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Barbara Tiddi, PhD


Kognitive Ethologie

+49 551 3851-258


Kellnerweg 4
37077 Göttingen

Since 2010
Post-doctoral associate, Cognitive Ethology Lab, German Primate Center

Ph.D. in Natural Sciences and Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University

Diploma in Biological Sciences, University “La Sapienza”, Rome, Italy

Tiddi B, Aureli F, Schino G (2012)
Grooming up the Hierarchy: the Exchange of Grooming and Rank-related Benefits in a New World Primate
PLoS ONE 7(5): e36641

Polizzi di Sorrentino E, Schino G, Tiddi B, Aureli F (2012)
Scratching as a window into the emotional responses of wild tufted capuchin monkeys
Ethology 118(11): 1072-1084

Tiddi, B, Aureli, F, Polizzi di Sorrentino, E, Janson, C H, and Schino, G (2011)
Grooming for tolerance? Two mechanisms of exchange in wild tufted capuchin monkeys
Behavioral Ecology 22: 663-669

Tiddi B, Aureli F, Schino G, Voelkl B (2011)
Social relationships between adult females and alpha male in wild tufted capuchin monkeys.
American Journal of Primatology 73(8): 812-820

Tiddi B, Aureli F, Schino G (2010)
Grooming for infant handling in tufted capuchin monkeys: a reappraisal of the primate infant market.
Animal Behaviour 79: 1115-1123

Schino G, Polizzi di Sorrentino E, Tiddi B (2007)
Grooming and coalitions in Japanese Macaques (Macaca fuscata): Partner choice and the time frame of reciprocation.
Journal of Comparative Psychology 121: 181-188

Schino G, Tiddi B, Polizzi di Sorrentino E (2007)
Agonistic support in juvenile Japanese macaques: Cognitive and functional implications.
Ethology 113: 1151-1157

Schino G, Tiddi B, Polizzi di Sorrentino E (2006)
Simultaneous classification by rank and kinship in Japanese macaques.
Animal Behaviour 71: 1069-1074

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