34. Sheppard C.E.*, Marshall H.H.*, Inger R., Thompson F.J., Vitikainen E.I.K, Barker S., Nichols H.J., Wells D.A., McDonald R.A., Cant M.A. (2018). Decoupling of genetic and cultural inheritance in a wild mammal. Current Biology 28, 1846-1850 [doi]
*Joint first authors

33. Sheppard C.E., Inger R., McDonald R.A., Barker S., Jackson A.J., Thompson F.J., Vitikainen E.I.K., Cant M.A. and Marshall H.H. (2018) Intragroup competition predicts individual foraging specialisation in a group‐living mammal. Ecology Letters 21, 665-673 [doi]

32. Marshall H.H.,  Griffiths D.J., Mwanguhya F., Businge R., Griffiths A.G.F., Kyabulima S., Mwesige K., Sanderson J.L., Thompson F.J., Vitikainen E. and Cant M.A. (2018) Data collection and storage in long-term ecological and evolutionary studies: the Mongoose 2000 system. PLoS One 13, e0190740. [doi]

31. Hares M.C.*, Vitikainen E.I.K.*, Marshall H.H., Thompson F.J., Blount J.D. and Cant M.A. (2018) Telomere dynamics in wild banded mongooses: Evaluating longitudinal and quasi-longitudinal markers of senescence. Experimental Gerontology 107, 67-73  [doi]

30. Thompson F.J., Marshall H.H., Vitikainen E.I.K., Young A.J. and Cant M.A. (2017) Individual and demographic consequences of mass eviction in cooperative banded mongooses. Animal Behaviour 134, 103-112. [doi] 

29. Suggitt A.J., Platts P.J, Barata I.M., Bennie J.J., Burgess M., Bystriakova N., Duffield S., Ewing S.R., Gillingham P.K., Harper A., Hartley A.J., Hemming D.L., Maclean I.M.D., Maltby K., Marshall H.H., Morecroft M.D., Pearce-Higgins J., Pearce-Kelly P., Phillimore A.B., Price J.T., Pyke A., Stewart J., Warren R. and Hill J.K. (2017) Conducting robust ecological analyses with climate data. Oikos. Available online. [doi]

28. Vitikainen E.I.K, Marshall H.H., Thompson F.J., Bell M.B.V, Gilchrist J.S., Hodge S.J., Nichols H.J. and Cant M.A. (2017) Biased escorts: offspring sex, not relatedness, explains alloparental care patterns in a cooperative breeder. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 284, 20162384, [doi]

27. Thompson F.J., Cant M.A., Marshall H.H., Vitikainen E.I.K., Sanderson J.L., Nichols H.J., Gilchrist J.S., Bell M.B.V., Young A.J., Hodge S.J. and Johnstone R.A. (2017) Explaining negative kin discrimination in a cooperative mammal society. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 114, 5207-5212. [doi]

26. Thompson F.J., Marshall H.H., Vitikainen E.I.K. and Cant M.A. (2017) Causes and consequences of intergroup conflict in cooperative banded mongooses. Animal Behaviour 126, 31-40. [doi]

25. Marshall H.H., Vitikainen E.I.K., Mwanguhya F., Businge R., Kyabulima S., Hares M.C., Inzani E., Kalema-Zikusoka G., Mwesige K., Nichols H.J., Sanderson J.L., Thompson F.J. and Cant M.A. (2017) Lifetime fitness consequences of early-life ecological hardship in a wild mammal population. Ecology and Evolution. 7, 1712-1724 [doi]

24. Cooney F., Vitikainen E.I.K., Marshall H.H., van Rooyen W., Smith R.L., Cant M.A., Goodey N. (2016) Lack of aggression and apparent altruism towards intruders in a primitive termite. Royal Society Open Science 3, 160682. [doi]

23. Vitikainen E.I.K., Cant M.A., Sanderson J.L., Mitchell C., Nichols H.J., Marshall H.H., Thompson F.J., Gilchrist J.S., Hodge S.J., Johnstone R.A., Blount J.D. (2016) Evidence of oxidative shielding of offspring in a wild mammal. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4, 58. [doi]

22. Thompson F.J., Marshall H.H, Sanderson J.L., Vitikainen E.I.K, Nichols H.J, Gilchrist J.S., Young A.J., Hodge S.J., Cant M.A. (2016) Reproductive competition triggers mass eviction in cooperative banded mongooses. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283, 20152607. [doi]

21. Inzani E.L., Marshall H.H., Sanderson J.L., Nichols H.J., Thompson F.J., Kalema-Zikusoka G., Hodge S.J., Cant M.A. and Vitikainen E.I.K. (2016). Female reproductive competition explains variation in prenatal investment in wild banded mongooses. Scientific Reports 6, 20013. [doi]

20. Marshall H.H., Sanderson J.L., Mwanguhya F., Businge R., Kyabulima S., Hares M.C., Inzani E., Kalema-Zikusoka G., Mwesige K., Thompson F.J., Vitikainen E.I.K. and Cant M.A. (2016). Variable ecological conditions promote male helping by changing banded mongoose group composition. Behavioral Ecology 27, 978-987. [doi]

19. Sanderson J.L., Nichols H.J., Marshall H.H., Vitikainen E.I.K., Thompson F.J., Walker S.J., Cant M.A. and Young A.J. (2015). Elevated glucocorticoid concentrations during gestation predict reduced reproductive success in subordinate female banded mongooses. Biology Letters 11, 20150620. [doi]

18. Oliver T.H., Marshall H.H., Morecroft M.D., Brereton T., Prudhomme C. and Huntingford C. (2015). Interacting effects of climate change and habitat fragmentation on drought-sensitive butterflies. Nature Climate Change 5, 941-945. [doi]

17. Carter, A.J., Lee A.E.G. and Marshall H.H. (2015). Research questions should drive edge definitions in social network studies. Animal Behaviour 104, e7-e11. [doi]

16. Carter A.J., Lee A.E.G, Marshall H.H., Ticó M.T and Cowlishaw G. (2015). Phenotypic assortment in wild primate networks: implications for the dissemination of information. Royal Society Open Science 2, 14044. [doi].  

15. Marshall H.H., Carter A.J., Ashford A., Rowcliffe J.M. and Cowlishaw G. (2015). Social effects on foraging behavior and success depend on local environmental conditions. Ecology and Evolution 5, 475-492. [doi]

14. Castles M., Heinsohn R., Marshall H.H., Lee A.E.G, Cowlishaw G. and Carter A.J. (2014). Social networks created with different techniques are not comparable. Animal Behaviour96, 59-67. [doi]

13. Sick C., Carter A.J., Marshall H.H., Knapp L.A, Dabelsteen T. and Cowlishaw G. (2014). Evidence for varying social strategies across the day in chacma baboons. Biology Letters10, 
20140249. [doi]

12. Carter A.J., Horrocks N.P.C, Huchard E., Logan C.J, Lukas D., MacLeod K.J., Marshall H.H, Peck H.L., Sanderson J.L. and Sorensen M.C. 2014. (2014). Junior scientists are skeptical of skeptics of open access: A reply to Agrawal. Trends in Plant Sciences 19, 339-340. [doi]

11. Carter A.J., Marshall H.H., Heinsohn R. and Cowlishaw G. (2014). Personality predicts the propensity for social learning in a wild primate. PeerJ 2, e283. [doi]

10. Peck H.L., Pringle H.E., Marshall H.H., Owens I.P.F and Lord A.M. (2014). Experimental evidence of the impacts of an invasive parakeet on foraging behaviour of native birds. Behavioral Ecology 25, 582-590. [doi]

9. Carter A.J., Marshall H.H., Heinsohn R. and Cowlishaw G. (2013). Personality predicts decision making only when information is unreliable. Animal Behaviour 86, 633-639. [doi]

8. Marshall H.H., Carter A.J., Ashford A., Rowcliffe J.M. and Cowlishaw G. (2013). How do foragers decide when to leave a patch? A test of alternative models under natural and experimental conditions. Journal of Animal Ecology 82, 894-902. [doi]

7. Carter A.J., Feeney W.E., Marshall H.H., Cowlishaw G. and Heinsohn R. (2013). Animal personality: what are behavioural ecologists actually measuring? Biological Reviews 88, 465-475. [doi]

6. Huchard E., Charpentier M.J., Marshall H.H., King A.J., Knapp L. and Cowlishaw G. (2013). Paternal effects on access to resources in a promiscuous primate society. Behavioral Ecology 24, 229-236 [doi]

5. Marshall H.H., Carter A.J, Rowcliffe J.M. and Cowlishaw G. (2012). Linking social foraging behaviour with individual time budgets and emergent group-level phenomena. Animal Behaviour 84, 1295-1305. [doi]

4. Marshall H.H., Carter A.J., Coulson T., Rowcliffe J.M. and Cowlishaw G. (2012). Exploring foraging decisions in a social primate using discrete-choice models. The American Naturalist 180, 481-495. [doi]

3. Carter A.J., Marshall H.H., Heinsohn R. and Cowlishaw G. (2012). How not to measure boldness: novel object and antipredator responses are not the same in wild baboons. Animal Behaviour 84, 603-609. [doi]

2. Carter A.J., Marshall H.H., Heinsohn R. and Cowlishaw G. (2012). Evaluating animal personalities: do observer assessments and experimental tests measure the same thing? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66, 153-160. [doi]

1. Huchard E., Raymond M., Benavides J., Marshall H., Knapp L.A. and Cowlishaw G. (2010). A female signal reflects MHC genotype in a social primate. BMC Evolutionary Biology 10, 96. [doi]