys? Primates.

P.M.R. Clarke, S.P. Henzi and L. Barrett. In press. Estrus synchrony in a non-seasonal breeder: adaptive strategy or population process? Behavioral Ecology.

L. Barrett. 2012. Why Behaviourism isn't Satanism. In: Oxford Handbook of Comparative Evolutionary Psychology (Eds. J. Vonk & T. Shakelford), Oxford University Press, New York.

S.P. Henzi, L. Brown, L. Barrett and H. Marais. 2011. Troop size, habitat use and diet of chacma baboons (Papio hamadryas ursinus) in commercial pine plantations: implications for management. International Journal of Primatology 32: 1020-1032.

D. Lusseau, L. Barrett and S.P. Henzi. 2011. Formalising the multidimensional nature of social networks. arXiv:1101.3735v1

L. Barrett. 2011. Beyond the Brain: How Body and Environment Shape Animal and Human Minds. Princeton University Press, NJ.

L. Barrett. 2010. Embodied and distributed cognition. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Behaviour Vol. 1 (Eds. M. Breed & J. Moore), pp. 543-547, Elsevier, Amsterdam.

L. Barrett. 2010. Too much monkey business. In: Grounding Sociality: Neurons, Minds and Culture (Eds. G. Semin & G. Echterhoff), Psychology Press, London.

P.M.R. Clarke, J. Halliday, L. Barrett & S.P. Henzi. 2010. Chacma baboon mating markets: Competitor suppression mediates potential for intersexual exchange. Behavioral Ecology 21: 1211-1220.

A. Barrett, L. Brown, L. Barrett & S.P. Henzi. 2010. A floristic description and utilisation of two home ranges by vervet monkeys in Loskop Dam Nature Reserve, South Africa. Koedoe 52: 1-12.

P. McDougall, N. Forshaw, L. Barrett & S.P. Henzi. 2010. Leaving home: responses to water depletion by vervet monkeys. Journal of Arid Environments 74: 924-927.

S. P. Henzi, P.M.R. Clarke, C.P. van Schaik, G. Pradhan & L. Barrett. 2010. Infanticide and reproductive restraint in a polygynous social mammal. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 107: 2130-2135.

L. Barrett & D. Rendall. 2010. Out of our minds: The neuroethology of primate strategic behavor. In: Primate Neuroethology (Eds. A. Ghazanfar & M. Platt), Oxford University Press, New York.

L. Barrett. 2009. A guide to practical babooning: Historical, social and cognitive contingency. Evolutionary Anthropology 18: 91-102.

P.M.R. Clarke, S.P. Henzi & L. Barrett. 2009. Sexual conflict in chacma baboons (Papio hamadyras usinus): absent males select for proactive females. Animal Behaviour 77: 1217-1225.

P.M.R. Clarke, L. Barrett & S.P. Henzi. 2009. What role do olfactory cues play in chacma baboon mating? American Journal of Primatology 71: 1-10.

S.P. Henzi & L. Barrett. 2009. Comment on Strier. Current Anthropology 50: 221-222.

V.Coetzee, J.M. Greeff, L. Barrett & S. P. Henzi. 2009. Facial based ethnic recognition: Insights from two closely related but ethnically distinct groups. South African Journal of Science 105: 464-466.

S.P. Henzi, D. Lusseau, T. Weingrill, C.P. van Schaik & L. Barrett. 2009. Cyclicity in the structure of female baboon social networks. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 63: 1015-1021.

F. Aureli, C. Schaffner, C. Boesch, S.K. Bearder, J. Call, C.A. Chapman, R. Connor, A. DiFiore, R.I.M. Dunbar, S.P. Henzi, K. Holekamp, A.H. Korstjens, R. Layton, P. Lee, J. Lehmann, J.H. Manson, G. Ramos-Fernandez, K.B. Strier & C.P. van Schaik. 2008. Fission-Fusion Dynamics: New Research Frameworks. Current Anthropology 49: 627-654.

L. Barrett & S.P. Henzi. 2008. Baboons. Current Biology 18: R404-R406.

P. Clarke, S.P. Henzi, L. Barrett & D. Rendall. 2008. On the road again: competitive effects and condition-dependent dispersal by male chacma baboons. Animal Behaviour 76: 55-63.

S.P. Henzi & L. Barrett. 2007. Coexistence in female-bonded primate groups. Advances in the Study of Behaviour 37: 43-81.

S.P. Henzi, L.F. de Sousa Pereira, D. Hawker-Bond, J. Stiller, R.I.M. Dunbar & L. Barrett. 2007. Look who’s talking: developmental trends in the size of conversational cliques. Evolution and Human Behavior 28: 66-74.

L. Barrett, S.P. Henzi & D. Rendall. 2007. Social brains, simple minds: does social complexity really require cognitive complexity? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 362: 561-575.

V. Coetzee, L. Barrett, J.M. Greeff, S.P. Henzi, D.I. Perrett & A. Wadee. 2007. Common HLA alleles associated with health, but not with facial attractiveness. PLoS ONE 2: e640.

Some indicative earlier output

L. Barrett, J. Halliday & S.P. Henzi. 2006. The ecology of motherhood: the structuring of lactation costs by chacma baboons. Journal of Animal Ecology 75: 875-886.

L. Barrett & S.P. Henzi. 2005.The social nature of primate cognition. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B 272: 1865-1876.

L. Barrett, S.P. Henzi and R.I.M. Dunbar, 2003. Primate cognition: from ‘what now?’ to ‘what if?’ Trends in Cognitive Science 7: 494-497.

S.P. Henzi & L. Barrett. 2003. Evolutionary ecology, sexual conflict and behavioral differentiation among baboon populations. Evolutionary Anthropology 12: 217-230.

T. Weingrill, J.E. Lycett, L. Barrett, R.A. Hill and S.P. Henzi (2003). Male consortship behaviour in chacma baboons: the role of demographic factors and female conceptive probabilities. Behaviour 140: 405-427.

L. Barrett, D. Gaynor & S.P. Henzi. 2002. A dynamic interaction between aggression and grooming among female chacma baboons. Animal Behaviour 63: 1047-1053.

J.T. Manning, L. Barley, D.I. Lewis-Jones, R.L. Trivers, D. Singh, R. Thornhill, P. Rohde, T. Bereczkei, S.P. Henzi, M. Soler & A. Svwed. 2000. The 2nd:4th digit ratio, sexual dimorphism, population differences and reproductive success: evidence for sexually antagonistic genes? Evolution and Human Behaviour 21: 163-183.

L. Barrett, S.P. Henzi, A. Weingrill, J.E. Lycett & R. Hill. 1999. Market forces predict grooming reciprocity in female baboons. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B 266: 665-670.

M.L. Dyson, S.P. Henzi, T.R. Halliday & L. Barrett. 1998. Success breeds success in mating male reed frogs. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B 265: 1417-1421.

Other Lab. Member Publications

D. Logue, April Takahashi & W.H. Cade. 2011. Aggressiveness and size: A model and two tests. American Naturalist 117: 202-210.

Petra McDougall. 2011. Scratching our heads: Re-thinking social anxiety in vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus aethiops). International Journal of Primatology 32: 335-345.