Joseph H. Manson focuses on Social relation, Cebus capucinus, Cebidae, Developmental psychology and Dominance. His Social relation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Zoology, Seasonal breeder, Reproduction, Competition and Confounding. His studies in Cebus capucinus integrate themes in fields like Animal ecology and Social group.
His Cebidae research incorporates themes from Anthropology, Social organization, White-faced capuchin and Animal communication. His Developmental psychology research includes elements of Altruism, Kinship and Sister. His research in Dominance intersects with topics in Demography and Mate choice, Mating.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Demography, Cebus capucinus, Social relation and Developmental psychology. His Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Homosexuality and Pan paniscus. His Demography research incorporates elements of Animal ecology, Mate choice and Social group.
His Cebus capucinus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Zoology, Cebidae and Aggression. Joseph H. Manson has included themes like Social evolution, Agonistic behaviour, Female dominance and Primate in his Social relation study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Binomial regression, Dominance, Big Five personality traits, Conscientiousness and Life history theory in addition to Developmental psychology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Conscientiousness, Big Five personality traits and Personality. His work is connected to Psychopathy and Extraversion and introversion, as a part of Social psychology. His research integrates issues of Binomial regression, Situational ethics, Test, Amusement and Life history in his study of Developmental psychology.
His Conscientiousness study combines topics in areas such as Experience sampling method, Emotionality, Naturalistic observation, Compliance and Applied psychology. Joseph H. Manson combines subjects such as Openness to experience, Mediation and Embodied cognition with his study of Big Five personality traits. His work carried out in the field of Personality brings together such families of science as Betweenness centrality, Centrality, Psychometrics and Operationalization.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Conscientiousness, Pandemic, Left-wing politics and Right-wing authoritarianism. His work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Extraversion and introversion, overlaps with other areas such as Protocol. His Extraversion and introversion research integrates issues from Developmental psychology, Personality Assessment Inventory and Openness to experience.
His Protocol study spans across into fields like Personality, Applied psychology, Conversation, Compliance and Naturalistic observation. His Personality research includes themes of Experience sampling method and Emotionality. His Pandemic study spans across into subjects like Construct, Redistribution of income and wealth, Punitive damages and Jury.
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Fission-fusion dynamics: new research frameworks
Current Anthropology (2008)
Intergroup aggression in chimpanzees and humans
Current Anthropology (1991)
Social conventions in wild white-faced capuchin monkeys - Evidence for traditions in a neotropical primate
Current Anthropology (2003)
Number of males in primate groups: Comparative tests of competing hypotheses.
John C. Mitani;Julie Gros-Louis;Joseph H. Manson.
American Journal of Primatology (1996)
Convergence of speech rate in conversation predicts cooperation
Joseph H. Manson;Gregory A. Bryant;Matthew M. Gervais;Michelle A. Kline.
Evolution and Human Behavior (2013)
Measuring female mate choice in Cayo Santiago rhesus macaques
Joseph H. Manson.
Animal Behaviour (1992)
Traditions in monkeys
Susan Perry;Joseph H. Manson.
Evolutionary Anthropology (2003)
Nonconceptive Sexual Behavior in Bonobos and Capuchins
Joseph H. Manson;Joseph H. Manson;Susan Perry;Amy R. Parish;Amy R. Parish;Amy R. Parish.
International Journal of Primatology (1997)
Kin-biased social behaviour in wild adult female white-faced capuchins, Cebus capucinus
Susan Perry;Susan Perry;Joseph H. Manson;Joseph H. Manson;Laura Muniz;Julie Gros-Louis.
Animal Behaviour (2008)
White-faced capuchin monkeys show triadic awareness in their choice of allies
Susan Perry;H. Clark Barrett;Joseph H. Manson.
Animal Behaviour (2004)
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