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Genoud, Michel; Isler, Karin; Martin, Robert D (2018). Comparative analyses of basal rate of metabolism in mammals: data selection does matter. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 93(1):404-438.

Ranjeewa, Ashoka D G; Pastorini, Jennifer; Isler, Karin; Weerakoon, Devaka K; Kottage, Helani D; Fernando, Prithiviraj (2018). Decreasing reservoir water levels improve habitat quality for Asian elephants. Mammalian Biology - Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde, 88:130-137.

Abeysinghe, Kasun S; Perera, A N F; Pastorini, Jennifer; Isler, Karin; Mammides, Christos; Fernando, Prithiviraj (2017). Gastrointestinal strongyle infections in captive and wild elephants in Sri Lanka. Gajah, 46:21-27.

Heldstab, Sandra A; van Schaik, Carel P; Isler, Karin (2017). Getting fat or getting help? How female mammals cope with energetic constraints on reproduction. Frontiers in Zoology, 14(1):29.

Powell, Lauren E; Isler, Karin; Barton, Robert A (2017). Re-evaluating the link between brain size and behavioural ecology in primates. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences, 284(1865):20171765.

Heldstab, Sandra A; van Schaik, C P; Isler, Karin (2016). Being fat and smart: A comparative analysis of the fat-brain trade-off in mammals. Journal of Human Evolution, 100:25-34.

McGrosky, Amanda; Navarrete, Ana; Isler, Karin; Langer, Peter; Clauss, Marcus (2016). Gross intestinal morphometry and allometry in Carnivora. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 62(4):395-405.

Schuppli, Caroline; Graber, Sereina M; Isler, Karin; van Schaik, C P (2016). Life history, cognition and the evolution of complex foraging niches. Journal of Human Evolution, 92:91-100.

Heldstab, Sandra A; Kosonen, Zaida K; Koski, Sonja E; Burkart, J M; van Schaik, C P; Isler, Karin (2016). Manipulation complexity in primates coevolved with brain size and terrestriality. Scientific Reports, 6:24528.

Grueter, Cyril C; Isler, Karin; Dixson, Barnaby J (2015). Are badges of status adaptive in large complex primate groups? Evolution and Human Behavior, 36(5):398-406.

Pastorini, Jennifer; Prasad, Tharaka; Leimgruber, Peter; Isler, Karin; Fernando, Prithiviraj (2015). Elephant GPS tracking collars: Is there a best? Gajah, 43:15-25.

Chojnacka, Dominika; Isler, Karin; Barski, Jaroslaw Jerzy; Bshary, Redouan (2015). Relative brain and brain part sizes provide only limited evidence that machiavellian behaviour in cleaner wrasse is cognitively demanding. PLoS ONE, 10(8):e0135373.

Isler, Karin (2014). Adipose tissue in evolution. In: Fantuzzi, G; Braunschweig, C. Adipose tissue and adipokines in health and desease. New York: Springer, 3-13.

Isler, Karin; van Schaik, Carel P (2014). How humans evolved large brains: Comparative evidence. Evolutionary Anthropology, 23(2):65-75.

Isler, Karin (2013). Brain size evolution: How fish pay for being smart. Current Biology, 23(2):R63-R65.

Isler, Karin. Explaining brain size evolution: a comparative approach. 2013, University of Zurich, Faculty of Science.

Grueter, Cyril C; Bissonnette, Annie; Isler, Karin; van Schaik, Carel P (2013). Grooming and group cohesion in primates: implications for the evolution of language. Evolution and Human Behavior, 34(1):61-68.

Cavegn, Nicole; van Dijk, R Maarten; Menges, Dominik; Brettschneider, Helene; Phalanndwa, Mashudu; Chimimba, Christian T; Isler, Karin; Lipp, Hans-Peter; Slomianka, Lutz; Amrein, Irmgard (2013). Habitat-specific shaping of proliferation and neuronal differentiation in adult hippocampal neurogenesis of wild rodents. Frontiers in Neuroscience:7:59.

van Schaik, Carel P; Damerius, Laura; Isler, Karin (2013). Wild orangutan males plan and communicate their travel direction one day in advance. PLoS ONE, 8(9):e74896.

Schuppli, Caroline; Isler, Karin; van Schaik, Carel P (2012). How to explain the unusually late age at skill competence among humans. Journal of Human Evolution, 63(6):843-850.

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