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Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part II)
Thursday 7th August, 13:30-15:30
Pentland
Convenors: Slocombe, K., Zuberbuhler, K., Pika, S. & Arnold, V.
738 SEMANTIC DIFFERENCES IN SIFAKA ALARM CALLS
C. Fichtel
German Primate Center, Germany
739 REFERENTIAL GESTURAL COMMUNICATION IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) IN THE WILD
S.P. Pika*1, P.M. Maciej2, J.C.M. Mitani3, K.Z. Zuberbühler4
1University of Manchester, United Kingdom, 2University of Leipzig, Germany, 3University of Michigan, United States, 4University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom
740 THE FUNCTION OF WHITE-FACED CAPUCHIN VOCALIZATIONS DIFFERS FROM THE SIGNALER'S AND RECIPIENT’S PERSPECTIVE
J. Gros-Louis
Indiana University, United States
741 ARE LOUD CALLS OF CAMPBELL’S MONKEY MALES SEMANTIC COMBINATIONS?
A. Lemasson*1, K. Ouattara1, K. Zuberbühler2
1Université de Rennes 1 - UMR 6552, CNRS, France, 2Saint Andrews University - School of Psychology, United Kingdom
742 A LITTLE OF THIS, A LOT OF THAT: SPECIFICITY AND VARIABILITY IN NONHUMAN PRIMATE VOCAL REPERTOIRES
M.J. Owren*1, E.R. Patel1
1Georgia State University, United States, 2Cornell University, United States
743 INFORMATION CONTENT OF NONHUMAN PRIMATE CALL SEQUENCES
Kurt Hammerschmidt*, Julia Fischer
German Primate Center, Germany