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
5102014
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
1042015
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
882013
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
702014
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
662017
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
502013
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
452017
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
352012
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
312014
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
282013
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
252018
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
182016
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
172019
Pilfering Eurasian jays use visual and acoustic information to locate caches
RC Shaw, NS Clayton
Animal cognition 17 (6), 1281-1288, 2014
162014
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
152009
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
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
102016
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
82019
A facet theory analysis of the structure of cognitive performance in New Zealand robins (Petroica longipes)
PMW Hackett, RC Shaw, NJ Boogert, NS Clayton
International Journal of Comparative Psychology 32, 2019
82019
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
82016
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