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Durham University

Department of Anthropology

Academic Staff

Professor Russell Hill - all publications

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  • Hill, R.A. (2019). From 150 to 3 Dunbar’s numbers. In Dunbar's Number. Shankland, D. Sean Kingston Publishing. 45.
  • Hill, R.A. (2019). Reflections on 'Babooning'. In Curious about Nature: A Passion for Fieldwork. Burt, T. & Thompson, D. Cambridge Cambridge University Press.
  • Hill, R.A. (2017). Dunbar, R.I.M. (Robin Ian MacDonald). In The International Encyclopaedia of Primatology. Fuentes, A. Chichester, UK Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Nowak, K., Hill, R.A., Wimberger, K. & le Roux, A. (2016). Risk-taking in samango monkeys in relation to human observers at two sites in South Africa. In Ethnoprimatology: Primate Conservation in the 21st Century. Waller, M. Springer. 301-314.
  • Maier, M.A., Hill, R.A., Elliot, A.J. & Barton, R.A. (2015). Color in achievement contexts in humans. In Handbook of color psychology. Elliot, A.J., Fairchild, M.D. & Franklin, A. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 568-584.
  • Hill, R.A., Sellers, W.I., Logan, B. & Zapala, J. (2012). An agent-based model of group decision-making in baboons. In Modelling Natural Action Selection. Seth, A., Prescott, T. & Bryson, J. Cambridge University Press. 454-476.
  • Wiedemann, D., Barton, R.A. & Hill, R.A. (2012). Evolutionary approaches to sport. In Applied Evolutionary Psychology. Roberts, S.C. Oxford University Press. 290-307.
  • Hill, R.A. (2008). Nonhuman primate approaches to landscapes. In Handbook of Landscape Archaeology. David, B. & Thomas, J. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press, Inc. 95-101.
  • Hill, R.A. (2006). Predation risk and habitat use in chacma baboons (Papio hamadryas ursinus). In Primates and their predators. Gursky, S. & Nekaris K.A.I. New York: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 339-354.
  • Sellers, W.I., Hill, R.A. & Logan, B. (2005). Biorealistic simulation of baboon foraging using agent-based modelling. In Modelling natural action selection: Proceedings of an international workshop. Bryson, J.J., Prescott, T.J. & Seth, A.K. AISB Press. 127-134.
  • Hill, R.A. (2005). Day length seasonality and the thermal environment. In Primate seasonality: implications for human evolution. Brockman, D.K. & van Schaik, C.P. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 197-213.
  • Hill, R.A. & Cowlishaw, G. (2002). Foraging female baboons exhibit similar patterns of antipredator vigilance across two populations. In Eat or be eaten: predator sensitive foraging among primates. Miller, L.E. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 187-204.

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