Publications by the use of Yakushima Field Station in 2002

Last update: January 2009

Jounal articles

  1. Koda H. Masataka N. (2002) A pattern of common acoustic modification by human mothers to gain attention of a child and by macaques of others in their group. Psychological Reports, 91, 421-422.
  2. Okamoto K. Matsumura S. (2002) Intergroup encounters in wild moor macaques (Macaca maurus): A comparison with Japanese macaques (M. fuscata). Primates, 43, 119-125.
  3. Sugiura H. Agetsuma N. Suzuki S. (2002) Troop extinction and female fusion in wild Japanese macaques in Yakushima. International Journal Of Primatology, 23, 69-84.
  4. Tanaka K. (2002) Foraging behavior of the Rhabdophis tigrinus (Serpentes: Colubridae) in a Gutter with a Dense Aggregation of Tadpoles. Current Herpetology, 21, 1-8.
  5. Tanaka K. Ota H. (2002) Natural history of two colubrid snakes, Elaphe quadrivirgata and Rhabdophis tigrinus, on Yakushima Island, southwestern Japan. Amphibia-Reptilia, 23, 323-331.

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Magazine articles and lectures

  1. Anonymous (2002) Soothing the way- Mother macaque uses acorn as a dummy for her baby. BBC Wildlife, pp. 22.
  2. Anonymous (2002) Pacify Me. National Geographic WORLD, pp. 6.

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Conference papers and proceedings

  1. Koda H. (2002) How Japanese macaques modify acoustic features of their vocalization according to the response by the other individuals. The 2nd International Symposium on Comparative Cognitive Science "Social transmission of knowledge", Inuyama, Japan.
  2. Sugiura H. Agetsuma N. Suzuki S. (2002) Troop extinction and female fusion in wild Japanese macaques in Yakushima. COE International Symposium "Research on Long-lived Animals: The past, present and future of longitudinal field studies", Inuyama, Japan.
  3. Suzuki S. Noma N. Hanya G. Sugiura H. (2002) Long-term studies on the wild Japanese macaques in Yakushima, Japan. COE International Symposium "Research on Long-lived Animals: The past, present and future of longitudinal field studies", Inuyama, Japan.
  4. Thomsen R. (2002) A Non-Invasive Method of Ejaculate Monitoring in Wild Living Primates. First European Conference on Behavioural Biology: Conflict & Resolution, Minster.
  5. Thomsen R. (2002) One Proximate Function of Masturbation in Primates. 4th International Symposium on Physiology and Behaviour of Wild and Zoo Animals, Berlin.

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