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Byrne, R.W. Do larger brains mean greater intelligence? 1993 Behavioral and Brain Sciences 6171 16 696-697
Farmer, K.; Krüger, K.; Byrne, R.W.; Marr, I. Sensory laterality in affiliative interactions in domestic horses and ponies (Equus caballus) 2018 Animal Cognition 6386 21 631-637
Byrne, R.W. Culture in great apes: using intricate complexity in feeding skills to trace the evolutionary origin of human technical prowess 2007 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 3527 362 577-585
Cochet, H.; Byrne, R.W. Evolutionary origins of human handedness: evaluating contrasting hypotheses 2013 5691 16 531-542
Byrne, R.W. How monkeys find their way: leadership, coordination, and cognitive maps of African baboons. 2000 On the Move: How and Why Animals Travel in Groups 5146 491518
Riley, J.L.; Noble, D.W.A.; Byrne, R.W.; Whiting, M.J. Does social environment influence learning ability in a family-living lizard? 2017 Animal Cognition 6190 20 449-458
Byrne, R.W.; Bates, L.A. Why are animals cognitive? 2006 Current Biology : CB 4708 16 R445-8
Topál, J.; Byrne, R.W.; Miklósi, Á.; Csányi, V. Reproducing human actions and action sequences: “Do as I Do!” in a dog 2006 Animal Cognition 2434 9 355-367
Byrne, R.W.; Corp, N.; Byrne, J.M. Manual dexterity in the gorilla: bimanual and digit role differentiation in a natural task 2001 Animal Cognition 3357 4 347-361
Barton, R.A.; Byrne, R.W.; Whiten, A. Ecology, feeding competition and social structure in baboons 1996 Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 807 38 321-329