Patricia Teixidor Monsell
A primatologist by training, I am a science communicator by passion and practice.
My main goal nowadays is to put together my two assets —scientific background and more than 10 years’ experience in the Publishing world as editor— in helping scientists to communicate their discoveries to the general public.
I am passionate about engaging scientists in new ways to enhance their outreach skills, such as through videos or other media formats.
As Scientific Officer, I assist in proposal submission, coordinate scientific events, proofread and format scientific papers, manage crowdfunding campaigns through social media and input of key data from SNSF curricula.
I like walking in the woods fantasizing with how great apes might see, feel and think!
On the Web
Popular science texts: https://mappingignorance.org/author/patricia-teixidor/
Teixidor, P. and Byrne, R.W. 1999. The ‘whinny’ of spider monkeys: individual recognition before situational meaning. Behaviour, 136, 3 (279-308).
Teixidor, P. and Byrne, R.W. 1997. Can spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi) discriminate vocalizations of known individuals and strangers. Folia Primatologica 68, 3-5 (254-264) (Biology and Conservation of New World Primates).
Whiten, A., Custance, D., Gomez, J.C., Teixidor, P. and Bard, K. 1996. Imitative learning of artificial fruit processing in children (Homo sapiens) and chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 110 (1):3-14.
Gómez, J. C., Teixidor, P., and Laá, V. 1996. Understanding the referential and ostensive functions of joint visual attention in young chimpanzees. In: BPS Developmental Psychology Section Annual Conference (spt. 11-13). Oxford.