Alyssa M. Arre
Alyssa M. Arre
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Rhesus monkeys show human-like changes in gaze following across the lifespan
AG Rosati, AM Arre, ML Platt, LR Santos
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1830), 20160376, 2016
Uncovering the origins of dog–human eye contact: dingoes establish eye contact more than wolves, but less than dogs
AM Johnston, C Turrin, L Watson, AM Arre, LR Santos
Animal Behaviour 133, 123-129, 2017
Developmental shifts in social cognition: socio-emotional biases across the lifespan in rhesus monkeys
AG Rosati, AM Arre, ML Platt, LR Santos
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72, 1-20, 2018
Do young rhesus macaques know what others see?: A comparative developmental perspective
AM Arre, CS Clark, LR Santos
American journal of primatology 82 (11), e23054, 2020
Macaque species with varying social tolerance show no differences in understanding what other agents perceive
AM Arre, E Stumph, LR Santos
Animal cognition 24, 877-888, 2021
Mentalizing in nonhuman primates
AM Arre, LR Santos
The Neural Basis of Mentalizing, 131-147, 2021
How do communicative cues shape the way that dogs (Canis familiaris) encode objects?
AM Johnston, AM Arre, MJ Bogese, LR Santos
Journal of Comparative Psychology 135 (4), 534, 2021
One-to-one correspondence without language
SE Koopman, AM Arre, ST Piantadosi, JF Cantlon
Royal Society Open Science 6 (10), 190495, 2019
Swimming and diving as social play in juvenile rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)
AM Arre, DJ Horschler
Behaviour 158 (6), 529-546, 2021
Early life adversity has sex-dependent effects on survival across the lifespan in rhesus macaques
SK Patterson, E Andonov, AM Arre, MI Martínez, JE Negron-Del Valle, ...
bioRxiv, 2023
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