PSGB student poster presentation prize winners:

2009 - Emma Nelson, University of Liverpool: Using digit ratios (2D:4D) to predict the social systems of extinct hominids
2010 - Cristiane Casar, University of St. Andrews: Predator alarm calls in wild black-fronted titi monkeys Callicebus nigrifrons
2011 - Hannah Jones, University of Chester: An assessment of the use of bouts and frequencies to measure lateralised hand use in naturalistically-housed chimpanzees
2012 - Emma Wallace, Roehampton University: The effect of non-naturalistic auditory enrichment on the welfare of Moloch gibbons (Hylobates moloch).
2013 - Sandra Molesti, University of Lincoln: Testing the role of direct, indirect and generalised reciprocity in grooming exchanges of wild Barbary macaques
2014 - Josie Phillips, University of West of England: The use of sleeping sites by slow lorises
2015 - Siobhan Webster, Oxford Brookes: Recent trends in perception of threatened slow lorises (Nycticebus spp.) on Web 2.0 site YouTube and implications for social media reporting policies
2016 - Marie-Claire Pagano, How does male-infant handling affect the mother in Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus)?
2017 - Giang Cao, First assessment of genetic diversity of the Con Son long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis condorensis) populations
2018 - Sarah E. DeTRoy: The times they are a-changin: The development of social tolerance in four chimpanzee groups over seven years.

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