Comparative cognition can help conservation: read Alison’s new paper in TREE
Coverage of Gabrielle’s Biology Letters paper in the press and on YouTube
Gabrielle has a new paper accepted in Biology Letters!
Gabrielle’s gaze sensitivity review is out!
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- Comparative cognition for conservationists. Trends Ecol. Evol.
- Towards wild psychometrics. Behav. Ecol.
- How and why are some animals so smart?. Behav. Ecol.
- Jackdaw nestlings can discriminate between conspecific calls but do not beg specifically to their parents. Behav. Ecol.
– Salient eyes deter conspecific nest intruders in wild jackdaws (Corvus monedula). Biol. Lett.
– Gaze sensitivity: function and mechanisms from sensory and cognitive perspectives. Anim. Behav.
– Heterogeneous structure in mixed-species corvid flocks in flight. Anim. Behav.
- Animal Minds: Phil. Trans. issue
-Identification of learning mechanisms in a wild meerkat population. PloS ONE
– Innovative problem-solving in wild meerkats. Anim. Behav.
– How do banded mongooses locate and select anvils for cracking encased food items? Behav. Proc.
– Teaching can teach us a lot. Anim. Behav.
– Cooperation and punishment in nature. TREE