Andrew J King
Andrew J King
Associate Professor, SHOALgroup, Biosciences, Swansea University
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The origins and evolution of leadership
AJ King, DDP Johnson, M Van Vugt
Current biology 19 (19), R911-R916, 2009
Dominance and affiliation mediate despotism in a social primate
AJ King, CMS Douglas, E Huchard, NJB Isaac, G Cowlishaw
Current Biology 18 (23), 1833-1838, 2008
How can social network analysis improve the study of primate behavior?
C Sueur, A Jacobs, F Amblard, O Petit, AJ King
American journal of primatology 73 (8), 703-719, 2011
Collective decision‐making and fission–fusion dynamics: a conceptual framework
C Sueur, AJ King, L Conradt, G Kerth, D Lusseau, C Mettke‐Hofmann, ...
Oikos 120 (11), 1608-1617, 2011
When to use social information: the advantage of large group size in individual decision making
AJ King, G Cowlishaw
Biology letters 3 (2), 137-139, 2007
Solving the shepherding problem: heuristics for herding autonomous, interacting agents
D Strömbom, RP Mann, AM Wilson, S Hailes, AJ Morton, DJT Sumpter, ...
Journal of the royal society interface 11 (100), 20140719, 2014
The role of individual heterogeneity in collective animal behaviour
JW Jolles, AJ King, SS Killen
Trends in ecology & evolution 35 (3), 278-291, 2020
Selfish-herd behaviour of sheep under threat
AJ King, AM Wilson, SD Wilshin, J Lowe, H Haddadi, S Hailes, AJ Morton
Current biology 22 (14), R561-R562, 2012
Where next? Group coordination and collective decision making by primates
AJ King, C Sueur
International journal of primatology 32, 1245-1267, 2011
Leaders, followers, and group decision-making
AJ King, G Cowlishaw
Communicative & integrative biology 2 (2), 147-150, 2009
A rule-of-thumb based on social affiliation explains collective movements in desert baboons
AJ King, C Sueur, E Huchard, G Cowlishaw
Animal Behaviour 82 (6), 1337-1345, 2011
Identification of behaviours from accelerometer data in a wild social primate
G Fehlmann, MJ O’Riain, PW Hopkins, J O’Sullivan, MD Holton, ...
Animal Biotelemetry 5, 1-11, 2017
Sneeze to leave: African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) use variable quorum thresholds facilitated by sneezes in collective decisions
RH Walker, AJ King, JW McNutt, NR Jordan
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1862), 20170347, 2017
A Low-Cost Manipulation of Food Resources Reduces Spatial Overlap Between Baboons (Papio ursinus) and Humans in Conflict
BS Kaplan, MJ O’Riain, R van Eeden, AJ King
International Journal of Primatology 32, 1397-1412, 2011
All together now: behavioural synchrony in baboons
AJ King, G Cowlishaw
Animal behaviour 78 (6), 1381-1387, 2009
Sex-differences and temporal consistency in stickleback fish boldness
AJ King, I Fürtbauer, D Mamuneas, C James, A Manica
PLoS One 8 (12), e81116, 2013
The dining etiquette of desert baboons: the roles of social bonds, kinship, and dominance in co‐feeding networks
AJ King, FE Clark, G Cowlishaw
American Journal of Primatology 73 (8), 768-774, 2011
A critical review of zoo-based olfactory enrichment
F Clark, AJ King
Chemical signals in vertebrates 11, 391-398, 2008
Bolder stickleback fish make faster decisions, but they are not less accurate
D Mamuneas, AJ Spence, A Manica, AJ King
Behavioral Ecology 26 (1), 91-96, 2015
Follow me! I’ma leader if you do; I’ma failed initiator if you don’t
AJ King
Behavioural processes 84 (3), 671-674, 2010
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