Satoshi Hirata (61)
Fake snakes uncover chimpanzees' mind-reading ability
Learning & Behavior, 46:225-226
Spatial positioning of individuals in a group of feral horses: a case study using drone technology
Estimation of chimpanzee age based on DNA methylation
Scientific Reports, 8:9998
Human ostensive signals do not enhance gaze following in chimpanzees, but do enhance object-oriented attention
Animal Cognition, Volume 21, Issue 5, pp 715-728
Primate social attention: Species differences and effects of individual experience in humans, great apes, and macaques
PLoS ONE, 13(2): e0193283
Cutting-edge infrared thermography as a new tool to explore animal emotions
Japanese Journal of Animal Psychology, Volume 68, Issue 1 Pages 1-15
Cumulative culture in nonhumans: overlooked findings from Japanese monkeys?
Primates, Volume 59, Issue 2, pp 113-122
Adult-adult social play in captive chimpanzees: is it indicative of positive animal welfare?
Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 199: 75-83
Chimpanzees recognize their own delayed self-image
Royal Society Open Science, 4: 170370
Chimpanzee Down syndrome: a case study of trisomy 22 in a captive chimpanzee
Primates, 58(2): 267-273
Submentalizing Cannot Explain Belief-Based Action Anticipation in Apes
Trends in Cognitive Sciences, Volume 21, Issue 9, p633-634
Eye tracking uncovered great apes' ability to anticipate that other individuals will act according to false beliefs
Communicative & Integrative Biology, Volume 10, Issue 2: e1299836
A test of the submentalizing hypothesis: Apes' performance in a false belief task inanimate control
Communicative & Integrative, Volume 10, Issue 4: e1343771
Comparison of the social systems of primates and feral horses: data from a newly established horse research site on Serra D’Arga, northern Portugal
Primates, Volume 58, Issue 4, pp 479-484
Chimpanzee Personality and the Arginine Vasopressin Receptor 1A Genotype
Behavior Genetics, Volume 47, Issue 2, pp 215-226
Social relationship and hair cortisol level in captive male chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
Primates, 59(2): 145-152
Nut Cracking Tools Used by Captive Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and Their Comparison with Early Stone Age Percussive Artefacts from Olduvai Gorge
PLoS ONE, 11(11): e0166788
Nasal temperature drop in response to a playback of conspecific fights in chimpanzees: A thermo-imaging study
Physiology & Behavior, 155(1): 83-94
Great apes anticipate that other individuals will act according to false beliefs
Science, Vol. 354, Issue 6308, pp. 110-114
Familiar face + novel face = familiar face? Representational bias in the perception of morphed faces in chimpanzees
Analysis of hair cortisol levels in captive chimpanzees: Effect of various methods on cortisol stability and variability
MethodsX, Volume 3, Pages 110-117
Effects of Relocation and Individual and Environmental Factors on the Long-Term Stress Levels in Captive Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): Monitoring Hair Cortisol and Behaviors
PLoS ONE, 11(7): e0160029
Great apes make anticipatory looks based on long-term memory of single events.
Current Biology, Volume 25, Issue 19, p2513-2517
Social Attention in the Two Species of Pan: Bonobos Make More Eye Contact than Chimpanzees
PLoS ONE, 10 (6): e0129684
Social grooming network in captive chimpanzees: does the wild or captive origin of group members affect sociality?
Primates, Volume 57, Issue 1, pp 73-82
Humans but Not Chimpanzees Vary Face-Scanning Patterns Depending on Contexts during Action Observation
PLOS ONE, 10(11): e0139989
A case of maxillary sarcoma in a chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes)
Journal of Medical Primatology, Volume 43, Issue 2, pages 111-114
Neural representation of face familiarity in an awake chimpanzee
Brain response to affective pictures in the chimpanzee
Scientific Reports, 3, 1342
Functional mastery of percussive technology in nut-cracking and stone-flaking actions: experimental comparison and implications for the evolution of the human brain.
The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 367, 59-74.
Humans and chimpanzees attend differently to goal-directed actions.
Nature Communications, 3: 693
Fetal brain development in chimpanzees versus humans
Current Biology, Volume 22, Issue 18, R791–R792
Do Chimpanzees Use Weight to Select Hammer Tools?
PLoS ONE, 7(7): e41044
Event-related potentials in response to subjects' own names: A comparison between humans and a chimpanzee.
Communicative & Integrative Biology, 4(3), 321-323.
Mechanism of birth in chimpanzees: humans are not unique among primates
Biology Letters, 23 October 2011 vol. 7 no. 5 686-688
The visual strategy specific to humans among hominids: A study using the gap-overlap paradigm
Vision Research, 51.2348-2355
Neural correlates of face and object perception in an awake chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) examined by scalp-surface event-related potentials.
PLoS ONE, 5(10), e13366.
A Case Report of Meat and Fruit Sharing in a Pair of Wild Bonobos
Pan Africa News, 17(2), December 2010 21-23
Facial perception of conspecifics: chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) attend to proper orientation and open eyes.
Animal Cognition, 13:679-688
Brain activity in an awake chimpanzee in response to the sound of her own name
Biology Letters, 6, 311-313
Tool use as a way to assess cognition: how do captive chimpanzees handle the weight of the hammer when cracking a nut?
Animal Cognition, 12, 217-235
How to crack nuts: acquisition process in captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) observing a model.
Animal Cognition, 12, S87-S101
Chimpanzee social intelligence: selfishness, altruism, and the mother-infant bond
The supine position of postnatal human infants: Implications for the development of cognitive intelligence.
Interaction Studies, Volume 10, Number 2 pp. 252-268
Assessing chimpanzee personality and subjective well-being in Japan.
American Journal of Primatology, 71, 283-292
Auditory ERPs to Stimulus Deviance in an Awake Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes): Towards Hominid Cognitive Neurosciences
PLoS ONE, 3(1): e1442
Competitive and cooperative aspects of social intelligence in chimpanzees.
The Japanese Journal of Animal Psychology, 57, 29-40
A note on the responses of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) to live self-images on television monitors.
Behavioral Processes, 75, 85-90
Bonobos at the “Lola Ya Bonobo" Sanctuary in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Pan Africa News, 14(1), June, 2007 6-8
Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) learn to act with other individuals in a cooperative task
Primates, 48, 13-21
The formation of the brush-sticks: modification of chimpanzees or the by-product of folding?
Primates, 46, 183-190
Socioecological influences on tool use in captive chimpanzees.
International Journal of Primatology, 25, 1267-1281
An experimental study of leaf swallowing in captive chimpanzees: insights into the origin of a self-medicative behavior and the role of social learning
Primates, 45, 113-118.
Mitochondrial DNA Genealogy of Chimpanzees in the Nimba Mountains and Bossou, West Africa
American Journal of Primatology, 64, 261-275
Role of mothers in the acquisition of tool-use behaviours by captive infant chimpanzees.
Animal Cognition, 6, 235-244
Responses to Novel Foods in Captive Chimpanzees
Zoo Biology, 21:539-548
Capturing and Toying with Hyraxes (Dendrohyrax dorsalis) by Wild Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) at Bossou, Guinea
American Journal of Primatology, 53, 93-97
Tactics to obtain a hidden food item in chimpanzee pairs (Pan troglodytes).
Animal Cognition, 4, 285-295.
Naive Chimpanzees' (Pan troglodytes) Observation of Experienced Conspecifics in a Tool-Using Task
Journal of Comparative Psychology, Vol. 114, No. 3, 291-296
Green passage plan (tree-planting project) and environmental education using documentary videos at Bossou: a progress report.
Pan Africa News, 5:18-20