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Grooming for tolerance? Two mechanisms of exchange in wild tufted capuchin monkeys
B Tiddi, F Aureli, E Polizzi di Sorrentino, CH Janson, G Schino
Behavioral Ecology 22 (3), 663-669, 2011
1212011
Grooming and coalitions in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata): partner choice and the time frame reciprocation.
G Schino, E Polizzi di Sorrentino, B Tiddi
Journal of Comparative Psychology 121 (2), 181, 2007
1212007
Social networks in primates: smart and tolerant species have more efficient networks
C Pasquaretta, M Levé, N Claidiere, E Van De Waal, A Whiten, ...
Scientific reports 4 (1), 1-8, 2014
992014
Consumers and their behavior: state of the art in behavioral science supporting use phase modeling in LCA and ecodesign
E Polizzi di Sorrentino, E Woelbert, S Sala
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 21 (2), 237-251, 2016
712016
Simultaneous classification by rank and kinship in Japanese macaques
G Schino, B Tiddi, E Polizzi Di Sorrentino
Animal Behaviour 71 (5), 1069-1074, 2006
662006
Between-group hostility affects within-group interactions in tufted capuchin monkeys
EP di Sorrentino, G Schino, L Massaro, E Visalberghi, F Aureli
Animal Behaviour 83 (2), 445-451, 2012
272012
What time is it? Coping with expected feeding time in capuchin monkeys
EP di Sorrentino, G Schino, E Visalberghi, F Aureli
Animal Behaviour 80 (1), 117-123, 2010
212010
Scratching as a window into the emotional responses of wild tufted capuchin monkeys
E Polizzi di Sorrentino, G Schino, B Tiddi, F Aureli
Ethology 118 (11), 1072-1084, 2012
202012
Exploration and learning in capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.): the role of action–outcome contingencies
EP Di Sorrentino, G Sabbatini, V Truppa, A Bordonali, F Taffoni, ...
Animal cognition 17 (5), 1081-1088, 2014
152014
Oxytocin improves the ability of dogs to follow informative pointing: a neuroemotional hypothesis
L Macchitella, T Stegagno, R Giaconella, EP di Sorrentino, G Schino, ...
Rendiconti Lincei 28 (1), 105-115, 2017
142017
Agonistic support in juvenile Japanese macaques: cognitive and functional implications
G Schino, B Tiddi, EP Sorrentino
Ethology 113 (12), 1151-1157, 2007
132007
A mechatronic platform for behavioral analysis on nonhuman primates
F Taffoni, M Vespignani, D Formica, G Cavallo, EP Di Sorrentino, ...
Journal of Integrative Neuroscience 11 (01), 87-101, 2012
112012
Acquisition and functional consequences of social knowledge in macaques
B Tiddi, EP di Sorrentino, J Fischer, G Schino
Royal Society open science 4 (2), 160639, 2017
102017
The “mechatronic board”: A tool to study intrinsic motivations in humans, monkeys, and humanoid robots
F Taffoni, D Formica, G Schiavone, M Scorcia, A Tomassetti, ...
Intrinsically motivated learning in natural and artificial systems, 411-432, 2013
82013
Network interventions for changing physical activity behaviour in preadolescents
A Proestakis, EP di Sorrentino, HE Brown, E Van Sluijs, A Mani, ...
Nature human behaviour 2 (10), 778-787, 2018
72018
Dishonesty is more affected by BMI status than by short-term changes in glucose
EP Di Sorrentino, B Herrmann, MC Villeval
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-9, 2020
12020
Comparing Affiliative Relationships of Cebus and Sapajus Species: A Social Networking Approach
E Polizzi, M Bergstrom, M Crofoot, L Fedigan, P Izar, S Perry, O Petite, ...
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 84 (3-5), 313-313, 2013
12013
Dishonesty is more affected by BMI status than by short-term changes in glucose (Retraction of Vol 10, Pg 12170, 2020)
EP di Sorrentino, B Herrmann, MC Villeval
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 11 (1), 2021
2021
Retraction Note: Dishonesty is more affected by BMI status than by short-term changes in glucose
EP di Sorrentino, B Herrmann, MC Villeval
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-1, 2021
2021
Primates’ Propensity to Explore Objects: How Manual Actions Affect Learning in Children and Capuchin Monkeys
F Taffoni, EP di Sorrentino, G Sabbatini, D Formica, V Truppa
The Hand, 55-73, 2017
2017
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