Publications


Bettle, R., & Rosati, A. G. (2019). Flexible gaze-following in rhesus monkeys. Animal cognition, 1-14. [pdf]

Bettle, R. & Rosati, A.G. (2016) “Understanding other’s gaze.” In: Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science (T. Shackelford and V. Weekes-Shackelford, eds.) [pdf]

Bettle, R & Rosati, A.G. (In press). The evolutionary origins of natural pedagogy: rhesus monkeys preferentially use nonsocial cues versus communicative signals. Developmental Science.

Bettle, R & Rosati, A.G. (In press). The primate origins of human social cognition. Language Learning and Development.


Conference presentations


Bettle, R. & Rosati, A.G. (2019). “The evolutionary origins of natural pedagogy: rhesus monkeys preferentially use nonsocial cues versus communicative signals.” Cognitive Development Society, Kentucky (poster). [pdf]

Bettle, R. & Rosati, A.G. (2018). “Flexible gaze following in rhesus monkeys.” International Primatological Society, Nairobi, Kenya (talk).

Bettle, R. & Rosati, A.G. (2017). “Gaze following around barriers in rhesus monkeys.” Society for Research in Child Development Meeting, Austin (poster). [pdf]