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Oliver Schülke
Oliver Schülke
University of Göttingen and German Primate Center
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Social bonds enhance reproductive success in male macaques
O Schülke, J Bhagavatula, L Vigilant, J Ostner
Current Biology 20 (24), 2207-2210, 2010
5182010
Responses to social and environmental stress are attenuated by strong male bonds in wild macaques
C Young, B Majolo, M Heistermann, O Schülke, J Ostner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (51), 18195-18200, 2014
2572014
Dominance, aggression and physiological stress in wild male Assamese macaques (Macaca assamensis)
J Ostner, M Heistermann, O Schülke
Hormones and Behavior 54 (5), 613-619, 2008
1772008
Female reproductive synchrony predicts skewed paternity across primates
J Ostner, CL Nunn, O Schülke
Behavioral Ecology 19 (6), 1150-1158, 2008
1582008
Linking sociality to fitness in primates: a call for mechanisms
J Ostner, O Schülke
Advances in the Study of Behavior 50, 127-175, 2018
1462018
Social bonds predict future cooperation in male Barbary macaques, Macaca sylvanus
A Berghänel, J Ostner, U Schröder, O Schülke
Animal Behaviour 81 (6), 1109-1116, 2011
1422011
Ecological and social influences on sociality
O Schülke, J Ostner
The evolution of primate societies, 195-219, 2012
1332012
So near and yet so far: territorial pairs but low cohesion between pair partners in a nocturnal lemur, Phaner furcifer
O Schülke, PM Kappeler
Animal Behaviour 65 (2), 331-343, 2003
1312003
Locomotor play drives motor skill acquisition at the expense of growth: A life history trade-off
A Berghänel, O Schülke, J Ostner
Science advances 1 (7), e1500451, 2015
1142015
The evolution of social bonds in primate males
J Ostner, O Schülke
Behaviour 151 (7), 871-906, 2014
1012014
Prenatal stress accelerates offspring growth to compensate for reduced maternal investment across mammals
A Berghänel, M Heistermann, O Schülke, J Ostner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (50), E10658-E10666, 2017
922017
Food abundance affects energy intake and reproduction in frugivorous female Assamese macaques
M Heesen, S Rogahn, J Ostner, O Schülke
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (7), 1053-1066, 2013
902013
Male competition and its hormonal correlates in Assamese macaques (Macaca assamensis)
J Ostner, M Heistermann, O Schülke
Hormones and Behavior 59 (1), 105-113, 2011
832011
Stable heterosexual associations in a promiscuous primate
J Ostner, L Vigilant, J Bhagavatula, M Franz, O Schülke
Animal Behaviour 86 (3), 623-631, 2013
812013
Reproductive and Life History Parameters of Wild Female Macaca assamensis
I Fürtbauer, O Schülke, M Heistermann, J Ostner
International Journal of Primatology 31 (4), 501-517, 2010
812010
Small testes size despite high extra-pair paternity in the pair-living nocturnal primate Phaner furcifer
O Schülke, PM Kappeler, H Zischler
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55 (3), 293-301, 2004
812004
To breed or not to breed—food competition and other factors involved in female breeding decisions in the pair-living nocturnal fork-marked lemur (Phaner furcifer)
O Schülke
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55 (1), 11-21, 2003
792003
You mate, I mate: macaque females synchronize sex not cycles
I Fürtbauer, R Mundry, M Heistermann, O Schülke, J Ostner
PLoS One 6 (10), e26144, 2011
752011
Personality structure and social style in macaques.
MJ Adams, B Majolo, J Ostner, O Schülke, A De Marco, B Thierry, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 109 (2), 338, 2015
732015
Prenatal stress effects in a wild, long-lived primate: predictive adaptive responses in an unpredictable environment
A Berghänel, M Heistermann, O Schülke, J Ostner
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1839), 20161304, 2016
712016
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