Social psychology, Centrality, Modularity, Developmental psychology and Social learning are her primary areas of study. Her Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive psychology and Social system. Her Centrality research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Evolutionary biology, Ecology, Community structure and Preference.
Her Modularity research overlaps with other disciplines such as Kinship and Style. Her work deals with themes such as Zoology and Macaque, which intersect with Developmental psychology. Her work in Group decision-making addresses issues such as Cebus capucinus, which are connected to fields such as Multivariate analysis.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Animal ecology, Ecology, Group decision-making and Cognitive psychology. Her research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Developmental psychology and Cebus capucinus. Her studies deal with areas such as Demography and Experimental data as well as Animal ecology.
Her work is dedicated to discovering how Ecology, Dominance hierarchy are connected with Nutrient and other disciplines. Her Group decision-making research includes themes of Group cohesiveness and Social animal. Her Cognitive psychology study combines topics in areas such as Cognition, Tonkean macaque and Social dynamics.
Her primary areas of study are Social psychology, Ecology, Developmental psychology, Animal ecology and Demography. In the field of Social psychology, her study on Group decision-making, Affect and Group cohesiveness overlaps with subjects such as Movement. Her work on Predation, Habitat and Foraging as part of general Ecology research is frequently linked to Kinship, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cognition and Personality. Within one scientific family, she focuses on topics pertaining to Captivity under Animal ecology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Predator and Mobbing. Her Social grooming study which covers Macaque that intersects with Centrality.
Odile Petit focuses on Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Centrality, Social learning and Cognition. Her Social psychology research incorporates themes from Evolutionary biology and Sociality. Her research in Developmental psychology focuses on subjects like Personality, which are connected to Affect, Herbivore and Social influence.
The various areas that Odile Petit examines in her Centrality study include Theoretical computer science, Natural selection, Information flow, Modularity and Social support. Her Cognition research integrates issues from Stressor, Habituation and Anas. Her work deals with themes such as Animal ecology, Captivity and Animal welfare, which intersect with Social grooming.
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How can social network analysis improve the study of primate behavior
Cédric Sueur;Armand Jacobs;Armand Jacobs;Frédéric Amblard;Odile Petit;Odile Petit.
American Journal of Primatology (2011)
Decision-making processes: the case of collective movements
Odile Petit;Odile Petit;Richard Bon.
Behavioural Processes (2010)
Distributed leadership in semifree-ranging white-faced capuchin monkeys
Jean-Baptiste Leca;Noëlle Gunst;Bernard Thierry;Odile Petit.
Animal Behaviour (2003)
A comparative study of conflict resolution in macaques: insights into the nature of trait covariation
Bernard Thierry;Filippo Aureli;Charles L. Nunn;Odile Petit.
Animal Behaviour (2008)
Shared or unshared consensus decision in macaques
Cédric Sueur;Odile Petit.
Behavioural Processes (2008)
Organization of Group Members at Departure Is Driven by Social Structure in Macaca
Cedric Sueur;Odile Petit.
International Journal of Primatology (2008)
A Comparative Study of Aggression and Conciliation in Three Cercopithecine Monkeys (Macaca Fuscata, Macaca Nigra, Papio Papio)
O. Petit;C. Abegg;B. Thierry.
Face processing limitation to own species in primates: A comparative study in brown capuchins, Tonkean macaques and humans
Valerie Dufour;Olivier Pascalis;Odile Petit.
Behavioural Processes (2006)
A comparative network analysis of social style in macaques
C. Sueur;C. Sueur;O. Petit;O. Petit;O. Petit;A. De Marco;A.T. Jacobs;A.T. Jacobs;A.T. Jacobs.
Animal Behaviour (2011)
Differential Probability of “Coproduction” in Two Species of Macaque (Macaca tonkeana, M. mulatta)
Odile Petit;Christine Desportes;Bernard Thierry.
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