Hiroki Koda
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Possible role of mother-daughter vocal interactions on the development of species-specific song in gibbons
H Koda, A Lemasson, C Oyakawa, Rizaldi, J Pamungkas, N Masataka
PLoS One 8 (8), e71432, 2013
Experimental evidence for the volitional control of vocal production in an immature gibbon
H Koda, C Oyakawa, A Kato, N Masataka
Behaviour 144 (6), 681-692, 2007
Effects of caller activity and habitat visibility on contact call rate of wild Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata)
H Koda, Y Shimooka, H Sugiura
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2008
Japanese monkeys (Macaca fuscata) quickly detect snakes but not spiders: Evolutionary origins of fear-relevant animals.
N Kawai, H Koda
Journal of Comparative Psychology 130 (3), 299, 2016
Soprano singing in gibbons
H Koda, T Nishimura, IT Tokuda, C Oyakawa, T Nihonmatsu, N Masataka
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 149 (3), 347-355, 2012
Youngsters do not pay attention to conversational rules: is this so for nonhuman primates?
A Lemasson, L Glas, S Barbu, A Lacroix, M Guilloux, K Remeuf, H Koda
Scientific reports 1 (1), 22, 2011
Flexibility and context-sensitivity during the vocal exchange of coo calls in wild Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui)
H Koda
Behaviour 141 (10), 1279-1296, 2004
Acoustic features contributing to the individuality of wild agile gibbon (Hylobates agilis agilis) songs
C Oyakawa, H Koda, H Sugiura
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2007
Evolutionary loss of complexity in human vocal anatomy as an adaptation for speech
T Nishimura, IT Tokuda, S Miyachi, JC Dunn, CT Herbst, K Ishimura, ...
Science 377 (6607), 760-763, 2022
Age-and sex-dependent contact call usage in Japanese macaques
A Lemasson, M Guilloux, Rizaldi, S Barbu, A Lacroix, H Koda
Primates 54, 283-291, 2013
Free-ranging macaque mothers exaggerate tool-using behavior when observed by offspring
N Masataka, H Koda, N Urasopon, K Watanabe
PLoS one 4 (3), e4768, 2009
Validation of an auditory sensory reinforcement paradigm: Campbell’s monkeys (Cercopithecus campbelli) do not prefer consonant over dissonant sounds.
H Koda, M Basile, M Olivier, K Remeuf, S Nagumo, C Blois-Heulin, ...
Journal of Comparative Psychology 127 (3), 265, 2013
Visual recognition of age class and preference for infantile features: Implications for species-specific vs universal cognitive traits in primates
A Sato, H Koda, A Lemasson, S Nagumo, N Masataka
PloS one 7 (5), e38387, 2012
Nasalization by Nasalis larvatus: Larger noses audiovisually advertise conspecifics in proboscis monkeys
H Koda, T Murai, A Tuuga, B Goossens, SKSS Nathan, DJ Stark, ...
Science Advances 4 (2), eaaq0250, 2018
Is attentional prioritisation of infant faces unique in humans?: Comparative demonstrations by modified dot-probe task in monkeys
H Koda, A Sato, A Kato
Behavioural processes 98, 31-36, 2013
Influence of sound specificity and familiarity on Japanese macaques’(Macaca fuscata) auditory laterality
A Lemasson, H Koda, A Kato, C Oyakawa, C Blois-Heulin, N Masataka
Behavioural Brain Research 208 (1), 286-289, 2010
Common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus) evaluate third-party social interactions of human actors but Japanese monkeys (Macaca fuscata) do not.
N Kawai, A Nakagami, M Yasue, H Koda, N Ichinohe
Journal of Comparative Psychology 133 (4), 488, 2019
Possible use of heterospecific food-associated calls of macaques by sika deer for foraging efficiency
H Koda
Behavioural processes 91 (1), 30-34, 2012
Speech‐like orofacial oscillations in stump‐tailed macaque (Macaca arctoides) facial and vocal signals
A Toyoda, T Maruhashi, S Malaivijitnond, H Koda
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 164 (2), 435-439, 2017
Age-dependent change in attention paid to vocal exchange rules in Japanese macaques
H Bouchet, H Koda, A Lemasson
Animal behaviour 129, 81-92, 2017
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