Behavioral Biology Lab

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Book Reviews

2016

 

 

220. D. Maestripieri, A. Henry, N. Nickels.

   Explaining financial and prosocial biases in favor of attractive people: Interdisciplinary perspectives from economics,

  social psychology, and evolutionary psychology.

 Behavioral and Brain Sciences (target article), in press.

219. D. Maestripieri.

   The contributions of nonhuman primate research to our understanding of human development.

    In: The Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science.

    Ed. by T. Shackelford & V. Weekes-Shackelford. Berlin: Springer, in press.

218. D. Maestripieri.

   The costs of human aggression.

    In: The Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science.

    Ed. by T. Shackelford & V. Weekes-Shackelford. Berlin: Springer, in press.

217. D. Maestripieri.

   Primatology.

   In: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Child Development.

  Ed. by B. Hopkins. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, in press.

216. S. Zilioli, D. Maestripieri.

  Testosterone and behavior.

  In: The SAGE Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender.

  Ed. by K. Nadal. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, in press.

215. D. Maestripieri.

  Dario Maestripieri: A short autobiography.

  In: The Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences.

   Ed. by V. Zeigler-Hill & T. Shackelford. Berlin: Springer, in press.

214. D. Maestripieri, J. Marvel-Coen.

   Human nature and human universals.

   In: The Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences.

  Ed. by V. Zeigler-Hill & T. Shackelford. Berlin: Springer, in press.

213. L. Petrullo, T. Mandalaywala, K. J. Parker, D. Maestripieri, J. P. Higham.

  Effects of early life adversity on cortisol/salivary alpha-amylase asymmetry in free-ranging juvenile rhesus macaques.

  Hormones and Behavior, in press.

212. A. B. Eisenbruch, R. L. Grillot, D. Maestripieri, J. R. Roney.

   Evidence of partner choice heuristics in a one-shot bargaining game.

   Evolution and Human Behavior, in press.

211. B. M. Bird, V. S. Cid Jofre', S. N. Geniole, K. M. Welker, S. Zilioli, D. Maestripieri, S. Arnocky, J. Carre’.

   Does the facial width-to-height ratio map onto variability in men's testosterone concentrations?

    Evolution and Human Behavior, in press.

210. S. Coyne, D. Maestripieri.

  Effects of genes and early experience on the development of primate behavior and stress reactivity.

   In: Environmental Experience and Plasticity of the Developing Brain.

  Ed. by A. Sale, New York: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 161-184. 2016.

209. K. M. Milich, D. Maestripieri.

 Sex or power? The function of male displays in rhesus macaques.

 Behaviour, 153: 245-261, 2016.

208. D. Ponzi, A. Henry, K. Kubicki, N. Nickels, M. C. Wilson, D. Maestripieri.

   Autistic-like traits, socio-sexuality, and hormonal responses to socially stressful and sexually arousing stimuli in male college students.

   Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology, 2: 150-165, 2016.

207. A. Georgiev, D. Christie, K. A. Rosenfield, A. Ruiz-Lambides, E. Maldonado, M. Emery-Thompson, D. Maestripieri.

    Breaking the succession rule: the costs and benefits of an alpha status take-over by an immigrant rhesus macaque on Cayo Santiago.

  Behaviour, 153: 325-351, 2016.

206. D. Maestripieri, S. O. Lilienfeld.

   Using the NIMH Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) in human and nonhuman primate research.

    Psychophysiology, 53: 367-371, 2016.

205. C. Dubuc, W. L. Allen, J. Cascio, S. D. Lee, D. Maestripieri, M. Petersdorf, S. Winters, J. P. Higham.

    Who cares? Experimental attention biases provide new insights into a mammalian sexual signal.

     Behavioral Ecology, 27: 68-74, 2016.

204. S. Zilioli, D. Ponzi, A. Henry, K. Kubicki, N. Nickels, M. C. Wilson, D. Maestripieri.

   Interest in babies negatively predicts testosterone responses to sexual visual stimuli among heterosexual young men.

   Psychological Science, 27: 114-118, 2016.

203. D. Maestripieri, A. Georgiev.

   What cortisol can tell us about the costs of sociality and reproduction among

   free-ranging rhesus macaque females on Cayo Santiago.

   American Journal of Primatology, 78: 92-105, 2016.

 

2015

 

202. A. Georgiev, M. Emery-Thompson, T. Mandalaywala, D. Maestripieri.

    Oxidative stress as an indicator of the costs of reproduction among free-ranging rhesus macaques.

    Journal of Experimental Biology 218: 1981-1985, 2015.

201. S. P. Coyne, S. G. Lindell, J. Clemente, C. S. Barr, K. J. Parker, D. Maestripieri.

   Dopamine D4 receptor genotype variation in free-ranging rhesus macaques and its association with juvenile behavior.

   Behavioural Brain Research 292: 50-55, 2015.

200. A. Georgiev, M. P. Muehlenbein, S. P. Prall, M. Emery-Thompson, D. Maestripieri.

  Male quality, dominance rank, and mating success in free-ranging rhesus macaques.

  Behavioral Ecology 26: 763-772, 2015.

199. D. Ponzi, A. Henry, K. Kubicki, N. Nickels, M. C. Wilson, D. Maestripieri.

   Morningness-eveningness and intrasexual competition in men.

  Personality and Individual Differences, 76: 228-231, 2015.

198. S. Zilioli, D. Ponzi, A. Henry, D. Maestripieri.

   Testosterone, cortisol, and empathy: evidence for the dual hormone hypothesis.

  Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology, 1: 421-433, 2015.

197. M. C. Wilson, S. Zilioli, D. Ponzi, A. Henry, K. Kubicki, N. Nickels, D. Maestripieri.

  Cortisol reactivity to psychosocial stress mediates the relationship between extraversion and unrestricted sociosexuality

  Personality and Individual Differences, 86: 427-431, 2015.

196. D. Ponzi, A. Henry, K. Kubicki, N. Nickels, M. C. Wilson, D. Maestripieri.

   The slow and fast life histories of early birds and night owls: Their future- or present-orientation

   accounts for their sexually monogamous or promiscuous tendencies.

  Evolution and Human Behavior, 36: 117-122, 2015.

195. D. Ponzi, A. Klimczuk, D. Traficonte, D. Maestripieri.

   Perceived dominance in young heterosexual couples in relation to sex, context, and

   frequency of arguing.

  Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, 9: 43-54, 2015.

194. D. Traficonte, D. Maestripieri.

   Parent-offspring conflict.

  In: The International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality.

  Ed. by P. Whelehan, A. Bolin. New York: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 874-875, 2015.

193. B. R. Howell, A. P. Grand, K. M. McCormack, Y. Shi, J. LaPrairie, D. Maestripieri,

   M. A. Styner, M. M. Sanchez.

   Early adverse experience increases emotional reactivity in juvenile rhesus macaques:

   relation to amygdala volume.

  Developmental Psychobiology, 56: 1735-1746, 2015.

192. D. Maestripieri.

   Editorial: The evolution of interdisciplinary research on human behavior, brain, and body.

  Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology, 1: 1-3, 2015.

 

2014

 

191. D. Ponzi, M. C. Wilson, D. Maestripieri.

   Eveningness is associated with higher risk-taking, independent of sex and personality.

   Psychological Reports, 115: 932-947, 2014.

190. T. Mandalaywala, J. P. Higham, M. Heistermann, K. J. Parker, D. Maestripieri.

    Physiological and behavioural responses to weaning conflict in free-ranging primate

    infants.

    Animal Behaviour, 97: 241-247, 2014.

189. T. Mandalaywala, K. J. Parker, D. Maestripieri.

    Early experience affects the strength of vigilance for threat in rhesus monkey infants.

    Psychological Science, 25: 1893-1902, 2014.

188. H. Steele, M. van IJzendoorn, M. Bakermans-Kranenburg, W. T. Boyce, M. Dozier,

    N. Fox, H. Keller, D. Maestripieri, P. Odhiambo Oburu, H. Otto.

    How do events and relationships in childhood set the stage for peace at personal and

    social levels?

    In: Pathways to Peace: The Transformative Power of Children and Families.

    Ed. by J. F. Leckman, C. Panter-Brick, R. Salah. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 185-210, 2014.

187. D. Maestripieri.

    Comparative and evolutionary perspectives.

    In: Pathways to Peace: The Transformative Power of Children and Families.

    Ed. by J. F. Leckman, C. Panter-Brick, R. Salah. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 131-143, 2014.

186. T. Mandalaywala, C. Fleener, D. Maestripieri.

    Intelligence in nonhuman primates.

    In: Handbook of Intelligence: Evolutionary Theory, Historical Perspective, and Current Concepts.

   Ed. by S. Goldstein, D. Princiotta, & J. Naglieri. Berlin: Springer, pp. 27-46, 2014.

185. D. Piffer, D. Ponzi, P. Sapienza, L. Zingales, D. Maestripieri.

    Morningness-eveningness and intelligence among high-achieving US students: night owls

    have higher GMAT scores than early morning types in a top-ranked MBA program.

    Intelligence, 47: 107-112, 2014.

184. C. Dubuc, S. Winters, W. Allen, L. Brent, J. Cascio, D. Maestripieri,

    A. Ruiz-Lambides, A. Widdig, J. P. Higham.

    Sexually-selected skin colour is heritable and related to fecundity in a nonhuman primate.

    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 281: 20141602, 2014.

183. J. P. Higham, D. Maestripieri.

    The costs of reproductive success in male rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)

    on Cayo Santiago.

    International Journal of Primatology, 35: 661-676, 2014.

182. M. Del Giudice, A. Klimczuk, D. Traficonte, D. Maestripieri.

    Autistic-like and schizotypal personality traits in a life history perspective: diametrical

    associations with impulsivity, sensation-seeking, and socio-sexual behavior.

    Evolution and Human Behavior, 35: 415-424, 2014.

181. C. Dubuc, W. L. Allen, D. Maestripieri, J. P. Higham.

    Is male rhesus macaque red color ornamentation attractive to females?

    Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 68: 1215-1224, 2014.

180. D. Maestripieri, A. Klimczuk, D. Traficonte, M. C. Wilson.

    Ethnicity-related variation in sexual promiscuity, relationship status, and testosterone

    levels in men.

    Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, 8: 96-108, 2014.

179. D. Maestripieri, A. Klimczuk, D. Traficonte, M. C. Wilson.

    A greater decline in female facial attractiveness during middle age reflects women's loss

    of reproductive value.

    Frontiers in Psychology, 5(179): 1-6, 2014.

178. D. Maestripieri.

    Night owl women are similar to men in their relationship orientation, risk-taking

    propensities, and cortisol levels: implications for the adaptive significance and

    evolution of eveningness.

    Evolutionary Psychology, 12: 130-147, 2014.

177. H. Koch, K. McCormack, M. M. Sanchez, D. Maestripieri.

    The development of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis in rhesus monkeys: effects

    of age, sex, and early experience.

    Developmental Psychobiology, 56: 86-95, 2014.

 

2013

 

176. D. Maestripieri, A. Klimczuk, M. Seneczko, D. Traficonte, M. C. Wilson.

    Relationship status and relationship instability, but not dominance, predict

    individual differences in baseline cortisol levels.

    PLoS One, 8 (12): e84003, 2013.

175. B. Howell, K. McCormack, A. Grand, N. Sawyer, X. Zhang, D. Maestripieri, X. Hu, M. Sanchez

    Brain white matter microstructure alterations in adolescent rhesus monkeys

    exposed to early life stress: associations with high cortisol during infancy.

    Biology of Mood and Anxiety Disorders, 3: 21, 2013.

174. C. Dubuc, S. P. Coyne, D. Maestripieri.

    The relationship between mating activity, masturbation, and dominance rank in

    free-ranging male rhesus macaques.

    Ethology, 119: 1006-1013, 2013.

173. J. P. Higham, D. Pfefferle, M. Heistermann, D. Maestripieri, M. Stevens.

    Signaling in multiple modalities in male rhesus macaques: sex skin coloration and barks

    in relation to androgen levels, social status, and mating behavior.

    Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 67: 1457-1469, 2013.

172. T. T. G. Groothuis, D. Maestripieri.

     Parental influences on offspring personality traits in oviparous and placental vertebrates.

     In: Animal Personalities: Behavior, Physiology, and Evolution.

     Ed. by C. Carere & D. Maestripieri. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 317-352, 2013.

171. C. Carere & D. Maestripieri.

     Animal personalities: who cares and why?

     In: Animal Personalities: Behavior, Physiology, and Evolution.

     Ed. by C. Carere & D. Maestripieri. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 1-9, 2013.

170. A. Georgiev, A. Klimczuk, D. Traficonte, D. Maestripieri.

     When violence pays: A cost-benefit analysis of aggressive behavior in animals and humans

     Evolutionary Psychology, 11: 678-699, 2013.  .

169. D. Maestripieri, A. Klimczuk.

     Prenatal and maternal psychosocial stress in primates: adaptive plasticity or vulnerability to pathology?

     In: Adaptive and Maladaptive Aspects of Developmental Stress.

     Ed. by G. Laviola & S. Macri'. Berlin: Springer, pp. 45-64, 2013.

168. J. P. Higham, M. Heistermann, D. Maestripieri.

    The endocrinology of male rhesus macaque social and reproductive status: a test of the

    challenge and social stress hypotheses.

    Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 67: 19-30, 2013.

 

2012

 

167. D. Maestripieri.

    Comparative primate psychology.

    In: Encyclopedia of Human Behavior, 2nd edition

    Ed. by V. S. Ramachandran. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 550-555, 2012.

166. E. Cartmill, D. Maestripieri.

   Socio-cognitive specializations of nonhuman primates: evidence from gestural communication.

   In: The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Evolutionary Psychology.

   Ed. by J. Vonk & T. Shackelford. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 166-193, 2012.

 

 

2011

 

165. D. Maestripieri, C. L. Hoffman.

    Behavior and social dynamics of rhesus macaques on Cayo Santiago.

    In: Bones, Genetics, and Behavior of Rhesus Macaques.

    Ed. by Q. Wang. Berlin: Springer, pp. 247-262, 2011.

164. C. L. Hoffman, D. Maestripieri.

    Costs of reproduction among rhesus macaque females on Cayo Santiago.

    In: Bones, Genetics, and Behavior of Rhesus Macaques.

    Ed. by Q. Wang. Berlin: Springer, pp. 209-226, 2011.

163. J. P. Higham, K. D. Hughes, L. J. N. Brent, C. Dubuc, A. Engelhardt, M. Heistermann, D. Maestripieri, L. R. Santos, M. Stevens.

     Familiarity affects assessment of facial signals of female fertility by free-ranging male rhesus macaques.

     Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 278: 3452-3458, 2011.

162. T. Mandalaywala, J. P. Higham, M. Heistermann, D. Maestripieri.

   The presence of infant bystanders modulates the influence of ovarian hormones on female

   socio-sexual behavior in free-ranging rhesus macaques.

   Behaviour, 148: 1137-1155, 2011.

161. D. Maestripieri, C. L. Hoffman.

    Chronic stress, allostatic load, and aging in nonhhuman primates.

    Development & Psychopathology, 23: 1187-1195, 2011.

160. C. L. Hoffman, J. P. Higham, M. Heistermann, C. L. Coe, B. J. Prendergast, D. Maestripieri.

    Immune function and HPA axis activity in free-ranging rhesus macaques.

    Physiology & Behavior, 104: 507-514, 2011.

159. W. Saltzman, D. Maestripieri.

    The neuroendocrinology of primate maternal behavior.

    Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, 35: 1192-1204, 2011.

158. K. J. Parker, D. Maestripieri.

   Identifying key features of early stressful experiences that produce stress vulnerability and resilience in primates.

   Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 35: 1466-1483, 2011.

157. D. Maestripieri.

     Emotions, stress, and maternal motivation in primates.

     American Journal of Primatology,  73: 516-529, 2011.

156. J. P. Higham, C. S. Barr, C. L. Hoffman, T. M. Mandalaywala, K. J. Parker, D. Maestripieri.

    Mu-opioid receptor (OPRM1) variation, oxytocin levels, and maternal attachment in free-ranging

    rhesus macaques.

    Behavioral Neuroscience, 152: 131-136, 2011.

155. J. P. Higham, M. Heistermann, D. Maestripieri.

     The energetics of male-male endurance rivalry in rhesus macaques.

     Animal Behaviour, 81: 1001-1007, 2011.

154. C. Girard-Buttoz, J. P. Higham, M. Heistermann, S. Wedegartner, D. Maestripieri, A. Engelhardt.

     Urinary c-peptide measurement as a marker of nutritional status in macaques.

     PLoS One, 6(3): e18042, 2011.

 

 

2010

 

153. T. Jovanovic, D. Maestripieri.

     Effects of early traumatic experience on vocal expression of emotion in young female rhesus macaques.

     Developmental Psychobiology, 52: 794-801, 2010.

152. J. P. Higham, D. Maestripieri.

    Revolutionary coalitions in male rhesus macaques.

    Behaviour, 147: 1889-1908, 2010.

151. J. P. Higham, A. Vitale, A. Mas-Rivera, J. E. Ayala, D. Maestripieri.

     Measuring salivary analytes from free-ranging monkeys.

     Physiology & Behavior, 101: 601-607, 2010.

150. D. Maestripieri, N. M. Baran, P. Sapienza, L. Zingales.

     Between- and within-sex variation in hormonal responses to psychological stress in a large sample of college students.

     Stress, 13: 413-424, 2010.

149. C. L. Hoffman, J. P. Higham, A. Mas-Rivera, J. E. Ayala, D. Maestripieri.

      Terminal investment and senescence in rhesus macaques on Cayo Santiago.

      Behavioral Ecology, 21: 972-978, 2010.

148. K. J. Parker, C. L. Hoffman, S. A. Hyde, C. S. Cummings, D. Maestripieri.

     Effects of age on cerebrospinal fluid oxytocin levels in free-living adult female and infant rhesus macaques.

     Behavioral Neuroscience, 124: 428-433, 2010.

147. C. L. Hoffman, J. E. Ayala, A. Mas-Rivera, D. Maestripieri.

     Effects of reproductive condition and dominance rank on cortisol responsiveness to stress

     in free-ranging female rhesus macaques.

     American Journal of Primatology, 72: 559-565, 2010.

146. M. M. Sanchez, K. M. McCormack, D. Maestripieri.

     Ethological case study: Infant abuse in rhesus macaques.

     In: Formative Experiences: The Interaction of Caregiving, Culture, and Developmental

     Psychobiology. Ed. by C. Worthman, P. Plotsky, & D. Schachter.

     Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 224-237, 2010.

145. D. Maestripieri.

    Rhesus macaques.

    In: Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior.

    Ed. by M. Breed & J. Moore. New York: Academic Press, pp. 70-74, 2010.

144. D. Maestripieri.

     Neurobiology of social behavior.

     In: Primate Neuroethology. Ed. by M. Platt & A. Ghazanfar.

     Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 359-384, 2010.

143. M. M. Sanchez, K. McCormack, A. P. Grand, R. Fulks, A. Graff, D. Maestripieri.

     Effects of sex and early maternal abuse on adrenocorticotropin hormone and cortisol responses to the corticotropin-releasing hormone challenge during the first 3 years of life in group-living rhesus monkeys.

     Development & Psychopathology, 22: 45-53, 2010.

142. P. Sapienza, L. Zingales, D. Maestripieri.

     Reply to Joel & Tarrasch: On the relationship between testosterone, gender,  financial risk aversion, and career choices.

     Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A., 107: E20, 2010.

 

2009

 

141. P. Sapienza, L. Zingales, D. Maestripieri.

     Gender differences in financial risk aversion and career choices are affected by testosterone.

     Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A., 106: 15268-15273, 2009.

140. D. Maestripieri.

     Konrad Z. Lorenz.

     In: The Child: An Encyclopedic Companion. Ed. by R. Shweder,

     Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, pp. 580-581, 2009.

139. J. M. Mateo, D. Maestripieri.

    Maternal effects in mammals: conclusions and future directions.

    In: Maternal Effects in Mammals. Ed. by D. Maestripieri & J. M. Mateo.

    Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, pp. 322-334, 2009.

138. D. Maestripieri.

    Maternal influences on offspring growth, reproduction, and behavior in primates.

    In: Maternal Effects in Mammals. Ed. by D. Maestripieri & J. M. Mateo.

     Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, pp. 256-291, 2009.

137. D. Maestripieri, J. M. Mateo.

    The role of maternal effects in mammalian evolution and adaptation.

    In: Maternal Effects in Mammals. Ed. by D. Maestripieri & J. M. Mateo.

    Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, pp. 1-9, 2009.

136. K. McCormack, T. K. Newman, J. D. Higley, D. Maestripieri, M. M. Sanchez.

     Serotonin transporter gene variation, infant abuse, and responsiveness to stress in rhesus macaque mothers and infants.

     Hormones and Behavior, 55: 538-547, 2009.

135. D. Maestripieri, C. L. Hoffman, G. M. Anderson, C. S. Carter, J. D. Higley.

    Mother-infant interactions in free-ranging rhesus macaques: Relationships between physiological and behavioral variables.

     Physiology and Behavior, 96: 613-619, 2009.

134. D. Maestripieri.

    The contribution of comparative research to the development and testing of life-history

     models of human attachment and reproductive strategies.

     Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 32: 37-38, 2009.

 

2008

 

133. D. Maestripieri.

     On the use of comparative research for understanding human language evolution.

     Current Anthropology, 49: 1066-1067, 2008.

132. C. L. Hoffman, A. V. Ruiz-Lambides, E. Davila, E. Maldonado, M. S. Gerald, D. Maestripieri.

      Sex differences in survival costs of reproduction in a promiscuous primate.

      Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 62: 1711-1718, 2008.

131. C. Carere, D. Maestripieri.

     The behavioral repertoire approach in comparative personality research:

     Inconsistencies between theory and practice.

     European Journal of Personality, 22: 457-459, 2008.

130. D. Maestripieri.

     Neuroendocrine mechanisms underlying the intergenerational transmission of maternal

     behavior and infant abuse in rhesus macaques.

     In: Hormones and Social Behavior. Ed. by D. Pfaff, C. Kordon, P. Chanson, Y. Christen.

     Berlin: Springer, pp. 121-130, 2008.

129. C. S. Barr, M. L. Schwandt, S. G. Lindell, J. D. Higley, D. Maestripieri, D. Goldman, S. J. Suomi, M. Heilig.

     Variation at the mu-opioid receptor gene (OPRM1) influences attachment behavior in infant primates.

     Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A., 105: 5277-5281, 2008.

128. D. Maestripieri.

     The role of the brain serotonergic system in the origin and transmission of adaptive

     and maladaptive variations in maternal behavior in rhesus macaques.

     In: Neurobiology of the Parental Brain. Ed. by R. Bridges.

     Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 163-173, 2008.

127. D. Maestripieri.

    Biological bases of maternal attachment.

    In: Current Directions in Developmental Psychology. Ed. by L. Liben.

    Boston: Pearson, pp. 37-42, 2008 (reprint).

126. D. Maestripieri.

    Primate behavior and misbehavior in Michael Crichton's Congo.

    In: The Science of Michael Crichton. Ed. by K. Grazier.

    Dallas, TX: BenBella Books, pp. 59-68, 2008.

125. D. Maestripieri, C. L. Hoffman, R. Fulks, M. S. Gerald.

     Plasma cortisol responses to stress in lactating and nonlactating female rhesus macaques.

     Hormones and Behavior, 53: 170-176, 2008.

 

2007

 

124. M. M. Sanchez, O. Alagbe, J. C. Felger, J. Zhang, A. E. Graff, A. P. Grand, D. Maestripieri, A. H. Miller.

     Activated p38 MAPK is associated with decreased CSF 5-HIAA and  increased maternal rejection during infancy in rhesus monkeys.

     Molecular Psychiatry, 12: 895-897, 2007.

123. E. P. Riley, B. Suryobroto, D. Maestripieri.

     Distribution of Macaca ochreata and identification of mixed ochreata-tonkeana groups in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.

     Primate Conservation, 22: 1-5, 2007.

122. J. C. Whitham, M. S. Gerald, D. Maestripieri.

      Intended receivers and functional significance of grunt and girney vocalizations in free-ranging female rhesus macaques.

      Ethology, 113: 862-874, 2007.

121. D. Maestripieri.

     Gestural communication in three species of macaques (Macaca mulatta, M. nemestrina, M. arctoides):

    Use of signals in relation to dominance and social context.

    In: Gestural Communication in Nonhuman and Human Primates.

    Ed. by K. Liebal, C. Muller, & S. Pika. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 51-66. 2007.

120. C. Waitt, D. Maestripieri, M. S. Gerald.

     Effects of parity and age on female attraction to faces of infants and neonates in rhesus macaques.

     Primates, 48: 164-167, 2007.

119. D. Maestripieri.

    Social and biological influences on rhesus monkey development and health across the lifespan:

    Challenges and rewards of population-based bio-behavioral research with nonhuman primates.

    In: Proceedings of the 2006 Chicago Workshop on Biomarkers in Population-Based

    Health and Aging Research

    Ed. by S. Lindau & N. Gavrilova.  Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Center on Demography and Economics of Aging,

    pp. 7-24, 2007.

118. D. Maestripieri, S. G. Lindell, J. D. Higley

    Intergenerational transmission of maternal behavior in rhesus macaques and its underlying mechanisms.

    Developmental Psychobiology, 49: 165-171, 2007.

117. D. Maestripieri, J. Mayhew, C. L. Carlson, C. L. Hoffman, J. M. Radtke.

    One-male harems and female social dynamics in Guinea baboons.

    Folia Primatologica, 78: 56-68, 2007.

 

2006

 

116. M. S. Gerald, C. Waitt, D. Maestripieri.

    An experimental examination of female responses to infant face coloration in

    rhesus macaques.

    Behavioural Processes, 73: 253-256, 2006.

115. D. Maestripieri, K. M. McCormack, S. G. Lindell, J. D. Higley, M. M. Sanchez.

     Influence of parenting style on the offspring's behaviour and CSF monoamine metabolite

     levels in crossfostered and noncrossfostered female rhesus macaques.

     Behavioural Brain Research, 175: 90-95, 2006.

114. D. Maestripieri, J. D. Higley, S. G. Lindell, T. K. Newman, K. McCormack, M. M. Sanchez.

     Early maternal rejection affects the development of monoaminergic systems and adult

     abusive parenting in rhesus macaques.

     Behavioral Neuroscience, 120: 1017-1024, 2006.

113. K. M. McCormack, M. M. Sanchez, M. Bardi, D. Maestripieri.

     Maternal care patterns and behavioral development of rhesus macaque abused infants in

     in the first 6 months of life.

     Developmental Psychobiology, 48: 537-550, 2006.

112. J. R. Roney, K. N. Hanson, K. M. Durante, D. Maestripieri.

      Reading men’s faces: Women’s mate attractiveness judgments track men’s testosterone and interest in infants.

     Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, 273: 2169-2175, 2006.

111. D. Maestripieri, J. R. Roney

     Evolutionary developmental psychology: Contributions from comparative research with nonhuman primates.

     Developmental Review, 26: 120-137, 2006.

110. G. R. Pradhan, A. Engelhardt, C. P. van Schaik, D. Maestripieri.

    The evolution of female copulation calls in primates: a review and a new model.

    Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 59: 333-343, 2006.

 

2005

 

109. D. Maestripieri, J. R. Roney.

     Primate copulation calls and post-copulatory female choice.

     Behavioral Ecology, 16: 106-113, 2005.

108. D. Maestripieri, S. G. Lindell, A. Ayala, P. W. Gold, J. D. Higley.

     Neurobiological characteristics of rhesus macaque abusive mothers and their

     relation to social and maternal behavior.

     Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 29: 51-57, 2005.

107. D. Maestripieri.

    On the importance of comparative research for the understanding of human behavior

    and development: A reply to Gottlieb & Lickliter (2004).

    Social Development, 14: 181-186, 2005.

106. D. Maestripieri.

     Effects of early experience on female behavioural and reproductive development in rhesus macaques.

     Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, 272: 1243-1248, 2005.

105. D. Maestripieri.

     Early experience affects the intergenerational transmission of infant abuse in rhesus monkeys.

     Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A., 102: 9726-9729, 2005.

104. D. Maestripieri, M. Leoni, S. S. Raza, E. J. Hirsch, J. C. Whitham

     Female copulation calls in Guinea baboons: Evidence for post-copulatory female choice?

     International Journal of Primatology, 26: 737-758, 2005.

103. D. Maestripieri.

     Gestural communication in three species of macaques (Macaca mulatta, M. nemestrina,

     M. arctoides): Use of signals in relation to dominance and social context.

     Gesture, 5: 57-73, 2005.

102. D. Maestripieri.

     Improbable antics: Notes from a gorilla guru.

     In: King Kong is Back!  Ed. by D. Brin. Dallas, TX: BenBella Books, pp. 85-91, 2005.  .

 

2004

 

101. D. Maestripieri, S. R. Ross

      Sex differences in play among western lowland gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) infants:

     Implications for adult behavior and social structure.

     American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 123: 52-61, 2004.

100. D. Maestripieri

      Genetic aspects of mother-offspring conflict in rhesus macaques.

      Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 55: 381-387, 2004.

99. J. R. Roney, J. C. Whitham, M. Leoni, A. Bellem, N. Wielebnowski, D. Maestripieri.

      Relative digit lengths and testosterone levels in Guinea baboons.

      Hormones and Behavior, 45: 285-290, 2004.

98. J. R. Roney, D. Maestripieri.

      Relative digit lengths predict men's behavior and attractiveness during social interactions with women.

      Human Nature, 15: 271-282, 2004.

97. D. Maestripieri, J. R. Roney, N. DeBias, K. M. Durante, G. M. Spaepen.

      Father absence, menarche, and interest in infants among adolescent girls.

      Developmental Science, 7: 560-566, 2004.

96. D. Maestripieri, K. M. Durante.

      Infant colic: Re-evaluating the adaptive hypotheses.

      Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 27: 468-469, 2004.

95. D. Maestripieri, S. R. Ross.

      Maternal influences on infant behavioral development in western lowland gorillas.

      In: Advances in Psychology Research, Vol. 27. Ed. by S. P. Shohov. Hauppage,

      NY: Nova Science Publishers, pp. 96-112, 2004.

94. D. Maestripieri.

      Maternal behavior, infant handling and socialization.

      In: Macaque Societies: A Model for the Study of Social Organization.

      Ed. by B. Thierry, M. Singh, W. Kaumanns. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,

      pp. 231-234, 2004.

 

2003

 

93. J. R. Roney, S. V. Mahler, D. Maestripieri.

      Behavioral and hormonal responses of men to brief interactions with women.

      Evolution and Human Behavior, 24: 365-375, 2003.

92. J. C. Whitham, D. Maestripieri

      Primate rituals: The function of greetings between male Guinea baboons.

      Ethology, 109: 847-459, 2003.

91. D. Maestripieri, K. Wallen.

     Nonhuman primate models of developmental psychopathology: problems

     and prospects.

     In: Neurodevelopmental Mechanisms in Psychopathology. Ed. by

     D. Cicchetti & E. Walker, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 187-214, 2003.

90. D. Maestripieri.

      Similarities in affiliation and aggression between cross-fostered rhesus macaque

      females and their biological mothers.

      Developmental Psychobiology, 43: 321-327, 2003.

89. D. Maestripieri.

      The past, present, and future of primate psychology.

      In: Primate Psychology.  Ed. by D. Maestripieri. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press,

      pp. 1-16, 2003.

88. D. Maestripieri.

      Attachment.

      In: Primate Psychology. Ed. by D. Maestripieri. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press,

     pp. 108-143, 2003.

87. J. R. Roney, D. Maestripieri.

      Social development and affiliation.

      In: Primate Psychology. Ed. by D. Maestripieri. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press,

      pp. 171-204, 2003.

86. L. A. Parr, D. Maestripieri.

      Nonvocal communication.

      In: Primate Psychology. Ed. by D. Maestripieri. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press,

     pp. 324-358, 2003.

 

2002

 

85. D. Maestripieri, P. M. Kappeler

    Evolutionary theory and primate behavior.

    International Journal of Primatology, 23: 703-705, 2002.

84. D. Maestripieri.

    Parent-offspring conflict in primates.

    International Journal of Primatology, 23: 923-951, 2002.

83. D. Maestripieri.

    Biological bases of maternal attachment.

    In: Foundations in Social Neuroscience.

    Ed. By J. T. Cacioppo, G. G. Berntson, R. Adolphs, C. S. Carter, R. J. Davidson,

    M. K. McClintock, B. S. McEwen, M. J. Meaney, D. L. Schacter, E. M. Sternberg,

    S. J. Suomi, S. E. Taylor. MIT Press, pp. 749-753, 2002.

82. F. C. Graves, K. Wallen, D. Maestripieri.

      Opioids and attachment in rhesus macaque abusive mothers.

      Behavioral Neuroscience, 116: 489-493, 2002.

81. D. Maestripieri.

    Maternal dominance rank and age affect offspring sex ratio in pigtail macaques

   Journal of Mammalogy, 83: 563-568, 2002.

80. D. Maestripieri, S. Pelka.

      Sex differences in interest in infants across the lifespan: A biological adaptation

      for parenting?

      Human Nature, 13: 327-344, 2002.

79. D. Maestripieri, S. K. Ross, N. L. Megna.

      Mother-infant interactions in western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla):

      Spatial relationships, communication, and opportunities for social learning.

      Journal of Comparative Psychology, 116: 219-227, 2002.

78. J. R. Roney, D. Maestripieri.

      The importance of comparative and phylogenetic analyses in the study of adaptation.

      Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25: 525, 2002.

 

2001

 

77. D. Maestripieri.

     Is there mother-infant bonding in primates?

     Developmental Review, 21: 93-120, 2001.

76. D. Maestripieri.

    Biological bases of maternal attachment.

    Current Directions in Psychological Science, 10:79-83, 2001.

75. D. Maestripieri.

    Female-biased maternal investment in rhesus macaques.

    Folia Primatologica, 72: 44-47, 2001.

74. D. Maestripieri, J. Whitham.

    Teaching in marine mammals? Anecdotes vs science.

     Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24: 342-343, 2001.

73. D. Maestripieri.

    Intraspecific variability in parenting styles of rhesus macaques: The role of the

    social environment.

    Ethology, 107: 237-248, 2001.

 

2000

 

72. D. Maestripieri, K. A. Carroll.

    Causes and consequences of infant abuse and neglect in monkeys.

    Aggression and Violent Behavior, 5: 245-254, 2000.

71. D. Maestripieri, T. Jovanovic, H. Gouzoules

    Crying and infant abuse in rhesus monkeys.

    Child Development, 71: 301-309, 2000.

70. D. Maestripieri, Megna, N. L., Jovanovic, T.

    Adoption and maltreatment of foster infants by rhesus macaque abusive mothers.

    Developmental Science, 3: 287-293, 2000.

69. D. Maestripieri.

    Determinants of affiliative interactions between adult males

    and lactating females in pigtail macaques.

    Ethology, 106: 425-439, 2000.

68. S. Cabib, F. R. D'Amato, S. Puglisi-Allegra, D. Maestripieri.

    Behavioral and mesocorticolimbic dopamine responses to non aggressive social interactions

    depend on previous social experiences and on the opponent's sex.

    Behavioural Brain Research, 112: 13-22, 2000.

67. D. Maestripieri.

    Measuring temperament in rhesus macaques: consistency and change in emotionality over time.

    Behavioural Processes, 49: 167-171, 2000.

66. D. Maestripieri, N. L. Megna.

    Hormones and behavior in abusive and nonabusive rhesus macaque mothers.

    1: Social interactions during late pregnancy and early lactation.

    Physiology & Behavior, 71: 35-42, 2000.

65. D. Maestripieri, N. L. Megna.

    Hormones and behavior in abusive and nonabusive rhesus macaque mothers.

    2: Mother-infant interactions.

    Physiology & Behavior, 71: 43-49, 2000.

64. T. Jovanovic, N. L. Megna, D. Maestripieri.

    Early maternal recognition of offspring vocalizations in rhesus macaques

    (Macaca mulatta).

    Primates, 41: 421-428, 2000.

63. D. Maestripieri.

     Biography.

     American Psychologist, 55: 1274-1276, 2000. HTML

 

1999

 

62. D. Maestripieri

    The biology of human parenting: Insights from nonhuman primates.

    Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 23: 411-422, 1999.

61. D. Maestripieri, M. Tomaszycki, K. A. Carroll.

    Consistency and change in the behavior of rhesus macaque abusive mothers with

    successive infants.

    Developmental Psychobiology, 34: 29-35, 1999.

60. D. Maestripieri.

    Formal dominance: The emperor's new clothes?

    Journal of Comparative Psychology, 113: 96-98, 1999.

59. D. Maestripieri.

    Primate social organization, gestural repertoire size, and communication dynamics:

    a comparative study of macaques.

    In: The Origins of Language. What Nonhuman Primates Can Tell Us. Ed. by B. J. King,

    Santa Fe: School of American Research, pp. 55-77, 1999.

58. D. Maestripieri, K. A. Carroll.

    Costs and benefits of female aggressiveness in humans and other mammals.

    Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 22: 231-232, 1999.

57. D. Maestripieri.

    Fatal attraction: Interest in infants and infant abuse in rhesus macaques.

    American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 110: 17-25, 1999.

56. D. Maestripieri.

    Changes in social behavior and its hormonal correlates across pregnancy in

    pig-tailed macaques.

    International Journal of Primatology, 20: 707-718, 1999.

 

1998

 

55. D. Maestripieri.

    Parenting styles of abusive mothers in group-living rhesus macaques.

    Animal Behaviour, 55: 1-11, 1998.

54. D. Maestripieri, K. A. Carroll.

    Risk factors for infant abuse and neglect in rhesus monkeys.

    Psychological Science, 9: 143-145, 1998.

53. M. Tomaszycki, C. Cline, B. Griffin, D. Maestripieri, W. D. Hopkins.

    Maternal cradling and infant nipple preferences in rhesus macaques.

    Developmental Psychobiology, 32: 305-312, 1998.

52. D. Maestripieri.

    Osservazione, registrazione e definizione delle relazioni madre-figlio nei primati non umani.

    In: Tecniche di Osservazione del Comportamento Infantile. Ed. by A. Tartabini, Milano:

    McGraw-Hill, pp. 37-51, 1998.

51. D. Maestripieri, K. A. Carroll.

    Child abuse and neglect: Usefulness of the animal data.

    Psychological Bulletin, 123: 211-223, 1998.

50. K. A Carroll, D. Maestripieri.

    Infant maltreatment in monkeys: A discussion of definitions, epidemiology, etiology, and

    implications for child maltreatment.

    Psychological Bulletin, 123: 234-237, 1998.

49. D. Maestripieri.

    Social and demographic influences on mothering style in pigtail macaques.

    Ethology, 104: 379-385, 1998.

48. J. L. Zehr, D. Maestripieri, K. Wallen.

    Estrogen increases female sexual initiation independent of male responsiveness in

    rhesus monkeys.

    Hormones and Behavior, 33: 95-103, 1998.

47. D. Maestripieri.

    The evolution of male-infant interactions in the tribe Papionini (Primates: Cercopithecidae)

    Folia Primatologica, 69: 247-251, 1998.

46. D. Maestripieri, K. A. Carroll.

    Behavioral and environmental correlates of infant abuse in group-living pigtail macaques.

    Infant Behavior & Development, 21: 603-612, 1998.

45. D. Maestripieri, J. L. Zehr

    Maternal responsiveness increases during pregnancy and after estrogen treatment in macaques.

    Hormones and Behavior, 34: 223-230, 1998.

44. D. Maestripieri.

    Science, philosophy, and the study of animal minds.

    Evolution of Communication, 2: 279-291, 1998.

 

1997

 

43. D. Maestripieri, K. Wallen.

    Affiliative and submissive communication in rhesus macaques.

    Primates, 38: 127-138, 1997.

42. D. Maestripieri, K. Wallen, K. A. Carroll.

    Infant abuse runs in families of group-living pigtail macaques.

    Child Abuse & Neglect, 21: 465-471, 1997.

41. D. Maestripieri, K. Wallen, K. A. Carroll.

    Genealogical and demographic influences on infant abuse and neglect in group-living sooty

    mangabeys (Cercocebus atys).

    Developmental Psychobiology, 31: 175-180, 1997.

40. D. Maestripieri.

    The evolution of communication.

    Language & Communication, 17: 269-277, 1997.

39. D. Maestripieri.

    Gestural communication in macaques: Usage and meaning of nonvocal signals.

    Evolution of Communication, 1: 193-222, 1997.

 

1996

 

38. D. Maestripieri.

    Maternal encouragement of infant locomotion in pigtail macaques, Macaca nemestrina.

    Animal Behaviour, 51: 603-610, 1996.

37. D. Maestripieri.

    Gestural communication and its cognitive implications in pigtail macaques (Macaca nemestrina).

    Behaviour, 133: 997-1022, 1996.

36. D. Maestripieri.

    Primate cognition and the bared-teeth display: a reevaluation of the concept of formal dominance.

    Journal of Comparative Psychology, 110: 402-405, 1996.

35. D. Maestripieri.

    Social communication among captive stumptail macaques (Macaca arctoides).

    International Journal of Primatology, 17: 785-802, 1996.

34. D. Maestripieri, J. Call.

    Mother-infant communication in primates.

    Advances in the Study of Behavior, 25: 613- 642, 1996.

 

1995

 

33. D. Maestripieri, K. Wallen.

    Interest in infants varies with reproductive condition in group-living female pigtail macaques

(Macaca nemestrina).

    Physiology & Behavior, 57: 353-358, 1995.

32. D. Maestripieri.

    First steps in the macaque world: Do rhesus mothers encourage their infants' independent

    locomotion?

    Animal Behaviour, 49: 1541-1549, 1995.

31. K. Wallen, D. Maestripieri, D.R. Mann.

    Effects of neonatal testicular suppression with a GnRH antagonist on social behavior

    in group-living juvenile rhesus monkeys.

    Hormones and Behavior, 29: 322-337, 1995.

30. D. Maestripieri.

    Maternal encouragement in nonhuman primates and the question of animal teaching.

    Human Nature, 6: 361-378, 1995.

29. D. Maestripieri.

    Assessment of danger to themselves and their infants by rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta)

    mothers

    Journal of Comparative Psychology, 109: 416-420, 1995.

28. D. Maestripieri.

    Maternal responsiveness to infant distress calls in stumptail macaques.

    Folia Primatologica, 64: 201-206, 1995.

 

1994

 

27. D. Maestripieri.

    Infant abuse associated with psychosocial stress in a group-living pigtail macaque (Macaca

    nemestrina) mother.

    American Journal of Primatology, 32: 41-49, 1994.

26. D. Maestripieri.

    Social structure, infant handling, and mothering styles in group-living Old World monkeys.

    International Journal of Primatology, 15: 531-553, 1994.

25. D. Maestripieri.

    Costs and benefits of maternal aggression in lactating female rhesus macaques.

    Primates, 35: 443-453, 1994.

24. D. Maestripieri.

    Mother-infant relationships in three species of macaques (Macaca mulatta, M. nemestrina,

   M.arctoides). I. Development of the mother-infant relationship in the first three months.

    Behaviour, 131: 75-96, 1994.

23. D. Maestripieri.

    Mother-infant relationships in three species of macaques (Macaca mulatta, M. nemestrina,

    M.arctoides). II. The social environment.

    Behaviour, 131: 97-113, 1994.

22. D. Maestripieri.

    Influence of infants on female social relationships in monkeys.

    Folia Primatologica, 63: 192-202, 1994.

 

1993

 

21. D. Maestripieri.

    Vigilance costs of allogrooming in macaque mothers.

    The American Naturalist, 141: 744-753, 1993.

20. D. Maestripieri.

    Infant kidnapping in group-living rhesus macaques: why don't mothers rescue their infants?

    Primates, 34: 211-216, 1993.

19. D. Maestripieri.

    Maternal anxiety in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). I. Measurement of anxiety and

    identification of anxiety-eliciting situations.

    Ethology, 95: 19-31, 1993.

18. D. Maestripieri.

    Maternal anxiety in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). II. Emotional bases of individual

    differences in mothering style.

    Ethology, 95: 32-42, 1993.

 

1992

 

17. S. Bigi, D. Maestripieri, L. Aloe, E. Alleva.

    NGF decreases isolation-induced aggressive behavior, while increasing adrenal volume,

    in adult male mice.

    Physiology & Behavior, 51: 337-343, 1992.

16. D. Maestripieri, F.L. Martel, C.M. Nevison, M.J.A. Simpson, E.B. Keverne.

    Anxiety in rhesus monkey infants in relation to interactions with their mother and other social

    companions.

    Developmental Psychobiology, 24: 571-581, 1992.

15. D. Maestripieri.

    Functional aspects of maternal aggression in mammals.

    Canadian Journal of Zoology, 70: 1069-1077, 1992.

14. D. Maestripieri, G. Schino, F. Aureli, A. Troisi.

    A modest proposal: displacement activities as an indicator of emotions in primates.

    Animal Behaviour, 44: 967-979, 1992.

 

1991

 

13. S. Scucchi, D. Maestripieri, G. Schino.

    Conflict, displacement activities, and menstrual cycle in long-tailed macaques.

    Primates, 32: 115-118, 1991.

12. D. Maestripieri.

    Litter gender composition, food availability, and maternal defence of the young in house mice

    (Mus domesticus).

    Behaviour, 116: 139-151, 1991.

11. D. Maestripieri, E. Alleva.

    Do male mice use parental care as a buffering strategy against maternal aggression?

    Animal Behaviour, 41: 904-906, 1991.

10. D. Maestripieri, C. Rossi-Arnaud.

    Kinship does not affect litter defence in pairs of communally nesting female house mice.

    Aggressive Behavior, 17: 223-228, 1991.

9. D. Maestripieri, F.R. D'Amato.

    Anxiety and maternal aggression in house mice (Mus domesticus): a look at interindividual

    variability.

    Journal of Comparative Psychology, 105: 295-301, 1991.

8. S. Pavani, D. Maestripieri, G. Schino, P.G. Turillazzi, S. Scucchi.

    Factors influencing scratching behaviour in long-tailed macaques.

    Folia Primatologica, 57: 34-38, 1991.

7. D. Maestripieri, E. Alleva.

    Litter defense and parental investment allocation in house mice.

    Behavioural Processes, 23: 223-230, 1991.

6. D. Maestripieri, A. Badiani, S. Puglisi-Allegra.

    Prepartal chronic stress increases anxiety and decreases aggression in lactating

    female mice.

    Behavioral Neuroscience, 105: 663-668, 1991.

 

1990

 

5. D. Maestripieri, E. Alleva.

    Maternal aggression and litter size in the female house mouse.

    Ethology, 84: 27-34, 1990.

4 D. Maestripieri, R. De Simone, L. Aloe, E. Alleva.

    Social status and nerve growth factor serum levels after agonistic encounters in mice.

    Physiology & Behavior, 47: 161-164, 1990.

3. G. Schino, D. Maestripieri, S. Scucchi, P.G. Turillazzi.

    Social tension in familiar and unfamiliar pairs of long-tailed macaques.

    Behaviour, 113: 264-272, 1990.

 

1989

 

2. D. Maestripieri, S. Scucchi

    Seasonal changes in social relationships in an all-female rhesus monkey

    (Macaca mulatta) group.

    Behaviour, 110: 106-114, 1989.

 

1988

 

1. G. Schino, S. Scucchi, D. Maestripieri, P.G. Turillazzi

    Allogrooming as a tension-reduction mechanism: a behavioral approach.

    American Journal of Primatology, 16: 43-50, 1988.

 

 

Book Reviews

 

D. Maestripieri

   Review of: Monkey Farm. A History of the Yerkes Laboratories of Primate Biology,

   Orange Park, Florida 1930-1965, by D. A. Dewsbury.

   International Journal of Primatology, 28: 969-970, 2007.

D. Maestripieri

   Review of: Among Orangutans: Red Apes and the Rise of Human Culture, by C. van Schaik.

   American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 129: 637, 2006.

D. Maestripieri

   Review of: Primate Life Histories and Socioecology, ed. by P. Kappeler & M. Pereira.

   Review of: Juvenile Primates: Life History, Development and Behavior (2nd ed.), ed. by M.

   E. Pereira & L. A. Fairbanks.

   International Journal of Primatology, 25: 955-957, 2004.  .

D. Maestripieri

   Science, power, and human nature at Goon Park.

   Review of: Love at Goon Park: Harry Harlow and the Science of Affection, by D. Blum.

   Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 48, 2004.

D. Maestripieri

   Review of: Infant Chimpanzee and Human Child: A Classic 1935 Comparative Study

   of Ape Emotions and Intelligence, by N. N. Ladygina-Kohts.

   International Journal of Primatology, 24: 697-699, 2003.

D. Maestripieri

   Hand-me-down speech.

   Review of: From Hand to Mouth: The Origins of Language, by M. Corballis.

   American Scientist, 90: 472, 2002. HTML

D. Maestripieri

   Comparing cognition in animals, and researchers.

   Review of: The Evolution of Cognition, ed. by C. Heyes and L. Huber.

   Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 5: 452-453 2001.

D. Maestripieri

   Review of: The Nonhuman Primates, ed. by P. Dolhinow & A. Fuentes.

   Review of: Essentials of Animal Behaviour, by P. Slater.

   International Journal of Primatology, 21: 329-331, 2000.

D. Maestripieri

   Review of: Mother Nature: A History of Mothers, Infants, and Natural Selection, by S. B. Hrdy.

   Animal Behaviour, 59: 895-896, 2000.

D. Maestripieri

   Review of: Human Facial Expression: An Evolutionary View, by A. J. Fridlund.

   Animal Behaviour, 51: 1187-1188, 1996.

D. Maestripieri

   Review of: Primate Behaviour: Social information, knowledge, and the evolution of culture,

   by D. Quiatt & V. Reynolds.

   American Journal of Primatology, 35: 165-167, 1995.

D. Maestripieri

   Review of: Juvenile Primates: Life History, Development and Behavior, ed. by M. E.

   Pereira & L. A. Fairbanks;

   Review of: Lemur Social Systems and their Ecological Basis,

   ed. by P. Kappeler & J. Ganzhorn.

   Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 9: 270-271, 1994.

D. Maestripieri.

   L'eredità di Lorenz e Tinbergen e gli orientamenti attuali dell'etologia.

   Annuario della Scienza e della Tecnica Curcio, 1991.

D. Maestripieri.

   Review of: How monkeys see the world. Inside the mind of another species,

   by D.L. Cheney & R.M. Seyfarth.

   Le Scienze (Italian edition of Scientific American), 271: 100-101, 1991.

D. Maestripieri

   Review of: The Evolution of Parental Care, by T.H. Clutton-Brock.

   Le Scienze (Italian Edition of Scientific American), 277: 110-112, 1991.

D. Maestripieri.

    La biologia non è un'estetica, Review of: Le forme viventi, by Adolf Portmann.

    L'Indice, 3: 34-35,1990.

D. Maestripieri.

    Passato, presente e futuro dell'NGF.

    Annuario della Scienza e della Tecnica Curcio, pp. 174-178, 1990.

D. Maestripieri.

   Il ruolo della femmina nelle società animali.

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