Pawel Fedurek
Pawel Fedurek
Lecturer, Division of Psychology, University of Stirling
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Individual differences and personal social network size and structure
SGB Roberts, R Wilson, P Fedurek, RIM Dunbar
Personality and individual differences 44 (4), 954-964, 2008
Primate vocal communication: a useful tool for understanding human speech and language evolution?
P Fedurek, KE Slocombe
Human biology 83 (2), 153-173, 2011
Pant hoot chorusing and social bonds in male chimpanzees
P Fedurek, ZP Machanda, AM Schel, KE Slocombe
Animal Behaviour 86 (1), 189-196, 2013
The acoustic structure of chimpanzee pant-hooting facilitates chorusing
P Fedurek, AM Schel, KE Slocombe
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 67, 1781-1789, 2013
Sequential information in a great ape utterance
P Fedurek, K Zuberbühler, CD Dahl
Scientific reports 6 (1), 38226, 2016
What does mutual grooming tell us about why chimpanzees groom?
P Fedurek, RIM Dunbar, British Academy Centenary Research Project
Ethology 115 (6), 566-575, 2009
Chimpanzee lip-smacking facilitates cooperative behaviour
P Fedurek, KE Slocombe, JA Hartel, K Zuberbühler
Scientific reports 5 (1), 13460, 2015
Social and ecological correlates of long-distance pant hoot calls in male chimpanzees
P Fedurek, E Donnellan, KE Slocombe
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 68, 1345-1355, 2014
Trade-offs in the production of animal vocal sequences: insights from the structure of wild chimpanzee pant hoots
P Fedurek, K Zuberbühler, S Semple
Frontiers in zoology 14, 1-10, 2017
The social function of food‐associated calls in male chimpanzees
P Fedurek, KE Slocombe
American Journal of Primatology 75 (7), 726-739, 2013
The relationship between testosterone and long-distance calling in wild male chimpanzees
P Fedurek, KE Slocombe, DK Enigk, ME Thompson, RW Wrangham, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70, 659-672, 2016
Chimpanzees communicate to two different audiences during aggressive interactions
P Fedurek, KE Slocombe, K Zuberbühler
Animal Behaviour 110, 21-28, 2015
Circadian rhythms of urinary cortisol levels vary between individuals in wild male chimpanzees: a reaction norm approach
R Sonnweber, YG Araya-Ajoy, V Behringer, T Deschner, P Tkaczynski, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 85, 2018
Early maternal loss leads to short-but not long-term effects on diurnal cortisol slopes in wild chimpanzees
C Girard-Buttoz, PJ Tkaczynski, L Samuni, P Fedurek, C Gomes, ...
Elife 10, e64134, 2021
Patterns of urinary cortisol levels during ontogeny appear population specific rather than species specific in wild chimpanzees and bonobos
PJ Tkaczynski, V Behringer, CY Ackermann, P Fedurek, B Fruth, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 147, 102869, 2020
Maternal cannibalism in two populations of wild chimpanzees
P Fedurek, P Tkaczynski, C Asiimwe, C Hobaiter, L Samuni, AE Lowe, ...
Primates 61, 181-187, 2020
The function of chimpanzee greeting calls is modulated by their acoustic variation
P Fedurek, PJ Tkaczynski, C Hobaiter, K Zuberbühler, RM Wittig, ...
Animal Behaviour 174, 279-289, 2021
Behavioural patterns of vocal greeting production in four primate species
P Fedurek, C Neumann, Y Bouquet, S Mercier, M Magris, F Quintero, ...
Royal Society open science 6 (4), 182181, 2019
A Cross‐Cultural Comparison of Population‐Specific Face Shape Preferences (Homo sapiens)
DP Danel, P Fedurek, V Coetzee, ID Stephen, N Nowak, M Stirrat, ...
Ethology 118 (12), 1173-1181, 2012
First observation of a chimpanzee with albinism in the wild: Social interactions and subsequent infanticide
M Leroux, G Monday, B Chandia, JW Akankwasa, K Zuberbühler, ...
American journal of primatology 84 (6), e23305, 2022
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