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Kirsty E Graham
Kirsty E Graham
Research Fellow, University of St Andrews
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Great ape gestures: intentional communication with a rich set of innate signals
RW Byrne, E Cartmill, E Genty, KE Graham, C Hobaiter, J Tanner
Animal cognition 20, 755-769, 2017
2222017
Bonobo and chimpanzee gestures overlap extensively in meaning
KE Graham, C Hobaiter, J Ounsley, T Furuichi, RW Byrne
PLoS biology 16 (2), e2004825, 2018
962018
The gestural repertoire of the wild bonobo (Pan paniscus): a mutually understood communication system
KE Graham, T Furuichi, RW Byrne
Animal Cognition 20, 171-177, 2017
772017
Scratching beneath the surface: intentionality in great ape signal production
KE Graham, C Wilke, NJ Lahiff, KE Slocombe
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1789), 20180403, 2020
422020
Cases of maternal cannibalism in wild bonobos (Pan paniscus) from two different field sites, Wamba and Kokolopori, Democratic Republic of the Congo
N Tokuyama, DL Moore, KE Graham, A Lokasola, T Furuichi
Primates 58, 7-12, 2017
392017
Dominance style is a key predictor of vocal use and evolution across nonhuman primates
E Kavanagh, SE Street, FO Angwela, TJ Bergman, MB Blaszczyk, LM Bolt, ...
Royal Society open science 8 (7), 210873, 2021
192021
A socio-ecological perspective on the gestural communication of great ape species, individuals, and social units
KE Graham, G Badihi, A Safryghin, C Grund, C Hobaiter
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 34 (3), 235-259, 2022
182022
Context, not sequence order, affects the meaning of bonobo (Pan paniscus) gestures
KE Graham, T Furuichi, RW Byrne
Gesture 19 (2-3), 335-364, 2020
182020
Foraging behaviour of three primate species in a Costa Rican coastal lowland tropical wet forest
KE Graham, MJ Bulloch, TR Lewis
Biodiversity Journal 4 (2), 327-334, 2013
172013
Towards a great ape dictionary: Inexperienced humans understand common nonhuman ape gestures
KE Graham, C Hobaiter
PLoS Biology 21 (1), e3001939, 2023
142023
Are ape gestures like words? Outstanding issues in detecting similarities and differences between human language and ape gesture
C Hobaiter, KE Graham, RW Byrne
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 377 (1860), 20210301, 2022
142022
DeepWild: Application of the pose estimation tool DeepLabCut for behaviour tracking in wild chimpanzees and bonobos
C Wiltshire, J Lewis‐Cheetham, V Komedová, T Matsuzawa, KE Graham, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 92 (8), 1560-1574, 2023
122023
Long-sightedness in old wild bonobos during grooming
H Ryu, KE Graham, T Sakamaki, T Furuichi
Current Biology 26 (21), R1131-R1132, 2016
122016
Morphology and ecology of Sibon snakes (Squamata: Dipsadidae) from two forests in Central America
TR Lewis, RK Griffin, PBC Grant, A Figueroa, JM Ray, KE Graham, ...
Phyllomedusa: Journal of Herpetology 12 (1), 47-55, 2013
122013
Dialects in leaf-clipping and other leaf-modifying gestures between neighbouring communities of East African chimpanzees
G Badihi, KE Graham, B Fallon, A Safryghin, A Soldati, K Zuberbühler, ...
Scientific Reports 13 (1), 147, 2023
102023
GesturalOrigins: A bottom-up framework for establishing systematic gesture data across ape species
C Grund, G Badihi, KE Graham, A Safryghin, C Hobaiter
Behavior Research Methods 56 (2), 986-1001, 2024
82024
Shared semantics: Exploring the interface between human and chimpanzee gestural communication
M Henderson, PG Grosz, KE Graham, C Hobaiter, P Patel‐Grosz
Mind & Language, 2024
22024
Primate origins of discourse-managing gestures: the case of hand fling
P Patel-Grosz, M Henderson, PG Grosz, K Graham, C Hobaiter
Linguistics Vanguard 9 (1), 63-72, 2024
22024
Detecting joint attention events in mother-infant dyads: Sharing looks cannot be reliably identified by naïve third-party observers
KE Graham, JC Buryn-Weitzel, NJ Lahiff, C Wilke, KE Slocombe
Plos one 16 (7), e0255241, 2021
22021
Meaning and context in the gestural communication of wild bilia (bonobo: Pan paniscus)
KE Graham
University of St Andrews, 2017
22017
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