• Maggie Stanton, Psychology
Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology

znttvr.fgnagba@snaqz.rqh

Office: LSP121

Education 

Ph.D. in Biology, Georgetown University, 2011

B.S. in Biology, University of Maryland College Park, 2004

B.S. in Psychology, University of Maryland College Park, 2004

Publications 

For more info, go to: margaretastanton.com

Journal Articles

2018

Lonsdorf E.V., Stanton M.A., Murray C.M. 2018. Sex differences in sibling-infant interactions in wild chimpanzees. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 72, 117.

Murray C.M., Stanton M.A., Wellens K.R., Santymire R.M., Heintz M.R., Lonsdorf E.V. 2018. Maternal effects on offspring stress physiology in wild chimpanzees. American Journal of Primatology. 80, e22525.
 
Lonsdorf E.V., Travis D.A., Gillespie T.G., Wolf T., Murray C.M., Wilson M.L., Kamenya S., Mjungu D., Bakuza J., Raphael J., Lipende I., Collins D.A., Gilby I.C., Stanton M.A., Terio K.A., Hahn B.H., Pusey A.E., Goodall J. 2018. Social and demographic patterns of observable clinical signs of ill health in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) at Gombe National Park, Tanzania. American Journal of Primatology. 80, e22562.
 
McGrath K., El-Zaatari S., Guatelli-Steinberg D., Stanton M.A., Reid D.J., Stoinski T.S., Cranfield M.R., Mudakikwa A., McFarlin S.C. 2018. Quantifying linear enamel hypoplasia in Virunga mountain gorillas and other great apes. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 166, 337-352.


2017


Stanton M.A., Lonsdorf E.V., Pusey A.E., Murray C.M. 2017. Do juveniles help or hinder? Influence of juvenile offspring on maternal behavior and reproductive outcomes in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Human Evolution. 111, 152-16.

Miller J.A., Stanton M.A., Lonsdorf E.V., Wellens K.R., Markham A.C., Murray C.M. 2017. Limited evidence for third-party affiliation during development in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii). Royal Society Open Science. DOI: 10.1098/rsos.170500.

Krzyszczyk E., Patterson E.M., Stanton M.A., Mann J. 2017. The transition to independence: Sex differences in the social and behavioral development of wild bottlenose dolphins. Animal Behaviour. 129, 43-59.


2016


Murray C.M., Stanton M.A., Lonsdorf E.V., Wroblewski E.E., Pusey A.E. 2016. Chimpanzee fathers bias their behavior towards their offspring. Royal Society Open Science. DOI: 10.1098/rsos.160441.

O’Malley, R., Stanton M.A., Gilby I., Lonsdorf E.V., Pusey A.E., Markham A.C., Murray C.M. 2016. Patterns of faunivory across reproductive states and rank in wild female chimpanzees. Journal of Human Evolution. 90, 16-28.


2015


Stanton M.A., Heintz M.R., Lonsdorf E.V., Santymire R.M., Lipende I., Murray C.M. 2015. Maternal behavior and physiological stress levels in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii). International Journal of Primatology. 36, 473-488.

Karniski C., Patterson E.M., Krzyszczyk E., Foroughirad V., Stanton M.A., Mann J. 2014. A comparison of survey and focal follow methods for estimating individual activity budgets of cetaceans. Marine Mammal Science. 31, 839-852.


2014


Stanton M.A., Lonsdorf E.V., Pusey A.E., Goodall, J., Murray C.M. 2014. Maternal behavior by birth order in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): Increased investment by first-time mothers. Current Anthropology, 55, 483-489.

Murray, C. M., Lonsdorf, E. V., Stanton, M.A., Wellens, K. R., Miller, J. A., Goodall, J., & Pusey, A. E. 2014. Early social exposure in wild chimpanzees: Mothers with sons are more gregarious than mothers with daughters.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111(51), 18189-18194.

Lonsdorf E.V., Anderson K.A., Stanton M.A., Shender M.A., Heintz M.R., Goodall J., Murray C.M. 2014. Boys will be boys: Sex differences in wild infant chimpanzee social interactions. Animal Behavior, 88, 79-83.


2012


Stanton M.A., Mann J. 2012. Early social networks predict survival in wild bottlenose dolphins. PLoS ONE, 7, e47508. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0047508.

Mann J., Stanton M.A., Patterson E.M., Bienenstock E.J., Singh L.O. 2012. Social Networks Reveal Culture in Tool Using Dolphins. Nature Communications, 3, 980.

Hirsch B.T., Stanton M.A., Maldonado J.E. 2012. Kinship shapes affiliative social networks but not aggression in ring-tailed coatis. PLoS ONE, 7, e37301.

2011


Stanton M.A., Gibson Q.A., Mann J. 2011. When mum’s away: a study of mother and calf ego networks during separations in wild bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp.). Animal Behaviour, 83, 405-412.


​Book Chapters

Mann J., Stanton M.A., Murray, C.M. Forthcoming. Dolphins and Chimpanzees: A case for convergence? In Chimpanzees in Context, ed. Hopper L. & Ross S. University of Chicago Press.

Stanton M.A. & Mann J. 2014. Social network analysis: Applications to primate and cetacean societies. In Primates and cetaceans: Field research and conservation of complex mammalian societies, ed. Yamagiwa J. & Karczmarski L. Springer.

Stanton M.A. & Mann J. 2014. Shark Bay bottlenose dolphins: A case study for defining and measuring sociality. In Primates and cetaceans: Field research and conservation of complex mammalian societies, ed. Yamagiwa J. & Karczmarski L. Springer.​

Courses Taught 

PSY230 Design & Statistics (Lecture and Lab) 

PSY/BIO230 Animal Behavior (Lecture and Lab)

PSY37X Comparative Social Behavior