Naofumi NAKAGAWA, D.Sc. (Professor.of Laboratory. of Human Evolution Studies, Kyoto University)

Japanese

List of publications

Papers appeared in International Peer-reviewed Journal

  1. Nakagawa, N. (1989a) Feeding strategies of Japanese monkeys against the deterioration of habitat quality.  Primates, 30: 1-16. [Original]
  2. Nakagawa, N. (1989b) Activity budget and the diet of the Patas monkeys in Kala Maloue National Park, Cameroon: A preliminary report. Primates, 30: 27-34. [Original]
  3. Nakagawa, N. (1989c) Bioenergetics of Japanese monkeys (Macaca fuscata) on Kinkazan Island during winter. Primates, 30: 441-460. [Original]
  4. Nakagawa, N. (1990a) Choice of food patches by Japanese monkeys (Macaca fuscata).  American Journal of Primatology, 21: 17-29. [Original]
  5. Nakagawa, N. (1990b) Decisions on time allocation to different food patches by Japanese monkeys (Macaca fuscata). Primates, 31: 459-468. [Original]
  6. Nakagawa, N. (1992) Distribution of affiliative behaviors among adult females within a group of wild patas monkeys in a non-mating, non-birth season.  International Journal of Primatology, 13: 73-96. [Original]
  7. Nakagawa N. (1995) A Case of infant kidnapping and allomothering by members of neighboring Group in Patas monkeys. Folia Primatologica, 64: 62-68. [Brief Report]
  8. Nakagawa N. (1997) Determinants of the dramatic seasonal changes in the intake of energy and protein by Japanese monkeys in a cool temperate forest.  American Journal of Primatology, 41: 267-288.[Original]
  9. Nakagawa, N. (1998) Indiscriminately response to infant calls in wild patas monkeys (Erythrocebus patas).  Folia Primatologica, 69: 93-99.[Brief Report]
  10. Agetsuma, N.; Nakagawa, N. (1998) Effects of habitat differences on feeding behaviors of Japanese monkeys: comparison between Yakushima and Kinkazan. Primates, 39: 275-289. [Original]
  11. Nakagawa, N. (1998) Ecological determinants of the behavior and social structure of Japanese monkeys: a synthesis. Primates, 39: 375-383. [Original]
  12. Nakagawa, N. (1999) Differential habitat utilization by Patas monkeys (Etythrocebus patas) and Tantalus monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops tantalus), living sympatrically in northern Cameroon. American Journal of Primatology, 49: 243-264. [Original]
  13. Nakagawa, N. (2000a) Seasonal, sex, and interspecific differences in activity time budgets and diets of Patas monkeys (Etythrocebus patas) and Tantalus monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops tantalus), living sympatrically in northern Cameroon.  Primates, 41: 161-174. [Original]
  14. Nakagawa, N. (2000b) Foraging energetics in Patas monkeys (Etythrocebus patas) and Tantalus monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops tantalus): Implications for reproductive seasonality. American Journal of Primatology, 52: 169-185. [Original]
  15. Nakagawa, N. (2003) Difference in food selection between patas monkeys (Etythrocebus patas) and Tantalus monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops tantalus) in Kala Maloue National Park, in relation to nutrient content. Primates, 44: 3-11. [Original]
  16. Nakagawa, N., Ohsawa, H., Muroyama Y. (2003) Life history parameters of a wild group of West African patas monkeys (Erythrocebus patas patas). Primates, 44: 281-290. [Original]
  17. Nakagawa, N. (2008a) Despotic wild patas monkeys (Erythrocebus patas) in Kala Maloue, Cameroon.  American Journal of Primatology, 70: 238-246. [Original]
  18. Nakagawa, N. (2008b) The scaling of feeding rate in wild primates: A preliminary analysis. Mammal Study, 34: 157-162. [Original]
  19. Nakagawa, N. (2009) Feeding rate as valuable information in primate feeding ecology.  Primates, 50: 131-141. [Review]
  20. Shimada, M., Uno, T., Nakagawa, N., Fujita, S., Izawa, K. (2009) A case study of a one-sided attack by multiple troop members on a non-troop adolescent male and the death in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). Aggressive Behaviour, 35: 334-341. [Original]
  21. Shimooka Y, Nakagawa N. (2014) Functions of an unreported "rocking-embrace" gesture between female Japanese Macaques (Macaca fuscata) in Kinkazan Island, Japan. Primates, 55: 327-335. [Original]
  22. Nakagawa N, Matsubara M, Shimooka Y, Nishikawa M. (2015) Embracing in a wild group of Yakushima Macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui) as an example of social customs. Current Anthropology, 56: 104-111. [Original]
  23. Nakagawa N, Matsubara M, Shimooka Y, Nishikawa M. (2015) Reply. Current Anthropology, 56: 117-118. [Opinion]

Papers appeared in Peer-reviewed Journal in Japanese

  1. Nakagawa N, Sakihara, E., Shimamura,H. (1983) New record of Hipposideros turpis from Haterumajima Island. Journal of The Biological Society of Okinama, 21: 3-5. [Brief report]
  2. Ota, H., Maeda, K., Nakagawa, N., Oi, T. (1984) On the specimen of Rhinolophus cornutus Collected in Yakushima Island of the Ohsumi Group. The Journal of the Mammalogical Society of Japan 10: 67-68. [Brief report]
  3. Nakagawa, N. (1989) Feeding behavior of Japanese Monkeys: A viewpoint of optimal foraging strategy. Primate Research, 5: 1-13.(with English summary) [Original]
  4. Nakagawa, N. (1992) What is an Original Study. Primate Research, 8: 153-157. [Opinion]>
  5. Nakagawa, N. (1996) Reconsideration of optimal food selection in non-human primates. Japanese Journal of Ecology, 46: 291-307.(with English summary) [Review]
  6. Nakagawa, N. (1997) Quantifed food lists of the Japanese monkeys in Kinkazan Island. Primate Research, 13: 73-89.(with English summary) [Materials]
  7. Nakagawa, N. (2001) Food choice in non-human primates: Ultimate factor and proximate factor. Japanese Association for the Study of Taste and Smell, 8: 19-24. [Review]
  8. Hige, N., Kudo, S., & Nakagawa, N (2003) Influences of affinity and lengths of separation on greeting behaviors in captive chimpanzees. Primate Research, 19: 157-164.(with English summary) [Brief Report]
  9. Nakagawa, N. (2003) The raison d’etre of “Primate Research” and encouragement of writing reviews in Japanese. Primate Research, 19: 265-269. [Opinion]
  10. Nakagawa, N., Okamoto, A. (2003) Van Schaik’s Socioecological Model: Developments and Problems. Primate Research, 19: 243-264.(with English summary) [Review]
  11. Nakagawa, N. (2008) What sake are the friendships between male and female in Japanese Macaques (Macaca fuscata)?: the Validity and the limits of Socio-Ecology. Primate Research, 24: 91-107.(with English summary) [Review]
  12. Nakagawa, N. (2008) Reply. Primate Research, 24:144-147. [Opinion]
  13. Nakamich, M., Yamada, K. & Nakagawa, N. (2009). Exchange and integration of information on rarely- or infrequently-observed behaviors in Japanese macaques. Primate Research, 25: 15-20. [Information]
  14. Nakagawa, N., Nakamichi, M. & Yamada, K. (2011) Report on the questionnaire for Infrequently-observed behaviors in Japanese macaques. Primate Research, 27: 111-125.(with English summary) [Research Report]
  15. Nakagawa, N. (2013) Intraspecfic diversities of social structures in non-human primates. Biological Science, 64: 105-113. [Review]

Books in English

  1. Nakagawa, N., Iwamoto, T.,Yokota, N., Soumah, A. G. (1996) Inter-regional and inter-seasonal variations of food quality in Japanese macaques: Constraints of digestive volume and feeding time. In: Fa, J. E.; Lindburg, D. G. eds. Evolution and Ecology of Macaque Societies, Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, pp.207-234. [Chapter]
  2. Nakagawa, N., Nakamichi, M., Sugiura, H. (eds.) (2010) The Japanese Macaques, Springer, Tokyo. [Co-editor]
  3. Nakagawa, N., Nakamichi, M., Sugiura, H. (2010) Preface. In: Nakagawa, N., Nakamichi, M., Sugiura, H. eds. The Japanese Macaques, Springer, Tokyo, pp. v-xv. [Chapter]
  4. Nakagawa, N. (2010) Intra-specific differences in social structure of the Japanese macaques: A revival of lost legacy by updated knowledge and perspective. In: Nakagawa, N., Nakamichi, M., Sugiura, H. eds. The Japanese Macaques, Springer, Tokyo, pp. 271-290. [Chapter]
  5. Huffman, M.A., Nakagawa, N., Go, Y., Imai, H., Tomonaga, M. (2012) Monkeys, Apes, and Humans: Primatology in Japan. Springer, Tokyo. [Co-author]
  6. Nakagawa N. Chlorocebus tantalus. (2013) In: Mammals of Africa, vol. II, Primates, Butynski,,T.M., Kingdon,, J., Kalina,, J. (eds.), Bloomsbury Publishing, London, pp.271-273. [Chapter]
  7. Nakagawa N. (2013) The function and evolutionary history of groups in primates: Focusing on sex differences in locational dispersal. In: Groups: The Evolution of Human Sociality, Kawai, K (ed.), Kyoto University Press, Kyoto, pp. 79-110. [Chapter]>
  8. Nakagawa N. (in press) Sugiyama Yukimaru In: Fuentes, A. ed. International Encyclopedia of Primatology,Wiley-Blackwell.

Books in Japanese

  1. Nakagawa N. (1990) Monkeys in savanna: Feeding ecology in patas monkeys. In: Sociology in Non-human Primates, Kawai, M (ed.), Kyoiku-sha, Tokyo, pp. 371-386. [Chapter]
  2. Nakagawa N., Masataka, N. (1992) Feeding Behaviors. In: Quest for mind in Japanese Macaques, Masataka, N (ed.), Asahi-Shinbunsha, Tokyo, pp. 29-48. [Chapter]
  3. Nakagawa N. (1994) Various Veiw-points of Feeding Ecology on Japanese Monkeys, Heibon-sha, Tokyo, 288pp.[Solo-author]
  4. Nakagawa N. (1999) Feeding Forms Society. In: For Beginner for Primatology, Nishida, T., & Uehara, S (eds.), Sekaishiso-Sha, Kyoto, pp. 50-92. [Chapter]
  5. Nakagawa N. (1999) Ecology of Feeding Rate: Feeding Strategies in Monkeys, Kyoto University Press, Kyoto, 288pp.[Solo-author]
  6. Nakagawa N. (2000) Inter-specific and Sex dietary differences: Patas monkeys and Tantalus Monkeys. In: Primate Ecology: Dynamics of Environment and Behavior, Sugiyama, Y (ed.), Kyoto University Press, Kyoto, pp. 177-199. [Chapter]
  7. Nakagawa N. (2003) Travelogue of Trouble in Cameroon. Shinpu-Sha, Tokyo, 99pp.[Solo-uthor]
  8. Nakagawa N. (2006) A small window of Nutrients: Fieldwork and Laboratory work. In: Animals from a Window of Genes: Fieldwork and Laboratory work, Murayama, M., Watanabe, K., & Takenaka, A. (eds.), Kyoto University Press, Kyoto, pp. 419-436. [Chapter]
  9. Nakagawa N. (2007) The Monkeys Running in Savanna: Ecology and Society of Patas Monkeys, Kyoto University Press, Kyoto, 276pp.[Solo-author]
  10. Nakagawa N. (2009) The function and evolutionary history of groups in primates: Focusing on sex differences in locational dispersal. In: Groups: The Evolution of Human Sociality, Kawai, K (ed.), Kyoto University Press, Kyoto, pp. 57-87. [Chapter]
  11. Nakagawa, N.,Tomonaga, M., Yamagiwa, J. (eds.) (2012) Tomorrow in Japanese Primatology, Kyoto-Tsuushin-Sha, Kyoto.239pp. [Editor]
  12. Inoue, E., Nakagawa, N., Minami, M. (2013) How to Observe Wild Animals: Practice in Japanese Mammalogy, Tokyo University Press, Tokyo. [Co-Author]
  13. Nakagawa, N. (2016) Monkeys Tell Us Human Origin and Evolution. Puneuma-shobo, Tokyo. [Solo-author]
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