2005 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1990 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Her main research concerns Demography, Ecology, Zoology, Inbreeding and Inbreeding avoidance. Her Demography study incorporates themes from Offspring, Troglodytes, Harassment and Reproductive success. Her work in Ecology tackles topics such as Biological dispersal which are related to areas like Sexual selection.
Her Zoology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Microbiome, Host, Hominidae and Population genetics. Anne E. Pusey does research in Inbreeding, focusing on Inbreeding depression specifically. The study incorporates disciplines such as National park and Kin recognition in addition to Inbreeding avoidance.
Her primary areas of investigation include National park, Ecology, Demography, Troglodytes and Zoology. Her research in National park intersects with topics in Animal ecology, Forestry, Socioeconomics and Habitat. Her Variation research extends to the thematically linked field of Ecology.
Her Demography study also includes fields such as
Anne E. Pusey mainly investigates National park, Demography, Troglodytes, Evolutionary biology and Tanzania. Her National park research is under the purview of Ecology. Her research integrates issues of Variation and Population growth in her study of Ecology.
Her work deals with themes such as Offspring, Maternal effect, Philopatry, Primate and Reproduction, which intersect with Demography. Troglodytes is a subfield of Zoology that Anne E. Pusey explores. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cospeciation, Biological dispersal and Inbreeding.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Demography, Offspring, Troglodytes, National park and Tanzania. Her Demography research integrates issues from Maternal effect, Philopatry, Reproduction, Life history and Survival analysis. Her Maternal effect research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bonobo, Sexual maturity, Proportional hazards model, First birth and Reproductive success.
In her research on the topic of Offspring, Observational study, Animal ecology and Age categories is strongly related with Weaning. She combines subjects such as Big Five personality traits, Personality, Personality psychology, Developmental psychology and Recreation with her study of Troglodytes. Her studies in National park integrate themes in fields like Dominance, Disease and Diarrhea.
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Inbreeding avoidance in animals.
Anne Pusey;Marisa Wolf.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (1996)
Sex-biased dispersal and inbreeding avoidance in birds and mammals.
Anne E. Pusey.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (1987)
The behavior guide to African mammals: by Richard Despard Estes, University of California Press, 1991. $75.00 hbk (xxii + 611 pages) ISBN 0 520 05831 3
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (1992)
Dispersal and philopatry
A. E. Pusey.
Primate Societies (1987)
Why Lions Form Groups: Food is Not Enough
Craig Packer;D. Scheel;A. E. Pusey.
The American Naturalist (1990)
Great ape genetic diversity and population history
Javier Prado-Martinez;Peter H. Sudmant;Jeffrey M. Kidd;Jeffrey M. Kidd;Heng Li.
The Influence of Dominance Rank on the Reproductive Success of Female Chimpanzees
Anne Pusey;Jennifer Williams;Jane Goodall.
Roaring and numerical assessment in contests between groups of female lions, Panthera leo
Karen McComb;Craig Packer;Anne Pusey.
Animal Behaviour (1994)
A MOLECULAR GENETIC ANALYSIS OF KINSHIP AND COOPERATION IN AFRICAN LIONS
C. Packer;D. A. Gilbert;A. E. Pusey;S. J. O'Brieni.
Inbreeding avoidance in chimpanzees
Anne E. Pusey.
Animal Behaviour (1980)
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