Andrew J King
Andrew J King
Associate Professor, SHOALgroup, Biosciences, Swansea University
Verified email at swansea.ac.uk - Homepage
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The origins and evolution of leadership
AJ King, DDP Johnson, M Van Vugt
Current biology 19 (19), R911-R916, 2009
4432009
Dominance and affiliation mediate despotism in a social primate
AJ King, CMS Douglas, E Huchard, NJB Isaac, G Cowlishaw
Current Biology 18 (23), 1833-1838, 2008
2662008
How can social network analysis improve the study of primate behavior?
C Sueur, A Jacobs, F Amblard, O Petit, AJ King
American Journal of Primatology 73 (8), 703-719, 2011
1932011
When to use social information: the advantage of large group size in individual decision making
AJ King, G Cowlishaw
Biology Letters 3 (2), 137-139, 2007
1722007
Collective decision‐making and fission–fusion dynamics: a conceptual framework
C Sueur, AJ King, L Conradt, G Kerth, D Lusseau, C Mettke‐Hofmann, ...
Oikos 120 (11), 1608-1617, 2011
1642011
Where next? Group coordination and collective decision making by primates
AJ King, C Sueur
International Journal of Primatology 32 (6), 1245-1267, 2011
1342011
Solving the shepherding problem: heuristics for herding autonomous, interacting agents
D Strömbom, RP Mann, AM Wilson, S Hailes, AJ Morton, DJT Sumpter, ...
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 11 (100), 20140719, 2014
1272014
Leaders, followers, and group decision-making
AJ King, G Cowlishaw
Communicative & integrative biology 2 (2), 147-150, 2009
1202009
A rule-of-thumb based on social affiliation explains collective movements in desert baboons
AJ King, C Sueur, E Huchard, G Cowlishaw
Animal Behaviour 82 (6), 1337-1345, 2011
1192011
Selfish-herd behaviour of sheep under threat
AJ King, AM Wilson, SD Wilshin, J Lowe, H Haddadi, S Hailes, AJ Morton
Current Biology 22 (14), R561-R562, 2012
1182012
Follow me! I’ma leader if you do; I’ma failed initiator if you don’t?
AJ King
Behavioural Processes 84 (3), 671-674, 2010
852010
All together now: behavioural synchrony in baboons
AJ King, G Cowlishaw
Animal Behaviour 78 (6), 1381-1387, 2009
812009
Bolder stickleback fish make faster decisions, but they are not less accurate
D Mamuneas, AJ Spence, A Manica, AJ King
Behavioral Ecology 26 (1), 91-96, 2015
802015
A low-cost manipulation of food resources reduces spatial overlap between baboons (Papio ursinus) and humans in conflict
BS Kaplan, MJ O’Riain, R van Eeden, AJ King
International Journal of Primatology 32 (6), 1397-1412, 2011
782011
Sneeze to leave: African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) use variable quorum thresholds facilitated by sneezes in collective decisions
RH Walker, AJ King, JW McNutt, NR Jordan
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1862), 20170347, 2017
732017
Sex-differences and temporal consistency in stickleback fish boldness
AJ King, I Fürtbauer, D Mamuneas, C James, A Manica
PloS one 8 (12), e81116, 2013
732013
Ecological, social, and reproductive factors shape producer–scrounger dynamics in baboons
AJ King, NJB Isaac, G Cowlishaw
Behavioral Ecology 20 (5), 1039-1049, 2009
712009
The dining etiquette of desert baboons: the roles of social bonds, kinship, and dominance in co‐feeding networks
AJ King, FE Clark, G Cowlishaw
American Journal of Primatology 73 (8), 768-774, 2011
702011
A critical review of zoo-based olfactory enrichment
F Clark, AJ King
Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 11, 391-398, 2008
692008
Paternal effects on access to resources in a promiscuous primate society
E Huchard, MJ Charpentier, H Marshall, AJ King, LA Knapp, G Cowlishaw
Behavioral Ecology 24 (1), 229-236, 2013
642013
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