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Charlotte Defolie

Curriculum vitae

  • PhD. position at the Department of Sociobiology and Anthropology, University of Göttingen, Germany, (2014 - present).
    PhD Project: “A healthy social life? Sociality, stress and indicators of health in wild redfronted lemurs (Eulemur rufifrons)”
  • Field team leader. Kudat, Malaysia, (2014)
    "Monkeybar project: exploring malaria transmission between wild macaques and humans. Influence of macaque behaviour, density and distribution. Influence of agriculture and forest type."
  • Field Assistant. Palenque, Mexico, (2012)
    "Social and genetic factors mediating individual participation in howling bouts and group defense in black howler monkeys (Alouatta pigra)."
  • Msc. Degree in Animal behaviour, University of Paris 13, France, (2012).
    Thesis: “Hand preference in object manipulation and gestural communication in Tufted capuchins (Cebus apella). Effects of the experimenter attentional state on gestural communication."
  • Msc. Degree in Animal behaviour, University of Rennes 1, France, (2011).
    Thesis: "Effects of physical and social environment novelty on a group of captives bonobos (Pan paniscus). Search for vocal signature by sex, kinship and hierarchy."
  • Bachelor degree in Neurosciences, University Aix-Marseille 1, France, (2010).


Research Interests

  • Sociobiology
  • Influence of animal behaviour and human disturbances on health
  • Social cognition
  • Biodiversity & Conservation

Memberships

  • SFDP: French speaking society of primatology

 

Conferences

Defolie C., Malassis R., Serre M., Meunier H. 2013. Tufted capuchins (Cebus apella) adapt their communicative behaviour to human’s attentional states. European Federation of Primatology.

Levréro F., Déruti L., Touitou S., Defolie C., Mathevon N. 2013 Who's calling? Reliability of individual signature in bonobo’s calls. European Federation of Primatology.

Defolie C., Meunier H. 2012. Brown tufted capuchins (Cebus apella) adapt their communicative behaviour to human’s attentional states. French Speaking Society of Primatology.

Levréro F., Déruti L., Defolie C., Guéry J-P., Mathevon N. Reliability of individual signature in bonobo’s calls. French Speaking Society of Primatology.

Defolie C., Guéry J-P., Levréro F. 2012. Importance of group cohesion in bonobos (Pan paniscus) facing environmental changes. French Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour.




Publications


Defolie C, Malassis R, Serre M, Meunier H (in press) Tufted capuchins (Cebus apella) adapt their behaviour in response to human’s attentional states. Animal cognition.
Meunier H, Fagard J, Fizet J, Canteloup C, Defolie C, Vauclair J (2013) Baboons, macaques, capuchins and Human infants show the same patterns of hand preference in gestural communication. Developmental Psychobiology 55(6): 662-671.





Charlotte Defolie

Charlotte Defolie

PhD student
Department Sociobiology/Anthropology
University Göttingen
Kellnerweg 6
D - 37077 Göttingen
Germany
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