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Caralyn Kemp

Lecturer
School of Environmental and Animal Sciences
Location: Building 115, Room 1003

Publications

Kemp, C., Rey, A., Legou, T., Boë, L.-J., Berthommier, F., Becker, Y., & Fagot, J. (2018). Vocal repertoire of captive Guinea baboons (Papio papio). Boë, L.-J., Fagot, J., Perrier, P., Schwartz, J.-L. Frankfurt am Main.

Boë, L-J., Berthommier, F., Legou, T., Captier, G., Kemp, C., Sawallis, T. R., Becker, Y., Rey, A., & Fagot, J. (2017). Evidence of a vocalic proto-system in the baboon (Papio papio) suggests pre-hominin speech precursors. PLOSOne (Vol. 12 (1)).

Kemp, C., Thatcher, H., Farningham, D., Witham, C., MacLarnon, A., Holmes, A., Semple, S., & Bethell, E. (2017). Attending to affective state: attention bias as a measure of psychological welfare in rhesus macaques. International Society for Applied Ethology, Australasia - Africa 2017 Regional Meeting, Brisbane, Australia.

Kemp, C., Thatcher, H., Farningham, D., Witham, C., MacLarnon, A., Holmes, A., Semple, S., & Bethell, E. (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 (Vol. 197).