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Rachael C Shaw
Rachael C Shaw
School of Biological Sciences, Victoria University Wellington
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The evolution of self-control
EL MacLean, B Hare, CL Nunn, E Addessi, F Amici, RC Anderson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (20), E2140-E2148, 2014
8132014
Wild psychometrics: evidence for ‘general’cognitive performance in wild New Zealand robins, Petroica longipes
RC Shaw, NJ Boogert, NS Clayton, KC Burns
Animal Behaviour 109, 101-111, 2015
1562015
Cognitive test batteries in animal cognition research: evaluating the past, present and future of comparative psychometrics
RC Shaw, M Schmelz
Animal cognition 20 (6), 1003-1018, 2017
1212017
Evidence suggesting that desire-state attribution may govern food sharing in Eurasian jays
L Ostojić, RC Shaw, LG Cheke, NS Clayton
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (10), 4123-4128, 2013
1042013
Thinking with their trunks: elephants use smell but not sound to locate food and exclude nonrewarding alternatives
JM Plotnik, RC Shaw, DL Brubaker, LN Tiller, NS Clayton
Animal Behaviour 88, 91-98, 2014
1012014
Testing cognition in the wild: factors affecting performance and individual consistency in two measures of avian cognition
RC Shaw
Behavioural Processes 134, 31-36, 2017
912017
Careful cachers and prying pilferers: Eurasian jays (Garrulus glandarius) limit auditory information available to competitors
RC Shaw, NS Clayton
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1752), 20122238, 2013
662013
How does cognition shape social relationships?
CAF Wascher, IG Kulahci, EJG Langley, RC Shaw
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
602018
Memory performance influences male reproductive success in a wild bird
RC Shaw, RD MacKinlay, NS Clayton, KC Burns
Current Biology 29 (9), 1498-1502. e3, 2019
482019
Eurasian jays, Garrulus glandarius, flexibly switch caching and pilfering tactics in response to social context
RC Shaw, NS Clayton
Animal Behaviour 84 (5), 1191-1200, 2012
442012
Can male Eurasian jays disengage from their own current desire to feed the female what she wants?
L Ostojić, EW Legg, RC Shaw, LG Cheke, M Mendl, NS Clayton
Biology Letters 10 (3), 20140042, 2014
422014
Exclusion in Corvids: The Performance of Food-Caching Eurasian Jays (Garrulus glandarius).
RC Shaw, JM Plotnik, NS Clayton
Journal of Comparative Psychology 127 (4), 428-435, 2013
412013
Can you teach an old parrot new tricks? Cognitive development in wild kaka (Nestor meridionalis)
J Loepelt, RC Shaw, KC Burns
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1832), 20153056, 2016
292016
Pilfering Eurasian jays use visual and acoustic information to locate caches
RC Shaw, NS Clayton
Animal Cognition 17, 1281-1288, 2014
212014
The challenges of replicating research on endangered species
RC Shaw, AL Greggor, JM Plotnik
Animal Behavior and Cognition 8 (2), 240-246, 2021
182021
Desire-state attribution: Benefits of a novel paradigm using the food-sharing behavior of Eurasian jays (Garrulus glandarius)
L Ostojić, LG Cheke, RC Shaw, EW Legg, NS Clayton
Communicative & Integrative Biology 9 (2), 4123-8, 2016
172016
Experimental support for the role of nest predation in the evolution of brood parasitism
RC Shaw, ME Hauber
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22 (6), 1354-1358, 2009
172009
The Strength of Species Recognition in Captive Female Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata): A Comparison Across Estrildid Heterospecifics
DLM Campbell, RC Shaw, ME Hauber
Ethology 115 (1), 23-32, 2009
142009
Male New Zealand robin (Petroica longipes) song repertoire size does not correlate with cognitive performance in the wild
RD MacKinlay, RC Shaw
Intelligence 74, 25-33, 2019
132019
Potential aposematism in an insular tree species: are signals dishonest early in ontogeny?
PH Kavanagh, RC Shaw, KC Burns
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 118 (4), 951-958, 2016
132016
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