Alex H Taylor
Alex H Taylor
ICREA Research Professor
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Spontaneous metatool use by New Caledonian crows
AH Taylor, GR Hunt, JC Holzhaider, RD Gray
Current Biology 17 (17), 1504-1507, 2007
Complex cognition and behavioural innovation in New Caledonian crows
AH Taylor, D Elliffe, GR Hunt, RD Gray
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1694), 2637-2643, 2010
Do New Caledonian crows solve physical problems through causal reasoning?
AH Taylor, GR Hunt, FS Medina, RD Gray
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1655), 247-254, 2009
Using the Aesop's fable paradigm to investigate causal understanding of water displacement by New Caledonian crows
SA Jelbert, AH Taylor, LG Cheke, NS Clayton, RD Gray
PloS one 9 (3), e92895, 2014
Corvid cognition
AH Taylor
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 5 (3), 361-372, 2014
An investigation into the cognition behind spontaneous string pulling in New Caledonian crows
AH Taylor, FS Medina, JC Holzhaider, LJ Hearne, GR Hunt, RD Gray
PloS one 5 (2), e9345, 2010
New Caledonian crows reason about hidden causal agents
AH Taylor, R Miller, RD Gray
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (40), 16389-16391, 2012
New Caledonian crows learn the functional properties of novel tool types
AH Taylor, DM Elliffe, GR Hunt, NJ Emery, NS Clayton, RD Gray
PloS one 6 (12), e26887, 2011
The social structure of New Caledonian crows
JC Holzhaider, MD Sibley, AH Taylor, PJ Singh, RD Gray, GR Hunt
Animal Behaviour 81 (1), 83-92, 2011
An end to insight? New Caledonian crows can spontaneously solve problems without planning their actions
AH Taylor, B Knaebe, RD Gray
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1749), 4977-4981, 2012
Why is tool use rare in animals
GR Hunt, RD Gray, AH Taylor
Tool use in animals: cognition and ecology, 89-118, 2013
New Caledonian crows use mental representations to solve metatool problems
R Gruber, M Schiestl, M Boeckle, A Frohnwieser, R Miller, RD Gray, ...
Current Biology 29 (4), 686-692. e3, 2019
New Caledonian crows infer the weight of objects from observing their movements in a breeze
SA Jelbert, R Miller, M Schiestl, M Boeckle, LG Cheke, RD Gray, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1894), 20182332, 2019
Flexible Planning in Ravens?
J Redshaw, AH Taylor, T Suddendorf
Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2017
Context-dependent tool use in New Caledonian crows
AH Taylor, GR Hunt, RD Gray
Biology letters 8 (2), 205-207, 2012
New Caledonian crows’ responses to mirrors
FS Medina, AH Taylor, GR Hunt, RD Gray
Animal Behaviour 82 (5), 981-993, 2011
How New Caledonian crows solve novel foraging problems and what it means for cumulative culture
CJ Logan, AJ Breen, AH Taylor, RD Gray, WJE Hoppitt
Learning & Behavior 44, 18-28, 2016
Of babies and birds: complex tool behaviours are not sufficient for the evolution of the ability to create a novel causal intervention
AH Taylor, LG Cheke, A Waismeyer, AN Meltzoff, R Miller, A Gopnik, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1787), 20140837, 2014
Mental template matching is a potential cultural transmission mechanism for New Caledonian crow tool manufacturing traditions
SA Jelbert, RJ Hosking, AH Taylor, RD Gray
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 8956, 2018
Modifications to the Aesop's Fable paradigm change New Caledonian crow performances
CJ Logan, SA Jelbert, AJ Breen, RD Gray, AH Taylor
PLoS One 9 (7), e103049, 2014
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