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Keupp, S., Barbarroja, N., Topolinski, S., & Fischer, J. (2018)
Are monkeys intuitive Aristotelians? Associations between target size and vertical target position in long-tailed macaques
Royal Society Open Science, 5(4), 170889  - DOI -

Schmitt, V., Schloegl, C., & Fischer, J. (2014)
Seeing the Experimenter Influences the Response to Pointing Cues in Long-Tailed Macaques
PLoS ONE, 9(3), e91348  - DOI -

Schmitt, V., Kröger, I., Zinner, D., Call, J., & Fischer, J. (2013)
Monkeys perform as well as apes and humans in a size discrimination task
Animal Cognition,16(5), 829–838  - DOI -

Schloegl, C., Waldmann, M. R., & Fischer, J. (2013)
Understanding of and reasoning about object–object relationships in long-tailed macaques?
Animal Cognition, 16(3), 493–507  - DOI -

Schmitt, V., Pankau, B., & Fischer, J. (2012)
Old World Monkeys Compare to Apes in the Primate Cognition Test Battery
PLoS ONE, 7(4), e32024  - DOI -

Fischer, J., Schmitt, V., & Fischer, J. (2011)
Quantity discrimination tests with macaques
Protocol Exchange  - DOI -

Schell, A., Rieck, K., Schell, K., Hammerschmidt, K., & Fischer, J. (2011)
Adult but not juvenile Barbary macaques spontaneously recognize group members from pictures
Animal Cognition, 14(4), 503–509  - DOI -

Schmitt, V., & Fischer, J. (2011)
Representational format determines numerical competence in monkeys
Nature Communications, 2(1), 257  - DOI -

Teufel, C., Gutmann, A., Pirow, R., & Fischer, J. (2010)
Facial expressions modulate the ontogenetic trajectory of gaze-following among monkeys: Gazefollowing in Barbary macaques
Developmental Science, 13(6), 913–922  - DOI -

Pfefferle, D., Heistermann, M., Hodges, J. K., & Fischer, J. (2008)
Male Barbary macaques eavesdrop on mating outcome: A playback study
Animal Behaviour, 75(6), 1885–1891  - DOI -