Original paper

Older, sociable capuchins ( Cebus capucinus ) invent more social behaviors, but younger monkeys innovate more in other contexts

Volume: 114, Issue: 30, Pages: 7806 - 7813
Published: Jul 24, 2017
Abstract
An important extension to our understanding of evolutionary processes has been the discovery of the roles that individual and social learning play in creating recurring phenotypes on which selection can act. Cultural change occurs chiefly through invention of new behavioral variants combined with social transmission of the novel behaviors to new practitioners. Therefore, understanding what makes some individuals more likely to innovate and/or...
Paper Details
Title
Older, sociable capuchins ( Cebus capucinus ) invent more social behaviors, but younger monkeys innovate more in other contexts
Published Date
Jul 24, 2017
Volume
114
Issue
30
Pages
7806 - 7813
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