Meg Crofoot
Meg Crofoot
Professor, University of Konstanz & Director, Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ab.mpg.de
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Terrestrial animal tracking as an eye on life and planet
R Kays, MC Crofoot, W Jetz, M Wikelski
Science 348 (6240), 2015
6532015
Shared decision-making drives collective movement in wild baboons
A Strandburg-Peshkin, DR Farine, ID Couzin, MC Crofoot
Science 348 (6241), 1358-1361, 2015
2822015
Interaction location outweighs the competitive advantage of numerical superiority in Cebus capucinus intergroup contests
MC Crofoot, IC Gilby, MC Wikelski, RW Kays
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (2), 577-581, 2008
1702008
Tracking animal location and activity with an automated radio telemetry system in a tropical rainforest
R Kays, S Tilak, M Crofoot, T Fountain, D Obando, A Ortega, F Kuemmeth, ...
The Computer Journal 54 (12), 1931-1948, 2011
1372011
Cheating monkeys undermine group strength in enemy territory
MC Crofoot, IC Gilby
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (2), 501-505, 2012
982012
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
882014
Intergroup aggression in primates and humans: the case for a unified theory
MC Crofoot, RW Wrangham
Mind the gap, 171-195, 2010
812010
Aggression, grooming and group‐level cooperation in white‐faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus): insights from social networks
MC Crofoot, DI Rubenstein, AS Maiya, TY Berger‐Wolf
American Journal of Primatology 73 (8), 821-833, 2011
682011
Habitat and social factors shape individual decisions and emergent group structure during baboon collective movement
A Strandburg-Peshkin, DR Farine, MC Crofoot, ID Couzin
Elife 6, e19505, 2017
582017
Does watching a monkey change its behaviour? Quantifying observer effects in habituated wild primates using automated radiotelemetry
MC Crofoot, TD Lambert, R Kays, MC Wikelski
Animal Behaviour 80 (3), 475-480, 2010
562010
Mating and feeding competition in white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus): the importance of short-and long-term strategies
M Crofoot
Behaviour 144 (12), 1473-1495, 2007
502007
Non-random walks in monkeys and humans
D Boyer, MC Crofoot, PD Walsh
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 9 (70), 842-847, 2012
442012
Individual variation in local interaction rules can explain emergent patterns of spatial organization in wild baboons
DR Farine, A Strandburg-Peshkin, ID Couzin, TY Berger-Wolf, MC Crofoot
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1853), 20162243, 2017
382017
Both nearest neighbours and long-term affiliates predict individual locations during collective movement in wild baboons
DR Farine, A Strandburg-Peshkin, T Berger-Wolf, B Ziebart, I Brugere, J Li, ...
Scientific reports 6, 27704, 2016
372016
Use of overlap zones among group-living primates: a test of the risk hypothesis
R Wrangham, R Lundy, M Crofoot, I Gilby
Behaviour 144 (12), 1599-1619, 2007
372007
Movement patterns of three arboreal primates in a Neotropical moist forest explained by LiDAR-estimated canopy structure
KA McLean, AM Trainor, GP Asner, MC Crofoot, ME Hopkins, ...
Landscape Ecology 31 (8), 1849-1862, 2016
352016
The cost of defeat: Capuchin groups travel further, faster and later after losing conflicts with neighbors
MC Crofoot
American journal of physical anthropology 152 (1), 79-85, 2013
332013
Inferring influence and leadership in moving animal groups
A Strandburg-Peshkin, D Papageorgiou, MC Crofoot, DR Farine
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
322018
Why mob? Reassessing the costs and benefits of primate predator harassment
MC Crofoot
Folia primatologica 83 (3-6), 252-273, 2012
322012
Attraction and avoidance detection from movements
Z Li, B Ding, F Wu, TKH Lei, R Kays, MC Crofoot
Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment 7 (3), 157-168, 2013
292013
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