Sandra Molesti
Sandra Molesti
Laboratoire Cognition, Langues, Langage, Ergonomie (CLLE), UMR 5263, Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès
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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), 2018
Cooperation in wild Barbary macaques: factors affecting free partner choice
S Molesti, B Majolo
Animal Cognition 19, 133-146, 2016
Right-handedness predominance in 162 baboons (Papio anubis) for gestural communication: Consistency across time and groups.
A Meguerditchian, S Molesti, J Vauclair
Behavioral neuroscience 125 (4), 653, 2011
Sex difference in squirrel monkeys’ handedness for unimanual and bimanual coordinated tasks
A Meguerditchian, J Donnot, S Molesti, R Francioly, J Vauclair
Animal Behaviour 83 (3), 635-643, 2012
Gestural communication in olive baboons (Papio anubis): repertoire and intentionality
S Molesti, A Meguerditchian, M Bourjade
Animal cognition 23 (1), 19-40, 2020
Handedness in monkeys reflects hemispheric specialization within the central sulcus. An in vivo MRI study in right-and left-handed olive baboons
K Margiotoudi, D Marie, N Claidière, O Coulon, M Roth, B Nazarian, ...
Cortex 118, 203-211, 2019
Grooming increases self-directed behaviour in wild Barbary macaques, Macaca sylvanus
S Molesti, B Majolo
Animal Behaviour 86 (1), 169-175, 2013
Hand preferences for unimanual and bimanual coordinated actions in olive baboons (Papio anubis): Consistency over time and across populations.
S Molesti, J Vauclair, A Meguerditchian
Journal of Comparative Psychology 130 (4), 341, 2016
Is conceptual diversity an advantage for scientific inquiry? A case study on the concept of ‘gesture’in comparative psychology
M Bourjade, H Cochet, S Molesti, M Guidetti
Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science 54, 805-832, 2020
Evidence of direct reciprocity, but not of indirect and generalized reciprocity, in the grooming exchanges of wild Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus)
S Molesti, B Majolo
American journal of primatology 79 (9), e22679, 2017
No Short‐Term Contingency Between Grooming and Food Tolerance in Barbary Macaques (Macaca sylvanus)
S Molesti, B Majolo
Ethology 121 (4), 372-382, 2015
Gestural Communication in Olive Baboons (Papio anubis): Repertoire and Properties.
S Molesti, M Bourjade, A Meguerditchian
7th European Federation for Primatology meeting, 2017
Gesture production in monkeys, apes and prelinguistic children: The interplay between development and evolution.
M Bourjade, H Cochet, S Molesti
7th Conference of the International Society of Gesture Study, 2016
Grooming interactions and cooperation in wild Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus)
S Molesti
University of Lincoln, 2014
Testing the role of direct, indirect and generalised reciprocity in grooming exchanges of wild Barbary macaques
S Molesti, B Majolo
Divide and rule: costs and benefits of grooming disruption in wild Barbary macaques
S Molesti, B Majolo
Testing the anxiety reduction function of grooming interactions in wild Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus)
S Molesti, B Majolo
Aquatic, Behavioural and Evolutionary Biology research group ABEB, 2012
Introducing a cooperative task to a wild group of Barbary macaques
S Molesti, B Majolo
Zoological Society of London, 2012
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