Federica Amici
Researcher at the University of Leipzig and at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (Germany). She studies the evolutionary processes that shape the distribution of behavior and cognition in animals, with a particular focus on primates and ungulates. She is currently working on the complexity of primate communication, and on the development of behaviour in children and other primates.
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Primates usually live in groups. Sociality provides primates with benefits like support and learning opportunities that ultimately increase their fitness.