Publications of the RTG 2070

in press

  • Faraut L, Fischer J (in press). How life in a tolerant society affects the attention to social in-formation in baboons. Animal Behaviour
  • Gerlach TM, Jünger J (in press). Ideal partner preferences. In J. J. Ponzetti (Ed.), Encyclo-pedia of intimate relationships and families. Detroit: Macmillan.
  • Herrmann A, Proske S, Volk E (in press). Question-Answer Pairs in Sign Languages. In E. Onea, M. Zimmermann & K. von Heusinger (Eds.), Questions in Discourse. Leiden: Brill.

  • 2019

    • Keupp S, Titchener R, Bugnyar T, Mussweiler T, Fischer J (2019). Competition is crucial for social comparison processes in long-tailed macaques. Biology Letters 15(3), 20180784
    • von Borell C, Kordsmeyer T L, Gerlach T M, Penke L (2019). An integrative study of facul-tative personality calibration. Evolution and Human Behavior 40, 235-248.
    • von Borell C, Weiss A, Penke L (2019). Developing individual differences in primate be-havior: The role of genes, environment and their interplay. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73, 20

    • 2018

      • Brentari D, Falk J, Giannakidou A, Herrmann A, Volk E & Steinbach M (2018). Production and Comprehension of Prosodic Markers in Sign Language Imperatives. Frontiers in Psychology. 9:770. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00770
      • Dal Pesco F, Fischer J (2018). Greetings in male guinea baboons and the function of rituals in complex social groups. Journal of Human Evolution 125, 87-98
      • Gutleb D, Ostner J, Schülke O, Wajjwalku W, Sukmak M, Roos C , Noll A (2018). Non-invasive genotyping with a massively parallel sequencing panel for the detection of SNPs in HPA-axis genes. Scientific Reports 8:1-10-
      • Hammerschmidt W, Kagan I, Kulke L & Schacht A (2018). Implicit reward associations impact face processing: Time-resolved evidence from event-related brain potentials and pupil dilations. NeuroImage. 176:557-569
      • Hammerschmidt W, Kulke L, Broering C, Schacht A (2018). Money or smiles: Independent ERP effects of associated monetary reward and happy faces. PLOS ONE. 13(10): e0206142
      • Joganic J, Dal Pesco F (2018). Frontiers in Baboon Research: an integrative symposium. Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 27(2), 71-73.
      • Jünger J, Motta-Mena NV, Cardenas R, Bailey D, Rosenfield KA, Schild C, Penke L* & Puts DA.* (2018). Do women's preferences for masculine voices shift across the ovulatory cycle? Hormones and Behavior. *Lars Penke and David A. Puts share the last authorship.
      • Jünger J, Kordsmeyer T L, Gerlach TM & Penke L (2018). Fertile women evaluate male bodies as more attractive, regardless of masculinity. Evolution and Human Behavior. 39:412-423
      • Kordsmeyer TL, Freund D, Rodrigues Pita S, Jünger J, Penke L (2018). Further evidence that facial width-to-height ratio and global facial masculinity are not positively associ-ated with testosterone levels. Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology. doi: 10.1007/s40750-018-0105-4
      • Lausen, A & Schacht, A (2018). Gender differences in the recognition of vocal emotions. Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00882
      • Oktay-Gür N, Schulz A & Rakoczy H (2018). Children exhibit different performance patterns in explicit and implicit theory of mind tasks. Cognition. 173:60-74
      • Placì S, Eckert J, Rakoczy H & Fischer J (2018). Long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) can use simple heuristics but fail at drawing statistical inferences from populations to samples. Royal Society Open Science 5: 181025 DOI: 10.1098/rsos.180888
      • Shilo R*, Weinsdörfer A*, Rakoczy H, Diesendruck G (2018). The Out-Group Homogeneity Effect Across Development: A Cross-Cultural Investigation. Child Development * shared first authorship
      • Wienholz A, Nuhbalaoglu D, Mani N, Herrmann A, Onea E & Steinbach M (2018). Pointing to the right side? An ERP study on anaphora resolution in German Sign Language. PLoS ONE, 13: e0204223.


      • Arslan RC, von Borell C, Ostner J, Penke L (2017). Negative results are needed to show the specific value of a cultural explanation for g. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40, e198
      • Fischer J, Kopp GH, Dal Pesco F, Goffe AS, Hammerschmidt K, Kalbitzer U, Klapproth M, Maciej P, Ndao I, Patzelt A, Zinner D (2017). Charting the neglected West: the social system of Guinea baboons. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 162, 15-31.
      • Gutleb D, Roos C, Noll A, Ostner J & Schülke O (2017). COMT Val158Met moderates the link between rank and aggression in a non-human primate. Genes, Brain and Behavior. doi:10.1111/gbb.12443
      • Hammerschmidt W, Sennhenn-Reulen H & Schacht A (2017). Associated motivational salience impacts early sensory processing of human faces. NeuroImage. 156:466-474.
      • Oktay-Gür N & Rakoczy H (2017). Children’s difficulty with true belief tasks: Competence deficit or performance problem?. Cognition, 162, 28-41.
      • Schmid B, Karg K, Perner J & Tomasello M (2017). Great apes are sensitive to prior reliability of an informant in a gaze following task. PLOS ONE. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0187451


      • Demel R, Waldmann MR, Schacht A (2019). The Role of Emotions in Moral Judgments: Time-resolved evidence from event-related brain potentials. Bio-Rxiv preprint, 541342.
      • Ebenau A, von Borell C, Penke L, Ostner J, Schülke O (2019). Personality homophily af-fects male social bonding in wild Assamese macaques (Macaca assamensis). Bio-Rxiv preprint
      • Eiteljoerge S, Adam M, Elsner B, Mani N (2018). Semantic consistency of actions influences young children’s word learning. PsyArXiv preprint.
      • Eiteljoerge S, Adam M, Elsner B, Mani N (2019). Word-object and action-object association learning across early development. Open Science Framework preprint.
      • Gangl K*, Prüfer J*, Schulz-Hardt S (2019). Followers‘ preference for consideration and initi-ating structure leadership styles: Evidence from the laboratory. PsyArXiv preprint. (* shared first authorship)
      • Jünger J, Gerlach, TM, Penke L (2018). Probing ovulatory cycle shifts in women’s prefer-ences for men’s behaviors. PsyArXiv preprint.
      • Malem B, Schreiner MS, Begus K, Radtke V, Behne T, Mani N (2019). Prepare to learn. The effects of IDS on infants’ word learning. Open Science Framework preprint,
      • Placì S, Padberg M, Rakoczy H, Fischer J (2019). Long-tailed macaques extract statistical information from repeated types of events to make rational decisions under uncertain-ty. BioRxiv preprint,
      • Radtke V, Schreiner MS, Behne T, Mani N (2019). Talk to me: Infant response to infant-directed speech is not just about the input quality. Open Science Framework preprint,
      • Rincon AV, Ostner J, Heistermann M, Deschner T (2018). Measuring urinary cortisol and testosterone levels in male Barbary macaques: a comparison of EIA and LC-MS. Bi-oRxiv preprint,
      • Kulke L, Janßen L, Demel R, Schacht A (2017). Validating the Goettingen Faces Database.

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