Steffen Foerster
Steffen Foerster
Senior Research Scientist, Department of Evolutionary Anthropology, Duke University
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TitleCited byYear
Social behavior shapes the chimpanzee pan-microbiome
AH Moeller, S Foerster, ML Wilson, AE Pusey, BH Hahn, H Ochman
Science Advances 2 (1), e1500997, 2016
942016
Correlates of bushmeat hunting among remote rural households in Gabon, Central Africa
S Foerster, DS Wilkie, GA Morelli, J Demmer, M Starkey, P Telfer, M Steil, ...
Conservation Biology 26 (2), 335-344, 2012
772012
Socialization of infant blue monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis stuhlmanni): Allomaternal interactions and sex differences
S Förster, M Cords
Behaviour 142 (7), 869-896, 2005
502005
Social bonds in the dispersing sex: partner preferences among adult female chimpanzees
S Foerster, K McLellan, K Schroepfer-Walker, CM Murray, C Krupenye, ...
Animal behaviour 105, 139-152, 2015
442015
Seasonal energetic stress in a tropical forest primate: proximate causes and evolutionary implications
S Foerster, M Cords, SL Monfort
PLoS One 7 (11), e50108, 2012
442012
Chimpanzee females queue but males compete for social status
S Foerster, M Franz, CM Murray, IC Gilby, JT Feldblum, KK Walker, ...
Scientific reports 6, 35404, 2016
402016
Development of Mother-Infant Relationships and Infant Behavior in Wild Blue Monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis stuhlmanni)
S Förster, M Cords
The guenons: Diversity and adaptation in African monkeys, 245-272, 2004
372004
Human livelihoods and protected areas in Gabon: a cross-sectional comparison of welfare and consumption patterns
S Foerster, DS Wilkie, GA Morelli, J Demmer, M Starkey, P Telfer, M Steil
Oryx 45 (3), 347-356, 2011
312011
Fecal glucocorticoids as indicators of metabolic stress in female Sykes' monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis albogularis)
S Foerster, SL Monfort
Hormones and behavior 58 (4), 685-697, 2010
312010
Social behavior, foraging strategies, and fecal glucocorticoids in female blue monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis): potential fitness benefits of high rank in a forest guenon
S Foerster, M Cords, SL Monfort
American Journal of Primatology 73 (9), 870-882, 2011
282011
Relationships and resource uncertainty: cooperative development of Efe hunter gatherer infants and toddlers
G Morelli, PI Henry, S Foerster
Ancestral Landscapes in Human Evolution: Culture, Childrearing and Social …, 2014
22*2014
Two incidents of venomous snakebite on juvenile blue and Sykes monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis stuhlmanni and C. m. albogularis)
S Foerster
Primates 49 (4), 300-303, 2008
222008
Social status and helminth infections in female forest guenons (Cercopithecus mitis)
S Foerster, K Kithome, M Cords, SL Monfort
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 158 (1), 55-66, 2015
142015
Personality in the chimpanzees of Gombe National Park
A Weiss, ML Wilson, DA Collins, D Mjungu, S Kamenya, S Foerster, ...
Scientific data 4, 170146, 2017
82017
Feeding habitat quality and behavioral trade-offs in chimpanzees: a case for species distribution models
S Foerster, Y Zhong, L Pintea, CM Murray, ML Wilson, DC Mjungu, ...
Behavioral ecology 27 (4), 1004-1016, 2016
62016
Oviposition high above water in Micrathyria dictynna Ris (Anisoptera: Libellulidae)
S Förster
Odonatologica 27 (3), 365-369, 1998
51998
Arboreality and infant behavioral development: new data from wild blue monkeys
S Foerster, M Cords
Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. S 36, 95-96, 2003
22003
Fighting back: Population recovery and expansion of the range size of the Mitumba chimpanzee community in Gombe National Park, Tanzania
D Mjungu, ML Wilson, S Foerster, AE Pusey
PeerJ Preprints, 2016
12016
The behavioral costs of parasitism in female chacma baboons (Papio ursinus)
EC Shattuck, L Swedell, S Foerster
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 165, 250-250, 2018
2018
Promiscuity or partner preference? Male-female interactions across reproductive states reflect female strategies for avoiding aggression
EE Boehm, AR Rogers, S Foerster, EE Wroblewski, AE Pusey
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 162, 124-125, 2017
2017
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