Kate Arnold
Kate Arnold
Research Fellow, School of Psychology & Neuroscience, University of St Andrews
Verified email at st-andrews.ac.uk - Homepage
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Semantic combinations in primate calls
K Arnold, K Zuberbühler
Nature 441 (7091), 303-303, 2006
4592006
Meaningful call combinations in a non-human primate
K Arnold, K Zuberbühler
Current Biology 18 (5), R202-R203, 2008
2342008
The alarm-calling system of adult male putty-nosed monkeys, Cercopithecus nictitans martini
K Arnold, K Zuberbühler
Animal behaviour 72 (3), 643-653, 2006
1532006
Post-conflict behaviour of wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) in the Budongo Forest, Uganda
K Arnold, A Whiten
Behaviour 138 (5), 649-690, 2001
1452001
Redirection, consolation, and male policing
DP Watts, F Colmenares, K Arnold
Natural conflict resolution, 281-301, 2000
1202000
Postconflict reconciliation
K Arnold, F Aureli
Primates in perspective 2, 2007
1172007
Monkey semantics: two ‘dialects’ of Campbell’s monkey alarm calls
P Schlenker, E Chemla, K Arnold, A Lemasson, K Ouattara, S Keenan, ...
Linguistics and Philosophy 37 (6), 439-501, 2014
1112014
Call combinations in monkeys: compositional or idiomatic expressions?
K Arnold, K Zuberbühler
Brain and language 120 (3), 303-309, 2012
882012
A forest monkey’s alarm call series to predator models
K Arnold, Y Pohlner, K Zuberbühler
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62 (4), 549-559, 2008
842008
Grooming interactions among the chimpanzees of the Budongo Forest, Uganda: tests of five explanatory models
A Whiten, K Arnold
Behaviour 140 (4), 519-552, 2003
732003
A study of environmental awareness and attitudes in Ibadan, Nigeria
CA Ogunbode, K Arnold
Human and ecological risk assessment: An International Journal 18 (3), 669-684, 2012
612012
Female putty-nosed monkeys use experimentally altered contextual information to disambiguate the cause of male alarm calls
K Arnold, K Zuberbühler
PLoS One 8 (6), e65660, 2013
552013
Postconflict behavior of spectacled leaf monkeys (Trachypithecus obscurus). I. Reconciliation
K Arnold, RA Barton
International Journal of Primatology 22 (2), 243-266, 2001
532001
Formal monkey linguistics
P Schlenker, E Chemla, AM Schel, J Fuller, JP Gautier, J Kuhn, ...
Theoretical Linguistics 42 (1-2), 1-90, 2016
492016
Pyow but not hack calls of the male putty-nosed monkey (Cercopithcus nictitans) convey information about caller identity
T Price, K Arnold, K Zuberbühler, S Semple
Behaviour, 871-888, 2009
342009
Pyow-hack revisited: Two analyses of putty-nosed monkey alarm calls
P Schlenker, E Chemla, K Arnold, K Zuberbühler
Lingua 171, 1-23, 2016
312016
Postconflict behavior of spectacled leaf monkeys (Trachypithecus obscurus). II. Contact with third parties
K Arnold, RA Barton
International Journal of Primatology 22 (2), 267-286, 2001
282001
Formal monkey linguistics: The debate
P Schlenker, E Chemla, AM Schel, J Fuller, JP Gautier, J Kuhn, ...
Theoretical Linguistics 42 (1-2), 173-201, 2016
182016
Living links to human language
K Zuberbiihler, K Arnold, KE Slocombe
Primate communication and human language: Vocalisation, gestures, imitation …, 2011
122011
Not words but meanings? Alarm calling behaviour in a forest guenon
K Arnold, Y Pohlner, K Zuberbühler
Primates of Gashaka, 437-468, 2011
122011
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