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The zone of latent solutions and its relevance to understanding ape cultures
C Tennie, E Bandini, CP Van Schaik, LM Hopper
Biology & Philosophy 35, 1-42, 2020
732020
Spontaneous reoccurrence of “scooping”, a wild tool-use behaviour, in naïve chimpanzees
E Bandini, C Tennie
PeerJ 5, e3814, 2017
552017
Innovation in chimpanzees
E Bandini, RA Harrison
Biological Reviews 95 (5), 1167-1197, 2020
452020
Naive, captive long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis fascicularis) fail to individually and socially learn pound-hammering, a tool-use behaviour
E Bandini, C Tennie
Royal Society open science 5 (5), 171826, 2018
352018
Examining the mechanisms underlying the acquisition of animal tool behaviour
E Bandini, A Motes-Rodrigo, MP Steele, C Rutz, C Tennie
Biology Letters 16 (6), 20200122, 2020
342020
Individual acquisition of “stick pounding” behavior by naïve chimpanzees
E Bandini, C Tennie
American Journal of Primatology 81 (6), e22987, 2019
312019
Exploring the role of individual learning in animal tool-use
E Bandini, C Tennie
PeerJ 8, e9877, 2020
272020
The zone of latent solutions and its relation to the classics: Vygotsky and Köhler
E Reindl, E Bandini, C Tennie
Evolution of primate social cognition, 231-248, 2018
272018
Testing the individual and social learning abilities of task-naïve captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes sp.) in a nut-cracking task
D Neadle, E Bandini, C Tennie
PeerJ 8, e8734, 2020
212020
Naïve orangutans (Pongo abelii and Pongo pygmaeus) individually acquire nut‐cracking using hammer tools
E Bandini, J Grossmann, M Funk, A Albiach‐Serrano, C Tennie
American Journal of Primatology 83 (9), e23304, 2021
162021
Naïve, unenculturated chimpanzees fail to make and use flaked stone tools [version 2; peer review: 3 approved]
E Bandini, A Motes-Rodrigo, W Archer, T Minchin, H Axelsen, ...
Open Research Europe 1, 20, 2021
132021
Examining the suitability of extant primates as models of hominin stone tool culture
E Bandini, RA Harrison, A Motes-Rodrigo
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 9 (1), 1-18, 2022
112022
A short report on the extent of stone handling behavior across otter species
E Bandini, M Bandini, C Tennie
Animal Behavior and Cognition, 8 (1), 15-22, 2021
102021
Spontaneous reoccurrence of “scooping”, a wild tool-use behaviour, in naïve chimpanzees. PeerJ 5: e3814
E Bandini, C Tennie
72017
Implementing long‐term baselines into primate tool‐use studies
E Bandini
American Journal of Primatology 83 (1), e23224, 2021
32021
Clarifying Misconceptions of the Zone of Latent Solutions Hypothesis: A Response to Haidle and Schlaudt: Miriam Noël Haidle and Oliver Schlaudt: Where Does Cumulative Culture …
E Bandini, JS Reeves, WD Snyder, C Tennie
Biological Theory 16, 76-82, 2021
22021
On the individual learning of primate material culture
E Bandini
Universität Tübingen, 2018
22018
Hominin Tool Evolution and Its (Surprising) Relation to Language Origins
RJ Planer, E Bandini, C Tennie
SocArXiv, 2023
12023
Addressing misconceptions on Latent Solution tests. Comment on" Blind alleys and fruitful pathways in the comparative study of cultural cognition" by Andrew Whiten
E Bandini
Physics of Life Reviews 44, 64-66, 2023
12023
A candidate culture-dependent form in apes, nut-cracking, can be individually learnt by naïve orangutans (Pongo abelii)
E Bandini, J Grossmann, AA Serrano, C Tennie
12020
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