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MacIntosh Andrew

マッキントッシュ アンドリュー | MacIntosh Andrew
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Homepage URL  (1): https://www.macintoshlab.com/
Research field  (8): Cognitive sciences ,  Science education ,  Infectious disease ,  Parasitology ,  Physical anthropology ,  Ecology and environmental science ,  Evolutionary biology ,  Animals: biochemistry, physiology, behavioral science
Research keywords  (6): complexity science/theory (biological fractals) ,  health and conservation ,  parasite/disease ecology ,  social and ecological networks ,  behavioural organization ,  behavioural ecology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (10):
  • 2020 - 2024 Testing dilution versus amplification effects of primate biodiversity on parasite biodiversity
  • 2019 - 2022 Cognitive and physiological responses to disgust elicitors in chimpanzees
  • 2018 - 2022 The impacts of artificial disturbances on wildlife ecology and physiology
  • 2018 - 2021 Measuring fitness costs of habitat degradation in an endangered primate
  • 2017 - 2020 Infant handling and social integration of infants and juveniles in wild Japanese macaques
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Papers (60):
  • Zhihong Xu, Andrew J. J. MacIntosh, Alba Castellano-Navarro, Emilio Macan{\'{a } }s-Mart{\'{\i } }nez, Takafumi Suzumura, Julie Duboscq. Linking parasitism to network centrality and the impact of sampling bias in its interpretation. 2021
  • Liesbeth Frias, Hideo Hasegawa, Tock H. Chua, Symphorosa Sipangkui, Danica J. Stark, Milena Salgado-Lynn, Benoit Goossens, Kenneth Keuk, Munehiro Okamoto, Andrew J.J. MacIntosh. Parasite community structure in sympatric Bornean primates. International Journal for Parasitology. 2021
  • Castellano-Navarro, A., Macanás-Martínez, E., Xu, Z., Guillén-Salazar, F., MacIntosh, A. J. J., Amici, F., Albiach-Serrano, A. Japanese Macaques’ (Macaca fuscata) sensitivity to human gaze and visual perspective in contexts of threat, cooperation, and competition. Scientific Reports. 2021. 11. 1
  • Gomez-Melara, J.L., Acosta-Naranjo, R., Castellano-Navarro, A., Beltrán Francés, V., Caicoya, A.L., MacIntosh, A.J.J., Maulany, R.I., Ngakan, P.O., Amici, F. Dominance style predicts differences in food retrieval strategies. Scientific Reports. 2021. 11. 1
  • Sarabian, C., Belais, R., MacIntosh, A.J.J. Avoidance of Contaminated Food Correlates With Low Protozoan Infection in Bonobos. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 2021. 9
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MISC (4):
  • Cecile Garcia, Lucie Rigaill, Andrew MacIntosh, James Higham, Fred Bercovitch, Michael Huffman, Keiko Mouri, Keiko Shimizu, Rafaela Takeshita, Takeshi Furuichi. Studies on Reproduction in Japanese Macaques - Ten Years of Collaboration between France and Japan. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA. 2017. 88. 2. 180-181
  • J. Duboscq, V. Romano, C. Sueur, A. MacIntosh. INVESTIGATING INFECTION RISK AND SOCIALITY: CENTRALITY INTERACTS WITH SEASONALITY TO PREDICT LICE LOAD IN FREE-RANGING FEMALE JAPANESE MACAQUES, MACACA FUSCATA. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2015. 77. 143-144
  • Julie Duboscq, Valeria Romano, Cedric Sueur, Andrew MacIntosh. Investigating Infection Risk and Sociality: Centrality Interacts with Seasonality to Predict Lice Load in Free-Ranging Female Japanese Macaques, Macaca fuscata. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA. 2015. 86. 4. 274-274
  • Lucie Rigaill, Andrew J. J. MacIntosh, James P. Higham, Sandra Winters, Keiko Shimizu, Keiko Mouri, Takeshi Furuichi, Cecile Garcia. Female Japanese Macaques Advertise Pregnancy in Multiple Modalities. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA. 2015. 86. 4. 346-346
Lectures and oral presentations  (57):
  • Show me chaos! Measuring organizational complexity through fractal time series analysis of behavior sequences in indicator species
    (International Bio-logging Society Webinar - Approaches to Modeling Bio-logging Data 2020)
  • Behavioral ecology and epidemiology of gastrointestinal parasitism in primates: patterns, processes and host responses
    (University of South Bohemia, Ceske Budejovice, Czechia 2019)
  • Show me chaos! Fractal time in animal behavior as a bioindicator of ecological challenge
    (Masaryk University, Brno, Czechia 2019)
  • Show me chaos! seeking fractal time in captive animal behavior
    (The 14th International Conference on Environmental Enrichment, Kyoto, Japan 2019)
  • Altered parasite community structure in threatened primates
    (The 35th congress of the Primate Society of Japan, Kumamoto, Japan 2019)
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Education (2):
  • 2007 - 2010 Kyoto University Primatology
  • 2000 - 2002 University of Calgary Primatology
Work history (5):
  • 2017/04 - 現在 Kyoto University Primate Research Institute Associate Professor
  • 2014/04 - 2017/03 Kyoto University Wildlife Research Center Program-Specific Associate Professor
  • 2012/04 - 2014/03 Kyoto University Primate Research Institute Program-Specific Assistant Professor
  • 2011/04 - 2012/03 Kyoto University Primate Research Institute Research Associate
  • 2010/10 - 2011/03 Kyoto University Primate Research Institute Academic Assistant
Awards (4):
  • 2013/07 - Japan Monkey Center・Primate Society of Japan・Springer Primates Most Cited Paper Award
  • 2013/07 - Primate Society of Japan・Kyouei Steel Corporation Takashima Prize Research Excellence
  • 2007/04 - Monbukagakusho (MEXT) MEXT Scholarship for International Students
  • 2001/09 - Province of Alberta Province of Alberta Graduate Scholarship (PAGS)
Association Membership(s) (3):
International Primatological Society ,  Primate Society of Japan ,  Society for Ecology and Health
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