Publikationen der Gruppe

Publikationen der Gruppe

Zeitschriftenartikel (20)

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    Fröhlich, M.; Müller, G.; Zeiträg, C.; Wittig, R. M.; Pika, S.: Gestural development of chimpanzees in the wild: the impact of interactional experience. Animal Behaviour (2017)
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    Luef, E. M.; Pika, S.: Reciprocal greeting in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) at the Ngogo community. Journal of Neurolinguistics (2017)
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    Prieur, J.; Pika, S.; Barbu, S.; Blois-Heulina, C.: Corrigendum to "A multifactorial investigation of captive chimpanzees' intraspecific gestural laterality" [Animal Behaviour 116 (2016) 31-43]. Animal Behaviour 124, S. 25 - 25 (2017)
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    Fröhlich, M.; Wittig, R. M.; Pika, S.: Should I stay or should I go? Initiation of joint travel in mother–infant dyads of two chimpanzee communities in the wild. Animal Cognition 19 (3), S. 483 - 500 (2016)
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    Fröhlich, M.; Kuchenbuch, P.; Müller, G.; Fruth, B.; Furuichi, T.; Wittig, R. M.; Pika, S.: Unpeeling the layers of language: Bonobos and chimpanzees engage in cooperative turn-taking sequences. Scientific Reports 6, 25887 (2016)
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    Fröhlich, M.; Wittig, R. M.; Pika, S.: Play-solicitation gestures in chimpanzees in the wild: Flexible adjustment to social circumstances and individual matrices. Royal Society Open Science 3, 160278 (2016)
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    Luef, E. M.; Breuer, T.; Pika, S.: Food-associated calling in gorillas (Gorilla g. gorilla) in the wild. PLoS One 11 (2), e0144197 (2016)
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    Pika, S.: Response to: Commentary: The use of referential gestures in ravens (Corvus corax) in the wild. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4, 121 (2016)
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    Prieur, J.; Pika, S.; Barbu, S.; Blois-Heulina, C.: A multifactorial investigation of captive chimpanzees' intraspecific gestural laterality. Animal Behaviour 116, S. 31 - 43 (2016)
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    Prieur, J.; Pika, S.; Barbu, S.; Blois-Heulin, C.: Gorillas are right-handed for their most frequent intraspecific gestures. Animal Behaviour 118, S. 165 - 170 (2016)
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    Prieur, J.; Pika, S.; Barbu, S.; Blois-Heulin, C.: Corrigendum to "Gorillas are right-handed for their most frequent intraspecific gestures” [Animal Behaviour 118 (2016) 165-170]. Animal Behaviour 122, S. 87 - 87 (2016)
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    Sima, M.; Pika, S.; Bugnyar, T.: Experimental manipulation of food accessibility affects conflict management behaviour in ravens. Ethology 122 (2), S. 114 - 126 (2016)
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    Child, S. F. J.; Theakston, A.; Pika, S.: How do modelled gestures influence preschool children's spontaneous gesture production? Social versus semantic influence. Gesture 14 (1), S. 1 - 25 (2014)
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    Luef, E. M.; Pika, S.: Acoustical variation and contextual specificity of a gorilla vocalization: A case study. Psychology and Behavioral Sciences 3 (6), S. 192 - 196 (2014)
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    Osvath, M.; Sima, M.: Sub-adult ravens synchronize their play: A case of emotional contagion? Animal Behavior and Cognition 1 (2), S. 197 - 205 (2014)
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    Luef, E. M.; Pika, S.: Gorilla mothers also matter! New insights on social transmission in gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) in captivity. PLoS One 8 (11), e79600 (2013)
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    Fröhlich, M.; Berger, A.; Kramer-Schadt, S.; Heckmann, I.; Martins, Q.: Complementing GPS cluster analysis with activity data for studies of leopard (Panthera pardus) diet. South African Journal of Wildlife Research 42 (2), S. 104 - 110 (2012)
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    Pika, S.: The case of referential gestural signaling. Where next? Communicative & integrative biology 5 (6), S. 578 - 582 (2012)
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    Clay, Z.; Pika, S.; Gruber, T.; Zuberbühler, K.: Female bonobos use copulation calls as social signals. Biology Letters 7 (4), S. 513 - 516 (2011)
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    Pika, S.; Bugnyar, T.: The use of referential gestures in ravens (Corvus corax) in the wild. Nature Communications 2, 560 (2011)

Buch (1)

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    Pika, S.; Liebal, K. (Hg.): Developments in Primate Gesture Research. John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam (2012), 256 S.

Buchkapitel (7)

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    Pika, S.: Gestural Communication in Nonhuman Species. In: Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary, Searchable, and Linkable Resource, S. 1 - 11 (Hg. Scott, R. A.; Kosslyn, S. M.; Pinkerton, N.). Wiley, Hoboken, NJ, USA (2015)
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    Pika, S.: Chimpanzee grooming gestures and sounds: What might they tell us about how language evolved? In: The Social Origins of Language: Early Society, Communication and Polymodality, S. 129 - 140 (Hg. Dor, D.; Knight, C.; Lewis, J.). Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK (2014)
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    Hopkins, W.D.; Pika, S.; Liebal, K.; Bania, A.; Meguerditchian, A.; Gardner, M.; Schapiro, S. J.: Handedness for manual gestures in great apes. In: Developments in Primate Gesture Research, S. 93 - 112 (Hg. Pika, S.; Liebal, K.). John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam (2012)
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    Liebal, K.; Pika, S.: Where next? In: Developments in Primate Gesture Research, S. 241 - 252 (Hg. Pika, S.; Liebal, K.). John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam (2012)
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    Pika, S.; Liebal, K.: Introduction. In: Developments in Primate Gesture Research, S. 1 - 12 (Hg. Pika, S.; Liebal, K.). John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam (2012)
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    Scott, N.; Pika, S.: A call for conformity. In: Developments in Primate Gesture Research, S. 147 - 164 (Hg. Pika, S.; Liebal, K.). John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam (2012)
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    Wilkinson, R.; Leudar, I.; Pika, S.: Requesting behaviors within episodes of active sharing. In: Developments in Primate Gesture Research, S. 199 - 222 (Hg. Pika, S.; Liebal, K.). John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam (2012)
 
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