Matthew W. Campbell
Matthew W. Campbell
Associate Professor of Psychology, California State University – Channel Islands
Verified email at csuci.edu
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Ingroup-outgroup bias in contagious yawning by chimpanzees supports link to empathy
MW Campbell, FBM De Waal
PloS one 6 (4), e18283, 2011
1982011
Computer animations stimulate contagious yawning in chimpanzees
MW Campbell, JD Carter, D Proctor, ML Eisenberg, FBM de Waal
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1676), 4255-4259, 2009
1102009
Ape duos and trios: spontaneous cooperation with free partner choice in chimpanzees
M Suchak, TM Eppley, MW Campbell, FBM de Waal
PeerJ 2, e417, 2014
692014
How chimpanzees cooperate in a competitive world
M Suchak, TM Eppley, MW Campbell, RA Feldman, LF Quarles, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (36), 10215-10220, 2016
592016
Chimpanzees empathize with group mates and humans, but not with baboons or unfamiliar chimpanzees
MW Campbell, FBM de Waal
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1782), 20140013, 2014
582014
Vocal response of captive-reared Saguinus oedipus during mobbing
MW Campbell, CT Snowdon
International Journal of Primatology 28 (2), 257-270, 2007
282007
Methodological problems in the study of contagious yawning
MW Campbell, FBM de Waal
The mystery of yawning in physiology and disease 28, 120-127, 2010
272010
Captive‐born cotton‐top tamarins (Saguinus oedipus) respond similarly to vocalizations of predators and sympatric nonpredators
SC Friant, MW Campbell, CT Snowdon
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2008
252008
Chimpanzees prefer African and Indian music over silence.
ME Mingle, TM Eppley, MW Campbell, K Hall, V Horner, F de Waal
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal learning and cognition 40 (4), 502, 2014
222014
The roles of food quality and sex in chimpanzee sharing behavior (Pan troglodytes)
J Crick, M Suchak, TM Eppley, MW Campbell, FBM de Waal
Behaviour 150 (11), 1203-1224, 2013
212013
Can Auditory Playback Condition Predator Mobbing in Captive-reared Saguinus oedipus?
MW Campbell, CT Snowdon
International Journal of Primatology 30 (1), 93-102, 2009
182009
Using cross correlations to investigate how chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) use conspecific gaze cues to extract and exploit information in a foraging competition
K Hall, MW Oram, MW Campbell, TM Eppley, RW Byrne, FBM De Waal
American journal of primatology 76 (10), 932-941, 2014
162014
Theory, not cultural context, will advance American psychology.
GJ Haeffel, ED Thiessen, MW Campbell, MP Kaschak, NM McNeil
American Psychological Association 64 (6), 570, 2009
152009
Chimpanzee uses manipulative gaze cues to conceal and reveal information to foraging competitor
K Hall, MW Oram, MW Campbell, TM Eppley, RW Byrne, FBM de Waal
American journal of primatology 79 (3), e22622, 2017
122017
Observational data reveal evidence and parameters of contagious yawning in the behavioral repertoire of captive-reared chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
MW Campbell, CR Cox
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-13, 2019
112019
Growth of the fetal pigtailed macaque (Macaca nemestrina)
JE Sirianni, L Newell-Morris, M Campbell
Folia primatologica 35 (1), 65-75, 1981
51981
Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) tolerate some degree of inequity while cooperating but refuse to donate effort for nothing
MW Campbell, J Watzek, M Suchak, SM Berman, FBM de Waal
American journal of primatology 82 (1), e23084, 2020
22020
A Comparison of Focal and Opportunistic Sampling Methods when Studying Chimpanzee Facial and Gestural Communication
BN Florkiewicz, MW Campbell
Folia Primatologica, 1-11, 2021
2021
Chimpanzees use gaze to exploit others’ information hall, Using cross correlations to investigate how chimpanzees
K Hall, MW Oram, MW Campbell, TM Eppley, RW Byrne, FBM de Waal
2017
THE BEHAVIORAL MECHANISMS THAT ALLOW CHIMPANZEES TO COOPERATE WHEN REWARDS ARE UNEQUAL
MW Campbell, M Suchak, J Watzek, FB de Waal
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 77, 92-92, 2015
2015
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