Satoshi Hirata
Satoshi Hirata
Professor, Wildlife Research Center of Kyoto University
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Great apes anticipate that other individuals will act according to false beliefs
C Krupenye, F Kano, S Hirata, J Call, M Tomasello
Science 354 (6308), 110-114, 2016
Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) learn to act with other individuals in a cooperative task
S Hirata, K Fuwa
Primates 48, 13-21, 2007
Assessing chimpanzee personality and subjective well‐being in Japan
A Weiss, M Inoue‐Murayama, KW Hong, E Inoue, T Udono, T Ochiai, ...
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2009
Great apes use self-experience to anticipate an agent’s action in a false-belief test
F Kano, C Krupenye, S Hirata, M Tomonaga, J Call
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (42), 20904-20909, 2019
Role of mothers in the acquisition of tool-use behaviours by captive infant chimpanzees
S Hirata, ML Celli
Animal cognition 6, 235-244, 2003
“Sweet-potato washing” revisited
S Hirata, K Watanabe, K Masao
Primate origins of human cognition and behavior, 487-508, 2001
An experimental study of leaf swallowing in captive chimpanzees: insights into the origin of a self-medicative behavior and the role of social learning
MA Huffman, S Hirata
Primates 45, 113-118, 2004
Functional mastery of percussive technology in nut-cracking and stone-flaking actions: experimental comparison and implications for the evolution of the human brain
B Bril, J Smaers, J Steele, R Rein, T Nonaka, G Dietrich, E Biryukova, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
Tactics to obtain a hidden food item in chimpanzee pairs (Pan troglodytes)
S Hirata, T Matsuzawa
Animal Cognition 4, 285-295, 2001
Biological and ecological foundations of primate behavioral tradition
MA Huffman, S Hirata
The biology of traditions: Models and evidence, 267-296, 2003
Capturing and toying with hyraxes (Dendrohyrax dorsalis) by wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) at Bossou, Guinea
S Hirata, G Yamakoshi, S Fujita, G Ohashi, T Matsuzawa
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2001
Social attention in the two species of pan: Bonobos make more eye contact than chimpanzees
F Kano, S Hirata, J Call
PLoS One 10 (6), e0129684, 2015
Naive chimpanzees'(Pan troglodytes) observation of experienced conspecifics in a tool-using task.
S Hirata, N Morimura
Journal of Comparative Psychology 114 (3), 291, 2000
Fetal brain development in chimpanzees versus humans
T Sakai, S Hirata, K Fuwa, K Sugama, K Kusunoki, H Makishima, T Eguchi, ...
Current Biology 22 (18), R791-R792, 2012
Humans and chimpanzees attend differently to goal-directed actions
M Myowa-Yamakoshi, C Scola, S Hirata
Nature communications 3 (1), 693, 2012
Cumulative culture in nonhumans: overlooked findings from Japanese monkeys?
DP Schofield, WC McGrew, A Takahashi, S Hirata
Primates 59, 113-122, 2018
Nasal temperature drop in response to a playback of conspecific fights in chimpanzees: A thermo-imaging study
F Kano, S Hirata, T Deschner, V Behringer, J Call
Physiology & behavior 155, 83-94, 2016
Great apes make anticipatory looks based on long-term memory of single events
F Kano, S Hirata
Current Biology 25 (19), 2513-2517, 2015
Mechanism of birth in chimpanzees: humans are not unique among primates
S Hirata, K Fuwa, K Sugama, K Kusunoki, H Takeshita
Biology letters 7 (5), 686-688, 2011
Tool use as a way to assess cognition: how do captive chimpanzees handle the weight of the hammer when cracking a nut?
B Bril, G Dietrich, J Foucart, K Fuwa, S Hirata
Animal cognition 12, 217-235, 2009
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