Deutsches Primatenzentrum GmbH - Leibniz-Institut für Primatenforschung

 
Earth & Life
26. Februar 2020, 14:17
Research results

Pretty good relatives

Our physical and psychological condition is decisive for - our well-being. Humans who have a stable network of friends and relatives are -...  [mehr]

 
Earth & Life
15. Januar 2020, 1:01
Research results, Scientific Publications

What keeps couples together

In mammals, pair bonds are very rare, one of the few exceptions being the red titi monkeys of South America. These relatively small tree dwellers...  [mehr]

 
Earth & Life
18. Dezember 2019, 20:00
Research results, Scientific Publications

Together you’re less alone

Alone, as a pair or in groups - the diversity in social systems of primates is interesting because it may also provide insights into human social...  [mehr]

 
Earth & Life
9. Dezember 2019, 10:15
Research results, Scientific Publications

How a penalty shootout is decided in the brain

A penalty shootout at the Soccer World Cup. All eyes are on the best striker of the team. He should take the decisive shot, preferably past the...  [mehr]

 
Earth & Life
4. Dezember 2019, 20:00
Research results, Scientific Publications

Health care in baboons

Sexually transmitted diseases are widespread among animals and humans. Humans, however, know a multitude of protective and hygienic measures to...  [mehr]

 
Earth & Life
9. September 2019, 15:40
Research results, Scientific Publications

How brain rhythms organize our visual perception

Imagine that you are watching a crowded hang-gliding competition, keeping track of a red and orange glider’s skillful movements. Our brain uses...  [mehr]

 
Earth & Life
14. August 2019, 13:45
Research results, Scientific Publications

Males of a feather flock together

"Birds of a feather flock together" or rather "opposites attract"? The recently published study on male macaques in Thailand speaks for the...  [mehr]

 
Earth & Life
25. Juli 2019, 15:00
Research results, Research projects

Little helpers for the rainforest

Tropical rainforests store large quantities of carbon dioxide, produce oxygen and provide habitats for many animal and plant species. If these...  [mehr]