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Olive baboons communicate intentionally by pointing
Meunier H., Prieur J., Vauclair J.
Animal Cognition 16, 2 (2013) 155-163 [hal-01021754 - version 1]
Baboons' hand preference resists to spatial factors for a communicative gesture but not for a simple manipulative action
Bourjade M., Meunier H., Blois-Heulin C., Vauclair J.
Developmental Psychobiology 55, 6 (2013) 651-661 [hal-01021749 - version 1]
Visual lateralization is task and age dependent in cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
Jozet-Alves C., Viblanc V. A., Romagny S., Dacher M., Healy S. et al
Elsevier 83 (2012) 1313-1318 [hal-00867079 - version 1]
On the significance of adult play: what does social play tell us about adult horse welfare?
Hausberger M., Fureix C., Bourjade M., Wessel-Robert S., Richard-Yris M.-A.
Naturwissenschaften 99, 4 (2012) 291-302 [hal-01021858 - version 1]
Exploring aggression regulation in managed groups of horses Equus caballus
Fureix C., Bourjade M., Henry S., Sankey C., Hausberger M.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 138, 3-4, SI (2012) 216-228 [hal-01021853 - version 1]
To beg, or not to beg? That is the question: mangabeys modify their production of requesting gestures in response to human's attentional states
Maille A., Engelhart L., Bourjade M., Blois-Heulin C.
PLoS ONE 7, 7 (2012) e41197 [hal-01020439 - version 1]
Hand preference and its flexibility according to the position of the object: a study in cercopithecines examining spontaneous behaviour and an experimental task (the Bishop QHP task)
Chapelain A., Laurence A., Vimond M., Maille A., Meunier H. et al
Animal Cognition 15, 5 (2012) 937--953 [hal-01020431 - version 1]
Can brown lemurs (Eulemur fulvus) learn to deceive a human competitor ?
Genty E., Roeder J.-J., Foltz J.
Animal cognition 11 (2008) 255-266 [hal-00325052 - version 1]
Transfer of self-control in black (Eulemur macaco) and brown (Eulemur fulvus) lemurs: choice of a less preferred food item under a reverse-reward contingency.
Genty E., Roeder J.-J.
Journal of Comparative Psychology 121, 4 (2007) 354-362 [hal-00260103 - version 1]