Bonaventura Majolo
Bonaventura Majolo
School of Psychology, University of Lincoln
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Responses to social and environmental stress are attenuated by strong male bonds in wild macaques
C Young, B Majolo, M Heistermann, O Schülke, J Ostner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (51), 18195-18200, 2014
Costs and benefits of group living in primates: group size effects on behaviour and demography
B Majolo, A de Bortoli Vizioli, G Schino
Animal Behaviour 76 (4), 1235-1247, 2008
Fitness‐related benefits of dominance in primates
B Majolo, J Lehmann, A de Bortoli Vizioli, G Schino
American journal of physical anthropology 147 (4), 652-660, 2012
Impacts of tourism on anxiety and physiological stress levels in wild male Barbary macaques
L Maréchal, S Semple, B Majolo, M Qarro, M Heistermann, A MacLarnon
Biological Conservation 144 (9), 2188-2193, 2011
Reciprocation and interchange in wild Japanese macaques: grooming, cofeeding, and agonistic support
R Ventura, B Majolo, NF Koyama, S Hardie, G Schino
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2006
The influence of phylogeny, social style, and sociodemographic factors on macaque social network structure
KN Balasubramaniam, BA Beisner, CM Berman, A De Marco, J Duboscq, ...
American journal of primatology 80 (1), e22727, 2018
Within-group behavioural consequences of between-group conflict: a prospective review
AN Radford, B Majolo, F Aureli
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1843), 20161567, 2016
Coping with the cold: predictors of survival in wild Barbary macaques, Macaca sylvanus
R McFarland, B Majolo
Biology letters 9 (4), 20130428, 2013
Human friendship favours cooperation in the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma
B Majolo, K Ames, R Brumpton, R Garratt, K Hall, N Wilson
Behaviour 143 (11), 1383-1395, 2006
The effects of social network position on the survival of wild Barbary macaques, Macaca sylvanus
J Lehmann, B Majolo, R McFarland
Behavioral Ecology 27 (1), 20-28, 2016
Hierarchical steepness, counter‐aggression, and macaque social style scale
KN Balasubramaniam, K Dittmar, CM Berman, M Butovskaya, MA Cooper, ...
American journal of primatology 74 (10), 915-925, 2012
Hierarchical steepness and phylogenetic models: phylogenetic signals in Macaca
KN Balasubramaniam, K Dittmar, CM Berman, M Butovskaya, MA Cooper, ...
Animal Behaviour 83 (5), 1207-1218, 2012
Assessing the effects of tourist provisioning on the health of wild Barbary macaques in Morocco
L Maréchal, S Semple, B Majolo, A MacLarnon
PloS one 11 (5), e0155920, 2016
The effect of intergroup competition on intragroup affiliation in primates
B Majolo, A de Bortoli Vizioli, J Lehmann
Animal Behaviour 114, 13-19, 2016
Personality structure and social style in macaques.
MJ Adams, B Majolo, J Ostner, O Schülke, A De Marco, B Thierry, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 109 (2), 338, 2015
The Effect of Climatic Factors on the Activity Budgets of Barbary Macaques (Macaca sylvanus)
B Majolo, R McFarland, C Young, M Qarro
International Journal of Primatology 34, 500-514, 2013
Social thermoregulation as a potential mechanism linking sociality and fitness: Barbary macaques with more social partners form larger huddles
LAD Campbell, PJ Tkaczynski, J Lehmann, M Mouna, B Majolo
Scientific reports 8 (1), 6074, 2018
Male social bonds and rank predict supporter selection in cooperative aggression in wild Barbary macaques
C Young, B Majolo, O Schülke, J Ostner
Animal Behaviour 95, 23-32, 2014
Sex, Rank and Age Differences in the Japanese Macaque (Macaca fuscata yakui) Participation in Inter‐Group Encounters
B Majolo, R Ventura, NF Koyama
Ethology 111 (5), 455-468, 2005
Cooperation in wild Barbary macaques: factors affecting free partner choice
S Molesti, B Majolo
Animal Cognition 19, 133-146, 2016
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