Christine E Webb
Christine E Webb
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Stepping forward together: Could walking facilitate interpersonal conflict resolution?
CE Webb, M Rossignac-Milon, ET Higgins
American Psychologist 72 (4), 374-385, 2017
412017
Visual cues given by humans are not sufficient for Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) to find hidden food
JM Plotnik, JJ Pokorny, T Keratimanochaya, CE Webb, HF Beronja, ...
PloS one 8 (4), e61174, 2013
272013
Moving on or digging deeper: Regulatory mode and interpersonal conflict resolution.
CE Webb, PT Coleman, M Rossignac-Milon, SJ Tomasulo, ET Higgins
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 112 (4), 621–641, 2017
252017
Individual differences in chimpanzee reconciliation relate to social switching behaviour
CE Webb, B Franks, T Romero, ET Higgins, FBM De Waal
Animal Behaviour 90, 57-63, 2014
222014
Long-term consistency in chimpanzee consolation behaviour reflects empathetic personalities
CE Webb, T Romero, B Franks, FBM de Waal
Nature Communications 8 (292), 1-8, 2017
182017
An inversion effect modified by expertise in capuchin monkeys
JJ Pokorny, CE Webb, FBM de Waal
Animal Cognition 14 (6), 839-846, 2011
142011
Do chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) console a bereaved mother?
Z Goldsborough, EJC Van Leeuwen, KWT Kolff, FBM de Waal, CE Webb
Primates 61 (1), 93-102, 2020
72020
Animal ethics and behavioral science: An overdue discussion
CE Webb, P Woodford, E Huchard
BioScience 69 (10), 778-788, 2019
72019
Motivations for reconciliation: Regulatory mode, individual differences, and evolutionary considerations
CE Webb
42012
Situating the study of jealousy in the context of social relationships
CE Webb, F de Waal
Animal Sentience 3 (22), 22, 2018
32018
Individual differences in aggressive and peaceful behavior: New insights and future directions
CE Webb, P Verbeek
Behaviour 153, 1139-1169, 2016
32016
Moving past conflict: How locomotion facilitates reconciliation in humans and chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
CE Webb
Columbia University, 2015
32015
Conventional science will not do justice to nonhuman interests: A fresh approach is required
B Franks, C Webb, M Gagliano, B Smuts
Animal Sentience 4 (27), 17, 2020
22020
Friend or foe: Reconciliation between males and females in wild chacma baboons
CE Webb, A Baniel, G Cowlishaw, E Huchard
Animal Behaviour 151, 145-155, 2019
22019
Jealous Behavior in Chimpanzees Elicited by Social Intruders
CE Webb, K Kolff, X Du, F de Waal
Affective Science 1 (4), 199-207, 2020
12020
Expertise and the inversion effect in capuchin (Cebus apella) face processing
J Pokorny, CE Webb, FB de Waal
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 71, 99-99, 2009
12009
The submissive pattern of postconflict affiliation in asymmetric relationships: a test in male and sexually coerced female baboons
A Baniel, CE Webb, G Cowlishaw, E Huchard
Animal Behaviour 175, 87-97, 2021
2021
Zoo-housed female chimpanzee adopts local female-specific tradition upon immigrating into a new group
Z Goldsborough, CE Webb, FBM de Waal, EJC van Leeuwen
Behaviour 1 (aop), 1-18, 2021
2021
Fellatio among male sanctuary-living chimpanzees during a period of social tension
JS Brooker, CE Webb, Z Clay
Behaviour 1 (aop), 1-11, 2020
2020
The study that made rats jump for joy, and then killed them: the gap between knowledge and practice widens when scientists fail to engage with the ethical implications of their …
CE Webb, P Woodford, E Huchard
BioEssays 42 (6), 2000030, 2020
2020
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