Publications

Publications

  • R. A. Hill & T. Weingrill (2007). Predation risk and habitat use in chacma baboons (Papio hamadryas ursinus). In: Gursky, S. & Nekaris K.A.I. (eds.) Primate Anti-Predator Strategies. Kluwer Academic Publishers (Developments in Primatology Series).
  • T. Weingrill, C. Stanisière & R. Noë (2005). Training vervets to avoid electric wires: Is there evidence for social learning? Zoo Biology 24: 145-151.
  • T. Weingrill, D.A. Gray, L. Barrett & S.P. Henzi (2004). Fecal cortisol levels in free-ranging female chacmas baboons: relationship to dominance, reproductive state and environmental factors. Hormones and Behavior 45: 259-269.
  • R.A. Hill, T. Weingrill, L. Barrett, & S.P. Henzi (2004). Indices of environmental temperature for primates in open habitats. Primates 45: 7-13
  • R.A. Hill, L. Barrett, D. Gaynor, T. Weingrill, P. Dixon, H. Payne & S.P. Henzi (2004). Day length variation and seasonal analysis of behaviour. South African Journal of Wildlife Research34: 39-44.
  • T. Weingrill, J.E. Lycett, R.A. Hill, L. Barrett & S.P. Henzi (2003). Male consortship behaviour in chacma baboons: the role of demographic factors and female conceptive probabilities. Behaviour 140: 405-427.
  • S.P. Henzi, L. Barrett, D. Gaynor, J. Greeff, T. Weingrill & R.A. Hill (2003). The effect of resource competition on the long-term allocation of grooming by female baboons: evaluating Seyfarth’s model. Animal Behaviour 66: 931-938.
  • R.A. Hill, L. Barrett, D. Gaynor, T. Weingrill, P. Dixon, H. Payne & S.P. Henzi (2003). Day length, latitude and behavioural (in) flexibility in baboons (Papio cynocephalus ursinus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 53: 278-286.
  • T. Weingrill. Infanticide and the value of male-female relationships in mountain chacma baboons (2000). Behaviour 137: 337-359.
  • T. Weingrill, J.E. Lycett. & S.P. Henzi (2000). Consortship and mating success in chacma baboons. Ethology 106: 1033-1044.
  • L. Barrett, S.P. Henzi, T. Weingrill, J.E. Lycett & R. A. Hill (2000). Female Baboons do not raise the stakes but they give as good as they get. Animal Behaviour 59: 763-770
  • S.P. Henzi, L. Barrett, A. Weingrill, P. Dixon & R.A. Hill (2000). Ruths amid and the alien corn: males and the translocation of female chacma baboons. South African Journal of Science 96: 61-62.
  • S.P. Henzi, J.E. Lycett, A. Weingrill & S.E. Piper (2000). Social bonds and the coherence of mountain baboon troops. Behaviour 137: 663-680.
  • L. Barrett, S.P. Henzi, T. Weingrill, J.E. Lycett & R.A. Hill (1999). Market forces predict grooming reciprocity in female baboons. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Biological Sciences Series B 266: 665-670.
  • S.P. Henzi, T. Weingrill & L. Barrett (1999). Male behaviour and the evolutionary ecology of chacma baboons. South African Journal of Science 95: 240-242.
  • J.E. Lycett, S.P. Henzi & T.Weingrill (1999). Birth patterns in the Drakensberg Mountain baboons (Papio cynocephalus ursinus). South African Journal of Science 95: 354-356.
  • S.P. Henzi, J.E. Lycett & T. Weingrill (1998). Mate guarding and risk assessment by male mountain baboons during inter-troop encounters. Animal Behaviour 55: 1421-1428.
  • S.P. Henzi, J.E. Lycett, T. Weingrill, R. Byrne & A. Whiten. The effect of troop size on travel and foraging in mountain baboons. South African Journal of Science (1997) 93: 333-335.
  • S.P. Henzi, J.E. Lycett & T. Weingrill (1997). Cohort size and the allocation of social effort by female mountain baboons. Animal Behaviour 45: 1235-1243.

Book Chapters

  • R. A. Hill & T. Weingrill (2006). Predation risk and habitat use in chacma baboons (Papio hamadryas ursinus). In: Gursky, S. & Nekaris K.A.I. (eds.) Primates and Their Predators. Kluwer Academic Publishers (Developments in Primatology Series).