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Jamie Whitehouse
Jamie Whitehouse
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Rethinking primate facial expression: A predictive framework
BM Waller, J Whitehouse, J Micheletta
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 82, 13-21, 2017
752017
Macaques can predict social outcomes from facial expressions
BM Waller, J Whitehouse, J Micheletta
Animal cognition 19, 1031-1036, 2016
592016
The impact of cognitive testing on the welfare of group housed primates
J Whitehouse, J Micheletta, LE Powell, C Bordier, BM Waller
PLoS one 8 (11), e78308, 2013
562013
MaqFACS (Macaque Facial Action Coding System) can be used to document facial movements in Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus)
E Julle-Daniere, J Micheletta, J Whitehouse, M Joly, C Gass, AM Burrows, ...
PeerJ 3, e1248, 2015
372015
Evaluation of public engagement activities to promote science in a zoo environment
J Whitehouse, BM Waller, M Chanvin, EK Wallace, AM Schel, K Peirce, ...
PloS one 9 (11), e113395, 2014
362014
Facial expression recognition in crested macaques (Macaca nigra)
J Micheletta, J Whitehouse, LA Parr, BM Waller
Animal Cognition 18, 985-990, 2015
332015
Macaques attend to scratching in others
J Whitehouse, J Micheletta, J Kaminski, BM Waller
Animal behaviour 122, 169-175, 2016
312016
Are there non-verbal signals of guilt?
E Julle-Danière, J Whitehouse, A Mielke, A Vrij, E Gustafsson, ...
PLoS One 15 (4), e0231756, 2020
272020
Stress behaviours buffer macaques from aggression
J Whitehouse, J Micheletta, BM Waller
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 11083, 2017
252017
Children, but not chimpanzees, have facial correlates of determination
BM Waller, A Misch, J Whitehouse, E Herrmann
Biology Letters 10 (3), 20130974, 2014
212014
Familiar and unfamiliar face recognition in crested macaques (Macaca nigra)
J Micheletta, J Whitehouse, LA Parr, P Marshman, A Engelhardt, ...
Royal Society Open Science 2 (5), 150109, 2015
202015
An understanding of third-party friendships in a tolerant macaque
J Whitehouse, H Meunier
Scientific reports 10 (1), 9777, 2020
162020
Signal value of stress behaviour
J Whitehouse, SJ Milward, MO Parker, E Kavanagh, BM Waller
Evolution and human behavior 43 (4), 325-333, 2022
132022
The face is central to primate multicomponent signals
BM Waller, E Kavanagh, J Micheletta, PR Clark, J Whitehouse
International Journal of Primatology, 1-17, 2022
102022
Revisiting Darwin's comparisons between human and non-human primate facial signals
E Kavanagh, C Kimock, J Whitehouse, J Micheletta, BM Waller
Evolutionary human sciences 4, e27, 2022
72022
Assessing the reliability of an automated method for measuring dominance hierarchy in non-human primates
S Ballesta, B Sadoughi, F Miss, J Whitehouse, G Aguenounon, H Meunier
Primates 62, 595-607, 2021
72021
The social function of the feeling and expression of guilt
E Julle-Danière, J Whitehouse, A Vrij, E Gustafsson, BM Waller
Royal Society open science 7 (12), 200617, 2020
62020
The face in everyday social interaction: social outcomes and personality correlates of facial behaviour
E Kavanagh, J Whitehouse, B Waller
PsyArXiv, 2022
42022
Being facially expressive is socially advantageous
E Kavanagh, J Whitehouse, BM Waller
Scientific Reports 14 (1), 12798, 2024
2024
Pseudoreplication in primate communication research: 10 years on
J Whitehouse, PR Clark, J Micheletta, K Liebal, KE Slocombe, BM Waller
International journal of primatology 45 (2), 246-258, 2024
2024
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