Campus Directory: Peter Henzi

University of Lethbridge

Peter Henzi
Faculty
Psychology Department
Office: C578 (University Hall)
Phone: (403) 317-2839
Email:

Expertise

Primate sociality and cognition, Animal behaviour, Development and structure of human social cognition

Research Areas

Primate socio-ecology, Baboons, Vervet monkeys, Social development in children, Spatial decision-making

Biography

I am a native of Durban, South Africa, with a PhD from the University of Natal. Together with Prof. Louise Barrett, I conduct field research on the behavioural ecology of southern African primates (baboons, vervets) and, more recently, on the development of human social cognition. I retain strong academic links with South Africa and hold an adjunct research chair at the University of South Africa.

Selected Publications

Representative recent publications include:

J. Jarrett, T. Bonnell, C. Young, L. Barrett & S.P. Henzi. Network integration and limits to social inheritance in vervet monkeys. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B 285 20172668.

C. Young, R. McFarland, L. Barrett & S.P. Henzi. Formidable females and the power trajectories of socially integrated male vervet monkeys. Animal Behaviour 125: 61-67.

S.P. Henzi, R. Hetem, A. Fuller, S. Maloney, C. Young, D. Mitchell, L. Barrett & R. McFarland. 2017. Consequences of sex-specific sociability for thermoregulation in male vervet monkeys during winter. Journal of Zoology 302: 193-200.


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