Information transfer efficiency differs in wild chimpanzees and bonobos, but not social cognition Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp
Several theories have been generated to understand the socio-cognitive mechanisms underlying the unique cooperative abilities of humans. The 'interdependence hypothesis' posits first, that the cognitive dimension of human cooperation evolved in contexts when several individuals needed to act together to achieve a common goal, like when hunting large prey. Second, the more interdependent individuals are, the more likely they are to provide ...
Bonobos React to Unequal Payoffs in a Token Exchange Paradigm Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp
Comparison of the Pan Social Brain: a Candidate Gene Approach Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp
Drawn out of the shadows: Surveying secretive forest species with camera trap distance sampling Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp
We deployed 160 camera traps (CTs) systematically over 743 locations covering 17,127 km2 of evergreen lowland rainforest of Salonga National Park, block South, Democratic Republic of the Congo. We evaluated the ...