James P. Higham
James P. Higham
Associate Professor of Anthropology, New York University
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Why are birds’ eggs speckled?
AG Gosler, JP Higham, S James Reynolds
Ecology Letters 8 (10), 1105-1113, 2005
2432005
Primate brain size is predicted by diet but not sociality
AR DeCasien, SA Williams, JP Higham
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (5), 1-7, 2017
1872017
Some observations on the structure and function of the spinning apparatus in the silkworm Bombyx mori
T Asakura, K Umemura, Y Nakazawa, H Hirose, J Higham, D Knight
Biomacromolecules 8 (1), 175-181, 2007
1372007
An introduction to multimodal communication
JP Higham, EA Hebets
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (9), 1381-1388, 2013
1312013
Studying primate color: towards visual system-dependent methods
M Stevens, MC Stoddard, JP Higham
International Journal of Primatology 30 (6), 893-917, 2009
1182009
Baboon sexual swellings: information content of size and color
JP Higham, AM MacLarnon, C Ross, M Heistermann, S Semple
Hormones and behavior 53 (3), 452-462, 2008
1092008
How does honest costly signaling work?
JP Higham
Behavioral Ecology 25 (1), 8-11, 2014
792014
Terminal investment and senescence in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) on Cayo Santiago
CL Hoffman, JP Higham, A Mas-Rivera, JE Ayala, D Maestripieri
Behavioral Ecology 21 (5), 972-978, 2010
782010
The energetics of male–male endurance rivalry in free-ranging rhesus macaques, Macaca mulatta
JP Higham, M Heistermann, D Maestripieri
Animal Behaviour 81 (5), 1001-1007, 2011
742011
Color signal information content and the eye of the beholder: a case study in the rhesus macaque
JP Higham, LJN Brent, C Dubuc, AK Accamando, A Engelhardt, ...
Behavioral Ecology 21 (4), 739-746, 2010
702010
Mu-opioid receptor (OPRM1) variation, oxytocin levels and maternal attachment in free-ranging rhesus macaques Macaca mulatta.
JP Higham, CS Barr, CL Hoffman, TM Mandalaywala, KJ Parker, ...
Behavioral neuroscience 125 (2), 131, 2011
692011
Dominance, coloration, and social and sexual behavior in male drills Mandrillus leucophaeus
JS Marty, JP Higham, EL Gadsby, C Ross
International Journal of Primatology 30 (6), 807, 2009
692009
Sexual signalling in female crested macaques and the evolution of primate fertility signals
JP Higham, M Heistermann, C Saggau, M Agil, D Perwitasari-Farajallah, ...
BMC evolutionary biology 12 (1), 1-10, 2012
672012
The endocrinology of male rhesus macaque social and reproductive status: a test of the challenge and social stress hypotheses
JP Higham, M Heistermann, D Maestripieri
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (1), 19-30, 2013
652013
Familiarity affects the assessment of female facial signals of fertility by free-ranging male rhesus macaques
JP Higham, KD Hughes, LJN Brent, C Dubuc, A Engelhardt, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1723), 3452-3458, 2011
642011
Revolutionary coalitions in male rhesus macaques
D Maestripieri, J Higham
Behaviour 147 (13-14), 1889-1908, 2010
602010
Female reproductive signaling, and male mating behavior, in the olive baboon
JP Higham, S Semple, A MacLarnon, M Heistermann, C Ross
Hormones and behavior 55 (1), 60-67, 2009
572009
Rates of self-directed behaviour and faecal glucocorticoid levels are not correlated in female wild olive baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis)
JP Higham, AM MacLarnon, M Heistermann, C Ross, S Semple
Stress 12 (6), 526-532, 2009
552009
Is male rhesus macaque red color ornamentation attractive to females?
C Dubuc, WL Allen, D Maestripieri, JP Higham
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 68 (7), 1215-1224, 2014
542014
Urinary C-peptide measurement as a marker of nutritional status in macaques
C Girard-Buttoz, JP Higham, M Heistermann, S Wedegärtner, ...
PLoS One 6 (3), e18042, 2011
542011
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