Alphabetical Bibliography ( click here for chronological )

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Akinyi, M.Y. 2010. Grooming and its effect on the prevalence of tick borne disease: A case study of wild yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus cynocephalus). M.Sc. Thesis, University of Nairobi.

Alberts S.C. 1992. Maturation and dispersal in male baboons Papio cynocephalus. Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago.

Alberts S.C. 1994. Vigilance in young baboons: effects of habitat, age, sex and maternal rank on glance rate. Animal Behaviour 47:749-755.

Alberts S.C. 1999. Paternal kin discrimination in wild baboons. Proceeding Royal Society London B Bio 266:1501-1506.

Alberts S.C. 1999. Thirteen MHC-DQA1 alleles from two populations of baboons. Immunogenetics 49:825-827.

Alberts S.C. Magnitude and sources of variation in male reproductive performance. To appear in : The Evolution of Primate Societies. Edited by Mitani J., Call J., Kappeler P., Palombit R., and Silk J.B., University of Chicago Press.

Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 1995. Balancing costs and opportunities: dispersal in male baboons. American Naturalist 145:279-306.

Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 1995. Preparation and activation: determinants of age at reproductive maturity in male baboons. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 36:397-406.

Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 2001. Immigration and hybridization patterns of yellow and anubis baboons in and around Amboseli, Kenya. American Journal of Primatology 53:139-154.

Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 2003. Matrix models for primate life history analysis. Ch. 4, pp. 66-102. In: Kappeler P. & Pereira M.E. (eds.). Primate Life History and Socioecology. University of Chicago Press: Chicago, IL.

Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 2006. The evolutionary past and the research future: environmental variation and life history flexibility in a primate lineage (uncorrected proof). In: Swedell L. & Leigh S. (eds.). Reproduction and Fitness in Baboons: Behavioral, Ecological and Life History Perspectives, Springer.

Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2012. "The Amboseli Baboon Research Project: Themes of continuity and change". Pp 261-288 In: Long-term field studies of primates. Edited by Kappeler, P. and Watt, D.P. Spring Verlag.

Alberts S.C., Altmann J. & Wilson M.L. 1996. Mate guarding constrains foraging activity of male baboons. Animal Behaviour 51:1269-1277.

Alberts S.C., Buchan J.C. & Altmann J. 2006. Sexual selection in wild baboons: from mating opportunities to paternity success. Animal Behaviour 72:1177-1196.

Alberts S.C., Hollister-Smith J., Mututua R.S., Sayialel S.N., Muruthi P.M., Warutere J.K. & Altmann J. 2005. Seasonality and long term change in a savannah environment. In: Brockman D.K. & van Schaik C.P. (eds). Primate Seasonality: Implications for Human Evolution. Cambridge University Press

Alberts S.C., Sapolsky R.M. & Altmann J. 1992. Behavioral, endocrine and immunological correlates of immigration by an aggressive male into a natural primate group. Hormones & Behavior 26:167-178. Alberts S.C., Watts H.E. & Altmann J. 2003. Queuing and Queue-Jumping: long term patterns of reproductive skew among male savannah baboons. Animal Behaviour 65:821-840.

Alberts, S.C., Fitzpatrick, C.L. 2012. Paternal care and the evolution of exaggerated sexual swellings in primates. Behavioral Ecology (available on Behavioral Ecology Advance Access).

Altmann J. 1974. Observational study of behavior: sampling methods. Behaviour 49: 227-267 [reprinted in Foundations of Animal Behavior, L.D. Houck & L.C. Drickamer, eds. U Chicago Press, 1996].

Altmann J. 1978. Infant independence in yellow baboons. Pp. 253-277. In: The Development of Behavior. Garland STPM Press, New York.

Altmann J. 1979. Age cohorts as paternal sibships. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 6:161-164.

Altmann J. 1979. Ecology of motherhood and infancy. Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago.

Altmann J. 1980. Baboon Mothers and Infants. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass.

Altmann J. 1983. Costs of reproduction in baboons. Pp 67-88. In: Aspey W.P. & Lustick S. I. (eds.). Behavioral Energetics: the cost of survival in vertebrates. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio.

Altmann J. 1984. Sociobiological perspectives on parenthood. Pp. 9-23. In: Cohen R., Cohler B. & Weissman S. (eds.). Parenthood: A Psychodynamic Perspective. Guilford, New York.

Altmann J. 1986. Adolescent pregnancies in non human primates: an ecological and developmental perspective. Pp. 247-262. In: Lancaster J. & Hamburg B. (eds.). School Age Pregnancy and Parenthood: Bisocial Dimensions. Aldine, Chicago.

Altmann J. 1986. Parent offspring interactions in anthropoid primates: an evolutionary perspective. Pp. 15-29. In: Niteki M. & Kitchell J. (eds.). The Evolultion of Behavior. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Altmann J. 1988. Foreword In Ecology and Behavior of Food Enhanced Primate Groups. Alan R Liss, New York.

Altmann J. 1988. Life span aspects of reproduction and parental care in anthropoid primates. Pp. 15-29. In: Lancaster J. (ed.). Parenthood Across the Lifespan. Aldine, Chicago.

Altmann J. 1989. Baboons in two worlds. Bison 4:10-17.

Altmann J. 1992. Leading Ladies. Natural History 2:48-49.

Altmann J. 1997. Mate choice and intrasexual reproductive competition: contributions to reproduction that go beyond acquiring more mates. Pp. 320-333. In: Gowaty P.A. (ed.). Feminism and Evolutionary Biology: boundaries, intersections, and frontiers. Chapman Hall, New York.

Altmann J. 2000. Predicting male distribution among primate groups. Pp. 236-247. In: Kappeler P. (ed.). Primate Males: Causes and consequences of variation in group composition. Cambridge University Press, New York.

Altmann J. 2009.  Motherhood, methods, and monkeys: an intertwined professional and personal life. Ch. 2, pp. 39-58. In: Drickamer L, and Dewsbury D (eds.). Leaders in Animal Behavior. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge MA.

Altmann, J. "Beauty & Attraction: in the 'eye' of the beholder'. Chapter to appear in Darwin College symposium volume, Beauty. Cambridge University Press.

Altmann J. & Alberts S. 1987. Body mass and growth rates in a wild primate population. Oecologia 72:15-20.

Altmann J. & Alberts S.C. 2003. Intraspecific variability in fertility and offspring survival in a nonhuman primate: behavioral control of ecological and social sources. Ch. 6, pp-140-169. In: Wachter K.W. & Bulatao R.A. (eds.). Offspring: The Biodemography of Fertility and Family Behavior. National Academy Press: Washington, DC.

Altmann J. & Alberts S.C. 2003. Variability in reproductive success viewed from a life-history perspective in baboons. American Journal of Human Biology 15:401-409.

Altmann J. & Alberts S.C. 2005. Growth rates in a wild primate population: ecological influences and maternal effects. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57: 490-501.

Altmann, J., Alberts, S.C., Altmann, S.A. & Roy, S.B. 2002. Dramatic change in local climate patterns in the Amboseli bason. African Journal of Ecology 40:248-251.

Altmann J., Alberts S.C., Haines S.A., Dubach J., Muruthi P., Coote T., Geffen E., Cheesman D.J., Mututua R.S., Saiyalel S.N., Wayne R.K., Lacy R.C. & Bruford M.W. 1996. Social structure predicts genetic structure in a wild primate group. Proceeding National Academy of Science 93:5797-5801.

Altmann J., Alberts S.C. & Sapolsky R.M. 1992. Endocrine and developmental correlates of unilateral cryptorchidism in a wild baboon. American Journal of Primatology 26:309-314.

Altmann J., Altmann S.A. & Hausfater G. 1978. Primate infant's effects on mother's future reproduction. Science 201:1028-1029.

Altmann J., Altmann S.A. & Hausfater G. 1981. Physical maturation and age estimates of yellow baboons, Papio cynocephalus, in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. American Journal of Primatology 1:389-399.

Altmann J., Altmann S.A., Hausfater G. & McCuskey S.A. 1977. Life history of yellow baboons: physical development, reproductive parameters and infant mortality. Primates 18:315-330.

Altmann J., Gesquiere L., Galbany J., Onyango P. & Alberts S.C. 2010. The life history context of reproductive aging in a wild primate model. Annals NY Acad Sci. 1204:127-38.

Altmann J., Hausfater G. & Altmann S.A. 1985. Demography of Amboseli baboons, 1963-1983. American Journal of Primatology 8:113-125.

Altmann J., Hausfater G. & Altmann S.A. 1988. Determinants of reproductive success in savannah baboons Papio cynocephalus. Pp. 403-418. In: Clutton-Brock T.H. (ed.). Reproductive Success. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Altmann J., Lynch J.W., Nguyen N., Alberts S.C. & Gesquiere L.R. 2004. Life-history correlates of steroide concentrations in wild peripartum baboon. American Journal of Primatology 64: 95-106.

Altmann J. & Muruthi P. 1988. Differences in daily life between semi-provisioned and wild-feeding baboons. American Journal of Primatology 15:213-222.

Altmann J. & Samuels A. 1989. Upscale baboons. Natural History 5:60-63.

Altmann J. & Samuels A. 1992. Costs of maternal care: infant-carrying in baboons. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 29:391-398.

Altmann J., Sapolsky R.M. & Licht P. 1995. Baboon fertility and social status. Nature 377:688-690.

Altmann J., Schoeller D., Altmann S.A., Muruthi P. & Sapolsky R.M. 1993. Body size and fatness of free living baboons reflect food availability and activity levels. American Journal of Primatology 30:149-161.

Altmann M. & Altmann J. 1991. Models of status correlated bias in offspring sex ratio. American Naturalist 137:542-555.

Altmann S.A. 1970. The pregnancy sign in savannah baboons. Laboratory Animal Digest 6:7-10.

Altmann S.A. 1974. Baboons, space, time and energy. American Zoology 14:221-248.

Altmann S.A. 1977. The acacia woodland of Amboseli National Park.† Current status and future prospects. Report to Director, Kenya National Parks.

Altmann S.A. 1979. Baboon progressions: order or chaos?  A study of one dimensional group geometry. Animal Behaviour 27:46-80.

Altmann S.A. 1985. The role of gums in the diet of baboons. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 66:139-140.

Altmann S.A. 1987. The impact of locomotor energetics on mammalian foraging. Journal of Zoology of London 211:215-225.

Altmann S.A. 1991. Diets of yearling primates (Papio cynocephalus) predict lifetime fitness. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 88:420-423.

Altmann S.A. 1998. Foraging for survival: yearling baboons in Africa. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Altmann S.A. 2006. Primate foraging adaptations: two research strategies. In: Hohmann G., Robbins M.M. & Boesch C. (eds.). Feeding Ecology in Apes and Other Primates, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Altmann S. 2009. Fallback foods, eclectic omnivores, and the packaging problem. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140:615-629.

Altmann S.A. & Altmann J. 1966. Vocal communication in a baboon society. 1st Congress of the International Primatological Society, Franfurt July 26-30, 1966.

Altmann S.A. & Altmann J. 1970. Baboon Ecology: African Field Research. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Altmann S.A. & Altmann J. 1978. Research on baboons in Amboseli, 1963-78. Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.

Altmann S.A. & Altmann J. 1979. Demographic constraints on behavior and social organization. Pp. 47-63. In: Bernstein I.S. & Smith E.O. (eds.). Primate Ecology and Human Origins. Garland STMP Press, New York.

Altmann S.A. & Altmann J. 2003. The transformation of behaviour field studies. Animal Behaviour 65:413-423.

Altmann S.A., Post D.G. & Klein D. 1987. Nutrients and toxins of plants in Amboseli, Kenya. African Journal of Ecology 25:279-293.

Anderson D.J. 1982. Baboon movement: exploring models of random movement. Ph.D. thesis, University of Washington.

Archie E.A., Altmann J., & Alberts, S.C. In Press. Social status predicts wound healing in wild baboons. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109: 9017-9022.

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Babbit C.C., Tung J., Wray G.A., Alberts, S.C. 2011. Changes in gene expression associated with reproductive maturation in wild female baboons. Genome Biology and Evolution. 4:102-109.

Banks W.A., Altmann J., Sapolsky R.M., Phillips-Conroy J.E. & Morley J.E. 2003. Serum leptin levels as a marker for a syndrome x-like condition in wild baboons. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 88:1234-1240.

Bayes M.K., Smith K.L., Alberts S.C., Cheesman D.J., Altmann J. & Bruford M.W. 2000. Testing the reliability of microsatellite typing from faecal DNA in the savannah baboon. Conservation Genetics 1:173-176.

Beehner J., Gesquiere L., Seyfarth R.M., Cheney D.L., Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 2009. Testosterone related to age and life-history stages in male baboons and geladas. Hormones and Behavior 56:472-480.

Beehner J.C., Nguyen N., Wango E.O., Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 2006. The endocrinology of pregnancy and fetal loss in wild baboons. Hormones and Behavior 49:688-699.

Beehner J.C., Onderdonk D.A., Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 2006. The ecology of conception and pregnancy faliure in wild baboons. Behavioral Ecology 17:741-750.

Bronikowski A.M., Alberts S.C., Altmann J., Packer C., Carey K.D. & Tatar M. 2002. The aging baboon: comparative demography in a nonhuman primate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sicence 99:9591-9595.

Bronikowski A. & Altmann J. 1996. Foraging in a variable environment: weather patterns and the behavioral ecology of baboons. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 39:11-25.

Bronikowski A. & Webb C. 1996. Appendix: A critical examination of rainfall variability measures used in behavioral ecology studies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 39:27-30.

Bronikowski A.M., Altman J., Brockman D.K., Cords M., Fedigan L.M., Pusey A.E., Stoinski T., Morris W.F., Strier K.B., Alberts S.C. 2011. Aging in the natural world: comparative data reveal similar mortality patterns across primates. Science 331: 1325-1328.

Bruford M.W. & Altmann J. 1993. DNA fingerprinting and the problem of paternity in an inbred captive population of guinea baboons, †Papio hamadryas papio. Primates 34:403-411.

Buchan J.C., Alberts S.C., Silk J.B. & Altmann J. 2003. True paternal care in a multi-male primate society. Nature 425:179-181.

Buchan J.C., Archie E.A., Van Horn R.C., Moss C.J. & Alberts S.C. 2005. Locus effects and sources of error in noninvasive genotyping. Molecular Biology Notes 5:680-683

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Charpentier M.J.E, Fontaine M.C., Cherel E., Renoult J.P., Jenkins T., Benoit L., Barthes N., Alberts S.C., Tung J. 2012. Genetic structure in a dynamic baboon hybrid zone corroborates behavioral observations in a hybrid population. Molecular Ecology, 21: 715-731.

Charpentier M.J.E., Tung J., Altmann J. & Alberts S.C. 2008. Age at maturity in wild baboons: genetic, environmental and demographic influences. Molecular Ecology 17:2026–2040.

Charpentier M.J.E., Van Horn R.C., Altmann J. & Alberts S.C. 2008. Paternal effects on offspring fitness in a multi-male primate society. Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences 105:1988–1992.

Cohen J.E. 1969. Natural primate troops and stochastic population models. American Naturalist 103:455-477.

Cohen J.E. 1971. Casual Groups of Monkeys and Men. Harvard University Press, Cambridge.

Cohen J.E. 1971. Social grouping and troop size in yellow baboons. Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress of Primatology 1970 March 2-5 3:58-64.

Cohen J.E. 1972. Aping monkeys with mathematics. In:†Tuttle R. (ed.). The Functional and Evolutionary Biology of Primates. Aldine-Atherton, Chicago.

Cohen J.E. 1972. Markov population processes as models of primate social and population dynamics. Theoretical Population Biology 3:119-134.

Combes S.L. & Altmann J. 2001. Status Change During Adulthood: life-history byproduct or kin-selection based on reproductive value? Proceedings Royal Society London B 268:1367-1373.

Coote T. & Bruford M.W. 1996. Human microsatellites applicable for analysis of genetic variation in apes and old world monkeys. Journal of Heredity 87:406-410.

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Galbany J., Altmann J., Pérez-Pérez A. & Alberts S.C. 2010. Age and individual foraging behavior predict tooth wear in Amboseli baboons. Amer J Phys Anthro. (Published online 18 Aug 2010. DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.21368)

Galbany J., Dotras L., Alberts S.C., Pérez-Pérez A. 2010. Tooth size variation related to age in Amboseli baboons. Folia Primatologica 81: 348-359.

Gesquiere L.R., Altmann J., Khan M.Z., Couret J., Yu J.C., Endres C.S., Lynch J.W., Ogola P., Fox E.A., Alberts S.C. & Wango E.O. 2005. Coming of age: steroid hormones of wild immature baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Am. J. Primatol. 67:83-100.

Gesquiere L.R., Khan M., Shek L., Wango T.L., Wango E.O., Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 2008. Coping with a challenging environment: effects of seasonal variability and reproductive status on glucocorticoid concentrations of female baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Hormones and Behavior 54:410–416.

Gesquiere, L.R., Learn, N.H., Simao, C.M., Onyango, P.O., Alberts S.C. & Altmann, J. 2011. Life at the top: rank and stress in wild male baboons. Science 333: 357-360.

Gesquiere L.R., Onyango P.O., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2010. Endocrinology of year-round reproduction in a highly
seasonal habitat: environmental variability in testosterone and glucocorticoids in baboon males.American Journal of Physical Anthropology 144: 169-176.

Gesquiere L.R., Wango E.O., Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 2007. Mechanisms of sexual selection: sexual swellings and estrogen concentrations as fertility indicators and cues for male consort decisions in wild baboons. Hormones and Behavior 51(1):114-125.


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Hahn N.E., Proulx D., Muruthi P.M. & Altmann J. 2003. Gastrointestinal parasites in garbage-and wild-foraging Kenyan baboons (Papio cynocephalus cynocephalus and Papio cynocephalus anubis). International Journal of Primatology 24:271-279.

Hausfater G. 1974. Dominance and reproduction in baboons (Papio cynocephalus): A quantitative analysis. Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago.

Hausfater G. 1975. Dominance and Reproduction in Baboons: A Quantitative Analysis. S. Karger, Basel.

Hausfater G. 1975. Estrous females: their effects on the social organization of the baboon group. Proc Symp 5th Congr Intl Primatol Soc Pp. 117-127.

Hausfater G. 1975. Knuckle walking by a baboon. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 43:303-305.

Hausfater G. 1976. Predatory behavior of yellow baboons. Behaviour 56:44-68.

Hausfater G. 1977. Tail carriage in baboons (Papio cynocephalus): relationship to dominance rank and age. Folia Primatologica 27:41-59.

Hausfater G., Altmann J. & Altmann S. 1982. Long-Term Consistency of Dominance Relations Among Female Baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Science 217:752-755.

Hausfater G., Altmann S. & Altmann J. 1979. Guidebook for the long-term monitoring of Amboseli baboons and their habitat.  Definitions, Procedures and Responsibilities. (privately printed).

Hausfater G. & Bearce H. 1976. Acacia tree exudates: their composition and use as a food source by baboons. East African Wildlife Journal 14:241-243.

Hausfater G., Cairns S.J. & Levin R.N. 1987. Variability and stability in the rank relations of nonhuman primate females: analysis of computer simulation. American Journal of Primatology 12:55-70.

Hausfater G. & Meade B.J. 1982. Alternation of sleeping groves by yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus) as a strategy for parasite avoidance. Primates 23:287-297.

Hausfater G., Saunders C.D. & Chapman M. 1981. Computer models of primate life histories. Pp. 345-360. In: Alexander R.D. & Tinkle D. (eds.). Natural Selection and Social Behavior: Recent Research and New Theory. Chiron Press, New York.

Hausfater G. & Skoblick B. 1985. Premenstrual behavior changes among female baboons: similarity to PMS symptoms. American Journal of Primatology 9:165-172.

Hausfater G. & Sutherland R. 1984. Little things that tick off baboons. Natural History 93:54-61.

Hausfater G. & Takacs D. 1987. Structure and function of hindquarter presentations in yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus ). Ethology 74:297-319.

Hausfater G. & Watson D.F. 1976. Social and reproductive correlates of parasite ova emissions by baboons. Nature 262:688-689.

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Keiding N. 1977. Statistical comments on Cohen's application of a simple stochastic population model to natural primate troops. American Naturalist 111:1211-1219.

Kemnitz J.W., Sapolsky R.M., Altmann J., Muruthi P.M., Mott G.E. & Stefanick M.L. 2002. Effects of food availability on serum insulin and lipid concentrations in free-ranging baboons. American Journal of Primatology 57:13-19.

King, B.J. 1989. Social information transfer and foraging in yellow baboon (Papio cynocephalus) infants. Ph.D. thesis, University of Oklahoma.

Khan M.Z., Altmann J., Isani S.S. & Yu J. 2002. A matter of time: evaluating the storage of fecal samples for steroid analysis. General and Comparative Endocrinology 128:57-64.

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Loisel, D.A. 2006. Evolutionary genetics of immune system genes in a wild primate population. Ph.D. thesis, Duke University.

Loisel D., Rockman M., Wray G., Altmann J. & Alberts S. 2006. Ancient polymorphism and functional variation in the primate MHC-DQA1 5' cis-regulatory region. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103(44):16331-16336.

Luft J. & Altmann J. 1982. Mother Baboon. Natural History 91:30-39.

Lynch J.W., Khan M.Z., Altmann J., Njahira M.N. & Rubenstein N. 2003. Concentrations of four fecal steroids in wild baboons: medium-term storage conditions and consequences for data interpretation. General & Comparative Endocrinology 132:264-271.

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Markham A.C. & Altman J. 2008. Remote monitoring of primates using automated GPS technology in open habitats. American Journal of Primatology 70:495-499..

Markham, A.C., L.R. Gesquiere, J-P Bellenger, S.C. Alberts, and J. Altmann. 2011. White monkey syndrome and presumptive copper deficiency in wild savannah baboons. American Journal of Primatology 73:1160-1168.

Markham, A.C., Alberts, S.C., Altmann, J. In Press. Intergroup conflict: ecological predictors of winning and consequences of defeat in a wild primate population. Animal Behaviour. 84:399-403.

McCuskey S.A. 1975. Demography and behavior of one male groups of yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus). M.Sc. thesis, University of Virginia.

Meade B.J. 1983. Host parasite dynamics among Amboseli baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Ph.D. thesis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute.

Morris W.F., Altmann, J., Brockman D.K., Fedigan L.M., Pusey A.E., Stoinski T.A., Bronikowski A.M., Alberts S.C., Strier K.B. 2010. Low demographic variability in wild primate populations: fitness impacts of variation, covariation, and serial correlation in vital rates. American Naturalist 177: E14-E28.

Moses L.E., Gale L.C. & Altmann J. 1992. Methods for analysis of unbalanced, longitudinal growth data. American Journal of Primatology 28:49-59.

Muruthi P. 1985. Activity time budgets and social behaviour of semi provisioned baboons, Papio cynocephalus in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. B.Sc. thesis, University of Nairobi.

Muruthi P. 1989. Food intake and energy expenditure in savannah baboons. M.Sc. thesis, University of Nairobi.

Muruthi P. 1997. Socioecological Correlates of Parental Care and Demography in Savannah Baboons. Ph.D. thesis, Princeton University.

Muruthi P., Altmann J. & Altmann S. 1991. Resource base, parity and reproductive condition affect females' feeding time and nutrient intake within and between groups of a baboon population. Oecologia 87:467-472.

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Nguyen N., Gesquiere L., Alberts S.C., Altmann J. 2012. Sex differences in the mother-neonate relationship in wild baboons: social, experiential, and hormonal correlates. Animal Behaviour 83: 891-903.

Nguyen N., Gesquiere L., Wango E.O., Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 2008. Late pregnancy glucocorticoid levels predict responsiveness in wild baboon mothers (Papio cynocephalus). Animal Behaviour 75:1747-1756.

Nguyen N., Van Horn R.C., Alberts S.C. & Altmann J. 2009. “Friendships” between new mothers and adult males: adaptive benefits and determinants in wild baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology 63:1331–1344.

NoŽ R. 1986. Lasting alliances among adult male savannah baboons. Pp. 381-392. In: Else J. & Lee P.C. (eds.). Ontogeny, Cognition and Social Behaviour of Primates. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

NoŽ R. 1989. Coalition formation among male baboons. Ph.D. thesis, University of Utrecht.

NoŽ R. 1990. A veto game played by baboons: a challenge to the use of the Prisoner's Dilemma as a paradigm for reciprocity and cooperation. Animal Behaviour 39:78-90.

NoŽ R. 1992. Alliance formation among male baboons: shopping for profitable partners. Pp. 285-321. In: Harcourt A.H. & de Waal F.B.M. (eds.). Coalitions and Alliances in Humans and Other Animals. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

NoŽ R. 1994. A model of coalition formation among male baboons with fighting ability as the crucial paramater. Animal Behaviour 47:211-213.

NoŽ R. & Sluijter A.A. 1990. Reproductive tactics of male savannah baboons. Behaviour 113:117-170.

NoŽ R. & Sluijter A.A. 1995. Which adult male savannah baboons form coalitions? International Journal of Primatology 16:77-105.

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Onyango, P.O. 2005. Hormonal correlate and effects of maternal life history traits on natal dispersal among male yellow baboons, Papio cynocephalus in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. M.Sc. thesis, University of Nairobi.

Onyango P.O., Gesquiere L.R., Wango E.O., Alberts, S.C. & Altmann, J. 2008. Persistence of maternal effects in baboons: mother's dominance rank at son's conception predicts stress hormone levels in sub-adult males. Hormones and Behavior 54:319-324.

Oremo, D.W.. Odede. 2003. Effects of land-cover dynamics on the foraging ecology of yellow baboons. M.Sc. thesis, Kenyatta University.

Onyango, P.O. 2011. Balance of investment between parental care and mating effort in male baboons. Ph.D. thesis, Princeton University.

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Pereira M.E. 1983. Abortion following the immigration of an adult male baboon (Papio cynocephalus). American Journal of Primatology 4:93-98.

Pereira M. 1984. Age changes and sex differences in the social behavior of juvenile yellow baboons. Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago.

Pereira M.E. 1986. Support during agonistic interactions given and received by free-ranging juvenile male and female baboons. American Journal of Primatology 10:421-422.

Pereira M.E. 1988. Agonistic interactions of juvenile Savannah baboons.† I. Fundamental Features. Ethology 79:195-217.

Pereira M.E. 1988. Effects of age and sex on intra-group spacing behaviour in juvenile savannah baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Animal Behaviour 36:184-204.

Pereira M.E. 1989. Agonistic interactions of juvenile savannah baboons. II. Agonistic support and rank acquisition. Ethology 80:152-171.

Pereira M.E. & Altmann J. 1985. Development of social behavior in free living nonhuman primates. Pp. 217-309. In: Watts E.S. (ed.). Nonhuman Primate Models for Growth and Development. Alan R Liss, New York.

Phillips-Conroy J.E., Hildebolt C.F., Altmann J., Jolly C.J. & Muruthi P. 1993. Periodontal health in free ranging baboons of Ethiopia and Kenya. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 90:359-371.

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