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Jamie Whitehouse

Research Fellow

School of Social Sciences

Staff Group(s)
Psychology

Role

Jamie Whitehouse is a Research Fellow within the Department of Psychology, working under PI Prof. Bridget Waller on the European Research Council (ERC) funded project: FACEDIFF. In the past, Jamie's work has focused primarily on social behaviour and communication in non-human primates and in his current role, he aims to uncover the evolutionary origins of individual differences in facial expression through comparative research on macaque monkeys.

Publications

Ballesta, S., Sadoughi, B., Miss, F., Whitehouse, J., Aguenounon, G., & Meunier, H. (2021). Assessing the reliability of an automated method for measuring dominance hierarchy in non-human primatesPrimates, 1-13.

Julle-Danière, E., Whitehouse, J., Vrij, A., Gustafsson, E., & Waller, B. M. (2020). The social function of the feeling and expression of guilt. Royal Society open science7(12), 200617.

Whitehouse, J., & Meunier, H. (2020). An understanding of third-party friendships in a tolerant macaqueScientific reports10(1), 1-11.

Julle-Danière, E., Whitehouse, J., Mielke, A., Vrij, A., Gustafsson, E., Micheletta, J., & Waller, B. M. (2020). Are there non-verbal signals of guilt?PLoS One15(4), e0231756.

Waller, B. M., Whitehouse, J., & Micheletta, J. (2017). Rethinking primate facial expression: A predictive frameworkNeuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews82, 13-21.

Whitehouse, J., Micheletta, J., & Waller, B. M. (2017). Stress behaviours buffer macaques from aggressionScientific reports7(1), 1-9.

Whitehouse, J., Micheletta, J., Kaminski, J., & Waller, B. M. (2016). Macaques attend to scratching in othersAnimal behaviour122, 169-175.

Waller, B. M., Whitehouse, J., & Micheletta, J. (2016). Macaques can predict social outcomes from facial expressions. Animal cognition19(5), 1031-1036.

Julle-Daniere, E., Micheletta, J., Whitehouse, J., Joly, M., Gass, C., Burrows, A. M., & Waller, B. M. (2015). MaqFACS (Macaque Facial Action Coding System) can be used to document facial movements in Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus). PeerJ3, e1248.

Micheletta, J., Whitehouse, J., Parr, L. A., & Waller, B. M. (2015). Facial expression recognition in crested macaques (Macaca nigra). Animal Cognition18(4), 985-990.

Micheletta, J., Whitehouse, J., Parr, L. A., Marshman, P., Engelhardt, A., & Waller, B. M. (2015). Familiar and unfamiliar face recognition in crested macaques (Macaca nigra)Royal Society open science2(5), 150109.

Whitehouse, J., Waller, B. M., Chanvin, M., Wallace, E. K., Schel, A. M., Peirce, K., ... & Slocombe, K. (2014). Evaluation of public engagement activities to promote science in a zoo environment. PloS one9(11), e113395.

Waller, B. M., Misch, A., Whitehouse, J., & Herrmann, E. (2014). Children, but not chimpanzees, have facial correlates of determinationBiology Letters10(3), 20130974.

Whitehouse, J., Micheletta, J., Powell, L. E., Bordier, C., & Waller, B. M. (2013). The impact of cognitive testing on the welfare of group housed primates. PLoS one8(11), e78308.

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