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Alba Motes Rodrigo
Alba Motes Rodrigo
Department of Ecology and Evolution, University of Lausanne
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Establishing an infrastructure for collaboration in primate cognition research
Many Primates, DM Altschul, MJ Beran, M Bohn, J Call, S DeTroy, ...
PLoS One 14 (10), e0223675, 2019
1272019
Examining the mechanisms underlying the acquisition of animal tool behaviour
E Bandini*, A Motes-Rodrigo*, MP Steele, C Rutz, ...
Biology Letters 16 (6), 20200122, 2020
342020
Chimpanzee extractive foraging with excavating tools: experimental modeling of the origins of human technology
A Motes-Rodrigo, P Majlesi, TR Pickering, M Laska, H Axelsen, ...
PloS one 14 (5), e0215644, 2019
282019
Differences in novel food response between Pongo and Pan
SIF Forss, A Motes‐Rodrigo, C Hrubesch, C Tennie
American journal of primatology 81 (1), e22945, 2019
212019
Experimental investigation of orangutans’ lithic percussive and sharp stone tool behaviours
A Motes-Rodrigo, SP McPherron, W Archer, RA Hernandez-Aguilar, ...
Plos one 17 (2), e0263343, 2022
202022
The Method of Local Restriction: in search of potential great ape culture‐dependent forms
A Motes‐Rodrigo, C Tennie
Biological Reviews 96 (4), 1441-1461, 2021
182021
Breeding Experience and not Age Modulates the Song Development of Pied Flycatchers (Ficedula hypoleuca)
A Motes‐Rodrigo, A Labra, HM Lampe
Ethology 123 (3), 197-204, 2017
182017
Captivity and habituation to humans raise curiosity in vervet monkeys
SIF Forss, A Motes-Rodrigo, P Dongre, T Mohr, E van de Waal
Animal Cognition, 1-12, 2022
132022
Na´ve, 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
Chimpanzees’(Pan troglodytes) problem-solving skills are influenced by housing facility and captive care duration
S Forss, A Motes-Rodrigo, C Hrubesch, C Tennie
PeerJ 8, e10263, 2020
112020
Evaluating the influence of action-and subject-specific factors on chimpanzee action copying
A Motes-Rodrigo, R Mundry, J Call, C Tennie
Royal Society Open Science 8 (2), 200228, 2021
102021
Hand preferences in two unimanual and two bimanual coordinated tasks in the black-handed spider monkey (Ateles geoffroyi).
A Motes Rodrigo, CE Ramirez Torres, LT Hernandez Salazar, M Laska
Journal of Comparative Psychology 132 (2), 220, 2018
102018
Captive great apes tend to innovate simple tool behaviors quickly
A Motes‐Rodrigo, C Tennie
American Journal of Primatology 84 (10), e23311, 2022
92022
The evolution of primate short-term memory
M Primates, G Aguenounon, M Allritz, DM Altschul, S Ballesta, A Ballesta, ...
Animal Behavior and Cognition 9 (4), 428-516, 2022
42022
Collaboration and Open Science Initiatives in Primate Research
D Altschul, M Bohn, C Canteloup, S Ebel, D Hanus, ...
Primate Cognitive Studies, 0
4*
Animal behavior: Ape curiosity on camera
SIF Forss, A Motes-Rodrigo, C Tennie
Current Biology 29 (7), R255-R257, 2019
32019
Preferential hand use by captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) in manual and tool digging
A Motes-Rodrigo, RA Hernandez-Aguilar, M Laska
Primates 60 (4), 367-373, 2019
22019
Bone-related behaviours of captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) during two excavating experiments
A Motes-Rodrigo, C Tennie, RA Hernandez-Aguilar
Primates 64 (1), 35-46, 2023
12023
The evolution of primate short-term memory
G Aguenounon, M Allritz, D Altschul, S Ballesta, A Beaud, M Bohn, ...
Animal Behavior and Cognition 9 (4), 428-516, 2022
12022
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