A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Peter M Kappeler, Sylvia Cremer, Charles L Nunn. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2015
Times Cited: 71







List of co-cited articles
391 articles co-cited >1



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Monkeys in the middle: parasite transmission through the social network of a wild primate.
Andrew J J MacIntosh, Armand Jacobs, Cécile Garcia, Keiko Shimizu, Keiko Mouri, Michael A Huffman, Alexander D Hernandez. PLoS One 2012
75
19

Infectious disease transmission and contact networks in wildlife and livestock.
Meggan E Craft. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2015
110
19

Social immunity.
Sylvia Cremer, Sophie A O Armitage, Paul Schmid-Hempel. Curr Biol 2007
407
18

Infectious disease and group size: more than just a numbers game.
Charles L Nunn, Ferenc Jordán, Collin M McCabe, Jennifer L Verdolin, Jennifer H Fewell. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2015
60
18

The sociality-health-fitness nexus: synthesis, conclusions and future directions.
Charles L Nunn, Meggan E Craft, Thomas R Gillespie, Mark Schaller, Peter M Kappeler. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2015
22
50


Brown spider monkeys (Ateles hybridus): a model for differentiating the role of social networks and physical contact on parasite transmission dynamics.
Rebecca Rimbach, Donal Bisanzio, Nelson Galvis, Andrés Link, Anthony Di Fiore, Thomas R Gillespie. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2015
36
27


Do animals living in larger groups experience greater parasitism? A meta-analysis.
Joanna L Rifkin, Charles L Nunn, László Z Garamszegi. Am Nat 2012
74
12




Disease transmission in territorial populations: the small-world network of Serengeti lions.
Meggan E Craft, Erik Volz, Craig Packer, Lauren Ancel Meyers. J R Soc Interface 2011
65
10

Linking social and pathogen transmission networks using microbial genetics in giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis).
Kimberly L VanderWaal, Edward R Atwill, Lynne A Isbell, Brenda McCowan. J Anim Ecol 2014
91
9


Grooming in Barbary macaques: better to give than to receive?
Kathryn Shutt, Ann MacLarnon, Michael Heistermann, Stuart Semple. Biol Lett 2007
90
9


Network centrality and seasonality interact to predict lice load in a social primate.
Julie Duboscq, Valeria Romano, Cédric Sueur, Andrew J J MacIntosh. Sci Rep 2016
34
20

Superspreading and the effect of individual variation on disease emergence.
J O Lloyd-Smith, S J Schreiber, P E Kopp, W M Getz. Nature 2005
991
8

Implications of the behavioural immune system for social behaviour and human health in the modern world.
Mark Schaller, Damian R Murray, Adrian Bangerter. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2015
46
13



Parasite infection and host group size: a meta-analytical review.
Jesse E H Patterson, Kathreen E Ruckstuhl. Parasitology 2013
61
9




Seasonality and the dynamics of infectious diseases.
Sonia Altizer, Andrew Dobson, Parviez Hosseini, Peter Hudson, Mercedes Pascual, Pejman Rohani. Ecol Lett 2006
607
8

Strong and consistent social bonds enhance the longevity of female baboons.
Joan B Silk, Jacinta C Beehner, Thore J Bergman, Catherine Crockford, Anne L Engh, Liza R Moscovice, Roman M Wittig, Robert M Seyfarth, Dorothy L Cheney. Curr Biol 2010
246
8


Social bonds of female baboons enhance infant survival.
Joan B Silk, Susan C Alberts, Jeanne Altmann. Science 2003
361
8

Ecology: avoidance of disease by social lobsters.
Donald C Behringer, Mark J Butler, Jeffrey D Shields. Nature 2006
106
8

When individual behaviour matters: homogeneous and network models in epidemiology.
Shweta Bansal, Bryan T Grenfell, Lauren Ancel Meyers. J R Soc Interface 2007
253
7

Comparative tests of parasite species richness in primates.
Charles L Nunn, Sonia Altizer, Kate E Jones, Wes Sechrest. Am Nat 2003
178
7

Social status, immune response and parasitism in males: a meta-analysis.
Bobby Habig, Elizabeth A Archie. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2015
33
15

Social transfer of pathogenic fungus promotes active immunisation in ant colonies.
Matthias Konrad, Meghan L Vyleta, Fabian J Theis, Miriam Stock, Simon Tragust, Martina Klatt, Verena Drescher, Carsten Marr, Line V Ugelvig, Sylvia Cremer. PLoS Biol 2012
83
7

Hypothesis testing in animal social networks.
Darren P Croft, Joah R Madden, Daniel W Franks, Richard James. Trends Ecol Evol 2011
110
7



Disease spread, susceptibility and infection intensity: vicious circles?
Pablo M Beldomenico, Michael Begon. Trends Ecol Evol 2010
150
7

Social living mitigates the costs of a chronic illness in a cooperative carnivore.
E S Almberg, P C Cross, A P Dobson, D W Smith, M C Metz, D R Stahler, P J Hudson. Ecol Lett 2015
24
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Mandrills use olfaction to socially avoid parasitized conspecifics.
Clémence Poirotte, François Massol, Anaïs Herbert, Eric Willaume, Pacelle M Bomo, Peter M Kappeler, Marie J E Charpentier. Sci Adv 2017
42
11

Network models: an underutilized tool in wildlife epidemiology?
Meggan E Craft, Damien Caillaud. Interdiscip Perspect Infect Dis 2011
58
6

The influence of social structure, habitat, and host traits on the transmission of Escherichia coli in wild elephants.
Patrick I Chiyo, Laura E Grieneisen, George Wittemyer, Cynthia J Moss, Phyllis C Lee, Iain Douglas-Hamilton, Elizabeth A Archie. PLoS One 2014
16
25

Social network analysis of wild chimpanzees provides insights for predicting infectious disease risk.
Julie Rushmore, Damien Caillaud, Leopold Matamba, Rebecca M Stumpf, Stephen P Borgatti, Sonia Altizer. J Anim Ecol 2013
44
9

A canine distemper virus epidemic in Serengeti lions (Panthera leo).
M E Roelke-Parker, L Munson, C Packer, R Kock, S Cleaveland, M Carpenter, S J O'Brien, A Pospischil, R Hofmann-Lehmann, H Lutz,[...]. Nature 1996
309
5

Opposing effects of allogrooming on disease transmission in ant societies.
Fabian J Theis, Line V Ugelvig, Carsten Marr, Sylvia Cremer. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2015
20
20

Networks and epidemic models.
Matt J Keeling, Ken T D Eames. J R Soc Interface 2005
521
5



Costs and benefits of group living with disease: a case study of pneumonia in bighorn lambs (Ovis canadensis).
Kezia R Manlove, E Frances Cassirer, Paul C Cross, Raina K Plowright, Peter J Hudson. Proc Biol Sci 2014
17
23


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.