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Author Title Year Publication Serial (up) Volume Pages
Byrne, R.W. Imitation of novel complex actions: What does the evidence from animals mean? 2002 Advances in the Study of Behavior 746 31 77-105
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
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
Held, S.; Baumgartner, J.; Kilbride, A.; Byrne, R.W.; Mendl, M. Foraging behaviour in domestic pigs (Sus scrofa): remembering and prioritizing food sites of different value 2005 Animal Cognition 2487 8 114-121
Byrne, R.W. Imitation without intentionality. Using string parsing to copy the organization of behaviour 1999 Animal Cognition 3162 2 63-72
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
Held, S.; Mendl, M.; Devereux, C.; Byrne, R.W. Studies in Social Cognition: From Primates to Pigs 2001 Animal Welfare 3494 10 209-217
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
Bates, L.A.; Sayialel, K.N.; Njiraini, N.W.; Poole, J.H.; Moss, C.J.; Byrne, R.W. African elephants have expectations about the locations of out-of-sight family members 2008 Biology Letters 4332 4 34-36
Byrne, R.W.; Bates, L.A. Why are animals cognitive? 2006 Current Biology : CB 4708 16 R445-8