Publications

Journal Publication

*Kano F., Walker J., Sasaki T., Dora B. (2018) Head-mounted sensors reveal visual attention of free-flying homing pigeons. Journal of Experimental Biology, in press.

*Sato Y., Kano F., Hirata S. (2018) Cutting-edge infrared thermography as a new tool to explore animal emotions (in Japanese). The Japanese Journal of Animal Psychology, in press.
*Kano F., *Shepherd S.V., Hirata S., Call J. (2018) Primate social attention: Species differences and effects of individual experience in humans, great apes, and macaques. PLOS ONE 13(2), e0193283. (co-correspondence).
*Kano, F., *Krupenye, C., Hirata, S., Call, J., Tomasello, M. (2017) Submentalizing cannot explain great apes' belief-based action anticipation. Trends in Cognitive Science, 21, 9, 633–634. (shared first-authors, co-correspondence).
*Krupenye, C.,*Kano, F., Hirata, S., Call, J., Tomasello, M., (2017) A Test of the Submentalizing Hypothesis: Apes' Performance in a False Belief Task Inanimate Control. Communicative and Integrative Biology, 10(4), e1343771. (shared first-authors, co-correspondence).
*Kano, F., *Krupenye, C., Hirata, S., Call, J., Tomasello, M., (2017) Eye tracking uncovered great apes' ability to anticipate that other individuals will act according to false beliefs. Communicative & Integrative Biology 10(2), e1299836. (shared first-authors, co-correspondence).
*Krupenye, C., *Kano, F., Hirata, S., Call, J., Tomasello, M. (2016). Great apes anticipate that other individuals will act according to false beliefs. Science, Science, 354(6308): 110-114. (shared first-authors, co-correspondence).
*Kano, F., Hirata, S., Deschner, T., Behringer, V., Call, J. (2016). Nasal temperature drop in response to a playback of conspecific fights in chimpanzees: A thermo-imaging study. Physiology & Behavior, 155, 83-94.
*Kano F, Hirata S (2015) Great Apes Make Anticipatory Looks Based on Long-Term Memory of Single Events, Current Biology 25(19): 2513-2517.
*Kano F, Hirata S, Call J (2015) Social Attention in the Two Species of Pan: Bonobos Make More Eye Contact than Chimpanzees. PLoS ONE 10(6): e0129684. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0129684
*Kano, F., & Call, J. Great apes make goal-directed action prediction by eye movements, Psychological Science, 25(9): 1691-1698, 2014.
*Kano, F., & Call, J. Cross-species variation of gaze following and conspecific preference among great apes, human infants and adults. Animal Behaviour, 91: 137-150, 2014.
*Kano, F., & Tomonaga, M. Head-Mounted Eye Tracking of a Chimpanzee under Naturalistic Conditions. PLoS ONE, 8(3), e59785, 2013
*Kano, F., Eyes are the window to the mind; Eye-tracking reveals how great apes see the world (Japanese). Primate Research , 28(2), 95-108, 2013
*Kano, F., Call, J., & Tomonaga, M. Face and eye scanning in gorillas, orangutans, and humans: unique eye-viewing patterns in humans among hominids. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 126(4), 388-398, 2012.
*Kano, F., Hirata, S., Call, J., & Tomonaga, M. The visual strategy specific to humans among hominids: A study using gap-overlap paradigm.  Vision Research. 51, 2348-2355, 2011
*Kano, F., & Tomonaga, M. Species difference in the timing of gaze movement between chimpanzees and humans. Animal Cognition.14(6), 879-892, 2011
*Kano, F., & Tomonaga, M. Perceptual mechanism underlying gaze guidance in chimpanzees and humans. Animal Cognition, 14(3), 377-386, 2011.
*Kano, F., Tanaka, M., & Tomonaga, M. Attention to emotional scenes including whole-body expressions in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 124(3), 287-294, 2011.
*Kano, F., & Tomonaga, M. Face scanning in chimpanzees and humans: continuity and discontinuity. Animal Behaviour, 79, 227-235, 2010.
*Hattori, Y., Kano, F., & Tomonaga, M. Differential sensitivity to conspecific and allospecific cues in chimpanzees and humans: A comparative eye-tracking study. Biology Letters, 6(5), 610-613, 2010.
*Kano, F., & Tomonaga, M. How chimpanzees look at pictures: a comparative eye-tracking study. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 276(1664), 1949-1955, 2009.
*Kano, F., Tanaka, M., & Tomonaga, M. Enhanced recognition of emotional stimuli in the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). Animal Cognition, 11(3), 517-524, 2008.
(*correspondence)







Book chapter

狩野文浩. 野生動物ハンドブック, 京都通信社(分担執筆:「ハトから見た世界を擬似体験」), 2018年
*Kano, F., Call J. (2017). Great ape social attention. In Evolution of Brain, Cognition, and Emotion in Vertebrates (eds. Shigeru W., M H., T S.), pp. 187-206. Tokyo, Springer.
狩野文浩.行動生物学辞典,東京化学同人(分担執筆:「視線」「表情」),2013年


Invited talks

Kano F. Eye tracking uncovered great apes' ability to anticipate that other individuals will act according to false beliefs. An international seminar titled "What is unique and what is typical of human mind?" (Invited), Inamori Hall, Kyoto University, Japan. 30th, March, 2018.
Kano, F. Eye tracking uncovered great apes’ ability to anticipate other individuals' actions. School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar (Invited), St. Andrews, UK. 29th, September, 2017
Kano, F. Great apes make anticipatory looks based on their memories. International Conference of Psychological Science, Vienna, Contributed Symposium (Invited), 21st-25th, March, 2017.
Kano, F, Hirata S, Krupenye C, Call J. Captive great apes make anticipatory looks based on their memories, and the actor’s goals and beliefs in movie stories, International Primatological Society, Chicago, Contributed Symposium (Invited), 22th-26th, Aug, 2016.


Domestic invited (Japan)

狩野文浩. 類人猿のアイ・トラッキング, 日本心理学会, 久留米シティプラザ, 国際賞記念講演, 招待, 2017年9月20日
狩野文浩. 類人猿と鳥類の心理研究:最新センサー技術とアナログの工夫で新しい研究パラダイムをめざす, 行動2017, 東京大学, 招待, 2017年9月1日
狩野文浩. 類人猿も他者の思考を推し量る ―アイ・トラッキングを用いた「誤信念」理解の研究―. 日本人間行動学会, 金沢市文化ホール, 基調講演, 招待, 2016年12月10日
狩野文浩. Great apes make anticipatory looks based on goals, memories, and beliefs. 日本心理学会, 名古屋国際会議場, 口頭, 招待, 2015年9月22日
狩野文浩. Social attention in great apes; eye contact, gaze following, and ostention. 日本心理学会, 名古屋国際会議場, 口頭, 招待, 2015年9月24日