Jacques Vauclair
Jacques Vauclair
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Manual laterality in nonhuman primates: a distinction between handedness and manual specialization.
J Fagot, J Vauclair
Psychological bulletin 109 (1), 76, 1991
Rhesus monkeys use geometric and nongeometric information during a reorientation task.
S Gouteux, C Thinus-Blanc, J Vauclair
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 130 (3), 505, 2001
The communicative context of object manipulation in ape and human adult-infant pairs
KA Bard, J Vauclair
Journal of Human Evolution 13 (2), 181-190, 1984
Picture recognition in animals and humans
D Bovet, J Vauclair
Behavioural brain research 109 (2), 143-165, 2000
Pointing gestures produced by toddlers from 15 to 30 months: Different functions, hand shapes and laterality patterns
H Cochet, J Vauclair
Infant behavior and development 33 (4), 431-441, 2010
Hand preferences for unimanual and coordinated bimanual tasks in baboons (Papio anubis)
J Vauclair, A Meguerditchian, WD Hopkins
Cognitive Brain Research 25 (1), 210-216, 2005
Handedness and bimanual coordination in the lowland gorilla
J Fagot, J Vauclair
Brain, Behavior and Evolution 32 (2), 89-95, 1988
Animal cognition: An introduction to modern comparative psychology
J Vauclair
Harvard University Press, 1996
L'intelligence de l'animal
J Vauclair
Média Diffusion, 2016
On the origins of human handedness and language: A comparative review of hand preferences for bimanual coordinated actions and gestural communication in nonhuman primates
A Meguerditchian, J Vauclair, WD Hopkins
Developmental Psychobiology 55 (6), 637-650, 2013
Baboons communicate with their right hand
A Meguerditchian, J Vauclair
Behavioural Brain Research 171 (1), 170-174, 2006
Laterality in cats: paw preference and performance in a visuomotor activity
M Fabre-Thorpe, J Fagot, E Lorincz, F Levesque, J Vauclair
Cortex 29 (1), 15-24, 1993
Infant holding biases and their relations to hemispheric specializations for perceiving facial emotions
J Vauclair, J Donnot
Neuropsychologia 43 (4), 564-571, 2005
Captive chimpanzees use their right hand to communicate with each other: implications for the origin of the cerebral substrate for language
A Meguerditchian, J Vauclair, WD Hopkins
cortex 46 (1), 40-48, 2010
Development of manipulations with objects in ape and human infants
J Vauclair, KA Bard
Journal of Human Evolution 12 (7), 631-645, 1983
Rotation of mental images in baboons when the visual input is directed to the left cerebral hemisphere
J Vauclair, J Fagot, WD Hopkins
Psychological Science 4 (2), 99-103, 1993
Handedness and manual specialization in the baboon
J Fagot, J Vauclair
Neuropsychologia 26 (6), 795-804, 1988
Relationship between manual preferences for object manipulation and pointing gestures in infants and toddlers
J Vauclair, J Imbault
Developmental science 12 (6), 1060-1069, 2009
Judgment of conceptual identity in monkeys
D Bovet, J Vauclair
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 8, 470-475, 2001
Right ear advantage for conspecific calls in adults and subadults, but not infants, California sea lions (Zalophus californianus): hemispheric specialization for …
M Böye, O Güntürkün, J Vauclair
European Journal of Neuroscience 21 (6), 1727-1732, 2005
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