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The founder sociality hypothesis
  Brooks, James; Yamamoto, Shinya (2021-11)
  Ecology and Evolution, 11(21): 14392-14404
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Divergent effects of oxytocin on eye contact in bonobos and chimpanzees
  Brooks, James; Kano, Fumihiro; Sato, Yutaro; Yeow, Hanling; Morimura, Naruki; Nagasawa, Miho; Kikusui, Takefumi; Yamamoto, Shinya (2021-03)
  Psychoneuroendocrinology, 125
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Uniting against a common enemy: Perceived outgroup threat elicits ingroup cohesion in chimpanzees
  Brooks, James; Onishi, Ena; Clark, Isabelle R.; Bohn, Manuel; Yamamoto, Shinya (2021-02-24)
  PLOS ONE, 16(2)
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Oxytocin promotes species-relevant outgroup attention in bonobos and chimpanzees
  Brooks, James; Kano, Fumihiro; Kawaguchi, Yuri; Yamamoto, Shinya (2022-07)
  Hormones and Behavior, 143
The evolution of group-mindedness: comparative research on top-down and bottom-up group cooperation in bonobos and chimpanzees
  Brooks, James; Yamamoto, Shinya (2022-10)
  Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 47: 101205-101205
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Dog Stick Chewing: An Overlooked Instance of Tool Use?
  Brooks, James; Yamamoto, Shinya (2021-01)
  Frontiers in Psychology, 11
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Response: Commentary: Dog Stick Chewing: An Overlooked Instance of Tool Use?
  Brooks, James; Yamamoto, Shinya (2021-09)
  Frontiers in Psychology, 12
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