Andrew MacIntosh
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Monkeys in the middle: parasite transmission through the social network of a wild primate
AJJ MacIntosh, A Jacobs, C Garcia, K Shimizu, K Mouri, MA Huffman, ...
PloS one 7 (12), e51144, 2012
1542012
Social networks in primates: smart and tolerant species have more efficient networks
C Pasquaretta, M Levé, N Claidiere, E Van De Waal, A Whiten, ...
Scientific reports 4, 7600, 2014
892014
Inter-group encounters and male incursions in Colobus vellerosus in central Ghana
P Sicotte, A Macintosh
Behaviour 141 (5), 533-553, 2004
792004
Host age, sex, and reproductive seasonality affect nematode parasitism in wild Japanese macaques
AJJ MacIntosh, AD Hernandez, MA Huffman
Primates 51 (4), 353-364, 2010
702010
Fractal analysis of behaviour in a wild primate: behavioural complexity in health and disease
AJJ MacIntosh, CL Alados, MA Huffman
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 8 (63), 1497-1509, 2011
622011
Network centrality and seasonality interact to predict lice load in a social primate
J Duboscq, V Romano, C Sueur, AJJ MacIntosh
Scientific reports 6, 22095, 2016
582016
A complete breeding failure in an Adélie penguin colony correlates with unusual and extreme environmental events
Y Ropert-Coudert, A Kato, X Meyer, M Pellé, AJJ MacIntosh, F Angelier, ...
Ecography 38 (2), 111-113, 2015
542015
A proximity-based social network of a group of Sichuan snub-nosed monkeys (Rhinopithecus roxellana)
P Zhang, B Li, X Qi, AJJ MacIntosh, K Watanabe
International Journal of Primatology 33 (5), 1081-1095, 2012
452012
Hygienic tendencies correlate with low geohelminth infection in free-ranging macaques
C Sarabian, AJJ MacIntosh
Biology letters 11 (11), 20150757, 2015
362015
Temporal fractals in seabird foraging behaviour: diving through the scales of time
AJJ MacIntosh, L Pelletier, A Chiaradia, A Kato, Y Ropert-Coudert
Scientific reports 3, 1884, 2013
322013
Factors influencing the ranging behavior of chacma baboons (Papio hamadryas ursinus) living in a human-modified habitat
PA Pebsworth, AJJ MacIntosh, HR Morgan, MA Huffman
International Journal of Primatology 33 (4), 872-887, 2012
302012
Modeling infection transmission in primate networks to predict centrality‐based risk
V Romano, J Duboscq, C Sarabian, E Thomas, C Sueur, AJJ MacIntosh
American Journal of Primatology 78 (7), 767-779, 2016
292016
Avoidance of biological contaminants through sight, smell and touch in chimpanzees
C Sarabian, B Ngoubangoye, AJJ MacIntosh
Royal Society open science 4 (11), 170968, 2017
272017
The influence of phylogeny, social style, and sociodemographic factors on macaque social network structure
KN Balasubramaniam, BA Beisner, CM Berman, A De Marco, J Duboscq, ...
American journal of primatology 80 (1), e22727, 2018
232018
Vigilance in ursine black and white colobus monkeys (Colobus vellerosus): an examination of the effects of conspecific threat and predation
AJJ MacIntosh, P Sicotte
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2009
232009
Social information transmission in animals: lessons from studies of diffusion
J Duboscq, V Romano, A MacIntosh, C Sueur
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1147, 2016
222016
Corticosterone administration leads to a transient alteration of foraging behaviour and complexity in a diving seabird
M Cottin, AJJ MacIntosh, A Kato, A Takahashi, M Debin, T Raclot, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 496, 249-262, 2014
212014
Predicting leadership using nutrient requirements and dominance rank of group members
C Sueur, AJJ MacIntosh, AT Jacobs, K Watanabe, O Petit
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (3), 457-470, 2013
212013
Feeding decisions under contamination risk in bonobos
C Sarabian, R Belais, AJJ MacIntosh
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
162018
Primate parasite ecology: patterns and predictions from an ongoing study of Japanese macaques
AD Hernandez, AJ MacIntosh, MA Huffman
Primate parasite ecology: the dynamics and study of host-parasite …, 2009
152009
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