Publications

All papers are available for personal or academic use upon request

Peer-reviewed publications

16) De Petrillo F., Paoletti M., Bellagamba F., Manzi G., Paglieri F., Addessi E. (In press). Contextual factors modulate risk preferences in adult humans. Behavioural Processes

15) De Petrillo F. & Rosati A.G. (In press). Decision-making in animals: rational choices and adaptive strategies. To appear in: Cambridge Handbook of Animal Cognition (A. Kaufman, J. Call ,& J. Kaufman, eds.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

14) De Petrillo, F. & Rosati A.G. (2020). Logical inferences from visual and auditory information in ruffed lemurs and sifakas. Animal Behaviour.

13) De Petrillo F. & Rosati A.G. (2019). Rhesus macaques use probabilities to predict future events. Evolution and Human Behaviour, 40: 436-446

12) De Petrillo F. & Rosati A.G. (2019). Ecological rationality: convergent decision-making in apes and capuchins. Behavioural Processes, 164: 201-213

11) De Petrillo F., Gori E., Micucci A., Bourgeois-Gironde S., Addessi E. (2019). Evolutionary origins of money categorization: An experimental investigation in tufted capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.). Animal cognition, 1-18.

10) Zoratto F., Oddi G., Gori E., Micucci A., De Petrillo F., Paglieri F., … & Addessi E. (2018). Social modulation of risky decision-making in rats (Rattus norvegicus) and tufted capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.). Behavioural Brain Research, 347, 37-48.

9) De Petrillo, F., & Di Vincenzo F. (2018).An evolutionary perspective on primate social cognition. In: Evolution of Primate Social Cognition (Di Paolo, L.D; Di Vincenzo, F & De Petrillo, F. eds). Springer, Interdisciplinary Evolutionary Research, Number 4

8) De Petrillo F., Tonachella G., Addessi E. (2017). Emotional correlates of probabilistic decision making in tufted capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.). Animal Behaviour, 129, 249-256.

7) De Petrillo F., Micucci A., Gori E., Truppa V.,Ariely D., Addessi E. (2015) Self-control depletion in tufted capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.): does delay of gratification rely on a limited resource? Frontiers in Psychology, section comparative psychology, 6, 1-12

6) De Petrillo F., Gori E., Micucci A., Ponsi G., Paglieri F., Addessi E. (2015). When is it worth waiting for? Food quantity, but not food quality, affects delay tolerance in tufted capuchin monkeys. Animal Cognition, 18(5), 1019-1029.

5) De Petrillo F., Ventricelli M., Ponsi G., Addessi E. (2015). Do tufted capuchin monkeys play the odds? Flexible risk preferences in Sapajus spp. Animal Cognition, 18, 119-130.

4) Paglieri F., Addessi E., De Petrillo F., Laviola G., Mirolli M., Parisi D., Petrosino G., Ventricelli M., Zoratto F., Adriani W. (2014). Nonhuman gamblers: Lessons from rodents, primates, and robots. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 8, 1-17.

3) Addessi E., Bellagamba F., Delfino A., De Petrillo F., Focaroli V., Macchitella L., Maggiorelli V., Pace B., Pecora G., Rossi S., Sbaffi A., Tasselli M.I., Paglieri F. (2014). Waiting by mistake: Symbolic representation of rewards modulate intertemporal choice in capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella), preschool children and adult humans. Cognition, 130, 428-441.

2) Addessi E., Paglieri F., Beran M.J., Evans T.A., Macchitella L., De Petrillo F., Focaroli, V. (2013). Delay Choice Versus Delay Maintenance: Different Measures of Delayed Gratification in Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus apella). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 127(4), 2-8 Featured in APA’sParticularly Exciting Experiments In Psychology

1) Ventricelli M., Focaroli V., De Petrillo F., L. Macchitella, F. Paglieri, A. Addessi (2013). How capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) behaviorally cope with increasing delay in a self-control task. Behavioural Processes, 100, 146-152

Books

Di Paolo L., Di Vincenzo F., De Petrillo F. (Eds.) (2018). Evolution of Primate Social Cognition. Springer, Interdisciplinary Evolutionary Research, Number 4

Peer-reviewed papers under review

De Petrillo F. & Rosati A. (Under review). Variation in primate decision-making under uncertainty and the roots of human economic behaviour. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Invited paper, Special Issue: Existence and prevalence of economic behaviours among non-human primates

Addessi E., Quintiero E., Gastaldi S., De Petrillo F., Bourgeois-Gironde S. (Under review). Quality-quantity tradeoff in the acquisition of token preference by capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.): Can a model of human money emergence be implemented in non-human primates? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Invited paper, Special Issue: Existence and prevalence of economic behaviours among non- human primates

Addessi E., Tierno V., Focaroli V., Rossi F., Gastaldi S., De Petrillo F., Paglieri F., Stevens J.R. (Under review). Are capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.) sensitive to lost opportunities? The role of opportunity costs in intertemporal choice. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Invited paper, Special Issue: Existence and prevalence of economic behaviours among non-human primates

Paoletti M., Bellagamba F., Gagliardi R…, De Petrillo F, Addessi E. (Under review). Decision-making under risk and experienced regret in preschoolers and school-aged children.

Working papers

De Petrillo F., Cantwell A., Krishna P., Rosati A. (In prep). The evolution of executive function across four lemur species

Cantwell A., Krishna P., De Petrillo F., Rosati A. (In prep). Personality and cognitive flexibility in 7 lemurs species

Rossi F., Gastaldi S., De Petrillo F., Addessi E. (In prep). Decision-making under risk and regret-like emotions in tufted capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.)