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Dr. Rahel Noser


Kognitive Ethologie

+49 551 3851-258

Kellnerweg 4
37077 Göttingen

Noser R & Byrne RW (in press) Wild baboons (Papio ursinus) remember single foraging episodes. Anim Cogn


Noser R & Byrne RW (2014) Change point analysis of travel routes reveals novel insights into foraging strategies and cognitive maps of wild baboons. Am J Primatol 76(5), 399-409.


Fischer J, Noser R & Hammerschmidt K (2013) Bioacoustic field research: a primer to acoustic analyses and playback experiments with primates. Am J Primatol 75(7), 643-663.


Noser R & Byrne RW (2010) How do wild baboons (Papio ursinus) plan their routes? Travel among multiple high-quality food sources with inter-group competition. Anim Cogn 13, 145-155.


Byrne RW, Noser R, Bates LA & Jupp PE (2009) How did they get here from there? Detecting changes of direction in terrestrial ranging. Anim Behav 77(3), 619-631.


Noser R & Byrne RW (2007) Mental maps in chacma baboons (Papio ursinus): using intergroup encounters as a natural experiment. Anim Cogn 10(3), 331-340.


Noser R & Byrne RW (2007) Travel routes and planning of visits to out-of-sight resources in wild chacma baboons (Papio ursinus). Anim Behav 73(2), 257-266.


Noser R, Gygax L & Tobler I (2003) Sleep and social status in captive gelada baboons (Theropithecus gelada). Behav Brain Res, 147, 9-15.

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