Jean-Baptiste Leca, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Board of Governors Research Chair (Tier II)
Department of Psychology
University of Lethbridge
Canada

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Camilla Cenni presenting the first study of her PhD project at the Meeting of the Minds conference (March 2018, University of Lethbridge; Photo credit: Vasil Todorinov)
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Camilla Cenni presenting the first study of her PhD project at the Meeting of the Minds conference (March 2018, University of Lethbridge)
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Camilla Cenni presenting the first study of her PhD project at the Meeting of the Minds conference (March 2018, University of Lethbridge)
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Camilla Cenni presenting the first study of her PhD project at the Meeting of the Minds conference (March 2018, University of Lethbridge)
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Poster presentation at the Meeting of Minds conference (March 2017, University of Lethbridge) L to R: Erin Davis, Tatjana Kaufmann, Lauren Vomberg, JB Leca, and Amanda Pelletier.
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Field practicum on tool use (a Saturday night in Lethbridge, February, 2018); L to R: Sidhesh Mohak, Brittany Toth, Camilla Cenni, and Stephanie Blencowe
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Noelle Gunst, Maya, a stone handler and a monkey witness at the beginning of a stone handling contagion... (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2017)
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Noelle Gunst, Maya, and a monkey (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2017)
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Noelle Gunst filming an adult male long-tailed macaques performing stone handling behavior (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2017)
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Maya filming "grooming monkeys" (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2017)
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Lilah Sciaky filming an adult male long-tailed macaque... and carefully watching her back! (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2017)
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Lilah Sciaky filming a female long-tailed macaque in the Cemetery area of the Ubud Monkey Forest (Bali, May 2017).
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Lilah Sciaky and her favourite monkey: "Coco (left), what will you come up with next?"
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Lilah Sciaky, Maya, and Noelle Gunst lost in "The Jungle" (Bali, end of afternoon, May 2017)
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Lilah Sciaky, Noelle Gunst, and Maya doing observations in the Cemetery area of the Ubud Monkey Forest (Bali, May 2017)
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Three primatologists -- Noelle Gunst, Lilah Sciaky, and Maya -- going to the field (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, May 2017)
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We were lucky this year: we had FOUR monkeys at the Ubud Monkey Forest (Bali, May 2017): JB Leca, Maya, Lilah Sciaky, and Noelle Gunst
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Another version of our traditional team picture (Ubud, May 2017): JB Leca, Lilah Sciaky, and Dr. Islamul Hadi (Mataram University, Lombok, Indonesia)
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Fany Brotcorne received a Derscheid-Delcourt research grant for her postdoc project (Sept. 2016)
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Montana Hull following 2 long-tailed macaques (Ubud, September 2016)
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JB Leca and Mike Huffman filming stone handling behavior at the Ubud Monkey Forest (Bali, August, 2008)
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Sometimes, you have lots of stones around... but no monkeys (JB Leca in the Teluk Terima temple area, West Bali National Park, April 2010)
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Noëlle Gunst looking for ebony langurs during a transect survey in the Prapat Agung peninsula (West Bali National Park, July 2010)
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JB Leca looking for ebony langurs during a transect survey in the Prapat Agung peninsula, West Bali National Park (February 2010)
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Silvana Sita, JB Leca, I Nyoman Buana (Manager of the Ubud Monkey Forest), Amélie Kluzinski, and Elenora Neugebauer visiting the Sangeh Monkey Forest (Bali, June 2016)
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Noëlle Gunst watching a grooming interaction between 2 Japanese macaques (Arashiyama, central Japan, Nov. 2010)
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JB Leca and Noëlle Gunst taking a break from the observations at the Arashiyama Monkey Park (around Kyoto, Japan, October 2011)
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Noëlle Gunst and JB Leca on the platform overhanging the Langoué Baï at Ivindo National Park, Gabon (May 2008)
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JB Leca and Noëlle Gunst carefully following Gabonese people's advice: wearing insect-repellent plants (Ivindo National Park, Gabon)
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Noëlle Gunst walking among Japanese macaques during "nap/grooming time" (Arashiyama, central Japan, Nov. 2010)
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Fany Brotcorne, Silvana Sita, and Lucía Jorge Sales (Uluwatu, Bali, May 2016)
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JB Leca video-recording a heterosexual consortship of Japanese macaques (Minoo mountains, Central Japan, January 2013)
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Fany Brotcorne and her new best friend: The Psion (Uluwatu, south Bali, October 2015) (photo by Axel Michels)
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JB Leca, Fany Brotcorne, Lucía Jorge Sales, and a yawning macaque (Uluwatu, Bali, May 2016)
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Maya, our new field assistant in the team (Arashiyama, central Japan, December 2015)
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Stuart (BBC camera operator), Chris Packham (BBC presenter and naturalist), Andrew (BBC sound operator), Fany Brotcorne, JB Leca, Gwennan Giraud, Amalia Ahmad, Victoria Buckley (BBC researcher and coordinator), Putu, Putu, and Ketut
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Elenora Neugebauer video-recording an adult male long-tailed macaque (Ubud, Bali, June 2016)
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Anna Holzner (with her hat "safely" jammed down on her forehead) surrounded by the Uluwatu monkeys (October 2015) (photo by Fany Brotcorne)
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Mike Huffman, Charmalie Nahallage, and JB Leca (Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, August 2008)
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Lucía Jorge Sales considerately watching her study subjects (Uluwatu, Bali, May 2016)
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The 2008 Stone Handling Team: Charmalie Nahallage, JB Leca, and Mike Huffman (Ubud, Bali, August 2008)
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Elenora Neugebauer and Silvana Sita waiting for their study subjects in the vicinity of the Ubud Monkey Forest (Ubud, Bali, June 2016)
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Amanda Pelletier, presenting her first poster on stone handling behavior at the Prairie University Biology Symposium - PUBS -  (University of Lethbridge, February 2016)
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Lucía Jorge Sales: A field primatologist at work (Uluwatu, Bali, May 2016)
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Lucía Jorge Sales (holding Panamá!), JB Leca, and Fany Brotcorne (Uluwatu, Bali, May 2016)
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JB Leca collecting data on a female homosexual consortship of Japanese macaques (Minoo mountains, Central Japan, January 2013)
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1 Macaca fascicularis ("Who's this one, Nora?) and 3 Homo sapiens: Silvana Sita, Elenora Neugebauer, and JB Leca (Ubud, Bali, June 2016)
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Same place, different time, different team: Elenora Neugebauer, JB Leca, I Nyoman Buana (Manager of the Ubud Monkey Forest),       Jeffrey Peterson, and Silvana Sita at the entrance gate of the Ubud Monkey Forest (Bali, June 2016)
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One of these hard field work days for JB Leca, Elenora Neugebauer, and Silvana Sita (Ubud, Bali, June 2016)
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Shawn Philbert (Forestry Officer) and JB Leca speaking about the mona monkey project with an elementary school teacher and her pupils (and Maya!) in the Grand Etang National Park (central Grenada, West Indies) in April 2014
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JB Leca, Charmalie Nahallage, and Mike Huffman during the Primatological Seminars at Udayana University, Bali
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Elenora Neugebauer, JB Leca, I Nyoman Buana (Manager of the Ubud Monkey Forest), Jeffrey Peterson, and Silvana Sita (Ubud, Bali, June 2016)
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JB Leca pretending to be an ecologist in the Prapat Agung peninsula (West Bali National Park, June 2010)
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JB Leca and Noëlle Gunst during the stone handling data collection on Japanese macaques (Arashiyama-Kyoto, Japan. October 2008)
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Never too early to start field primatology... (Arashiyama, central Japan, December 2015)
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Elenora Neugebauer, Silvana Sita, Jeffrey Peterson, and JB Leca: Four big monkeys on a break (Ubud, Bali, June 2016)
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Anna Holzner filming monkeys "over the edge" (Uluwatu, south Bali, October 2015) (photo by Axel Michels)
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Gwennan Giraud, JB Leca, and Fany Brotcorne during a BBC filming of the "robbing/bartering" project in June 2015 (Uluwatu, Bali)
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Fany Brotcorne collecting field data... or enjoying the view, just like the monkeys (?)  (Uluwatu, south Bali, October 2015) (photo by Axel Michels)
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