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  • Wright, Kristin; Wright, B.; FORD, S. M.; Fragaszy, D.; Izar, P.; Norconk, M.; Masterson, T.; Hobbs, D. G.; Alfaro, M. E.; Lynch Alfaro, J.W. The effects of ecology and evolutionary history on robust capuchin morphological diversity. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (Print), v. 82, p. 455-466, 2015.
  • Coelho, C. G.; Falótico, T.; Izar, P.; Mannu, M.; Resende, B. D.; Siqueira, J. O.; Ottoni, E. B.. Social learning strategies for nut-cracking by tufted capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.). Animal Cognition (Print), v. 18, p. 911-919, 2015.
  • Mendes, F. D. C.; Cardoso, R. M.; Ottoni, E. B.; Izar, P.; Villar, D. N. A.; Marquezan, R. F.. Diversity of nutcracking tool sites used by Sapajus libidinosus in Brazilian Cerrado. American Journal of Primatology (Print), v. 77, p. n/a-n/a, 2015.
  • Tokuda, M; Martins, M; Izar, P.. Transferability of microsatellites for studies on the social behavior of the tufted capuchin monkey (genus Sapajus). Genetics and Molecular Research, v. 13, p. 9910-9914, 2014.
  • Tokuda, M.; Boubli, J.P.; Mourthé, Í.; Izar, P.; Possamai, C. B.; Strier, K. B.  Males follow females during fissioning of a group of northern muriquis. American Journal of Primatology (Print), v. 76, p. 529-538, 2014.
  • Lynch Alfaro, J.; Izar, Patricia; Ferreira, R. G. Capuchin monkey research priorities and urgent issues. American Journal of Primatology (Print), v. 76, p. n/a-n/a, 2014.
  • Biondo, C.; Izar, P.; Miyaki, C. Y.; Bussab, V.S.B.. Social structure of collared peccaries (Pecari tajacu): Does relatedness matter?. Behavioural Processes (Print), v. 109, p. 70-78, 2014.
  • Mendonca-Furtado, O.; Edaes, M.; Palme, R; Rodrigues, A.; Siqueira, J. O.; Izar, P.. Does hierarchy stability influence testosterone and cortisol levels of bearded capuchin monkeys (Sapajus libidinosus) adult males? A comparison between two wild groups. Behavioural Processes (Print), p. 79-88, 2014.
  • Rodrigues, A. B. C. H.; Tokumaru, R. S.; Amorim, T. N.; Garcia, A.; Izar, P.. Genetic and adoptive motherhood: Stress, marital relationship, and child care support. International Journal of Psychology, p. 1-9, 2013.
  • Verderane, M. P.; Izar, P.; Visalberghi, E.; Fragaszy, D. Socioecology of wild bearded capuchin monkeys (Sapajus libidinosus): an analysis of social relationships among female primates that use tools in feeding. Behaviour (Leiden. Print), v. 150, p. 659-689, 2013.
  • Fragaszy, D.; Biro, D.; Eshchar, Y.; Humle, T.; Izar, P.; Resende, B. D.; Visalberghi, E. The fourth dimension of tool use: temporally enduring artefacts aid primates learning to use tools. Philosophical Transactions - Royal Society. Biological Sciences (Print), v. 368, p. 20120410-20120410, 2013.
  • Izar, P.; Verderane, M.P.; Peternelli, S. L.; Mendonça-Furtado, O.; Presotto, A.; Tokuda, M.; Visalberghi, E.; Fragaszy, D. Flexible and conservative features of social systems in tufted capuchin monkeys: comparing the socioecology of Sapajus libidinosus and Sapajus nigritus. American Journal of Primatology (Print), v. 74, p. 315-331, 2012.
  • Alfaro, J. W. Lynch; Matthews, L.; Boyette, A. H.; Macfarlan, S. J.; Phillips, K. A.; Falótico, T.; Ottoni, E.; Verderane, M.; Izar, P.; Schulte, M.; Melin, A.; Fedigan, L.; Janson, C.; Alfaro, M. E. Anointing variation across wild capuchin populations: a review of material preferences, bout frequency and anointing sociality in Cebus and Sapajus. American Journal of Primatology (Print), v. 74, p. 299-314, 2012.
  • Tokuda, M; Boubli, J. P.; Izar, P.; Strier, K. B.. Social cliques in male northern muriquis Brachyteles hypoxanthus. Current Zoology, v. 58, p. 342-352, 2012.
  • Izar, P. Social structure of semi-captive brown capuchins. Neotropical Primates, v. 2, p. 3-4, 1994.
  • Izar, P. Resenha de Eric Alden Smith & Bruce Winterhalde, evolutionary ecology and human behavior. Aldine de Gruyter, New York, 1992, 470 pp. Revista de Antropologia (São Paulo), São Paulo, v. 38, n. 2, p. 245-253, 1995.
  • Vieira, E. M.; Izar, P. Interactions between aroids and arboreal mammals in the brazilian atlantic rainforest. Plant Ecology (Dordrecht), http://www.kluweronline.com/is, v. 145, n. 1, p. 75-82, 1999.
  • Ferreira, R. G.; Resende, B. D.; Mannu, M.; Ottoni, E. B ; Izar, P. Bird Predation and prey-transference in brown capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella). Neotropical Primates, Washington, v. 10, n. 2, p. 84-89, 2002.
  • Castro, C. S. S.; Marques, A. A. B.; Izar, P.; Oliveira, A. C. M.; Lopes, M. A. The role of primates as seed dispersers in the vegetation structure of Tropical forests. Neotropical Primates, v. 11, p. 125-127, 2003.
  • Lopes, L. W. R.; Magalhães, C. M. C.; Izar, P. Interações Entre Pré-Escolares: Possibilidades de Análises. Psicologia Ciência e Profissão, Brasília, v. 23, n. 4, p. 88-97, 2003.
  • Resende, B. D.; Greco, V. L. G.; Izar, P.; Ottoni, E. B. Some observations on the predation of small mammals by Tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella). Neotropical Primates, Washington, v. 11, n. 2, p. 103-104, 2003.
  • Vieira, E. M.; Ferreira, M A P; Izar, P. Fruit and seed exploitation by small rodents of the Brazilian. Mammalia (Paris), v. 67, n. 4, p. 533-539, 2003.
  • Resende, B. D.; Izar, P.; Ottoni, E. B. Social Play and Spatial Tolerance in Tufted Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus apella). Revista de Etologia (São Paulo), São Paulo, v. 6, n. 1, p. 55-61, 2004.
  • Fragaszy, D.; Izar, P.; Visalberghi, E.; Ottoni, E. B.; Oliveira, M. G. Wild capuchin monkeys (Cebus libidinosus) use anvils and stone pounding tools. American Journal of Primatology, Estados Unidos, v. 64, p. 359-366, 2004.
  • Resende, B. D.; Mannu, M.; Izar, P.; Ottoni, E. B. Interactions between capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) and coatis (Nasua nasua): non-agonistic behaviors and lack of predation. International Journal of Primatology, v. 25, n. 6, p. 1213-1224, 2004.
  • Izar, P. Female social relationships of Cebus apella nigritus in southeastern atlantic forest: an analysis through ecological models of primate social evolution. Behaviour (Leiden), Leiden, v. 141, p. 71-99, 2004.
  • Visalberghi, E.; Fragaszy, D.; Izar, P.; Ottoni, E. B. Terrestriality and Tool use. Letter. Science, v. 308, p. 951-952, 2005.
  • Ottoni, E. B.; Resende, B. D.; Izar, P. Watching the best nutcrackers: what capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) know about others tool-using skills. Animal Cognition, Heidelberg, v. 8, p. 215-219, 2005.
  • Japyassú, H. F.; Alberts, C. C.; Izar, P.; Sato, T. Ethoseq: A tool for phylogenetic analysis and data mining on behavioural sequences. Behavior Research Methods, v. 38, p. 549-556, 2006
  • and Protective Interventions in semifree-ranging brown capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella). American Journal of Primatology, v. 68, p. 765-776, 2006.
  • Izar, P.; Verderane, M. P; Visalberghi, E.; Ottoni, E. B.; Oliveira, M. G.; Fragaszy, D.; Shirley, J. Cross-Genus Adoption of a Marmoset (Callithryx jacchus) by Wild Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus libidinosus): Case Report. American Journal of Primatology, v. 68, p. 692-700, 2006.
  • Izar, P.; Ferreira, R. G.; Sato, T. Describing the organization of dominance relationships by Dominance Directed Tree method. American Journal of Primatology (Print), v. 68, p. 189-207, 2006.
  • Izar, P.; Ramos da Silva, E. D.; Resende, B. D.; Ottoni, E. B. A case of infanticide in tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus nigritus). Mastozoologia Neotropical, v. 14, p. 73-76, 2007.
  • Falótico, T.; Labruna, M. B.; Verderane, M. P.; Resende, B. D.; Izar, P.; Ottoni, E B. Repellent efficacy of formic acid and the abdominal secretion of carpenter ants (Camponotus rufipes) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), against Amblyomma spp ticks (Acari: Ixodidae). Journal of Medical Entomology, v. 44, p. 718-721, 2007.
  • Madden, M.; Fragaszy, D; Izar, P.; Hinely, A.; Ottoni, E. B.; Visalberghi, E. Modelling the monkey habitat in Brazil. Geospatial Today, v. 5, p. 26-35, 2007.
  • Visalberghi, E; Fragaszy, D; Ottoni, E B; Izar, P.; Oliveira, M G; Andrade, F. R. D. Characteristics of hammer stones and anvils used by wild bearded capuchin monkeys (Cebus libidinosus) to crack open palm nuts. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, v. 132, p. 426-444, 2007.
  • Verderane, M P; Falótico, T.; Resende, B. D.; Labruna, M B; Izar, P.; Ottoni, E. B. Anting in a semifree-ranging group of Cebus apella. International Journal of Primatology, v. 28, p. 47-53, 2007.
  • Ferreira, R. G.; Lee, P. C.; Izar, P. Food Competition in a Semi-Free-Ranging Cebus apella Group. Folia Primatologica, v. 79, p. 463-475, 2008.
  • Izar, P. Coment on Fission-Fusion Dynamics Aureli et al. Current Anthropology, v. 48, p. 642-643, 2008.
  • Ottoni, E. B.; Izar, P. Capuchin monkey tool use: Overview and implications. Evolutionary Anthropology, v. 17, p. 171-178, 2008.
  • Visalberghi, E.; Sabbatini, G.; Spagnoletti, N.; Andrade, F. R. D.; Ottoni, E.; Izar, P.; Fragaszy, D. Physical properties of palm fruits processed with tools by wild bearded capuchins. American Journal of Primatology. v. 70, p. 884-891, 2008.
  • Silva, R. B.; Vieira, E. M.; Izar, P. Social monogamy and biparental care of the neotropical southern bamboo rat (Kannabateomys amblyonyx). Journal of Mammalogy (Print), v. 89, p. 1464-1472, 2008.
  • Wright, B. W.; Wright, K. A. ; Chalk, J.; Verderane, M. P.; Fragaszy, D.; Visalberghi, E.; Izar, P.; Ottoni, E. B. ; Constantino, P.; Vinyard, C. Fallback foraging as a way of life: Using dietary toughness to compare the fallback signal among capuchins and implications for interpreting morphological variation. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, v. 140, p. 687-699, 2009.
  • Visalberghi, E.; Spagnoletti, N.; Ramos da Silva, E. D.; Andrade, F. R. D. ; Ottoni, E.; Izar, P.; Fragaszy, D. Distribution of potential suitable hammers and transport of hammer tools and nuts by wild capuchin monkeys. Primates, v. 50, p. 95-104, 2009.
  • Liu, Q.; Simpson, K.; Izar, P.; Ottoni, E.; Visalberghi, E.; Fragaszy, D. Kinematics and energetics of nut-cracking in wild capuchin monkeys ( ) in Piauí, Brazil. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, v. 138, p. 210-220, 2009.
  • Visalberghi, E; Adessi, E.; Truppa, V.; Spagnoletti, N.; Ottoni, E. B; Izar, P.; Fragaszy, D. Selection of effective stone tools by wild bearded capuchin monkeys (Cebus libidinosus). Current Biology, v. 19, p. 213-217, 2009.
  • Fragaszy, D. M. ; Greenberg, R.; Visalberghi, E.; Ottoni, E. B.; Izar, P.; Liu, Q. How wild bearded capuchin monkeys select stones and nuts to minimize the number of strikes per nut cracked. Animal Behaviour, v. 80, p. 205-214, 2010.
  • Presotto, A.; Izar, P. Spatial reference of black capuchin monkeys in Brazilian Atlantic Forest: egocentric or allocentric?. Animal Behaviour, v. 80, p. 125-132, 2010.
  • Fragaszy, D.; Pickering, T.; Liu, Q.; Izar, P.; Ottoni, E.; Visalberghi, E. Bearded capuchin monkeys' and a human's efficiency at cracking palm nuts with stone tools: field experiments. Animal Behaviour, v. 79, p. 321-332, 2010.
  • Spagnoletti, N.; Visalberghi, E.; Ottoni, E.; Izar, P.; Fragaszy, D. Stone tool use by adult wild bearded capuchin monkeys (Cebus libidinosus). Frequency, efficiency and tool selectivity. Journal of Human Evolution, v. 61, p. 97-107, 2011.
  • Liu, Q.; Fragaszy, D.; Wright, B.; Wright, K.; Izar, P.; Visalberghi, E. Wild bearded capuchin monkeys (Cebus libidinosus) place nuts in anvils selectively. Animal Behaviour, v. 81, p. 297-305, 2011.
  • Tokuda, M, Boubli, J. P., Izar, P., Strier, K. B.Social cliques in male northern muriquis Brachyteles hypoxanthus. Current Zoology. , no prelo.
  • Alfaro, Jessica W. Lynch, Matthews, Luke, Boyette, Adam H., Macfarlan, Shane J., Phillips, Kimberley A., Falótico, Tiago, Ottoni, Eduardo, Verderane, Michele, Izar, Patrícia, Schulte, Meredith, Melin, Amanda, Fedigan, Linda, Janson, Charles, Alfaro, Michael E.Anointing variation across wild capuchin populations: a review of material preferences, bout frequency and anointing sociality in Cebus and Sapajus. American Journal of Primatology, no prelo.
  • Izar, Patrícia, Verderane, Michele P., Peternelli-dos-Santos, Lucas, Mendonça-Furtado, Olívia, Presotto, Andréa, Tokuda, Marcos, Visalberghi, Elisabetta, Fragaszy, Dorothy. Flexible and conservative features of social systems in tufted capuchin monkeys: comparing the socioecology of Sapajus libidinosus and Sapajus nigritus. American Journal of Primatology, no prelo.


Capítulos de livros publicados

  • Rodrigues, A. B. C. H.; Izar, P.; Tokumaru, R. S. A propensão ao risco sob a ótica evolucionista. In: Silvio José Lemos Vasconcellos; Nelson Hauck Filho. (Org.). A Mente e suas Adaptações: Uma perspectiva evolucionista sobre a personalidade, a emoção e a psicopatologia. 1ed. Santa Maria: Editora UFSM, 2014, v. 1, p. 150-180.
  • Ferraz, K. M.P. M. B. ; Izar, P.; Sato, T.; Nishida, S. M. Social and spatial interactions of capybara in a semi-intensive production system. In: José Roberto Moreira; Kátia Maria P. M. de Barros Ferraz; Emilio A. Herrera; David W. Macdonald. (Org.). Capybara: biology, production and conservation. 1ed.New York: Springer, 2012, v. 2, p. 243-260.
  • Resende, B. D. ; Izar, P. Cognição Animal. In: M.E. Yamamoto; G.L. O. Volpato. (Org.). Comportamento Animal. 2ed.Natatl: EDUFRN, 2011, v. 1, p. 159-173.
  • Izar, P.; Sato, T. Influência de abundância alimentar sobre a estrutura de espaçamento interindividual e relações de dominância em um grupo de macacos-prego (Cebus apella). In: Stephen F. Ferrari; Horacio Schneider. (Org.). A Primatologia no Brasil. 1 ed. Belém: Editora Universitária - UFPA, 1997, v. 5, p. 250-267.
  • Pontes, F. A. R; Izar, P. O estudo das relações sociais sob a perspectiva etológica. In: Fernando A R Pontes; Celina M C Magalhães; Regina C S Brito; W L B Martin. (Org.). Temas Pertinentes na Construção da psicologia contemporânea. Belém: Editora Universitária UFPA, 2005, v.1, p. 65-96.
  • Izar, P.; Japyassú, H. F.; Alberts, C. C. Métodos da teoria dos grafos para análise quantitativa do comportamento. In: Agnaldo Garcia; Elizeu Batista Borloti; Rosana Suemi Tokumaru. (Org.). Etologia, uma perspectiva histórica e tendências contemporâneas. Vitória: Multiplicidade, 2005, v.1, p. 249-258.
  • Izar, P.; Resende, B. D. Métodos para o estudo do comportamento de primatas em vida livre. In: Maria Margarida Pereira Rodrigues; P. R. M. Menandro. (Org.). Lógicas metodológicas: trajetos de pesquisa em Psicologia. 1 ed. Vitória: Programa de Pós-Graduação em Psicologia da UFES e Editora GM, 2007, v. 1, p. 93-117.
  • Verderane, M. P; Izar, P. O cuidado alomaterno exibido por uma fêmea de macaco-prego (Cebus apella) após a morte da própria cria: Um caso de adoção?. In: Julio Cesar Bicca-Marques. (Org.). A Primatologia no Brasil. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Primatologia, 2007, v. 10, p. 463-476.
  • Izar, P.; Ferreira, R. G. Socioecologia de macacos-prego (Cebus apella) selvagens e provisionados: uma análise comparativa. In: Julio Cesar Bicca-Marques. (Org.). A Primatologia no Brasil. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Primatologia, 2007, v. 10, p. 323-338.
  • Izar, P. Dispersão de sementes por Cebus nigritus e Brachyteles arachnoides em área de mata atlântica, Parque Estadual Intervales, SP. In: Stephen F. Ferrari; José Rímoli. (Org.). A Primatologia no Brasil. Manaus: Biologia Geral e Experimental - Editores, 2008, v. 9, p. 8-24.
  • Ferraz, K. M. P. M. B; Izar, P.; Sato, T; Nishida, S. M. Social and spatial interactions of capybara in a semi-intensive production system. In: José Roberto Moreira; Kátia Maria P. M. de Barros Ferraz; Emilio A. Herrera; David W. Macdonald. (Org.). Capybara: biology, production and conservation. 2009, v. prelo, p. -.
  • Izar, P.; Stone, A.; Carnegie S. D; Nakai, E. S. Sexual Selection, Female Choice and Mating Systems. In: A Estrada; P Garber; K Strier; JBicca-Marques; E Heymann. (Org.). South American Primates: Testing new theories in the study of primate behavior, ecology, and conservation. : Springer, 2009, v. , p. 157-189.
  • Izar, P. Ambiente de Adaptação Evolutiva. In: Emma Otta; Maria Emilia Yamamoto. (Org.). Psicologia Evolucionista. Rio de Janeiro: Guanabara Koogan, 2009, v. 1, p. 22-32.
 


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