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Prof Ann MacLarnon, MA, PhD

Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology in the Department of Anthropology

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Biography

I have worked on a broad range of areas in evolutionary anthropology, including comparative studies of life histories, spinal cord, brain size and gut size, and the evolution of human speech and breathing control. In recent years, my main focus has been on ecological physiology and I have directed a non-invasive hormone lab for 15 years, which I have recently moved to Durham. I have collaborated with many behavioural ecologists working on primates and other mammals to investigate together questions of reproductive, stress and energetic ecology combining physiological and behavioural measures. My postgraduate students have conducted field projects in Nigeria, Morocco, Puerto Rico, Brazil, South Africa and Madagascar, as well as working with captive and semi-free-ranging primates in Europe. 

I am interested in supervising students on areas of ecological physiology in particular, including non-invasive measurement of hormone measures.

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Research Groups

Department of Anthropology

Research Interests

  • Ecological physiology
  • Behavioural endocrinology
  • Adaptation and stress
  • Sociality and stress
  • Evolution of human speech breathing control

Publications

Chapter in book

  • Warren, Ymke, Higham, James P., Maclarnon, Ann M. & Ross, Caroline (2011). Crop-raiding and Commensalism in Olive Baboons: The Costs and Benefits of Living with Humans. In PRIMATES OF GASHAKA: SOCIOECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION IN NIGERIA'S BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOT. Sommer, V & Ross, C 233 SPRING STREET, NEW YORK, NY 10013, UNITED STATES: SPRINGER. 307-332.
  • Ross, Caroline, Warren, Ymke, Maclarnon, Ann M. & Higham, James P. (2011). How Different Are Gashaka's Baboons? Forest and Open Country Populations Compared. In PRIMATES OF GASHAKA: SOCIOECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION IN NIGERIA'S BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOT. Sommer, V & Ross, C 233 SPRING STREET, NEW YORK, NY 10013, UNITED STATES: SPRINGER. 333-359.

Conference Paper

  • ROSS, C & MACLARNON, A (1995), Ecological and social correlates of maternal expenditure on infant growth in haplorhine primates, in Pryce, CR, Martin, RD & Skuse, D eds, MOTHERHOOD IN HUMAN AND NONHUMAN PRIMATES: BIOSOCIAL DETERMINANTS A H Schultz Stift, Zurich; Dr Keinz Karger Gedachtnisstif, Basel; Schweizer Nationalfonds Forder Wissensch Forsch, Bern, Switzerland. POSTFACH, CH-4009 BASEL, SWITZERLAND, KARGER, 37-46.
  • MARTIN, RD & MACLARNON, AM (1990), REPRODUCTIVE PATTERNS IN PRIMATES AND OTHER MAMMALS - THE DICHOTOMY BETWEEN ALTRICIAL AND PRECOCIAL OFFSPRING, in DEROUSSEAU, CJ eds, MONOGRAPHS IN PRIMATOLOGY 14: PRIMATE LIFE HISTORY AND EVOLUTION WENNER GREN FDN ANTHR RES. NEW YORK, WILEY-LISS, INC, 47-79.

Journal Article

  • Kemp, Caralyn, Thatcher, Harriet, Farningham, David, Witham, Claire, MacLarnon, Ann, Holmes, Amanda, Semple, Stuart & Bethell, Emily J. (2017). A protocol for training group-housed rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) to cooperate with husbandry and research procedures using positive reinforcement. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 197: 90-100.
  • Rincon, Alan V., Marechal, Laetitia, Semple, Stuart, Majolo, Bonaventura & MacLarnon, Ann (2017). Correlates of androgens in wild male Barbary macaques: Testing the challenge hypothesis. American Journal of Primatology 79(10): e22689.
  • Barnett A.A., Ronchi-Teles, B., Silva, W.S., Andrade, R., Almeida, T., Bezerra, B.M., Goncalves de Lima, M., Spironello, W.R., MacLarnon, A., Ross, C. & Shaw, P.J.A. (2017). Covert carnivory? A seed-predating primate, the golden-backed uacari, shows preferences for insect-infested fruits. Journal of Zoological Research 1(1): 16-31.
  • Carne, Charlotte, Semple, Stuart, MacLarnon, Ann, Majolo, Bonaventura & Marechal, Laetitia (2017). Implications of Tourist-Macaque Interactions for Disease Transmission. EcoHealth 14(4): 704-717.
  • Marechal, Latitia, Semple, Stuart, Majolo, Bonaventura & MacLarnon, Ann (2016). Assessing the Effects of Tourist Provisioning on the Health of Wild Barbary Macaques in Morocco. PLoS ONE 11(5): e0155920.
  • Bethell, Emily J., Holmes, Amanda, MacLarnon, Ann & Semple, Stuart (2016). Emotion Evaluation and Response Slowing in a Non-Human Primate: New Directions for Cognitive Bias Measures of Animal Emotion?. Behavioural Sciences 6(1): 2.
  • Barnett, Adrian A., Bezerra, Bruna M., Santos, Paulo J. P., Spironello, Wilson R., Shaw, Peter J. A., MacLarnon, Ann & Ross, Caroline (2016). Foraging with finesse: A hard-fruit-eating primate selects the weakest areas as bite sites. American journal of physical anthropology 160(1): 113-125.
  • van Heteren, Anneke H., MacLarnon, Ann, Soligo, Christophe & Rae, Todd C. (2016). Functional morphology of the cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) mandible: a 3D geometric morphometric analysis. Organisms Diversity & Evolution 16(1): 299-314.
  • Cristobal-Azkarate, Jurgi, Marechal, Laetitia, Semple, Stuart, Majolo, Bonaventura & MacLarnon, Ann (2016). Metabolic strategies in wild male Barbary macaques: evidence from faecal measurement of thyroid hormone. Biology letters 12(4): 20160168.
  • Marechal, Laetitia, MacLarnon, Ann, Majolo, Bonaventura & Semple, Stuart (2016). Primates' behavioural responses to tourists: evidence for a tradeoff between potential risks and benefits. Scientific Reports 6: 32465.
  • Barnett, Adrian A., Almeida, Thais, Andrade, Richelly, Boyle, Sarah, de Lima, Marcelo Goncalves, Maclarnon, Ann, Ross, Caroline, Silva, Welma Sousa, Spironello, Wilson R. & Ronchi-Teles, Beatriz (2015). Ants in their plants: Pseudomyrmex ants reduce primate, parrot and squirrel predation on Macrolobium acaciifolium (Fabaceae) seeds in Amazonian Brazil. BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY 114(2): 260-273.
  • MacLarnon, A. M., Sommer, V., Goffe, A. S., Higham, J. P., Lodge, E., Tkaczynski, P. & Ross, C. (2015). Assessing adaptability and reactive scope: Introducing a new measure and illustrating its use through a case study of environmental stress in forest-living baboons. General and comparative endocrinology 215: 10-24.
  • Barnett, Adrian, Shaw, Peter, MacLarnon, Ann, Spironello, Wilson & Ross, Caroline (2015). Concealed Insectivory: Seed-Dwellers and Stem-Borers in the Diet of a Specialist Seed Predator, the Golden-Backed Uacari, Cacajao ouakary. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 86(4): 245.
  • Marechal, Laetitia, Semple, Stuart, Majolo, Bonaventura & MacLarnon, Ann (2015). Environmental Factors Affecting Energetic Status in Wild Barbary Macaques. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 86(4): 313-314.
  • Bethell, Emily, Kemp, Caralyn, Holmes, Amanda, MacLarnon, Ann & Semple, Stuart (2015). Quantitative Approaches to the Study of Emotions in Non-Human Primates: Lessons from Human Cognitive Neuroscience. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 86(4): 247.
  • Tkaczynski, Patrick, MacLarnon, Ann & Ross, Caroline (2014). Associations between spatial position, stress and anxiety in forest baboons Papio anubis. BEHAVIOURAL PROCESSES 108: 1-6.
  • Brent, Lauren J. N., Semple, Stuart, Maclarnon, Ann, Ruiz-Lambides, Angelina, Gonzalez-Martinez, Janis & Platt, Michael L. (2014). Causes and reproductive consequences of social network position and personality in free-ranging rhesus macaques. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 153(58, SI): 85.
  • van Heteren, Anneke H., MacLarnon, Ann, Soligo, Christophe & Rae, Todd C. (2014). Functional morphology of the cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) cranium: a three-dimensional geometric morphometric analysis. QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL 339: 209-216.
  • Brent, Lauren J. N., Semple, Stuart, MacLarnon, Ann, Ruiz-Lambides, Angelina, Gonzalez-Martinez, Janis & Platt, Michael L. (2014). Personality Traits in Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta) Are Heritable but Do Not Predict Reproductive Output. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 35(1): 188-209.
  • Barnett, A. A., Ronchi-Teles, B., Almeida, T., Deveny, A., Schiel-Baracuhy, V., Souza-Silva, W., Spironello, W., Ross, C. & MacLarnon, A. (2013). Arthropod Predation by a Specialist Seed Predator, the Golden-backed Uacari (Cacajao melanocephalus ouakary, Pitheciidae) in Brazilian Amazonia. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 34(3): 470-485.
  • Barnett, A. A., Ronchi-Teles, B., Almeida, T., Deveny, A., Schiel-Baracuhy, V., Sousa Silva, W., Spironello, W., Ross, C. & MacLarnon, A. (2013). Arthropod Predation by a Specialist Seed Predator, the Golden-backed Uacari (Cacajao melanocephalus ouakary, Pitheciidae) in Brazilian Amazonia (vol 34, pg 470, 2013). INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 34(4): 860.
  • Lodge, E., Ross, C., Ortmann, S. & MacLarnon, A. M. (2013). Influence of diet and stress on reproductive hormones in Nigerian olive baboons. GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY 191: 146-154.
  • McFarland, Richard, MacLarnon, Ann, Heistermann, Michael & Semple, Stuart (2013). Physiological stress hormone levels and mating behaviour are negatively correlated in male rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). ANIMAL BIOLOGY 63(3): 331-341.
  • Brent, Lauren J. N., MacLarnon, Ann, Platt, Michael L. & Semple, Stuart (2013). Seasonal changes in the structure of rhesus macaque social networks. BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY 67(3): 349-359.
  • Gustison, Morgan L., Maclarnon, Ann, Wiper, Sue & Semple, Stuart (2012). An experimental study of behavioural coping strategies in free-ranging female Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus). STRESS-THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ON THE BIOLOGY OF STRESS 15(6): 608-617.
  • Bethell, E. J., Holmes, A., MacLarnon, A. & Semple, S. (2012). Cognitive bias in a non-human primate: husbandry procedures influence cognitive indicators of psychological well-being in captive rhesus macaques. ANIMAL WELFARE 21(2): 185-195.
  • Kaburu, Stefano S. K., MacLarnon, Ann, Majolo, Bonaventura, Qarro, Mohamed & Semple, Stuart (2012). Dominance rank and self-scratching among wild female Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus). AFRICAN ZOOLOGY 47(1): 74-79.
  • Bethell, Emily J., Holmes, Amanda, MacLarnon, Ann & Semple, Stuart (2012). Evidence That Emotion Mediates Social Attention in Rhesus Macaques. PLOS ONE 7(8): e44387.
  • Buck, Laura T., Stringer, Chris B., Maclarnon, Ann M. & Rae, Todd C. (2012). Paranasal sinus shape in Pleistocene hominins. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 147(54): 108.
  • Barnett, Adrian A., Boyle, Sarah A., Pinto, Liliam P., Lourenco, Waldete C., Almeida, Thais, Silva, Welma Sousa, Ronchi-Teles, Beatriz, Bezerra, Bruna M., Ross, Caroline, MacLarnon, Ann & Spironello, Wilson R. (2012). Primary seed dispersal by three Neotropical seed-predating primates (Cacajao melanocephalus ouakary, Chiropotes chiropotes and Chiropotes albinasus). JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY 28(6): 543-555.
  • Barnett, Adrian Ashton, Shaw, Peter, Spironello, Wilson R., MacLarnon, Ann & Ross, Caroline (2012). Sleeping site selection by golden-backed uacaris, Cacajao melanocephalus ouakary (Pitheciidae), in Amazonian flooded forests. PRIMATES 53(3): 273-285.
  • Barnett, Adrian A., Boyle, Sarah A., Norconk, Marilyn M., Palminteri, Suzanne, Santos, Ricardo R., Veiga, Liza M., Alvim, Thiago H. G., Bowler, Mark, Chism, Janice, Di Fiore, Anthony, Fernandez-Duque, Eduardo, Guimaraes, Ana C. P., Harrison-Levine, Amy, Haugaasen, Torbjorn, Lehman, Shawn, Mackinnon, Katherine C., De Melo, Fabiano R., Moreira, Leandro S., Moura, Viviane S., Phillips, Carson R., Pinto, Liliam P., Port-Carvalho, Marcio, Setz, Eleonore Z. F., Shaffer, Christopher, Da Silva, Ivia Rodrigues, Da Silva, Suleima Do S. B., Soares, Rafaela F., Thompson, Cynthia L., Vieira, Tatiana M., Vreedzaam, Arioene, Walker-Pacheco, Suzanne E., Spironello, Wilson R., Maclarnon, Ann & Ferrari, Stephen F. (2012). Terrestrial Activity in Pitheciins (Cacajao, Chiropotes, and Pithecia). AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 74(12): 1106-1127.
  • Barnett, Adrian A., Almeida, Thais, Spironello, Wilson R., Silva, Welma Sousa, MacLarnon, Ann & Ross, Caroline (2012). Terrestrial Foraging by Cacajao melanocephalus ouakary (Primates) in Amazonian Brazil: Is Choice of Seed Patch Size and Position Related to Predation Risk? FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 83(2): 126-139.
  • Gustison, M. L., MacLarnon, A. & Semple, S. (2011). AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF BEHAVIORAL COPING STRATEGIES IN FREE-RANGING FEMALE BARBARY MACAQUES (MACACA SYLVANUS). AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 73(1): 82.
  • Barnett, A., Ross, C. & MacLarnon, A. (2011). GOLDEN-BACKED UACARI FORAGING ECOLOGY DYNAMICS: A CRITICAL TEST OF THE SEASONAL RESOURCE CONSTRAINT MODEL. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 73(1): 70.
  • Marechal, Laetitia, Semple, Stuart, Majolo, Bonaventura, Qarro, Mohamed, Heistermann, Michael & MacLarnon, Ann (2011). Impacts of tourism on anxiety and physiological stress levels in wild male Barbary macaques. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION 144(9): 2188-2193.
  • Brent, L. J. N., Semple, S., Dubuc, C., Heistermann, M. & MacLarnon, A. (2011). Social capital and physiological stress levels in free-ranging adult female rhesus macaques. PHYSIOLOGY \& BEHAVIOR 102(1): 76-83.
  • Ellis, Jacklyn J., MacLarnon, Ann M., Heistermann, Michael & Semple, Stuart (2011). The social correlates of self-directed behaviour and faecal glucocorticoid levels among adult male olive baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis) in Gashaka-Gumti National Park, Nigeria. AFRICAN ZOOLOGY 46(2): 302-308.
  • Brent, L. J. N., Semple, S., Dubuc, C., Heistermann, M. & MacLarnon, A. (2010). SOCIAL CAPITAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL STRESS LEVELS IN ADULT FEMALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA). AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 72(1): 68.
  • Higham, James P., Semple, Stuart, MacLarnon, Ann, Heistermann, Michael & Ross, Caroline (2009). Female reproductive signaling, and male mating behavior, in the olive baboon. HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR 55(1): 60-67.
  • Higham, James P., Warren, Ymke, Adanu, Jeremiah, Umaru, Buba N., MacLarnon, Ann M., Sommer, Volker & Ross, Caroline (2009). Living on the Edge: Life-History of Olive Baboons at Gashaka-Gumti National Park, Nigeria. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 71(4): 293-304.
  • Higham, James P., MacLarnon, Ann M., Heistermann, Michael, Ross, Caroline & Semple, Stuart (2009). Rates of self-directed behaviour and faecal glucocorticoid levels are not correlated in female wild olive baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis). STRESS-THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ON THE BIOLOGY OF STRESS 12(6): 526-532.
  • Dubuc, Constance, Brent, Lauren J. N., Accamando, Amanda K., Gerald, Melissa S., MacLarnon, Ann, Semple, Stuart, Heistermann, Michael & Engelhardt, Antje (2009). Sexual Skin Color Contains Information About the Timing of the Fertile Phase in Free-ranging Macaca mulatta. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 30(6): 777-789.
  • Higham, J. P., Ross, C., MacLarnon, A. M., Heistermann, M. & Semple, S. (2009). Sexual swellings and mate choice in olive baboons. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 150.
  • Higham, J., Nodza, G., Buba, U., Heistermann, M., Ross, C. & MacLarnon, A. M. (2009). USING FEEDING TRACES TO DETERMINE FOOD PRIORITY OF AYE-AYE (DAUBENTONIA MADAGASCARIENSIS) IN RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 71: 101.
  • Higham, James P., MacLarnon, Ann M., Ross, Caroline, Heistermann, Michael & Semple, Stuart (2008). Baboon sexual swellings: Information content of size and color. HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR 53(3): 452-462.
  • Higham, James P., Ross, Caroline, Warren, Ymke, Heistermann, Michael & MacLarnon, Ann (2008). Reduced reproductive function in wild baboons related to natural consumption of plant compounds. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 79(5): 338-339.
  • MacLarnon, A. M., Semple, S., Shutt, K., Heistermann, M. & Higham, J. P. (2008). Sociality and stress in Macaques and baboons. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 79(5): 355.
  • Higham, James P., Heistermann, Michael, Ross, Caroline, Semple, Stuart & MacLarnon, Ann (2008). The timing of ovulation with respect to sexual swelling detumescence in wild olive baboons. PRIMATES 49(4): 295-299.
  • Shutt, Kathryn, MacLarnon, Ann, Heistermann, Michael & Semple, Stuart (2007). Grooming in Barbary macaques: better to give than to receive? BIOLOGY LETTERS 3(3): 231-233.
  • Higham, James P., Ross, Caroline, Warren, Ymke, Heistermann, Michael & MacLarnon, Ann M. (2007). Reduced reproductive function in wild baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis) related to natural consumption of the African black plum (Vitex doniana). HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR 52(3): 384-390.
  • Martin, RD, MacLarnon, AM, Phillips, JL, Dussubieux, L, Williams, PR & Dobyns, WB (2006). Comment on ``The brain of LB1, Homo floresiensis''. SCIENCE 312(5776).
  • Martin, Robert D., Maclarnon, Ann M., Phillips, James L. & Dobyns, William B. (2006). Flores hominid: New species or microcephalic dwarf? ANATOMICAL RECORD PART A-DISCOVERIES IN MOLECULAR CELLULAR AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY 288A(11): 1123-1145.
  • Jones, KE & MacLarnon, AM (2004). Affording larger brains: Testing hypotheses of mammalian brain evolution on bats. AMERICAN NATURALIST 164(1): E20-E31.
  • MacLarnon, A. & Ross, C. (2004). Diets, brains and guts: Correlations and their evolutionary significance. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 75(1): 297.
  • Maclarnon, A & Hewitt, G (2004). Increased breathing control: Another factor in the evolution of human language. EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY 13(5): 181-197.
  • Jones, KE, Purvis, A, MacLarnon, A, Bininda-Emonds, ORP & Simmons, NB (2002). A phylogenetic supertree of the bats (Mammalia Chiroptera). BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS 77(2): 223-259.
  • Hewitt, G, MacLarnon, A & Jones, KE (2002). The functions of laryngeal air sacs in primates: A new hypothesis. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 73(2-3): 70-94.
  • Jones, KE & MacLarnon, A (2001). Bat life histories: Testing models of mammalian life-history evolution. EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH 3(4): 465-476.
  • MacLarnon, A & Ross, C (2000). Evolution of non-maternal care in primates - Preface and acknowledgements. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 71(1-2): 5.
  • Ross, C & MacLarnon, A (2000). The evolution of non-maternal care in anthropoid primates: A test of the hypotheses. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 71(1-2): 93-113.
  • MacLarnon, AM & Hewitt, GP (1999). The evolution of human speech: The role of enhanced breathing control. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 109(3): 341-363.
  • MacLarnon, A (1996). The evolution of the spinal cord in primates: Evidence from the foramen magnum and the vertebral canal. JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION 30(2): 121-138.
  • MacLarnon, A (1996). The scaling of gross dimensions of the spinal cord in primates and other species. JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION 30(1): 71-87.
  • MACLARNON, A (1995). THE DISTRIBUTION OF SPINAL-CORD TISSUES AND LOCOMOTOR ADAPTATION IN PRIMATES. JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION 29(5): 463-482.
  • MACLARNON, A (1993). A THEORY OF HUMAN AND PRIMATE EVOLUTION - GROVES,CP. MAN 28(2): 369-370.
  • MACLARNON, A (1993). THE MOUSTERIAN NEANDERTHAL SKELETON KEBARA 2. JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION 25(6): 527-529.
  • MACLARNON, A (1992). KOOBI FORA RESEARCH-PROJECT, VOL 4, HOMINID CRANIAL REMAINS - WOOD,B. CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 33(5): 617-619.
  • MACLARNON, AM (1989). APPLICATIONS OF THE REFLEX INSTRUMENTS IN QUANTITATIVE MORPHOLOGY. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 53(1-4): 33-49.
  • STARK, R, ROPER, TJ, MACLARNON, AM & CHIVERS, DJ (1987). GASTROINTESTINAL ANATOMY OF THE EUROPEAN BADGER MELES-MELES L - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY. ZEITSCHRIFT FUR SAUGETIERKUNDE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MAMMALIAN BIOLOGY 52(2): 88-96.
  • MARTIN, RD & MACLARNON, AM (1986). MATERNAL INVESTMENT IN MAMMALS - REPLY. NATURE 321(6069): 538.
  • MARTIN, RD & MACLARNON, AM (1985). GESTATION PERIOD, NEONATAL SIZE AND MATERNAL INVESTMENT IN PLACENTAL MAMMALS. NATURE 313(5999): 220-223.
  • MACLARNON, A, MARTIN, RD, CHIVERS, DJ & HLADIK, CM (1984). SOME ASPECTS OF GASTROINTESTINAL ALLOMETRY IN PRIMATES AND OTHER MAMMALS. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 5(4): 358.
  • MASCIETAYLOR, CGN, MACLARNON, AM & LANIGAN, PM (1983). PERSONALITY AND IQ SCORE VARIATION IN A CAMBRIDGE UNDERGRADUATE SAMPLE. JOURNAL OF BIOSOCIAL SCIENCE 15(4): 501-508.
  • MASCIETAYLOR, CGN, MCMANUS, IC, MACLARNON, AM & LANIGAN, PM (1983). THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PHENYLTHIOCARBAMIDE (PTC) TASTING ABILITY AND PSYCHOMETRIC VARIABLES. BEHAVIOR GENETICS 13(2): 191-196.
  • MASCIETAYLOR, CGN, MACLARNON, AM, LANIGAN, PM & MCMANUS, IC (1981). FOOT-LENGTH ASYMMETRY, SEX, AND HANDEDNESS. SCIENCE 212(4501): 1416-1417.

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