Publications in chronological order

  1. Cohen J.E. 1969. Natural primate troops and stochastic population models. American Naturalist 103:455-477.
  2. Wagner S.S. 1969. Estimating paired-interaction probabilities. Resent Advances in Primatology 1:279:282.
  3. Wagner S.S. 1970. The maximum-likelihood estimate for contingency tables with zero diagonal. Journal of the American Statistical Association 65:1362-1383.   
  4. Altmann S.A. 1970. The pregnancy sign in savannah baboons.Laboratory Animal Digest 6:7-10. (Note: this article was re-printed in 1973 in The Journal of Zoo Animal Medicine 4:8-12)
  5. Altmann S.A., Altmann J. 1970. Baboon Ecology: African Field Research. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
  6. Altmann S.A., Wagner S.S. 1970 Estimating rates of behavior from Hansen frequencies. Primates 11:181-183.
  7. Cohen J.E. 1971. Casual Groups of Monkeys and Men. Harvard University Press, Cambridge.
  8. Cohen, J.E. 1971. Social grouping and troop size in yellow baboons. Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress of Primatology 1970 March 2-5 3:58-64.
  9. Cohen J.E. 1972. Aping monkeys with mathematics. In: Tuttle R. (ed.). The Functional and Evolutionary Biology of Primates. Aldine-Atherton, Chicago.
  10. Cohen J.E. 1972. Markov population processes as models of primate social and population dynamics.Theoretical Population Biology 3:119-134.
  11. Wagner S.S., Altmann S.A. 1973. What time do the baboons come down from the trees? An estimation problem. Biometrics 29:623-625.
  12. Altmann J. 1974. Observational study of behavior: sampling methods. Behaviour 49:227-267. [reprinted in Foundations of Animal Behavior L.D. Houck and L.C. Drickamer, eds. U Chicago Press, 1996].
  13. Altmann S.A. 1974. Baboons, space, time and energy. American Zoologist 14:221-248.
  14. Hausfater G. 1974. Dominance and reproduction in baboons (Papio cynocephalus): A quantitative analysis. Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago.
  15. Hausfater G. 1975. Dominance and Reproduction in Baboons: A Quantitative Analysis. S. Karger, Basel (pg 1-77, pg 78-150).
  16. Hausfater G. 1975. Estrous females: their effects on the social organization of the baboon group. Proc Symp 5th Congr Intl Primatol Soc. Pp. 117-127.
  17. Hausfater G. 1975. Knuckle walking by a baboon. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 43:303-305.
  18. McCuskey S.A. 1975. Demography and behavior of one male groups of yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus). M.Sc. thesis, University of Virginia.
  19. Rhine R.J. 1975. The order of movement of yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Folia Primatologica 23:72-104.
  20. Slatkin M. 1975. A report on the feeding behavior of two East African baboons species. Pp. 418-422. In: Kondo S. (ed.). Contemporary Primatology. S Karger, Basel.
  21. Hausfater G. 1976. Predatory behavior of yellow baboons. Behaviour 56:44-68.
  22. Hausfater G.,  Bearce H. 1976. Acacia tree exudates: their composition and use as a food source by baboons. East African Wildlife Journal 14:241-243.
  23. Hausfater, G., Watson D.F. 1976. Social and reproductive correlates of parasite ova emissions by baboons. Nature 262:688-689.
  24. Slatkin M., Hausfater G. 1976. A note on the activities and behavior of a solitary male baboon. Primates 17:311-322.
  25. Altmann J., Altmann S.A., Hausfater G., McCuskey S.A. 1977. Life history of yellow baboons: physical development, reproductive parameters and infant mortality. Primates 18:315-330.
  26. Altmann S.A. 1977. The acacia woodland of Amboseli National Park.  Current status and future prospects. Report to Director, Kenya National Parks.
  27. Hausfater G. 1977. Tail carriage in baboons (Papio cynocephalus): relationship to dominance rank and age. Folia Primatologica 27:41-59.
  28. Keiding N. 1977. Statistical comments on Cohen's application of a simple stochastic population model to natural primate troops. American Naturalist 111:1211-1219.
  29. Altmann J. 1978. Infant independence in yellow baboons. Pp. 253-277. In: The Development of Behavior. Garland STPM Press, New York.
  30. Altmann S.A., Wagner S.S. 1978. A general model of optimal diet. Recent Advances in Primatology 4:407-414.
  31. Altmann J., Altmann S.A., Hausfater G. 1978. Primate infant's effects on mother's future reproduction. Science 201:1028-1029.
  32. Altmann S.A., Altmann J. 1978. Research on baboons in Amboseli, 1963-78. Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.
  33. Post, D.G. 1978. Feeding and ranging behavior of the yellow baboon (Papio cynocephalus). Ph.D. thesis, Yale University.
  34. Saunders, C. 1978. A simulation model of sexual selection: social and demographic influences on differential reproduction among males. M.A. thesis, University of Virginia.
  35. Saunders, C.D.,  Hausfater G. 1978. Sexual selection in baboons (Papio cynocephalus): a computer simulation of differential reproduction with respect to dominance rank in males. Pp. 567-571. In: Chivers D.J.,  Herbert J. (eds.). Recent Advances in Primatology, Vol. 1: Behaviour. Academic press, New York.
  36. Altmann, J. 1979. Age cohorts as paternal sibships. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 6:161-164.
  37. Altmann, J. 1979. Ecology of motherhood and infancy. Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago.
  38. Altmann, S.A. 1979. Baboon progressions: order or chaos?  A study of one dimensional group geometry. Animal Behaviour 27:46-80.
  39. Altmann, S.A., Altmann J. 1979. Demographic constraints on behavior and social organization. Pp. 47-63. In: Bernstein I.S.,  Smith E.O. (eds.). Primate Ecology and Human Origins. Garland STMP Press, New York.
  40. Hausfater G., Altmann S., Altmann J. 1979. Guidebook for the long-term monitoring of Amboseli baboons and their habitat.  Definitions, Procedures and Responsibilities. (privately printed).
  41. Altmann J. 1980. Baboon Mothers and Infants. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass.
  42. Post D.G., Hausfater G., McCuskey S.A. 1980. Feeding behavior of yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus): relationship to age, gender and dominance rank. Folia Primatologica 34:170-195.
  43. Walters J. 1980. Interventions and the development of dominance relationships in female baboons. Folia Primatologica 34:61-89.
  44. Altmann J., Altmann S.A., Hausfater G. 1981. Physical maturation and age estimates of yellow baboons, Papio cynocephalus, in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. American Journal of Primatology 1:389-399.
  45. Hausfater G., Saunders C.D., Chapman M. 1981. Computer models of primate life histories. Pp. 345-360. In: Alexander R.D., Tinkle D. (eds.). Natural Selection and Social Behavior: Recent Research and New Theory. Chiron Press, New York.
  46. Post D.G. 1981. Activity patterns of yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus) in the Amboseli National park, Kenya. Animal Behaviour 29:357-374.
  47. Stein D.M. 1981. The nature and function of social interactions between infant and adult male yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago.
  48. Stein D.M., Stacey P.B. 1981. A comparison of infant-adult male relations in a one-male group with those in a multi-male group for yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Folia Primatologica 36:264-276.
  49. Stelzner J.K., Strier K. 1981. Hyena predation on an adult male baboon. Mammalia 45:259-260.
  50. Walters J. 1981. Inferring kinship from behaviour: maternity determinations in yellow baboons. Animal Behaviour 29:126-136.
  51. Anderson D.J. 1982. Baboon movement: exploring models of random movement. Ph.D. thesis, University of Washington.
  52. Hausfater G., Altmann J., Altmann S. 1982. Long-Term Consistency of Dominance Relations Among Female Baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Science 217:752-755.
  53. Hausfater G., Meade B.J. 1982. Alternation of sleeping groves by yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus) as a strategy for parasite avoidance. Primates 23:287-297.
  54. Luft J., Altmann J. 1982. Mother Baboon. Natural History 91:30-39.
  55. Post D.G. 1982. Feeding behavior of yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus) in the Amboseli National park, Kenya. International Journal of Primatology 3:403-430.
  56. Shopland J. 1982. An intergroup encounter with fatal consequences in yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus). American Journal of Primatology 3:263-266.
  57. Takacs D. 1982. An ethological analysis of hindquarter presentation in yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus). B.A. Honors thesis, Cornell University.
  58. Altmann J. 1983. Costs of reproduction in baboons. Pp. 67-88. In: Aspey W.P., Lustick S.I. (eds.). Behavioral Energetics: the cost of survival in vertebrates. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio.
  59. Meade B.J. 1983. Host parasite dynamics among Amboseli baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Ph.D. thesis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
  60. Pereira M.E. 1983. Abortion following the immigration of an adult male baboon (Papio cynocephalus). American Journal of Primatology 4:93-98.
  61. Altmann J. 1984. Sociobiological perspectives on parenthood. Pp. 9-23. In: Cohen R., Cohler B. & Weissman S. (eds.). Parenthood: A Psychodynamic Perspective. Guilford, New York.
  62. Hausfater G., Sutherland R. 1984. Little things that tick off baboons. Natural History 93:54-61.
  63. Pereira, M. 1984. Age changes and sex differences in the social behavior of juvenile yellow baboons. Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago.
  64. Post, D.G. 1984. Is optimization the optimal approach to primate foraging? Pp. 280-303. In: Rodman P.S., Cant J.G.H. (eds.). Adaptations for Foraging in Nonhuman Primates. Columbia University Press, New York.
  65. Stein D.M. 1984. Ontogeny of infant-adult male relationships during the first year of life for yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Pp. 213-243. In: Taub D.M. (ed.). Primate Paternalism. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York.
  66. Stein, D.M. 1984. The Sociobiology of Infant and Adult Male Baboons. Pp. 229. Ablex, Norwood, NJ.
  67. Altmann J., Hausfater G., Altmann S.A. 1985. Demography of Amboseli baboons, 1963-1983. American Journal of Primatology 8:113-125.
  68. Altmann S.A. 1985. The role of gums in the diet of baboons. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 66:139-140.
  69. Hausfater G., Skoblick B. 1985. Premenstrual behavior changes among female baboons: similarity to PMS symptoms. American Journal of Primatology 9:165-172.
  70. Muruthi P. 1985. Activity time budgets and social behaviour of semi provisioned baboons, Papio cynocephalus in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. B.Sc. thesis, University of Nairobi.
  71. Pereira M.E., Altmann J. 1985. Development of social behavior in free living nonhuman primates. Pp. 217-309. In: Watts E.S. (ed.). Nonhuman Primate Models for Growth and Development. Alan R Liss, New York.
  72. Rolland R., Hausfater G., Levy S.B. 1985. Antibiotic resistance in wild baboons: increased prevalence in baboons feeding on human refuse. Applications of Environmental Microbiology 49:791-794.
  73. Altmann J. 1986. Adolescent pregnancies in nonhuman primates: an ecological and developmental perspective. Pp. 247-262. In: Lancaster J., Hamburg B. (eds.). School Age Pregnancy and Parenthood: Bisocial Dimensions. Aldine, Chicago.
  74. Altmann J. 1986. Parent offspring interactions in anthropoid primates: an evolutionary perspective. Pp. 15-29. In: Niteki M.,  Kitchell J. (eds.). The Evolultion of Behavior. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  75. Noë R. 1986. Lasting alliances among adult male savannah baboons. Pp. 381-392. In: Else J., Lee P.C. (eds.). Ontogeny, Cognition and Social Behaviour of Primates. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  76. Samuels A., Altmann J. 1986. Immigration of a Papio anubis male into a group of Papio cynocephalus baboons and evidence for an anubis-cynocephalus hybrid zone in Amboseli, Kenya. International Journal of Primatology 7:131-138.
  77. Silk J.B. 1986. Eating for two: behavioral and environmental correlates of gestation length among free ranging baboons (Papio cynocephalus). International Journal of Primatology 7:583-602.
  78. Stacey P.B. 1986. Group size and foraging efficiency in yellow baboons. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 18:175-187.
  79. Stelzner J.K., Hausfater G. 1986. Posture, microclimate and thermoregulation in yellow baboons. Primates 27:449-463.
  80. Altmann J., Alberts S. 1987. Body mass and growth rates in a wild primate population. Oecologia 72:15-20.
  81. Altmann S.A. 1987. The impact of locomotor energetics on mammalian foraging. Journal of Zoology of London 211:215-225.
  82. Altmann S.A., Post D.G., Klein D. 1987. Nutrients and toxins of plants in Amboseli, Kenya. African Journal of Ecology 25:279-293.
  83. Hausfater G., Cairns S.J., Levin R.N. 1987. Variability and stability in the rank relations of nonhuman primate females: analysis of computer simulation. American Journal of Primatology 12:55-70
  84. Hausfater G., Takacs D. 1987. Structure and function of hindquarter presentations in yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus ). Ethology 74:297-319.
  85. Samuels A., Silk J., Altmann J. 1987. Continuity and change in dominance relationships among female baboons. Animal Behaviour 35:785-792.
  86. Shopland J. 1987. Food quality, spatial deployment and the intensity of feeding interference in yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 21:149-156.
  87. Shopland J.M., Altmann J. 1987. Fatal intragroup kidnapping in yellow baboons. American Journal of Primatology 13:61-65.
  88. Silk J.B. 1987. Activities and feeding behavior of free ranging pregnant baboons. International Journal of Primatology 8:593-613.
  89. Silk J.B. 1987. Correlates of agonistic and competitive interactions in pregnant baboons. American Journal of Primatology 12:479-495.
  90. Stelzner J.K. 1987. Thermal environment and behavior of yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Ph.D. thesis, Cornell University.
  91. Altmann J. 1988. Foreword. In: Ecology and Behavior of Food Enhanced Primate Groups. Alan R Liss, New York.
  92. Altmann J. 1988. Life span aspects of reproduction and parental care in anthropoid primates. Pp. 15-29. In: Lancaster J. (ed.). Parenthood Across the Lifespan. Aldine, Chicago.
  93. Altmann J., Hausfater G., Altmann S.A. 1988. Determinants of reproductive success in savannah baboons Papio cynocephalus. Pp. 403-418. In: Clutton-Brock T.H. (ed.). Reproductive Success. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
  94. Altmann J., Muruthi P. 1988. Differences in daily life between semi-provisioned and wild-feeding baboons. American Journal of Primatology 15:213-222.
  95. Pereira M.E. 1988. Agonistic interactions of juvenile Savannah baboons.  I. Fundamental Features. Ethology 79:195-217.
  96. Pereira M.E. 1988. Effects of age and sex on intra-group spacing behaviour in juvenile savannah baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Animal Behaviour 36:184-204.
  97. Saunders C.D. 1988. Ecological, Social, and Evolutionary Aspects of Baboon Grooming Behavior. Ph.D. thesis, Cornell University.
  98. Saunders C.D., Hausfater G. 1988. The functional significance of baboon grooming behavior. Pp. 430-432. In: Colbern D.L.,  Gispen W.H. (eds.). Neural Mechanisms and Biological Significance of Grooming Behavior. Academic Science, New York.
  99. Stelzner J.K., 1988. Thermal effects on movement patterns of yellow baboons. Primates 29:91-105.
  100. Altmann J., 1989. Baboons in two worlds. Bison 4:10-17.
  101. Altmann J., 1989 Primate males go where the females are. Animal behaviour 39:193:194.
  102. Altmann J., Samuels A. 1989. Upscale baboons. Natural History 5:60-63.
  103. King B.J. 1989. Social information transfer and foraging in yellow baboon (Papio cynocephalus) infants. Ph.D. thesis, University of Oklahoma.
  104. Muruthi P. 1989. Food intake and energy expenditure in savannah baboons. M.Sc. thesis, University of Nairobi.
  105. Noë R. 1989. Coalition formation among male baboons. Ph.D. thesis, University of Utrecht.
  106. Pereira M.E. 1989. Agonistic interactions of juvenile savannah baboons. II. Agonistic support and rank acquisition. Ethology 80:152-171.
  107. Noë R. 1990. A veto game played by baboons: a challenge to the use of the Prisoner's Dilemma as a paradigm for reciprocity and cooperation. Animal Behaviour 39:78-90.
  108. Noë R., Sluijter A.A. 1990. Reproductive tactics of male savannah baboons.Behaviour 113:117-170.
  109. Altmann M., Altmann J. 1991. Models of status correlated bias in offspring sex ratio. American Naturalist 137:542-555.
  110. Altmann S.A. 1991. Diets of yearling female primates (Papio cynocephalus) predict lifetime fitness. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 88:420-423.
  111. Muruthi P., Altmann J., Altmann S. 1991. Resource base, parity and reproductive condition affect females' feeding time and nutrient intake within and between groups of a baboon population. Oecologia 87:467-472.
  112. Samuels A., Altmann J. 1991. Baboons of the Amboseli basin: demographic stability and change. International Journal of Primatology 12:1-9.
  113. Sapolsky R., Altmann J. 1991. Incidences of hypercortisolism and dexamathasone resistance increase with age among wild baboons. Biological Psychiatry 30:1008-1016.
  114. Alberts S.C. 1992. Maturation and dispersal in male baboons Papio cynocephalus. Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago.
  115. Alberts S.C., Sapolsky R.M., Altmann J. 1992. Behavioral, endocrine and immunological correlates of immigration by an aggressive male into a natural primate group. Hormones and Behavior 26:167-178.
  116. Altmann J. 1992. Leading Ladies. Natural History 2:48-49.
  117. Altmann J., Alberts S.C., Sapolsky R.M. 1992. Endocrine and developmental correlates of unilateral cryptorchidism in a wild baboon. American Journal of Primatology 26:309-314.
  118. Altmann J., Samuels A. 1992. Costs of maternal care: infant-carrying in baboons. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 29:391-398.
  119. Moses L.E., Gale L.C., Altmann J. 1992. Methods for analysis of unbalanced, longitudinal growth data. American Journal of Primatology 28:49-59.
  120. Noë R. 1992. Alliance formation among male baboons: shopping for profitable partners. Pp. 285-321. In: Harcourt A.H., de Waal F.B.M. (eds.). Coalitions and Alliances in Humans and Other Animals. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  121. Smith K.L. 1992. The fissioning of a social group of yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. M.A. paper, University of Chicago.
  122. Altman J. 1993 Baby Watch. Bison 7:31-33
  123. Altmann J., Schoeller D., Altmann S.A., Muruthi P., Sapolsky R.M. 1993. Body size and fatness of free living baboons reflect food availability and activity levels. American Journal of Primatology 30:149-161.
  124. Bruford M.W., Altmann J. 1993. DNA fingerprinting and the problem of paternity determination in an inbred captive population of guinea baboons,  Papio hamadryas papioPrimates 34:403-411.
  125. Phillips-Conroy J.E., Hildebolt C.F., Altmann J., Jolly C.J., Muruthi P. 1993. Periodontal health in free ranging baboons of Ethiopia and Kenya. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 90:359-371.
  126. Sapolsky R., Vogelman J.H., Orentreich N., Altmann J. 1993. Senescent decline in serum dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate concentrations in a population of wild baboons. Journal of Gerontology 48:B196-200.
  127. Alberts S.C. 1994. Vigilance in young baboons: effects of habitat, age, sex and maternal rank on glance rate. Animal Behaviour 47:749-755.
  128. Noë R. 1994. A model of coalition formation among male baboons with fighting ability as the crucial paramater. Animal Behaviour 47:211-213.
  129. Altmann J., Sapolsky R.M., Licht P. 1995. Baboon fertility and social status. Nature 377:688-690.
  130. Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 1995. Balancing costs and opportunities: dispersal in male baboons. American Naturalist 145:279-306.
  131. Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 1995. Preparation and activation: determinants of age at reproductive maturity in male baboons. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 36:397-406.
  132. Noë R., Sluijter A.A. 1995. Which adult male savannah baboons form coalitions? International Journal of Primatology 16:77-105.
  133. Alberts S.C., Altmann J., Wilson M.L. 1996. Mate guarding constrains foraging activity of male baboons. Animal Behaviour 51:1269-1277.
  134. Altmann J., Alberts S.C., Haines S.A., Dubach J., Muruthi P., Coote T., Geffen E., Cheesman D.J., Mututua R.S., Saiyalel S.N., Wayne R.K., Lacy R.C., Bruford M.W. 1996. Behavior predicts genetic structure in a wild primate group. Proceeding National Academy of Science 93:5797-5801.
  135. Bronikowski A., Altmann J. 1996. Foraging in a variable environment: weather patterns and the behavioral ecology of baboons. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 39:11-25.
  136. Bronikowski A., Webb C. 1996. Appendix: A critical examination of rainfall variability measures used in behavioral ecology studies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 39:27-30.
  137. Coote T., Bruford M.W. 1996. Human microsatellites applicable for analysis of genetic variation in apes and old world monkeys. Journal of Heredity 87:406-410.
  138. Margulis S. 1997 Linking observation and conservation. Bison 11:10
  139. Altmann J. 1997. Mate choice and intrasexual reproductive competition: contributions to reproduction that go beyond acquiring more mates. Pp. 320-333. In: Gowaty P.A. (ed.). Feminism and Evolutionary Biology: boundaries intersections and frontiers, Chapman Hall, New York.
  140. Muruthi P. 1997. Socioecological Correlates of Parental Care and Demography in Savannah Baboons. Ph.D. thesis, Princeton University.
  141. Sapolsky R.M., Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 1997. Hypercortisolism associated with social subordinance or social isolation among wild baboons. Archives of General Psychiatry 54:1137-1143.
  142. Altmann S.A. 1998. Foraging for survival: yearling baboons in Africa. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
  143. Semple S. 1998. Female copulation calls in primates. Ph.D. thesis, University of Sussex
  144. Alberts S.C. 1999. Paternal kin discrimination in wild baboons. Proceeding Royal Society London B Bio 266:1501-1506.
  145. Alberts S.C. 1999. Thirteen MHC-DQA1 alleles from two populations of baboons. Immunogenetics 49:825-827.
  146. Altmann J. 2000. Predicting male distribution among primate groups. Pp. 236-247. In: Kappeler P. (ed.). Primate Males: Causes and Consequences of Variation in Group Composition. Cambridge University Press, New York.
  147. Bayes M.K., Smith K.L., Alberts S.C., Cheesman D.J., Altmann J., Bruford M.W. 2000. Testing the reliability of microsatellite typing from faecal DNA in the savannah baboon. Conservation Genetics 1:173-176.
  148. Smith K.L. 2000. Paternal kin matter: the distribution of social behavior among wild, adult female baboons.Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago.
  149. Smith K.L., Alberts S.C., Bayes M.K., Bruford M.W., Altmann J., Ober C. 2000. Cross-species amplification, non-invasive genotyping and non-Mendelian inheritance of human STRPs in Savannah baboons. American Journal of Primatology 51:219-227.
  150. Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2001. Immigration and hybridization patterns of yellow and Anubis baboons in and around Amboseli, Kenya. American Journal of Primatology 53:139-154.
  151. Combes S.L., Altmann J. 2001. Status Change During Adulthood: life-history byproduct or kin-selection based on reproductive value? Proceedings Royal Society London B 268:1367-1373.
  152. Semple S. 2001. Individuality and male discrimination of female copulation calls in the yellow baboon. Animal Behaviour 61:1023-1028.
  153. Storz J.F., Ramakrishnan U., Alberts S.C. 2001. Determinants of effective population size for loci with different modes of inheritance. Journal of Heredity 92:497-502.
  154. Storz J.F., Ramakrishnan U., Alberts S.C. 2002. Genetic effective size of a wild primate population: influence of current and historical demography. Evolution 56:817-829.
  155. Semple S., McComb K., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2002. Information content of female copulation calls in yellow baboons. American Journal of Primatology 56:43-56.
  156. Kemnitz J.W., Sapolsky R.M., Altmann J., Muruthi P.M., Mott G.E., Stefanick M.L. 2002. Effects of food availability on serum insulin and lipid concentrations in free-ranging baboons. American Journal of Primatology 57:13-19.
  157. Altmann J., Alberts S.C., Altmann S.A., Roy S.B. 2002. Dramatic change in local climate patterns in the Amboseli basin.African Journal of Ecology 40:248-251.
  158. Bronikowski A.M., Alberts S.C., Altmann J., Packer C., Carey K.D., Tatar M. 2002. The aging baboon: comparative demography in a nonhuman primate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 99:9591-9595.
  159. Khan M.Z., Altmann J., Isani S.S., Yu J. 2002. A matter of time: evaluating the storage of fecal samples for steroid analysis. General and Comparative Endocrinology 128:57-64.
  160. Storz J.F., Beaumont M.A., Alberts S.C. 2002. Genetic evidence for long-term population decline in a savannah-dwelling primate: inferences from a hierarchical Bayesian model. Molecular Biology and Evolution 19:1981-1990.
  161. Zinner D., Alberts S.C., Nunn C.L., Altmann J. 2002. Significance of primate sexual swelling. Nature 420:142-143.
  162. Smith K.L., Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 2003. Wild female baboons bias their social behaviour towards paternal half-sisters. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 270:503-510.
  163. Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2003. Matrix models for primate life history analysis. Ch. 4, pp. 66-102. In: Kappeler P., Pereira M.E. (eds.). Primate Life History and Socioecology, University of Chicago Press: Chicago.
  164. Banks W.A., Altmann J., Sapolsky R.M., Phillips-Conroy J.E., Morley J.E. 2003. Serum leptin levels as a marker for a syndrome x-like condition in wild baboons. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 88:1234-1240.
  165. Alberts S.C., Watts H.E., Altmann J. 2003. Queuing and queue-jumping: Long term patterns of reproductive skew among male savannah baboons.Animal Behaviour 65:821-840.
  166. Hahn N.E., Proulx D., Muruthi P.M., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2003. Gastrointestinal parasites in free-ranging Kenyan baboons. International Journal of Primatology 24:271-279.
  167. Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2003. Intraspecific variability in fertility and offspring survival in a nonhuman primate: behavioral control of ecological and social sources. Ch. 6, pp. 140-169. In: Wachter K.W., Bulatao R.A. (eds). Offspring: The Biodemography of Fertility and Family Behavior. National Academy Press: Washington, DC.
  168. Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2003. Variability in reproductive success viewed from a life-history perspective in baboons. American Journal of Human Biology 15:401-409.
  169. Altmann S.A., Altmann J. 2003. The transformation of behaviour field studies. Animal Behaviour 65:413-423.
  170. Lynch J.W., Khan M.Z., Altmann J., Njahira M.N., Rubenstein N. 2003. Concentrations of four fecal steroids in wild baboons: short-term storage conditions and consequences for data interpretation. General and Comparative Endocrinology 132:264-271.
  171. Buchan J.C., Alberts S.C., Silk J.B., Altmann J. 2003. True paternal care in a multi-male primate society. Nature 425:179-181
  172. Oremo D.W.O.  2003. Effects of land-cover dynamics on the foraging ecology of yellow baboons. M. Sc. thesis, Kenyatta University
  173. Silk J.B., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2003. Social bonds of female baboons enhance infant survival. Science 302:1231-1234 [Supplementary material]
  174. Silk J.B., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2004. Patterns of coalition formation by adult female baboons in Amboseli, Kenya. Animal Behaviour 67:573-582.
  175. Altmann J., Lynch J.W., Nguyen N., Alberts S.C., Gesquiere L.R. 2004. Life-history correlates of steroid concentrations in wild peripartum baboon. American Journal of Primatology 64:95-106.
  176. Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2005. Growth rates in a wild primate population: ecological influences and maternal effects. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57:490-501.
  177. Buchan J.C., Archie E.A., Van Horn R.C., Moss C.J., Alberts S.C. 2005. Locus effects and sources of error in noninvasive genotyping. Molecular Biology Notes 5:680-683
  178. Gesquiere L.R., Altmann J., Khan M.Z., Couret J., Yu J.C., Endres C.S., Lynch J.W., Ogola P., Fox E.A., Alberts S.C., Wango E.O. 2005. Coming of age: steroid hormones of wild immature baboons (Papio cynocephalus). American Journal of Primatology 67:83-100.
  179. Onyango P.O. 2005. Hormonal correlate and effects of maternal life history traits on natal dispersal among male yellow baboons, Papio cynocephalus in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. M.Sc. thesis, University of Nairobi.
  180. Alberts S.C., Hollister-Smith J., Mututua R.S., Sayialel S.N., Muruthi P.M., Warutere J.K., Altmann J. 2005. Seasonality and long term change in a savannah environment. Pp. 157-196. In: Brockman D.K., van Schaik C.P. (eds). Primate Seasonality: Implications for Human Evolution. Cambridge University Press.
  181. Beehner J.C., Nguyen N., Wango E.O., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2006. The endocrinology of pregnancy and fetal loss in wild baboons. Hormones and Behavior 49:688-699.
  182. Beehner J.C., Onderdonk D.A., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2006. The ecology of conception and pregnancy failure in wild baboons. Behavioral Ecology 17:741-750.
  183. Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2006. The evolutionary past and the research future: environmental variation and life history flexibility in a primate lineage (uncorrected proof). In: Swedell L., Leigh S. (eds.). Reproduction and Fitness in Baboons: Behavioral, Ecological and Life History Perspectives. Springer.
  184. Silk J.B., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2006. Social relationships among adult female baboons (Papio cynocephalus): I. Variation in the strength of social bonds. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61:183-195.
  185. Silk J.B., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2006. Social relationships among adult female baboons (Papio cynocephalus): II. Variation in the quality and stability of social bonds. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61:197-204.
  186. Altmann S.A. 2006. Primate foraging adaptations: two research strategies. Ch. 9, pp. 243-262. In: Hohmann G., Robbins M.M., Boesch C. (eds.). Feeding Ecology in Apes and Other Primates. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  187. Alberts S.C., Buchan J.C., Altmann J. 2006. Sexual selection in wild baboons: from mating opportunities to paternity success. Animal Behaviour 72:1177-1196.
  188. Loisel D.A. 2006. Evolutionary genetics of immune system genes in a wild primate population. Ph.D. thesis, Duke University.
  189. Loisel D., Rockman M., Wray, G., Altmann, J., Alberts S. 2006. Ancient polymorphism and functional variation in the primate MHC-DQA1 5' cis-regulatory region. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103:16331-16336.[Supplementary material 1, 2, 3, 4]
  190. Gesquiere L.R., Wango E.O., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2007. Mechanisms of sexual selection: sexual swellings and estrogen concentrations as fertility indicators and cues for male consort decisions in wild baboons. Hormones and Behavior 51:114-125.
  191. Tung J., Rudolph J., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2007. Parallel effects of genetic variation in ACE activity in baboons and humans. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 134:1-8.
  192. Van Horn R.C., Buchan J.C., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2007. Divided destinies: group choice by female savannah baboons during social group fission. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61:1823-1837.
  193. Markham A.C., Altman J. 2008. Remote monitoring of primates using automated GPS technology in open habitats. American Journal of Primatology 70:495-499.
  194. Van Horn R.C., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2008. Can't get there from here: inferring kinship from pairwise genetic relatedness. Animal Behaviour 75:1173-1180.
  195. Charpentier, M.J.E., Van Horn R.C., Altmann J., Alberts, S.C. 2008. Paternal effects on offspring fitness in a multi-male primate society. Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences 105:1988–1992.
  196. Tung J., Charpentier M.J.E., Garfield D.A., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2008. Genetic evidence reveals temporal change in hybridization patterns in a wild baboon population. Molecular Ecology 17:1998–2011. [Supplementary material]
  197. Charpentier, M.J.E., Tung J., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2008. Age at maturity in wild baboons: genetic, environmental and demographic influences. Molecular Ecology 17:2026–2040.[Supplementary material]
  198. Nguyen N., Gesquiere L., Wango E.O., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2008. Late pregnancy glucocorticoid levels predict responsiveness in wild baboon mothers (Papio cynocephalus). Animal Behaviour 75:1747-1756.
  199. Onyango P.O., Gesquiere L.R., Wango E.O., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2008. Persistence of maternal effects in baboons: mother's dominance rank at son's conception predicts stress hormone levels in sub-adult males. Hormones and Behavior 54:319-324.
  200. Gesquiere L.R., Khan M., Shek L., Wango T.L., Wango E.O., Alberts S.C.,  Altmann J. 2008. Coping with a challenging environment: effects of seasonal variability and reproductive status on glucocorticoid concentrations of female baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Hormones and Behavior 54:410–416.
  201. Nguyen, N., Van Horn R.C., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2009. “Friendships” between new mothers and adult males: adaptive benefits and determinants in wild baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63:1331–1344. [Supplementary material]
  202. Tung J., Primus A., Bouley A.J., Severson T.F., Alberts S.C., Wray G.A. 2009. Evolution of a malaria resistance gene in wild primates. Nature 460:388-391.[Supplementary material]
  203. Beehner J., Gesquiere L., Seyfarth R.M., Cheney D.L., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2009. Testosterone related to age and life-history stages in male baboons and geladas. Hormones and Behavior 56:472-480. [Supplementary material]
  204. Altmann S. 2009. Fallback foods, eclectic omnivores, and the packaging problem. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140:615-629.
  205. Altmann J. 2009.  Motherhood, methods, and monkeys: an intertwined professional and personal life. Ch. 2, pp. 39-58. In: Drickamer L, and Dewsbury D (eds.) Leaders in Animal Behavior. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge MA.
  206. Wango T.J.L. 2009. Towards studying hybridization of baboon species in the Amboseli basin using distributed GIS. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Nairobi.
  207. Strier K., Altmann J., Brockman D., Bronikowski A., Cords M., Fedigan L., Lapp H., Liu X., Morris W., Pusey A., Stoinski T., Alberts S. 2010. The primate life history database: A unique shared ecological data resource. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 1:199-211. [Supplementary material 1,2, 3]
  208. Tung J., Alberts S.C., Wray G.A. 2010. Evolutionary genetics in wild primates: combining genetic approaches with field studies of natural populations. Trends in Genetics 26:353-362.
  209. Akinyi M.Y. 2010. Grooming and its effect on the prevalence of tick borne disease: A case study of wild yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus cynocephalus). M.Sc. Thesis, University of Nairobi.
  210. Altmann J., Gesquiere L., Galbany J., Onyango P., Alberts S.C. 2010. The life history context of reproductive aging in a wild primate model. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1204:127-38.
  211. Galbany J., Dotras L., Alberts S.C., Perez-Perez A. 2010. A Tooth length variation related to age in Amboseli baboons. Folia Primatoligica 81:348-359..[Supplementary material Figures and Tables]
  212. Gesquiere L.R., Onyango P.O., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2010. Endocrinology of year-round reproduction in a highly seasonal habitat: environmental variability in testosterone and glucocorticoids in baboon males. American Journal of Physical Anthroplogy 144:169-176.
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    Morris W.F., Altmann, J., Brockman D.K., Fedigan L.M., Pusey A.E., Stoinski T.A., Bronikowski A.M., Alberts S.C., Strier K.B. 2010. Low demographic variability in wild primate populations: fitness impacts of variation, covariation, and serial correlation in vital rates. American Naturalist 177:E14-E28
  214. Tung J. 2010. Functional and evolutionary genetics of a wild baboon population. Ph.D. thesis, Duke University.
  215. Galbany J., Altmann J., Pérez-Pérez A.,  Alberts S.C. 2011. Age and individual foraging behavior predict tooth wear in Amboseli baboons. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 144:51-59.[Supplementary material]
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    Bronikowski A.M., Altmann J., Brockman D.K., Cords M., Fedigan L.M., Pusey A.E., Stoinski T., Morris W.F., Strier K.B., Alberts S.C. 2011. Aging in the natural world: comparative data reveal similar mortality patterns across primates. Science 331:1325-1328.[Supplementary material]
  217. Tung J., Akinyi M.Y., Mutura S., Altmann J., Wray G.A., Alberts S.C. 2011. Allele-specific gene expression in wild nonhuman primates. Molecular Ecology 20:725-739 [Supplementary material]
  218. Onyango, P.O. 2011. Balance of investment between parental care and mating effort in male baboons. Ph.D. thesis, Princeton University.
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    Gesquiere L.R., Learn N.H., Simao C.M., Onyango, P.O., Alberts, S.C., Altmann, J. 2011. Life at the top: rank and stress in wild male baboons. Science 333:357-360.[Supplementary material][Podcast with Jeanne Altmann]
  220. Markham, A.C., L.R. Gesquiere, J-P Bellenger, Alberts, S.C., Altmann, J. 2011. White monkey syndrome and presumptive copper deficiency in wild savannah baboons. American Journal of Primatology 73:1160-1168.
  221. Nguyen N., Gesquiere L., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2012. Sex differences in the mother-neonate relationship in wild baboons: social, experiential, and hormonal correlates. Animal Behaviour 83:891-903. [Supplementary material]
  222. Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2012. "The Amboseli Baboon Research Project: 40 Years of Continuity and Change". Pp 261-288 In: Long-term field studies of primates. Edited by Kappeler, P. and Watt, D.P. Spring Verlag.
  223. Babbit C.C, Tung J., Wray G.A., Alberts, S.C. 2012. Changes in gene expression associated with reproductive maturation in wild female baboons. Genome Biology and Evolution 4:102-109. [Supplementary material]
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    Charpentier M.J.E., Fontaine M.C., Cherel E., Renoult J.P., Jenkins T., Benoit L., Barthes N., Alberts S.C., Tung J. 2012. Genetic structure in a dynamic baboon hybrid zone corroborates behavioral observations in a hybrid population. Molecular Ecology 21:715-731.  [Supplementary material]
  225. Silk J.B., Alberts S.C., Altmann, J., Cheney D.L., Seyfarth, R. M. 2012. Stability of partner choice among female baboons. Animal Behavior 83:1511-1518.
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    Tung J., Charpentier, J.E., Mukherjee, S., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2012. Genetic effects on mating success and partner choice in a social mammal. American Naturalist 180:113-129 [Supplementary material]
  227. Markham A.C., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2012. Intergroup conflict: ecological predictors of winning and consequences of defeat in a wild primate population. Animal Behaviour 84:399-403.
  228. Archie E.A., Altmann, J., Alberts S.C. 2012. Social status predicts wound healing in wild baboons. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109:9017-9022. [Supplementary material]
  229. Altmann J. "Beauty and Attraction: in the 'eye' of the beholder'. Chapter to appear in Darwin College symposium volume, Beauty. Cambridge University Press.
  230. Alberts S.C.  2012. Magnitude and sources of variation in male reproductive performance. In: Evolution of Primate Societies. Edited by Mitani J., Call J., Kappeler P., Palombit R., and Silk J.B., University of Chicago Press.
  231. Alberts S.C., Fitzpatrick, C.L. 2012. Paternal care and the evolution of exaggerated sexual swellings in primates. Behavioral Ecology 23:699-706.
  232. Harper K.N., Fyumagwa R.D., Hoare R., Wambura P.N., Coppenhaver D.H., Sapolsky R.M., Alberts S.C., Tung J., Rogers J., Kilewo M., Matamuzi, E.K., Leendertz F.H., Armelagos, G.J., Knauf, S. 2012. Treponema pallidum infection in the wild baboons of East Africa: Distribution and genetic characterization of the strains responsible. PLoS ONE. 7:e50882. [Supplementary material]
  233. Altmann J., Combes S.L., Alberts S.C. 2013. Papio cynocephalus Yellow Baboon. In: Butynski T.M., Kingdon J., Kalina J. (ed). Mammals of Africa Vol. II: Primates 228-232. Bloomsbury Publishing
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    Akinyi M.Y., Tung, J., Jeneby, M., Patel, N.B., Altmann, J., Alberts, S.C. 2013. Role of grooming in reducing tick loads in wild baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Animal Behaviour 85:559-568.[Supplementary material]
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    Onyango P.O., Gesquiere, L.R., Altmann, J., Alberts, S.C. 2013. Testosterone positively associated with mating effort and paternal investment in savanna baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Hormones and Behavior 63:430-436.[Supplementary material]
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    Runcie D.E., Wiedmann M., Archie E.A., Altmann J., Wray G.A., Alberts S.C., Tung, J. 2013. Social environment influences the relationship between genotype and gene expression in wild baboons. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 368:20120345. [Supplementary material]
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    Markham A.C., Guttal V., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2013. When good neighbors don’t need fences: Temporal landscape partitioning among baboon social groups. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67:875-884.
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    Alberts, S.C., Altmann J.A., Brockman D.K., Cords M., Fedigan, L.M., Pusey, A., Stoinski T.S., Strier K.B., Morris W.F., Bronikowski A.M. 2013. Reproductive aging patterns in primates reveal that humans are unique. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 33:13440-13445.[Supplementary material]
  239. Onyango P.O., Gesquiere L., Altmann J., Alberts S.C.. 2013. Puberty and dispersal in a wild primate population. Hormones and Behavior 64:240-249.
  240. Galbany J., Romero A., Mayo-Aleson M., Itsoma F., Gamarra B., Perez-Perez A., Willaume E., Kappeler P.M., Charpentier, M.J.E. 2014. Age-related tooth wear differs between forest and savanna primates. PLoS One 9:e94938. [Supplementary material]
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    Fitzpatrick, C.L., Altmann, J., Alberts, S.C. 2014. Sources of variance in a female fertility signal: exaggerated estrous swellings in a natural population of baboons. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68:1109-1122.
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    Archie, E.A., Altmann, J., Alberts, S.C. 2014. Costs of reproduction in a long-lived female primate: injury risk and wound healing. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68:1183-1193 [Supplementary material 1, 2, 3]
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    Gesquiere L.R., Ziegler T.E., Chen P.A., Epstein K.A., Alberts S.C., Altmann J.A. 2014. Measuring fecal testosterone in females and fecal estrogen in males: comparison of RIA and LC/MS/MS methods for wild baboons (Papio cynocephalus). General and Comparative Endocrinology 204:141-149. [Supplementary material]
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    Lea A.J., Learn N.H., Theus M.J., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2014. Complex sources of variance in female dominance rank in a nepotistic society. Animal Behaviour  94:87-99 [Supplementary material]
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    Archie E.A., Tung, J. Clark M., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2014. Social affiliation matters: both same-sex and opposite-sex relationships predict survival in wild female baboons. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281:20141261 [Supplementary material]
  246. Alberts S.C., Archie E.A., Gesquiere L.R., Altmann J.A., Vaupel J.W., Christiansen, K. 2014 The male-female health-survival paradox: A comparative perspective on sex differences in aging and mortality.  In: Advances in Biodemography: Cross-Species Comparisons of Social Environments and Social Behaviors, and their Effects on Health and Longevity. (Eds. Weinstein M., Lane M.) Washington, DC: National Research Council and National Academies Press. pp. 339-363 
  247. Tung J., Zhou, X.,  Alberts S.C., Stephens M., Gilad, Y. 2015. The genetic architecture of gene expression levels in wild baboons. eLife. 4:e04729 [see online version for supplementary material]
  248. Habig R., Archie E.A. 2015. Social status, immune response and parasitism in males: a meta-analysis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. 370:20140109 [Supplementary material]  dryadbutton
  249. Tung J., Barriero L.B., Burns M., Grenier J.C., Lynch J., Grieneisen L., Altmann J., Alberts S.C., Blekhman R., Archie E.A. 2015. Social networks predict gut microbiome composition in wild baboons. eLife 4:e05224**   * * highlighted in this eLife Insight by Jack Gilbert. [see online version for supplementary material]
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    Fitzpatrick C,L., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2015. Exaggerated sexual swellings and male mate choice in primates: testing the reliable indicator hypothesis in the Amboseli baboons. Animal Behaviour 104:175-185
  251. Ren* T., Grieneisen* L.E., Alberts S.C., Archie E.A., Wu M. 2015. Development, diet and dynamism: longitudinal and cross-sectional predictors of gut microbial communities in wild baboons.  Environmental Microbiology 18:1312–1325 *these authors contributed equally. [Supplementary material
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  253. Markham A.C., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2015. Haven for the night: sleeping site selection on a wild primate. Behavioral Ecology 27:29-35 [Supplementary material]
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    Franz M., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2015. Knockouts of high-ranking males have limited impact on baboon social networks. Current Zoology 61:107–113 
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    Galbany J., Tung J., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2015. Canine size in wild male baboons from Amboseli: maturation, aging and social dominance rank.  PLoS ONE 10:e0126415 
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    Franz M., McLean E., Tung J., Altmann J., Alberts S.C.. 2015.  Self-organizing dominance hierarchies in a wild primate population. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 282:20151512 [Supplementary material, Figures S1, S2 and Table S1]
  257. Archie E.A. and Tung J. 2015. Social behavior and the microbiome. Current Opinions in Behavioral Sciences 6:28–34 
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    Markham A.C., Gesquiere L.R., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2015. Optimal group size in a highly social mammal. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112:14882-14887.[Supplementary material]
  259. Lea A.J., Tung J., Zhou X. 2015. A flexible, efficient binomial mixed model for identifying differential DNA methylation in bisulfite sequencing data. PLoS Genetics 11:e1005650. [Software available here]
  260. Franz M., Alberts S.C. 2015. Social network dynamics: the importance of distinguishing between heterogeneous and homogeneous changes.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69:2059-2069 [Supplementary material, S1 and R code]
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    Lea A.J., Altmann J., Alberts S.C., Tung J. 2016. Resource base influences genome-wide DNA methylation levels in wild baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Molecular Ecology 25:1681-1696 [Supplementary material]
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    Bronikowski A., Cords M., Alberts S.C., Altmann J., Brockman D.K., Fedigan L.M., Pusey A., Stoinski T., Strier K.B., Morris W.F.  2016. Female and male life tables for seven wild primate species. Scientific Data 3:160006
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    Tung* J., Archie* E.A., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2016. Cumulative early life adversity predicts longevity in wild baboons. Nature Communications 7:11181 *these authors contributed equally. [Supplementary material]
  264. Alberts S.C. 2016. The Challenge of Survival for Wild Infant Baboons. American Scientist 104:366-373
  265. Snyder-Mackler N., Majoros W.H., Yuan M.L., Shaver A.O., Gordon J.B., Kopp G.H., Schlebusch S.A., Wall J.D., Alberts S.C., Mukherjee S., Zhou X., Tung J. 2016. Efficient genome-wide sequencing and low coverage pedigree analysis from non-invasively collected samples. Genetics 203:699-714. [Software available, supplementary material]
  266. Colchero F., Rau R.,  Jones O.R., Barthold J.A., Conde D.A., Lenart A., Nemeth L.,  Scheuerlein A., Schoeley J., Torres C., Zarulli V., Altmann J., Brockman D.K., Bronikowski A.M., Fedigan L.M.,  Pusey A.E., Stoinski T.S., Strier K.B.,  Baudisch A., Alberts S.C., Vaupel J.W.  2016. The emergence of longevous populations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113:E7681-E7690. [Links to datasets are available in paper]
  267. Wall J.D., Schlebusch S.A., Alberts S.C., Cox L.A., Snyder-Mackler N., Nevonen K., Carbone L.,Tung J. 2016. Genome-wide ancestry and divergence patterns from low-coverage sequencing data reveal a complex history of admixture in wild baboons. Molecular Ecology 25:3469-3483. [Links to supplementary material and additional sequence datasets in paper]
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    Zipple M.N., Grady H.J., Gordon J.B.,  Chow L.D., Archie E.A.,  Altmann J.,  Alberts S.C. 2017. Conditional fetal and infant killing by male baboons. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 284:20162561. [Supplementary material]
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    Miller E.A., Livermore J.A., Alberts S.C., Tung J., Archie E.A. 2017. Ovarian cycling and reproductive state shape the vaginal microbiota in wild baboons. Microbiome 5:8. [Supplementary materials S1, S2, S3, S4]
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    Markham A.C., Gesquiere L.R. 2017. Cost and benefits of group living in primates: an energetic perspective. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 372:20160239.
  271. Akinyi M.Y., Gesquiere L.A.,  Franz M.,  Onyango P.O., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2017. Hormonal correlates of natal dispersal and rank attainment in wild male baboons. Hormones and Behavior 94:153–161. [Supplementary materials]
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    Grieneisen L.G.,  Livermore J., Alberts S.C., Tung J. Archie E.A. 2017. Group living and male dispersal predict the core gut microbiome in wild baboons. Integrative and Comparative Biology 57:770-785.  [Supplementary material]
  273. Markham A.C.. 2017. Amboseli. In  Fuentes A. et al. 2017 The International Encyclopedia of Primatology. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
  274. Campos F.A., Morris W.F., Alberts S.C., Altmann J., Brockman D.K., Cords, M., Pusey A., Stoinski T.S, Strier K.B., Fedigan L.M. 2017. Does climate variability influence the demography of wild primates? Evidence from long-term life-history data in seven species. Global Change Biology 23:4907-4921.  [Supplementary material]
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    Gesquiere L.R., Altmann J. Archie E.A., Alberts S.C. 2018. Interbirth intervals in wild baboons: Environmental predictors and hormonal correlates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 166:107-126.  [Supplementary material]
  276. Lea A.J., Tung J. Archie E.A., Alberts S.C. 2018. Developmental plasticity: Bridging research in evolution and human health. Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health 2017:162–175
  277. Lea A.J., Tung J. Archie E.A., Alberts S.C. 2018. Developmental plasticity research in evolution and human health: response to commentaries. Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health 2017:201-205.
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    Tucker M.A. et al 2018. Moving in the Anthropocene: Global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements. Science  359:466-469.  [Supplementary material]
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    Gesquiere L.R., Pugh M., Alberts  S.C., Markham A.C. 2018. Estimation of energetic condition in wild baboons using fecal thyroid hormone determination. General and Comparative Endocrinology 260:9-17.
  280. Reese A.T., Pereira F.C.,  Schintlmeister A., Berry D., Wagner M., Hale L., Wu A., Jiang S., Durand H.K., Zhou X., Premont R.T., Diehl A.M., O’Connell T.M., Alberts S.C., Kartzinel T.R., Pringle R.M. , Dunn R.R., Wright J.P., David L.A. 2018. Microbial nitrogen limitation in the mammalian large intestine. Nature Microbiology 3:1441-1450. [Supplementary materials S1, S2, S3]
  281. Lea A.J., Akinyi M.Y., Nyakundi R., Mareri P., Nyundo F., Kariuki T., Alberts S.C., Archie E.A., Tung T. 2018. Dominance rank-associated gene expression is widespread, sex-specific, and a precursor to high social status in wild male baboons. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115(52):E12163-E12171. [Supplementary material, Supplementary datasets]
  282. Alberts S.C. 2019. Social influences on survival and reproduction: Insights from a long‐term study of wild baboons. Journal of Animal Ecology 88:47–66
  283. Vilgalys T.P., Rogers J., Jolly C.J, Baboon Genome Analysis Consortium, Mukherjee S.,  Tung J. 2019. Evolution of DNA Methylation in Papio Baboons.  Molecular Biology and Evolution 36:527-540. [Supplementary material]
  284. Devoto A.E., Santini J.M., Olm M.R., Anantharaman K., Munk P., Tung J., Archie E.A., Turnbaugh P.J., Seed K.D., Blekhman R., Aarestrup F.M., Thomas B.C., Banfield J.F. 2019. Megaphages infect Prevotella and variants are widespread in gut microbiomes. Nature Microbiology 4: 693–700. [Supplementary figures, Supplementary tables, Reporting summary]
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    Zipple M.N.,  Archie E.A., Tung J., Altmann J.,  Alberts S.C. 2019. Intergenerational effects of early adversity on survival in wild baboons. eLife 8:e47433. [Supplementary material]
  286. Grieneisen L.E., Charpentier M.J.E., Alberts S.C., Blekhman R., Bradburd G., Tung J., Archie E.A. 2019. Genes, geology and germs: gut microbiota across a primate hybrid zone are explained by site soil properties, not host species. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286:20190431. [Supplementary materialSupplementary table]
  287. dryadbutton

    Akinyi M.Y.,  Jansen, D., Habig, B., Gesquiere L.R., Alberts, S.C. Archie, E.A. 2019. Costs and drivers of helminth parasite infection in wild female baboons. Journal of Animal Ecology 88:1029-1043
  288. Obanda V., Maingi N., Muchemi G., Ng’ang’a C.J., Angelone S., Archie E.A. 2019.Infection dynamics of gastrointestinal helminths in sympatric non-human primates, livestock and wild ruminants in Kenya. PLOS ONE 14(6):e0217929. [Supplementary material S1, S2]
  289. Wango T.L., Musiega D., Mundia C.N., Altmann J., Alberts S.C., Tung, J. 2019. Climate and land cover analysis suggest no strong ecological barriers to gene flow in a natural baboon hybrid zone. International Journal of Primatology 40:53-70.  [Supplementary materials S1, S2]
  290. dryadbutton

    Habig B., Jansen, D., Akinyi, M.Y, Gesquiere, L.R., Alberts S.C., Archie E.A. 2019. Multi-scale predictors of parasite risk in wild male savanna baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73:134. [Supplementary material]
  291. dryadbutton

    McLean E.M., Archie E.A., Alberts S.C. 2019. Lifetime Fitness in Wild Female Baboons: Trade-Offs and Individual Heterogeneity in Quality. American Naturalist 194:745-759. [Supplementary material]
  292. Fan Y., Vilgalys T.P., Sun S., Peng Q., Tung J., Zhou X. 2019. IMAGE: high-powered detection of genetic effects on DNA methylation using integrated methylation QTL mapping and allele-specific analysis. Genome Biology 20:220.
  293. dryadbutton

    Gesquiere L.R., Habig B., Hansen C., Li A., Fried K., Learn N.H., Alberts S.C., Graham A.L., Archie E.A. 2020. Noninvasive measurement of mucosal immunity in a free-ranging baboon population. American Journal of Primatology 82:e23093.
  294. dryadbutton

    Rosenbaum S.R., Zeng S., Campos F.A., Gesquiere L., Altmann J., Alberts S.C., Li F., Archie E.A. 2020. Social bonds do not mediate the relationship between early adversity and adult glucocorticoids in wild baboons. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117:20052-20062. [Supplementary material]
  295. dryadbutton

    Levy E.J., Gesquiere L.R., McLean E., Franz M., J. Warutere K., Sayialel S.N., Mututua R.S., Wango T.L., Oudu V.K., Altmann J., Archie E.A., Alberts S.C. 2020. Higher dominance rank is associated with lower glucocorticoids in wild female baboons: A rank metric comparison. Hormones and Behavior 125:104826. [Supplementary material]
  296. Snyder-Mackler N., Burger J.R., Gaydosh L., Belsky D., Noppert G.A., Campos F.A., Bartolomucci A., Yang Y.C., Aiello A.E., O’Rand A., Harris K.M., Shively C.A., Alberts S.C., Tung J. 2020. Social determinants of health and survival in humans and other animals. Science 368:eaax9553.
  297. Levy* E.J., Zipple* M.N., McLean E., Campos F.A., Dasari M., Fogel A.S., Franz M., Gesquiere L.R., Gordon J.B., Grieneisen L., Habig B., Jansen D., Learn N.H., Weibel C.J., Altmann J., Alberts* S.C. and Archie* E.A. 2020. A comparison of dominance rank metrics reveals multiple competitive landscapes in an animal society. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287:20201013 *these authors contributed equally. [Supplementary material]
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    Campos F.A., Villavicencio F., Archie E.A., Colchero F.,  Alberts S.C. 2020. Social bonds, social status and survival in wild baboons: a tale of two sexes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375:20190621. [Supplementary material]
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    Weibel C.J., Tung J., Alberts S.C., Archie E.A. 2020. Accelerated reproduction is not an adaptive response to early-life adversity in wild baboons. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117:24909-24919. [Supplementary material]
  300. Zipple M.N., Altmann J., Campos F.A., Cords M., Fedigan L.M., Lawler R.R., Lonsdorf E.V., Perry S., Pusey A.E., Stoinski T.S., Strier K.B., Alberts S.C. 2021. Maternal Death and Offspring Fitness in Wild Primates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118:e2015317118. [Supplementary material]
  301. Zeng S., Rosenbaum S., Alberts S.C., Archie E.A., Li F. 2021. Causal Mediation Analysis for Sparse and Irregular Longitudinal Data. The Annals of Applied Statistics 15:747-767.
  302. dryadbutton zenodo mcbi

    Anderson J.A., Johnston R.A., Lea A.J., Campos F.A., Voyles T.A., Akinyi M.Y., Alberts S.C., Archie E.A., Tung J. 2021. High social status males experience accelerated epigenetic aging in wild baboons. eLife 10:e66128.
  303. zenodo zenodo

    Gogarten J., Rühlemann M., Archie E.A., Tung J., Akoua-Koffi C., Bang C., Deschner T., Muyembe-Tamfun J.J., Robbins M.M., Schubert G., Surbeck M., Wittig R.M., Zuberbühler K., Baines J.F., Franke A., Leendertz F.H., Calvignac-Spencer S. 2021. Primate phageomes are structured by superhost phylogeny and environment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118:e2013535118. [Supplementary data, Sequence data at NCBI PRJNA692042, PRJNA271618, DDBJ  ERP104379]
  304. dryadbutton

    Campos F.A., Archie, E.A., Gesquiere, L.R., Tung, J. Alberts S.C. 2021. Glucocorticoid exposure predicts survival in female baboons. Science Advances 7:eabf6759. [Supplementary material]
  305. dryadbutton

    Colchero F., Aburto J.M., Archie E.A., Boesch C., Breuer T., Campos F.A., Collins A., Conde D.A., Cords M., Crockford C., Thompson M.E., Fedigan L.M., Fichtel C., Groenenberg M., Hobaiter C., Kappeler P.M., Lawler R.R., Lewis R.J., Machanda Z.P., Manguette M.L., Muller M.N., Packer C., Parnell R.J., Perry S., Pusey A.E., Robbins M.M., Seyfarth R.M., Silk J.B., Staerk J., Stoinski T.S., Stokes E.J., Strier K.B., Strum S.C., Tung J., Villavicencio F., Wittig R.M., Wrangham R.W., Zuberbühler K., Vaupel J.W., Alberts S.C. 2021. The long lives of primates and the ‘invariant rate of ageing’ hypothesis. Nature Communications 12: 3666. [Supplementary data]
  306. Grieneisen L., Dasari M., Gould T.J., Björk J.R., Grenier J., Yotova V., Jansen D., Gottel N., Gordon J.B., Learn N.H., Gesquiere L.R., Wango T.L., Mututua R.S., Warutere J.K., Siodi L., Gilbert J.A., Barreiro L.B., Alberts S.C., Tung* J., Archie* E.A., Blekhman* R. 2021. Gut microbiome heritability is nearly universal but environmentally contingent. Science 373:181-186 *these authors contributed equally. [Supplementary material, Supplementary tables, Sequence data ERP119849]
  307. Fogel A.S., McLean E.M., Gordon J.B., Archie, E.A., Tung, J., Alberts S.C. 2021. Genetic ancestry predicts male–female affiliation in a natural baboon hybrid zone. Animal Behaviour 180:249-268.
  308. Lerch B.A., Abbott K.C., Archie E.A., Alberts S.C. 2021. Better baboon break-ups: collective decision theory of complex social network fissions. Proceedings of the Royal Society 288:2021060. [Supplementary material  1 and  2]
  309. github mcbi

    Anderson J.A., Lea A.J., Voyles T.N., Akinyi M.Y., Nyakundi R., Ochola L., Omondi M., Nyundo F., Zhang Y., Campos F.A., Alberts S.C., Archie E.A., Tung J. 2022. Distinct gene regulatory signatures of dominance rank and social bond strength in wild baboons. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 377:20200441. [Supplementary material , NCBI datasets PRJNA480672 , PRJNA731520 , and  PRJNA731674]
  310. github

    Galezo A.A., Nolas M.A., Fogel A.S., Mututua R.S., Warutere J.K., Siodi I.L, Altmann J., Archie E.A., Tung J., Alberts S.C. 2022. Mechanisms of inbreeding avoidance in a wild primate. Current Biology 32:1607-1615. [Supplementary material S1 and S2]
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    Richardson J.L. *, Levy E.J*., Ranjithkumar R., Yang H., Monson, E., Cronin A., Galbany J., Robbins M.M, Alberts S.C., Reeves M.E., McFarlin, S.C. 2022. Automated, high‑throughput image calibration for parallel‑laser photogrammetry. Mammalian Biology 102:615-627 *these authors contributed equally.
  312. Campos F.A., Altmann J., Cords M., Fedigan L.M., Lawler R., Lonsdorf E.V., Stoinski T.S., Strier K.B., Bronikowski A.M., Pusey A.E., Alberts S.C. 2022. Female reproductive aging in seven primate species: Patterns and consequences. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119(20):e2117669119. [Supplementary material]
  313. Björk J.R., Dasari M., Roche, K., Grieneisen L.,Gould T.J., Grenier J.C., Yotova V., Gottel N., Jansen D., Gesquiere L.R., Gordon J.B., Learn N.H., Wango T.L., Mututua R.S., Warutere J.K., Siodi L., Mukherjee, S., Barreiro L.B., Alberts S.C., Gilbert J.A., Tung J., Blekhman R., Archie E.A. 2022. Synchrony and idiosyncrasy in the gut microbiome of wild baboons. Nature Ecology & Evolution 6:955-964. [Supplementary material]
  314. Vilgalys T.P*., Fogel A.S*., Anderson J.A., Mututua R.S., Warutere J.K., Siodi I.L., Kim S.Y., Voyles T.N., Robinson J.A., Wall J.D., Archie E.A., Alberts S.C., Tung J. 2022.  Selection against admixture and gene regulatory divergence in a long-term primate field study.  Science 377:635–641 *these authors contributed equally. [Supplementary material, Tables S1 - S9
  315. Bonnet T., Morrissey M.B., Villemereuil Pde., Alberts S.C., Arcese P., Bailey L.D., Boutin S., Brekke P., Brent L.J.N., Camenisch G., Charmantier A., Clutton-Brock T.H., Cockburn A., Coltman D.W., Courtiol A., Davidian E., Evans S.R., Ewen J.G., Festa-Bianchet M., Franceschi Cde., Gustafsson L., Höner O.P., Houslay T.M., Keller L.F., Manser M., McAdam A.G., McLean E., Nietlisbach P., Osmond H.L.,  Pemberton J.M., Postma E., Reid J.M., Rutschmann A., Santure A.W., Sheldon B.C., Slate J., Teplitsky C., Visser M.E., Wachter B., Kruuk L.E.B. 2022. Genetic variance in fitness indicates rapid contemporary adaptive evolution in wild animals. Science 376:1012-1101. [Supplementary material, Data S1Code S1]
  316. github

    Ellis S., Johnstone R. A., Cant M. A., Franks D. W., Weiss M. N., Alberts S. C., Balcomb K. C., Benton C. H., Brent L. J. N., Crockford C., Davidian E., Delahay R.J., Ellifrit D. K., Höner O. P., Meniri M., McDonald R.A., Nichols H.J., Thompson F.J., Vigilant L., Wittig R.M., Croft D.P. 2022. Patterns and consequences of age-linked change in local relatedness in animal societies. Nature Ecology & Evolution 6:1799-1801. [Supplementary material]
  317. Paietta E.N., Weibel C.J., Jansen D.A., Mututua R.S., Warutere J.K., Siodi I.L., Gesquiere L.R., Obanda V., Alberts S.C., Archie E.A. 2022.  Troubled waters: Water availability drives human-baboon encounters in a protected, semi-arid landscape. Biological Conservation 274:109740.
  318. Sheldon B.C., Kruuk L.E.B., Alberts S.C. 2022. The expanding value of long-term studies of individuals in the wild. Nature Ecology & Evolution 6:1799-1801
  319. Fogel A.S.*, Oduor P.O.*, Nyongesa A.W., Kimwele C.N., Alberts S.C., Archie E.A., Tung J. 2023. Ecology and age, but not genetic ancestry, predict fetal loss in a wild baboon hybrid zone. American Journal of Biological Anthropology 180;618-632 *these authors contributed equally.
  320. Zeng S., Lange E.C., Archie E.A ., Campos F.A., Alberts S.C., Li F. 2023. A causal mediation model for longitudinal mediators and survival outcomes with an application to animal behavior. Journal of Agricultural,Biological and Environmental Statistics 28:197-218. [Supplementary tex, Supplementary material]
  321. Roche K., Björk J.R., Dasari M., Grieneisen L., Jansen D., Gould T.J., Gesquiere L.R., Barreiro L.B., Alberts S.C., Blekhman R., Gilbert J.A., Tung J., Mukherjee, S., Archie E.A. 2023. Universal gut microbial relationships in the gut microbiome of wild baboons. eLife 12:e83152.
  322. McLean E.M., Moorad J.A., Tung J., Archie E.A., Alberts S.C. 2023. Genetic variance and indirect genetic effects for affiliative social behavior in a wild primate. Evolution 77(7):1607-1621. [Supplementary material]
  323. Lange E.C., Zeng S., Campos F.A., Li F., Tung J., Archie E.A., Alberts S.C. 2023. Early life adversity and adult social relationships have independent effects on survival in a wild primate. Science Advances 9:eade7172. [Supplementary material]
  324. Zipple M.N., Archie E.A., Tung J., Mutuutua R.S., Warutere J.K., Siodi I.L., Altmann J., Alberts S.C. 2023. Five decades of data yield no support for adaptive biasing of offspring sex ratio in wild baboons (Papio cynocephalus). The American Naturalist 202:383-398.
  325. Tung J., Lange E.C., Alberts S.C., Archie E.A. 2023. Social and early life determinants of survival from cradle to grave: a case study in wild baboons. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 152:105282.
  326. Levy E.J., Lee A., Siodi I.L., Helmich E.C., McLean E.M., Malone E.J., Pickard M.J., Ranjithkumar R., Tung J., Archie E.A., Alberts S.C. 2023. Early life drought predicts components of adult body size in wild female baboons. American Journal of Biological Anthropology 182:357-371.
  327. Lange E.C., Griffin M., Fogel A.S., Archie E.A., Tung J., Alberts S.C. 2023. Environmental, sex-specific and genetic determinants of infant social behaviour in a wild primate. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 290:20231597.
  328. Gesquiere L.R., Adjangba C., Wango T.L., Oudu V.K., Mututua R.S., Warutere J.K., Siodi I.L., Campos F.A., Archie E.A., Markham A.C., Alberts S.C. 2024. Thyroid hormone concentrations in female baboons: Metabolic consequences of living in a highly seasonal environment. Hormones and Behavior 161:105505. [Supplementary material]
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    Anderson J.A., Lin D., Lea A.J., Johnston R.A., Voyles T.A., Akinyi M.Y., Archie E.A., Alberts S.C., Tung J. 2024. DNA methylation signatures of early-life adversity are exposure-dependent in wild baboons. PNAS 121:e2309469121. [NCBI datasets PRJNA970398, PRJNA871297]
  330. Weibel C.J., Dasari M.R., Jansen D.A., Gesquiere L.R., Mututua R.S., Warutere J.K., Siodi I.L., Alberts S.C., Tung J., Archie E.A. 2024. Using non-invasive behavioral and physiological data to measure biological age in wild baboons. GeroScience. [Supplement 1, Supplement 2]

ABRP publications

Here we list all publications that have originated at the project since 1966. The list is in chronological order. Click here for a list in alphabetical order.


Collaborating institutions

Princeton, Duke, Notre Dame, and Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology

Princeton University

Duke University

University of Notre Dame

Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology






Additional Partner Institutions

Kenya Wildlife Service, University of Nairobi, Institute of Primate Research, The George Washington University, National Museums of Kenya, Enduimet Wildlife Management Area
















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