2018

Arseneau-Robar, T.J.M., Müller, E., Taucher, A., van Schaik, C.P., Bshary, R., and Willems, E.P. 2018. Male monkeys use punishment and coercion to de-escalate costly intergroup fights. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285(1880).

2017

Arseneau-Robar, T.J.M., Joyce, M.M., Stead, S.M, and Teichroeb, J.A. 2017. Proximity and grooming patterns reveal opposite-sex bonding in Rwenzori Angolan colobus monkeys (Colobus angolensis ruwenzorii). Primates: 1-13.

Arseneau-Robar, T.J.M., Taucher, A., Schnider, A., van Schaik, C.P., and Willems, E.P. 2017. Intra- and interindividual differences in the costs and benefits of intergroup aggression in female vervet monkeys. Animal Behaviour 123:129-137.

2016

Arseneau-Robar, T.J.M., Taucher, A., Müller, E., van Schaik, C.P., Bshary, R., and Willems, E.P. 2016. Female monkeys use both the carrot and the stick to promote male participation in intergroup fights. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283(1843).

Arseneau-Robar, T.J.M., Müller, E., Taucher, A., van Schaik, C.P. and Willems, E.P. 2016. Male food defence as a by-product of intersexual cooperation in a non-human primate. Scientific Reports 6:35800.

2015

Arseneau, T.J.M., Taucher, A., van Schaik, C.P. and Willems, E.P. 2015. Males fight in between-group conflicts as protective parents or reluctant recruits. Animal Behaviour 110 39:50.

Willems, E.P., Arseneau, T. J.M., Schleuning, X., and van Schaik, C.P. 2015. Communal range defence in primates as a public goods dilemma. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B 370(1683).

Buchin, K., Sijben, S., van Loon, E.E., Sapir, N., Mercier, S., Arseneau, T.J.M. and Willems, E.P. 2015. Deriving movement properties and the effect of the environment from the Brownian bridge movement model: average movement speed of monkeys and birds. Movement Ecology 3(18).

2012

Buchin, K., Sijben, S., Arseneau, T.J.M. and Willems, E.P. 2012. Detecting movement patterns using Brownian bridges. Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems. Pp 119-128.