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Forss, Sofia; Willems, E P; Call, Josep; van Schaik, C P (2016). Cognitive differences between orang-utan species: a test of the cultural intelligence hypothesis. Scientific Reports, 6:30516.

Willems, E P; van Schaik, C P (2015). Collective action and the intensity of between-group competition in nonhuman primates. Behavioral Ecology, 26(2):625-631.

Willems, E P; Arseneau, T Jean M; Schleuning, Xenia; van Schaik, C P (2015). Communal range defence in primates as a public goods dilemma. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences, 370(1683):20150003.

Willems, E P; Hellriegel, B; van Schaik, C P (2013). The collective action problem in primate territory economics. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences, 280(1759):20130081.

Buchin, K; Arseneau, T J M; Sijben, S; Willems, E P (2012). Detecting movement patterns using Brownian bridges. In: Cruz, Isabel; Knoblock, Craig; Kröger, Peer; Tanin, Egemen; Widmayer, Peter. Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems. Redondo Beach, CA: Association for Computing Machinery, 119-128.

van Noordwijk, M A; Arora, N; Willems, E P; Dunkel, L P; Amda, R N; Mardianah, N; Ackermann, C; Krützen, M; van Schaik, C P (2012). Female philopatry and its social benefits among Bornean orangutans. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 66(6):823-834.

van Woerden, J T; Willems, E P; van Schaik, C P; Isler, K (2012). Large brains buffer energetic effects of seasonal habitats in catarrhine primates. Evolution, 66(1):191-199.

Arora, N; Van Noordwijk, M A; Ackermann, C; Willems, E P; Nater, A; Greminger, M; Nietlisbach, P; Dunkel, L P; Utami Atmoko, S S; Pamungkas, J; Perwitasari-Farajallah, D; Van Schaik, C P; Krützen, M (2012). Parentage-based pedigree reconstruction reveals female matrilineal clusters and male-biased dispersal in nongregarious Asian great apes, the Bornean orang-utans (Pongo pygmaeus). Molecular Ecology, 21(13):3352-3362.

Krützen, M; Willems, E P; van Schaik, C P (2011). Culture and geographic variation in orangutan behavior. Current Biology, 21(21):1808-1812.

Weingrill, T; Willems, E P; Krützen, M; Noë, R (2011). Determinants of paternity success in a group of captive vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus aethiops sabaeus). International Journal of Primatology, 32(2):415-429.

Furrer, R D; Kyabulima, S; Willems, E P; Cant, M A; Manser, M B (2011). Location and group size influence decisions in simulated intergroup encounters in banded mongooses. Behavioral Ecology, 109(2):501-505.

Nater, A; Nietlisbach, P; Arora, N; van Schaik, C P; van Noordwijk, M A; Willems, E P; Singleton, I; Wich, S A; Goossens, B; Warren, K S; Verschoor, E J; Perwitasari-Farajallah, D; Pamungkas, J; Krützen, M (2011). Sex-biased dispersal and volcanic activities shaped phylogeographic patterns of extant orangutans (genus: Pongo). Molecular Biology and Evolution, 28(8):2275-2288.

Weingrill, T; Willems, E P; Zimmermann, N; Steinmetz, H W; Heistermann, M (2011). Species-specific patterns in fecal glucocorticoid and androgen levels in zoo-living orangutans (Pongo spp.). General and Comparative Endocrinology, 172(3):446-457.

Arora, N; Nater, A; van Schaik, C P; Willems, E P; van Noordwijk, M A; Morf, N; Krützen, M; et al (2010). Effects of Pleistocene glaciations and rivers on the population structure of Bornean orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 107(50):21376-21381.

Willems, E P; Hill, R A (2009). A critical assessment of two species distribution models: a case study of the vervet monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops). Journal of Biogeography, 36(12):2300-2312.

Willems, E P; Hill, R A (2009). Predator-specific landscapes of fear and resource distribution: effects on spatial range use. Ecology, 90(2):546-555.

Willems, E P; Barton, R A; Hill, R A (2009). Remotely sensed productivity, regional home range selection, and local range use by an omnivorous primate. Behavioral Ecology, 20(5):985-992.

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