McFarland Lab

PUBLICATIONS

Balasubramaniam KN, Beisner BA, Berman CM, De Marco A, Duboscq J, Koirala S, Majolo B, MacIntosh AJ, McFarland R, Molesti S, Ogawa H, Petit O, Schino G, Sosa S, Sueur C, Thierry B, de Waal FBM & McCowan B. 2018. The influence of phylogeny, social style, and sociodemographic factors on variation in macaque social networks. American Journal of Primatology 80.

Young C, Ganswindt A, McFarland R, de Villiers C, van Heerden J, Ganswindt S, Barrett L & Henzi SP. 2017. Faecal glucocorticoid metabolite monitoring as a measure of physiological stress in captive and wild vervet monkeys. General and Comparative Endocrinology 253: 53–59.

McFarland R, Murphy D, Lusseau D, Henzi SP, Parker JL, Pollet TV & Barrett L. 2017. The 'strength of weak ties' among female baboons: fitness-related benefits of social bonds. Animal Behaviour 126: 101-106. 

Young C, McFarland R, Barrett L & Henzi SP. 2017. Formidable females and the power trajectories of socially integrated male vervet monkeys. Animal Behaviour 125: 61-67. 

Henzi SP, Hetem R, Fuller A, Maloney SK, Young C, Mitchell D, Barrett L & McFarland R. 2017. Consequences of sex-specific sociability for thermoregulation in male vervet monkeys during winter. Journal of Zoology 302: 193-200. 

McFarland R, Henzi SP, Barrett L, Wanigaratne A, Coetzee E, Fuller A, Hetem RS, Mitchell D & Maloney SK. 2016. Thermal consequences of increased pelt loft infer an additional utilitarian function for grooming. American Journal of Primatology 78: 456-461. 

Lehmann J, Majolo B & McFarland R. 2016. The effects of social network position on the survival of wild Barbary macaques, Macaca sylvanus. Behavioral Ecology 27: 20-28.

McFarland R, Fuller A, Hetem RS, Mitchell D, Maloney SK, Henzi SP & Barrett L. 2015. Social integration confers thermal benefits in a gregarious primate. Journal of Animal Ecology 84: 871-878.

Lubbe A, Hetem RS, McFarland R, Barrett L, Henzi SP, Mitchell D, Meyer LCR, Maloney SK & Fuller A. 2014. Thermoregulatory plasticity in free-ranging vervet monkeys, Chlorocebus pygerythrus. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 184: 799-809.

McFarland R, Barrett L, Boner R, Freeman NJ & Henzi SP. 2014. Behavioral flexibility of vervet monkeys in response to climatic and social variability. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 154: 357-364. 

McFarland R & Majolo B. 2013. Coping with the cold: predictors of survival in wild Barbary macaques, Macaca sylvanus. Biology Letters 9: 20130428.

McFarland R, MacLarnon A, Heistermann M & Semple S. 2013. Physiological stress hormone levels and mating behaviour are negatively correlated in male rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). Animal Biology 63: 331-341.

Majolo B, McFarland R, Young C & Qarro M. 2013. The effect of climatic factors on the activity budgets of a temperate primate, the Barbary macaque (Macaca sylvanus). International Journal of Primatology 34: 500-514.

McFarland R, Hetem R, Fuller A, Mitchell D, Henzi SP & Barrett L. 2013. Assessing the reliability of biologger techniques to measure activity in a free-ranging primate. Animal Behaviour 85: 861-866. 

McFarland R, Roebuck H, Yan Y, Majolo B, Li W & Guo K. 2013. Social interactions through the eyes of macaques and humans. PLoS ONE 8: e56437.

McFarland R & Majolo B. 2013. The importance of considering the behavioural form of reconciliation in studies of conflict resolution. International Journal of Primatology 34: 15-29.

McFarland R & Majolo B. 2012. The occurrence and benefits of post-conflict bystander affiliation in wild Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus). Animal Behaviour 84: 583-591.

McFarland R & Majolo B. 2011. Exploring the components, asymmetry and distribution of relationship quality in wild Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus). PLoS ONE 6: e28826.

McFarland R & Majolo B. 2011. Grooming coercion and the post-conflict trading of social services in wild Barbary macaques. PLoS ONE 6: e26893.

McFarland R & Majolo B. 2011. Reconciliation and the costs of aggression in wild Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus): a test of the integrated hypothesis. Ethology 117: 928-937.

Majolo B & McFarland R. 2009. Self-suckling in Barbary macaque (Macaca sylvanus) mothers before and after the death of their infant. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140: 381-383.