Phyllis C. Lee
Phyllis C. Lee
Professor of Psychology, University of Stirling
Verified email at - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
Fission-fusion dynamics: new research frameworks
F Aureli, CM Schaffner, C Boesch, SK Bearder, J Call, CA Chapman, ...
Current Anthropology 49 (4), 627-654, 2008
Death, hope, and sex: Life-history theory and the development of reproductive strategies [and comments and reply]
JS Chisholm, PT Ellison, J Evans, PC Lee, LS Lieberman, Z Pavlik, ...
Current anthropology 34 (1), 1-24, 1993
The human community as a primate society [and comments]
L Rodseth, RW Wrangham, AM Harrigan, BB Smuts, R Dare, R Fox, ...
Current Anthropology 32 (3), 221-254, 1991
The impact of wildlife-related benefits on the conservation attitudes of local people around the Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania
S Gillingham, PC Lee
Environmental Conservation 26 (3), 218-228, 1999
Growth, weaning and maternal investment from a comparative perspective
PC Lee, P Majluf, IJ Gordon
Journal of Zoology 225 (1), 99-114, 1991
Ecology and energetics of encephalization in hominid evolution
RA Foley, PC Lee
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1991
Finite social space, evolutionary pathways, and reconstructing hominid behavior
RA Foley, PC Lee
Science 243 (4893), 901-906, 1989
Early maternal investment in male and female African elephant calves
PC Lee, CJ Moss
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 18 (5), 353-361, 1986
The meanings of weaning: growth, lactation, and life history
PC Lee
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews: Issues, News, and …, 1996
Allomothering among African elephants
PC Lee
Animal Behaviour 35 (1), 278-291, 1987
Capuchin stone tool use in Caatinga dry forest
ACA Moura, PC Lee
Science 306 (5703), 1909-1909, 2004
Nutrition, fertility and maternal investment in primates
PC Lee
Journal of Zoology 213 (3), 409-422, 1987
The movement of African elephants in a human‐dominated land‐use mosaic
MD Graham, I Douglas‐Hamilton, WM Adams, PC Lee
Animal conservation 12 (5), 445-455, 2009
Predation risk as an influence on group size in cercopithecoid primates: implications for social structure
RA Hill, PC Lee
Journal of Zoology 245 (4), 447-456, 1998
Response of fecal cortisol to stress in captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
PL Whitten, R Stavisky, F Aureli, E Russell
American Journal of Primatology 44 (1), 57-69, 1998
Human attitudes to primates: perceptions of pests, conflict and consequences for primate conservation
PC Lee, NEC Priston
Commensalism and conflict: The human-primate interface 4, 1-23, 2005
Compromised survivorship in zoo elephants
R Clubb, M Rowcliffe, P Lee, KU Mar, C Moss, GJ Mason
Science 322 (5908), 1649-1649, 2008
Behavioral correlates of non-random mortality among free-ranging female vervet monkeys
DL Cheney, PC Lee, RM Seyfarth
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 9 (2), 153-161, 1981
Socioecology and the evolution of primate reproductive rates
C Ross
Comparative primate socioecology, 73-110, 1999
People and protected areas: a study of local perceptions of wildlife crop-damage conflict in an area bordering the Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania
S Gillingham, PC Lee
Oryx 37 (3), 316-325, 2003
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20