Christopher Young
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Responses to social and environmental stress are attenuated by strong male bonds in wild macaques
C Young, B Majolo, M Heistermann, O Schülke, J Ostner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (51), 18195-18200, 2014
The Effect of Climatic Factors on the Activity Budgets of Barbary Macaques (Macaca sylvanus)
B Majolo, R McFarland, C Young, M Qarro
International Journal of Primatology 34, 500-514, 2013
Male social bonds and rank predict supporter selection in cooperative aggression in wild Barbary macaques
C Young, B Majolo, O Schülke, J Ostner
Animal Behaviour 95, 23-32, 2014
Formidable females and the power trajectories of socially integrated male vervet monkeys
C Young, R McFarland, L Barrett, SP Henzi
Animal Behaviour 125, 61-67, 2017
Male coalitions and female behaviour affect male mating success independent of dominance rank and female receptive synchrony in wild Barbary macaques
C Young, S Hähndel, B Majolo, O Schülke, J Ostner
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67, 1665-1677, 2013
Male mating behaviour in relation to female sexual swellings, socio-sexual behaviour and hormonal changes in wild Barbary macaques
C Young, B Majolo, M Heistermann, O Schülke, J Ostner
Hormones and behavior 63 (1), 32-39, 2013
How males form coalitions against group rivals and the Pandit/van Schaik coalition model
C Young, O Schülke, J Ostner
Behaviour 151 (7), 907-934, 2014
Climate induced stress and mortality in vervet monkeys
C Young, TR Bonnell, LR Brown, MJ Dostie, A Ganswindt, S Kienzle, ...
Royal Society open science 6 (11), 191078, 2019
Network integration and limits to social inheritance in vervet monkeys
JD Jarrett, TR Bonnell, C Young, L Barrett, SP Henzi
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1876), 20172668, 2018
Consequences of sex‐specific sociability for thermoregulation in male vervet monkeys during winter
SP Henzi, R Hetem, A Fuller, S Maloney, C Young, D Mitchell, L Barrett, ...
Journal of zoology 302 (3), 193-200, 2017
Faecal glucocorticoid metabolite monitoring as a measure of physiological stress in captive and wild vervet monkeys
C Young, A Ganswindt, R McFarland, C De Villiers, J Van Heerden, ...
General and comparative endocrinology 253, 53-59, 2017
Modeling variation in the growth of wild and captive juvenile vervet monkeys in relation to diet and resource availability
JD Jarrett, T Bonnell, MJ Jorgensen, CA Schmitt, C Young, M Dostie, ...
American journal of physical anthropology 171 (1), 89-99, 2020
Dominance style is a key predictor of vocal use and evolution across nonhuman primates
E Kavanagh, SE Street, FO Angwela, TJ Bergman, MB Blaszczyk, LM Bolt, ...
Royal Society open science 8 (7), 210873, 2021
Male residency and dispersal triggers in a seasonal breeder with influential females
C Young, R McFarland, A Ganswindt, MMI Young, L Barrett, SP Henzi
Animal Behaviour 154, 29-37, 2019
Assessment of Male Reproductive Skew via Highly Polymorphic STR Markers in Wild Vervet Monkeys, Chlorocebus pygerythrus
MMI Minkner, C Young, F Amici, R McFarland, L Barrett, JP Grobler, ...
Journal of Heredity 109 (7), 780-790, 2018
Agonistic behaviour
C Young
In: Shackelford T., Weekes-Shackelford V. (eds) Encyclopedia of Evolutionary …, 2019
Formidable females redux: male social integration into female networks and the value of dynamic multilayer networks
TR Bonnell, C Vilette, C Young, SP Henzi, L Barrett
Current Zoology 67 (1), 49-57, 2021
Coalition Formation by Male Vervet Monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) in South Africa
NJ Freeman, C Young, L Barrett, SP Henzi
Ethology 122 (1), 45-52, 2016
Infrared thermography cannot be used to approximate core body temperature in wild primates
R McFarland, L Barrett, A Fuller, RS Hetem, WP Porter, C Young, ...
American Journal of Primatology 82 (12), e23204, 2020
Fevers and the social costs of acute infection in wild vervet monkeys
R McFarland, SP Henzi, L Barrett, T Bonnell, A Fuller, C Young, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (44), e2107881118, 2021
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