Dominance style is a key predictor of vocal use and evolution across nonhuman primates

Eithne Kavanagh, Sally E. Street, Felix O. Angwela, Thore J. Bergman, Maryjka B. Blaszczyk, Laura M. Bolt, Margarita Briseño-Jaramillo, Michelle Brown, Chloe Chen-Kraus, Zanna Clay, Camille Coye, Melissa Emery Thompson, Alejandro Estrada, Claudia Fichtel, Barbara Fruth, Marco Gamba, Cristina Giacoma, Kirsty E. Graham, Samantha Green, Cyril C. GrueterShreejata Gupta, Morgan L. Gustison, Lindsey Hagberg, Daniela Hedwig, Katharine M. Jack, Peter M. Kappeler, Gillian King-Bailey, Barbora Kuběnová, Alban Lemasson, David Macgregor Inglis, Zarin Machanda, Andrew Macintosh, Bonaventura Majolo, Sophie Marshall, Stephanie Mercier, Jérôme Micheletta, Martin Muller, Hugh Notman, Karim Ouattara, Julia Ostner, Mary S.M. Pavelka, Louise R. Peckre, Megan Petersdorf, Fredy Quintero, Gabriel Ramos-Fernández, Martha M. Robbins, Roberta Salmi, Isaac Schamberg, Valérie A.M. Schoof, Oliver Schülke, Stuart Semple, Joan B. Silk, J. Roberto Sosa-Lopéz, Valeria Torti, Daria Valente, Raffaella Ventura, Erica Van De Waal, Anna H. Weyher, Claudia Wilke, Richard Wrangham, Christopher Young, Anna Zanoli, Klaus Zuberbühler, Adriano R. Lameira, Katie Slocombe

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