Refereed Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Bearzi, M. and C.B. Stanford.
The behavioral ecology of sympatric great apes and sympatric dolphins: a comparison. Contributions to Zoology 76(4): 235-254.
The sympatric ecology of African great apes, with implications for the hominoid divergence. Primates 47: 91-101 (published online 10/05)
Cognition, imitation and culture in the great apes. In From Action to Language, edited by M. Arbib, pp. 91-109. Cambridge University Press.
Nkurunungi, J.B. and C.B. Stanford.
GIS analysis of range use by sympatric mountain gorillas and chimpanzees in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda. In Primates of Western Uganda (J. Paterson, V. Reynolds and H. Notman, eds.), pp. 193-205. Kluwer-Plenum Publ. Co.[pdf]
Finch, C.E. and C.B. Stanford.
Meat-adaptive genes and the evolution of slower aging in humans. Quarterly Review of Biology 79: 1-50.
How smart does a hunter need to be ? In The Cognitive Animal: Empirical and Theoretical Perspectives on Animal Cognition (M. Beckoff, ed.),pp. 399-404, M.I.T. Press.
The subspecies concept in primatology: the case of mountain gorillas. Primates 42 (3): 309-318. [pdf]
A comparison of social meat-foraging by chimpanzees and human foragers. In Meat-eating and Human Evolution (C. Stanford and H. Bunn, eds), pp. 122-140. Oxford University Press. [pdf]
Stanford, C.B. and H.T. Bunn.
The role of meat in the early human diet. In Meat-eating and Human Evolution (C. Stanford and H. Bunn, eds). Oxford University Press.
The ape’s gift: meat-eating, meat-sharing, and human cognitive evolution. In Tree of Origin (F. de Waal, ed.), pp. 95-117, Harvard University Press.
Stanford, C.B. , C. Gambaneza, J.B. Nkurunungi and M. Goldsmith.
Chimpanzees in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda, use different tools to obtain different types of honey. Primates 41: 335-339.[pdf]
The social behavior of chimpanzees and bonobos: empirical evidence and shifting assumptions. (with commentary and author’s response). Current Anthropology 39 (4): 399-420.[pdf]
Stanford, C.B. and C.H. Janson (editors).
Predation and Primate Social Systems. Behaviour 135: 389-533 (special issue).
Predation and male bonds in primate societies. Behaviour 135: 513-533.[pdf]
The hunting ecology of wild chimpanzees; implications for the behavioral ecology of Pliocene hominids. American Anthropologist 98: 96-113.[pdf]
The influence of chimpanzee predation on group size and anti-predator behaviour in red colobus monkeys. Animal Behaviour 49: 577-587.[pdf]
Chimpanzee hunting behavior and human evolution. American Scientist 83 (3): 256-261.
Muller, M., E. Mpongo, C.B. Stanford, and C. Boehm.
A note on the scavenging behavior of wild chimpanzees. Folia Primatologica 65: 43-47.
Stanford, C.B., J. Wallis, E. Mpongo and J. Goodall.
Hunting decisions in wild chimpanzees. Behaviour 131: 1-20.[pdf]
Costs and benefits of allomothering in wild capped langurs (Presbytis pileata). Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology 30: 29-34.
Stanford, C.B. and J.S. Allen.
On strategic storytelling: current models of human behavioral evolution. Current Anthropology 32: 58-61.
unpublished ms. Cristóbal-Azkarate, J, C. Stanford & J J. Veà.
An evaluation of the efficiency of the Sian Ka´an-Calakmul Biological Corridor as a corridor for Alouatta palliata and Ateles geoffroyi Yucatanensis: evidence from distribution, abundance and habitat preferences.