About Lisa M Rose-Wiles
I am the Science Librarian at Seton Hall University Libraries in South Orange, New Jersey. I hold Master of Information & Library Science from Rutgers University and a PhD in Biological Anthropology from Washington University in St. Louis. Prior to moving into the library field, I conducted field research on capuchin monkeys in Costa Rica, Argentina and Suriname, and published numerous articles in primate behavioral ecology. I continue to co-teach in Biology. My current interests include embedded librarianship, student research, library usage statistics, eBooks, discovery tools, and copyright, intellectual property, open access publishing and scholarly communication.
Dr. Lisa Rose-Wiles
Seton Hall University
400 South Orange Avenue
South Orange, NJ 07079
Tel. 973-275-2047, Fax 973-761-9432
Interspecific interactions between Cebus capucinus and other species at three ...
International Journal of Primatology (2003)
Capuchins exhibit considerable cross-site variation in domains such as foraging strategy, vocal communication and social interaction. We report interactions between ...
Cross-site differences in foraging behavior of white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus)
American Journal of Physical Anthropology (2002)
Researchers have identified a variety of cross-site differences in the foraging behavior of free-ranging great apes, most notably among chimpanzees ...
Dynamics of Female–Female Relationships in Wild Cebus capucinus: Data ...
International Journal of Primatology (1999)
Three questions about female-female relationships remain largely unexplored in female-philopatric platyrrhines. First, to what extent is female dominance status dependent ...