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  1. Infant rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) personality and subjective well-being
  2. Interindividual differences in neonatal sociality and emotionality predict juvenile social status in rhesus monkeys
  3. Re-examination of Oostenbroek et al. (2016): evidence for neonatal imitation of tongue protrusion
  4. Handling newborn monkeys alters later exploratory, cognitive, and social behaviors
  5. Why gazing at babies may be so irresistable
  6. Face Detection and the Development of Own-Species Bias in Infant Macaques
  7. Neonatal imitation and early social experience predict gaze following abilities in infant monkeys
  8. Experience-independent sex differences in newborn macaques: Females are more social than males
  9. Neonatal imitation and its sensorimotor mechanism
  10. Efficient human face detection in infancy
  11. Development of space perception in relation to the maturation of the motor system in infant rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)
  12. Relations between infants’ emerging reach-grasp competence and event-related desynchronization in EEG
  13. Early Social Experience Affects Neural Activity to Affiliative Facial Gestures in Newborn Nonhuman Primates
  14. Empathy: Gender effects in brain and behavior
  15. Finding faces among faces: human faces are located more quickly and accurately than other primate and mammal faces
  16. Neonatal imitation predicts how infants engage with faces
  17. The mirror neuron system as revealed through neonatal imitation: presence from birth, predictive power and evidence of plasticity
  18. Oxytocin increases newborn monkey sociability
  19. Neonatal imitation and an epigenetic account of mirror neuron development
  20. The development of facial identity discrimination through learned attention
  21. Visual Search Efficiency Is Greater for Human Faces Compared to Animal Faces
  22. Lipsmacking Imitation Skill in Newborn Macaques Is Predictive of Social Partner Discrimination
  23. Mirror neurons through the lens of epigenetics
  24. Mirror neurons are central for a second-person neuroscience: Insights from developmental studies
  25. Visual attention during neonatal imitation in newborn macaque monkeys
  26. Look Here! The Development of Attentional Orienting to Symbolic Cues
  27. Sensitivity to First-Order Relations of Facial Elements in Infant Rhesus Macaques
  28. Understanding emotions in primates: in honor of Darwin's 200th birthday
  29. Can we really leave gender out of it? Individual differences and the Simulation of Smiles model
  30. Infants Experience Perceptual Narrowing for Nonprimate Faces
  31. Super-expressive voices: Music to my ears?
  32. Listen up! Processing of intensity change differs for vocal and nonvocal sounds