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Goto K, Imura T,
Tomonaga M

(2012)

Perception of Emergent Configurations in Humans (
Homo

sapiens
) and
Chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
).

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes,

Vol 38(2),
125
-
138.



Kaneko T,
Tomonaga M

(2012)

Relative
contributions of goal representation and kinematic
information to self
-
monitoring by chimpanzees and humans

Cognition,



Kano F, Call J,
Tomonaga M

(2012)

Face and Eye

Scanning in Gorillas (
Gorilla gorilla
), Orangutans (
Pongo
pygmaeus
), and Humans (
Homo sapiens
): Unique Eye
-
Viewing Patterns
in Humans Among Hominids.

Journal of Comparative Psychology,



Kano F, Yamanashi Y,
Tomonaga M

(2012)

Emotion as an intervening variable in understanding the cognitive
and social complexity and well
-
being of chimpanzees.

Psychologia,

Vol. 55, No.1, 9
-
20



Kooriyama T, Okamoto M, Yoshida T, Nishida T,
Tsubota T, Saito A,
Tomonaga M
, Matsuzawa T, Akari H, Nishimura H, Miyabe
-
Nishiwaki T
(2012)

Epidemiological study of zoonoses derived from humans in captive
Chimpa
nzees

Primates,



Okamoto M, Imai S, Miyanohara M, Saito W, Momoi Y, Abo T, Nomura Y,
Ikawa T, Ogawa T, Miyabe
-
Nishiwaki T, Kaneko A, Watanabe A, Watanabe
S, Hayashi M,
Tomonaga M
, Hanada N (2012)

Streptococcus troglodytae sp. nov., from the Chimpanzee Oral Cavity

International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology,



Hattori Y,
Tomonaga M
, Fujita K (2011)

Chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
) show more understanding of human
attentional states when they request food in the experimenters hand
than on the table.

Interaction Studies,

12, 418
-
429



Hirata S, Matsuda G, Ueno A, Fuwa
K, Sugama K, Kusunoki K, Fukushima
H, Hiraki K,
Tomonaga M
, Hasegawa T (2011)

Event
-
related potentials in response to subjects' own names: A
comparison between

humans and a chimpanzee.

Communicative & Integrative Biology,

4(3), 321
-
323.



Kaneko T,
Tomonaga M

(2011)

The perception of self
-
agency in chimpanzees (
Pan troglody
tes
).

Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B, ,

278, 3694
-
3702.



Kano F, Hirata S, Call J,
Tomonaga M

(2011)

The visual str
ategy specific to humans among hominids: A study using
the gap
-
overlap paradigm

Vision Research,

51.2348
-
2355



Kano F,
Tomonaga M

(2011)

Perceptual mechanism underlyi
ng gaze guidance in chimpanzees and
humans.

Animal Cognition,

14, 377
-
386.



Kano F,
Tomonaga M

(2011)

Species difference in the timing of gaze movement between
chim
panzees and humans.

Animal Cognition,

14, 879
-
892.



Kawakami K, Kawakami F,
Tomonaga M
, Kishimoto T, Minami T,
Takai
-
Kawakami K (2011)

Origins of a theory of mind.

Infant Behavior & Development,

34, 264
-
269



Matsuno T,
Tomonaga M

(2011)

Stream/bounce perception and the effect of depth cues in chimpanzees
(
Pan troglodytes
).

Atten
tion, Perception, & Psychophysics.,

Volume 73, Number 5, 1532
-
1545



Murai C, Tanaka M,
Tomonaga M
, Sakagami M (2011)

Long
-
term visual recognition of familiar persons, pe
ers, and places by
young monkeys (
Macaca fuscata
).

Developmental Psychobiology,

Volume 53, Issue 7, pages 732
-
737



Sakai T, Mikami A,
Tomonaga M
, Matsui M, Suzuki J, Hamada Y, Tanaka
M, Miyabe
-
Nishiwaki T, Makishima H, Nakatsukasa M, Matsuzawa T
(2011)

Differential prefrontal white matter development in chimpanzees and
humans.

Current Biology,

21, 1397
-
1402



Sugawara T, Go Y, Udono T, Morimura N,
Tomonaga M
, Hirai H,
Imai H
(2011)

Diversification of bitter taste receptor gene family in w
estern
chimpanzees

Molecular Biology and Evolution,

28 (2) 921
-
931



Tsutsumi S, Ushitani T,
Tomonaga M
, Fujita K (2011)

Infant monkeys' concept of animacy: the role of eyes and fluffiness

Primates,

Volume 53, Number 2, 113
-
119



Fukushima H, Hirata S, Ueno A, Matsuda G, Fuwa K, Sugama K, Kusunoki
K, Hirai M, Hiraki K,
Tomonaga M
, Hasegawa T (2010)

Neural correlates of face and object perception in an awake
chimpanzee (
Pan troglodytes
) examined by scalp
-
surface event
-
related
potentials.

PLoS ONE,

5(10), e13366.



Hattori Y
, Kano F,
Tomonaga M

(2010)

Differential sensitivity to conspecific and allospecific social cues in
chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
) and humans (
Homo sapiens
)

Biology Le
tters.,

6, 610
-
613



Kano F,
Tomonaga M

(2010)

Attention to emotional scenes including whole
-
body expressions in
chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
).

Journal of Comparative

Psychology,

124(3), 287
-
294.



Kano F,
Tomonaga M

(2010)

Face scanning in chimpanzees and humans: Continuity and
discontinuity.

Animal Behaviour,

79, 227
-
235



Miyabe
-
Nishiwaki T, Kaneko A, Nishiwaki K, Watanabe A, Watanabe S,
Maeda N, Kumazaki K, Morimoto M, Hirokawa R, Suzuki J, Ito Y, Hayashi
M, Tanaka M,
Tomonaga M
, Matsuzawa T (2010)

Tetraparesis resembling acute transverse myelitis in a captive
chimpanzee (
Pan troglodytes
): long
-
term care and recovery

Journal of Medical Primatology,

39, 336
-
346.



Sakai T, Hirai D, Mikami A, Suzuki J, Hamada Y,
Tomonaga M
, Tanaka M,
Miyabe
-
Nish
iwaki T, Makishima H, Nakatsukasa M, Matsuzawa T (2010)

Prolonged maturation of prefrontal white matter in chimpanz
ees

Nature Precedings,

4411.1.



Shirai N, Imura T, Hattori Y, Adachi I, Ichihara S, Kanazawa S, Yamaguchi
MK. ,
Tomonaga M

(2010)

Asymmetric perception of radial expansion/contraction in Japanese
macaque (
Macaca fuscata
) infants

Experimental Brain Research,

202, 319
-
325



Tomonaga M
, Imura T (2010)

Pacman in the sky with shadows: The effect of cast shadows on the
perceptual completion of occluded figures by chimpanzees and
humans.

Behavioral and Brain Functions,

6, 38



Tomonaga M
, Imura T (2010)

Visual search for human gaze direction by a chimpanzee (
Pan
troglodytes
).

PLoS ONE,

5(2): e9131



Tomonaga M
, Uwano Y, Ogura S, Saito T (2010)

Bottlenose dolphins' (
Tursiopstruncatus
) theory of mind as
demonstrated by responses to their trainers' attenti
onal states

International Journal of Comparative Psychology,

23, 386
-
400



Ueno A, Hirata S, Fuwa K, Sugama K, Kusunoki K, Matsuda G, Fukushima
H, Hiraki K,
Tomonaga M
, Hasegawa T (2010)

Brain activity in an awake chimpanzee in response to the sound of her
own name

Biology Letters,

6, 311
-
313



Ushitani T, Imura T,
Tomonaga M

(2010)

Object
-
based attention in chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
).

Vision Research,

50, 577
-
584



Adachi I, Kuwahata H, Fujita K,
Tomonaga M
, Matsuzawa T (2009)

Plasticity of ability to form cross
-
modal representations in infant
Japanese macaques.

Developmental Science,

12, 446
-
452



Imura T,
Tomonaga M

(2009)

Moving shadows contribute to the corridor illusion in a chimpanzee
(
Pan troglodytes
).

Journal of Comparative Psychology,

123, 280
-
286.



Kano F,
Tomona
ga M

(2009)

How chimpanzees look at pictures: A comparative eye
-
tracking study.

Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B,

276, 1949
-
1955.



Kawakami F, Kawakami K,
Tomon
aga M
, Takai
-
Kawakami K (2009)

Can we observe spontaneous smiles in 1
-
year
-
olds?

Infant Behavior and Development,

32(4): 416
-
421



Murai C,
Tomonaga M

(2009)

Fear responses of Japanese monkeys to scale models.

Journal of Ethology,

27, 1
-
10



Nakato E, Otsuka

Y, Konuma H, Kanazawa S, Yamaguchi MK. ,
Tomonaga
M

(2009)

Perception of illusory shift of eye gaze direction by inf
ants

Infant Behavior and Development,

32, 422
-
428



Tomonaga M
, Imura T (2009)

Faces capture the visuospatial attention of chimpanzees (
Pan
troglodytes
): Evidence
from a cueing experiment.

Frontiers in Zoology,

6:14



Tomonaga M
, Imura T (2009)

Human gestures trigger different attentional shifts in chimpanzees
(
Pan troglodytes
)
and humans (
Homo sapiens
).

Animal Cognition,

12, S11
-
S18.



Imura T, Shirai N,
Tomonaga M
, Yamaguchi MK. , Yagi A (2008)

Asymmetry on the perception of motion in depth by moving cast
shadows.

Journal of Vision,

8, 1
-
8



Imura T,
Tomonaga M
, Yagi A (2008)

The effects of linear perspective on relative size discrimination in
chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
) and humans (
Homo sapiens
).

Behavioural Processes,

77, 306
-
312



Imura T,
Tomonaga M
, Yamaguchi MK.

, Yagi A (2008)

Asymmetry in the detection of shapes from shading in infants

Japanese Psychological Research,

50, 12
8
-
136



Imura T, Yamaguchi MK. , Kanazawa S, Shirai N, Otsuka Y,
Tomonaga M
,
Yagi A (2008)

Infants' sensitivity to shading and lin
e junctions.

Vision Research,

48, 1420
-
1426



Kaneko T,
Tomonaga M

(2008)

Utility of habituation
-
dishabituation procedure for comparative
cognitive studies of Callithri
x jacchus and Aotus spp.: Preliminary
assessments.

Perceptual and Motor Skills,

106(3):830
-
832



Kano F, Tanaka M,
Tomonaga M

(2008)

Enhanced recognition of emotional sti
muli in the chimpanzee (
Pan
troglodytes
).

Animal Cognition,

11, 517
-
524



Kawakami K, Takai
-
Kawakami K, Kawakami F,
Tomonaga M
, Suzuki M,
Shimizu Y (2008)

Roots of
smile: A preterm neonates' study.

Infant Behavior and Developme,

31:518
-
522



Matsuno T,
Tomonaga M

(2008)

Temporal characteristics of visibility in chimpanzees (
Pan t
roglodytes
)
and humans (
Homo sapiens
) assessed using a visual masking paradigm.

Perception,

37, 1258
-
1268



Okamoto
-
Barth S,
Tomonaga M
, Tanaka M, Matsuzawa T (2008)

Development of using experimenter
-
given cues in infant chimpanzees:
Longitudinal changes in behavior and cognitive development.

Developmental Science,

11(1), 98
-
108.



Tomonaga M

(2008)

Relative numerosity discrimination by chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
):
Evidence for approximate numerical representations

Animal Cognition,

11, 43
-
57.



Ueno A, Hirata S, Fuwa K, Sugama K, Kusunoki K, Matsuda G, Fukushima
H, Hiraki K,
Tom
onaga M
, Hasegawa T (2008)

Auditory ERPs to Stimulus Deviance in an Awake Chimpanzee (Pan
troglodytes): Towards Hominid Cog
nitive Neurosciences

PLoS ONE,

3(1): e1442



Kawakami K, Takai
-
Kawakami K,
Tomonaga M
, Suzuki J, Kusaka F, Okai
T (2007)

Spontaneous smile
and spontaneous laugh: An intensive longitudinal
case study

Infant Behavior and Development,

30, 151
-
157



Matsuno T,
Tomonaga M

(2007)

An advantage for concavities in shape perception by chimpanzees (
Pan
troglodytes
)

Behavioural Processes,

75, 253
-
258



Okamoto
-
Barth S, Tanaka M, Kawai N,
Tomonaga M

(2007)

Looking compensates for the distance between mother and infant
chimpanzee.

Developmental Science,

10, 172
-
182.



Tomonaga M

(2007)

Visual search for orientation of faces by a chimpanzee (
Pan
troglodytes
): Face
-
specific upright superiority and the role of configural
properties of faces.

Primates,

48, 1
-
12.



Tomonaga M

(2007)

Is chimpanzee (
Pan troglodytes
) spatial attention reflexively triggered
by the gaze cue?

Journal of Comparative Psychology,

121, 156
-
170.



Tomonaga M
, Imura T, Mizuno Y, Tanaka M (2007)

Gravity bias in young and adult chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
): Tests
with modified opaque
-
tubes task.

Developmental Science,

10, 411
-
421



Adachi I, Kuwahata H, Fujita K,
Tomonaga M
, Matsuzawa T (2006
)

Japanese macaques form a cross
-
modal representation of their own
species in th
eir first year of life

Primates,

47, 350
-
354



Celli ML. ,
Tomonaga M
, Udono T, Teramoto M, Nagano K, (2006)

Spontaneous object sharing in captive chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
).

International Journal of Comparative Psychology,

19, 439
-
446



Imura T, Yamagu
chi MK. , Kanazawa S, Shirai N, Otsuka Y,
Tomonaga M
,
Yagi A (2006)

Perception of motion trajector
y of object from the moving cast shadow
in infants

Vision Research,

46, 652
-
657



Kawakami K, Takai
-
Kawakami K,
Tomonaga M
, Suzuki J, Kusaka T, Okai
T (2006)

Origins of smile and laughter: A preliminary study

Early Human Development,

82, 61
-
66



Matsuno T,
Tomonaga M

(2006)

Visual search for moving and stationary items in chimpanzees (
Pan
troglodytes
) and humans (
Homo sapiens
)

Behavioural Brain Research,

172, 219
-
232



Bard KA. , Myowa
-
Yamakoshi M,
Tomonaga M
, Tanaka M, Costall A,
Matsu
zawa T (2005)

Group differences in the mutual gaze of chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
).

Developmental Psychology,

41: 616
-
624



Matsumoto
-
Oda A,
Tomonaga M

(2005)

"Intentional" control of sound production found in leaf
-
clipping display
of Mahale chimpanzees

Journal of Ethology,

23: 109
-
112



Murai C, Kosugi D,
Tomonaga M
, Tanaka M, Matsuzawa T, Itakura S (2005)

Can chimpanzee infants (
Pan troglodytes
) form categorical
representations in the same manner as human infants(
Homo sapiens
)?

Developmental Science,

8:3, pp 240
-
254



Myowa
-
Yamakoshi M, Yamaguchi MK. ,
Tomonaga M
, Tanaka M,
Matsuzawa T (2
005)

Development of face recognition in infant chimpanzees (
Pan
troglodytes
)

Cognitive Development ,

20, 49
-
63



Takeshita H
, Fragaszy D, Mizuno Y, Matsuzawa T,
Tomonaga M
, Tanaka M
(2005)

Exploring by doing: How
young chimpanzees discover surfaces
through actions with objects

Infant Behavior & Development,

28, 316
-
328



Celli ML. , Hirata S,
Tomonaga M

(2004)

Socioecologica
l influences on tool use in captive chimpanzees.

International Journal of Primatology,

25, 1267
-
1281



Kawai N, Morokuma S,
Tomonaga M
, Horimoto N, Tanaka M (2004)

Associative Learning and Memory in a Chimpanzee Fetus: Learning
and Long
-
Lasting Memory Before Birth

Developmental Psychobiology,

Volume 44, Issue 2, pages 116
-
122



Kuw
ahata H, Adachi I, Fujita K,
Tomonaga M
, Matsuzawa T (2004)

Development of schematic face preference in macaque monkey
s

Behavioural Processes,

66, 17
-
21



Morokuma S, Fukushima K, Kawai N,
Tomonaga M
, Satoh S, Nakano H
(2004)

Fetal ha
bituation correlates with functional brain development

Behavioural Brain Research,

153, 459
-
463



Murai C,
Tomonaga M
, Kamegai K, Terazawa N, Yamaguchi MK. (2004)

Do infant Japanese macaques (
Macaca fuscata
) categorize objects
without specific training?

Primates,

45:1
-
6



Myowa
-
Yamakoshi M,
Tomonaga M
, Tanaka M, Matsuzawa T (2004)

Imitation in neonatal chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
)

Developmental Science,

7:4, pp 437
-
442



Okamoto S, Tanaka M,
Tomonaga M

(2004)


Looking back: The

representational mechanism

of joint attention in
an infant chimpanzee (
Pan troglodytes
)

Japanese Psychological R
esearch,

Volume 46, No. 3, 236
-
245



Tomonaga M
, Tanaka M, Matsuzawa T, Myowa
-
Yamakoshi M, Kosugi D,
Mizuno Y, Okamoto S, Yamaguchi MK. , Bard KA. (2004)

Development of social cognition in infant chimpanzees (
Pan
troglodytes
): Face recognition, smiling, gaze, and the lack of triadic
interactions

Japanese Psychological Research,

Volume 46, Issue 3, pages 227
-
235



Ueno A,

Ueno Y,
Tomonaga M

(2004)

Facial responses to four basic tastes in newborn rhesus macaques
(
Macac
a mulatta
) and chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
)

Behavioural Brain Research,

154, 261
-
271



Celli ML. ,
Tomonaga M
, Udono T, Teramoto M, Nagano K (2003)

Tool use tasks as environmental enrichment for captive chimpanzees

Applied Animal Behaviour Science,

81: 171
-
182



Imura T,
Tomonaga M

(2003)

Perception of depth from shading in infant chimpanzees (
Pan
troglodytes
)

Animal Cognition,

Volume 6, Number 4, 253
-
258



Myowa
-
Yamakoshi M,
Tomonaga M
, Tanaka M, Matsuzawa T (2003)

Preference for human direct gaze in infant chimpanzees (
Pan
troglodytes
)

Cognition,

89, B53
-
B64



Shimizu K, Douke C, Fujita S, Matsuzawa T,
T
omonaga M
, Tanaka M,
Matsubayashi K, Hayashi M (2003)

Urinary steroids,

FSH and CG measurements for monitoring the
ovarian cycle and pregnancy in the chimpanzee

Journal of Medical Primatology,

Volume 32, Issue 1, pages 15
-
22



Tanaka M,
Tomonaga M
, Matsuzawa T (2003)

Finger drawing by infant chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
)

Animal Cognition,

6 : 245
-
251



Kawakami K,
Tomonaga M
, Suzuki J (2002)

The calming effect of stimuli presentation on infant Japanese
macaques (
Macaca fuscata
) under stress situation: A preliminary study

Primates,

4
3: 73
-
85



Okamoto S,
Tomonaga M
, Ishii K, Kawai N, Tanaka M, Matsuzawa T (2002)

An infant chimpanzee (
Pan troglodytes
) follows human gaze

Animal Cognition,

Volume 5, Number 2, 107
-
114



Tomonaga M
, (2002)

Attention visuelle et perception de regards par le chimpanzé (
Pan
troglodytes
) et le babouin (
Papio papio
) [Visual attention and perception of
gaze by the chimpanzee (
Pan troglodytes
) and

the baboon (
Papio papio
).]

Primatologie,

5, 49
-
73



Tomonaga M

(2002)

Actio
n
-
based distractor effects on the manual response times of
chimpanzees during discrimination tasks

Cognitive Brain Research,

13, 235
-
240



Tomonaga M
, (2002)

Attentional capture in the chimpanzee (
Pan troglodytes
): Effects of a
singleton distractor on vis
ual search performances.

Current Psychology Letters,

No.8, 97
-
105



Tomonaga M
, Matsuzawa T (2002)

Enumeration

of briefly presented items by the chimpanzee (
Pan
troglodytes
) and humans (
Homo sapiens
)

Animal Learning & Behavior,

30 (2), 143
-
157



Celli ML. ,
Tomonaga M
, Udono T, Teramoto M, Nagano K, (2001)

Learning processes in the acquisition of a tool using tas
k by captive
chimpanzees.

Psychologia,

44: 70
-
81



Fagot J,
Tomonaga M

(2001)

Effects of element sepa
ration on perceptual grouping by humans
(
Homo sapiens
) and chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
): perception of
Kanizsa illusory figures

Animal Cognition,

4: 171
-
177



Matsuzawa T,
Tomonaga M

(2001)

For a rise of comparative cognitive science

Animal Cognition,

4: 133
-
135



Myowa
-
Yamakoshi M,
Tomonaga M

(2001)

Development of face recognition in an infant gibbon(
Hylobates agilis
)

Infant Behavior & Development,

24:215
-
227



Myowa
-
Yamakoshi M,
Tomonaga M

(2001)

Perceiving eye gaze in an infant gibbon (
Hylobates agilis
).

Psychologia,

44(1): 24
-
30



Tomonaga M

(2001)

Visual search for biological motion patterns in chimpanzees (
Pan
troglodytes
).

Psychologia,

44(1): 46
-
59



Tomonaga M
, Matsuzawa T (2000)

Sequential responding to arabic numerals with wild cards by the
chimpanzee (
Pan troglodytes
)

Animal Cognition,

3 :1
-
11



Fagot J, Deruelle C,
Tomonaga M

(1999)

Perception des dimensions globales et locales de stimuli visuels chez le
primate.

Primatologie,

2, 61
-
77



Fagot J,
Tomonaga M

(1999)

Global and local processing in humans (
Homo sapiens
) and
chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
): Use of a visual search task with
compound stimuli.

Journal of Comparative Psychology,

113, 3
-
12



Tomonaga M

(1999)

Inversion effect in perception of human faces in a chimpanzee (
Pan
troglodytes
)

Primates,

40, 417
-
438



Tomonaga M

(1999)

Establishing functional classes in a chimpanzee (
Pan troglodytes
) with
a 2
-
item sequential
-
resp
onding procedure.

Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior,

72, 57
-
79



Tomonaga M

(1999)

Visual texture segregation by the ch
impanzee (
Pan troglodytes
)

Behavioural Brain Research,

99, 209
-
218



Tomonaga M

(1998)

Perception of shape from shading in chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
) and
humans (
H
omo sapiens
)

Animal Cognition,

1, 25
-
35



Tomonaga M

(1997)

Precuing the target location in visual searching by a chimpanzee (
Pan
troglodytes
): Effects of precue vali
dity.

Japanese Psychological Research,

39, 200
-
211



Tonooka R,
Tomonaga M
, Matsuzawa T (1997)

Acquisition and transmission of tool making and use for drinking juice
i
n a group if captive chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
).

Japanese Psychological Research,

39, 253
-
265



Tomonaga M

(1995)

Transfer of odd
-
item search performance in a
chimpanzee (
Pan
troglodytes
).

Perceptual and Motor Skills,

80, 35
-
42



Tomonaga M

(1995)

Visual search by chimpanzees (Pan): assessment of controlling
relations.

Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior,

63, 175
-
186



Tomonaga M

(1994)

How laboratory
-
raised Japanese monkeys (
Macaca fuscata
) perceive
rotated photograph
s of monkeys: Evidence for an inversion effect in
face perception.

Primates,

35, 155
-
165



Tomonaga M

(1993)

Facilitatory and inhibitory effects of blocked
-
t
rial fixation of the target
location on a chimpanzee's (
Pan troglodytes
) visual search performance.

Primates,

34, 161
-
168



Tomonaga M

(1993)

A search for search asymmetry in chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
).

Perceptual and Motor Skills,

76, 1287
-
1295



Tomonaga M

(1993)

Use of multiple
-
alternative mat
ching
-
to
-
sample in the study of visual
search in a chimpanzee (
Pan troglodytes
).

Journal of Comparative Psychology,

107, 75
-
83



Tomonaga M

(1993)

Tests for cont
rol by exclusion and negative stimulus relations of
arbitrary matching to sample in a "symmetry
-
emergent" chimpanzee.

Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior,

59, 215
-
229



Tomonaga M
, Itakura S, Matsuzawa T (1993)

Superiority of conspecific faces and reduced inversion effect in face
perception by a chimpanzee (
Pan troglodytes
).

Folia Primatologica,

61, 110
-
114



Tomonaga M
, Matsuzawa T (1992)

Perception of complex geometric figures in chimpanzees (
Pan
troglodytes
) and humans (Homo sapiens): Analyses of visual similarity
on the basis of choice reaction time.

Journal

of Comparative Psychology,

106, 43
-
52



Tomonaga M
, Matsuzawa T, Fujita K, Yamamoto J, (1991)

Emergence of symmetry in a visual conditional discrimination by
chimpanzees (
Pan troglodytes
).

Psychological Reports,

68, 51
-
60



Tomonaga M

(1990)

Multidimensional auditory stimulus control in a chimpanzee (
Pan
troglodytes
).

Primates,

31, 545
-
553



Tomonaga M
, Ohta H (1990)

Acquisition and transfer of visual Go/No
-
go discrimination by a
chimpanzee.

Primates,

31, 439
-
447