Alex H Taylor
Alex H Taylor
Associate Professor, University of Auckland
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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
2942007
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
2312010
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
2302009
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
1182014
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
1112010
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
1062012
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
1062011
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
1062011
Corvid cognition
AH Taylor
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 5 (3), 361-372, 2014
1012014
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
882012
Context-dependent tool use in New Caledonian crows
AH Taylor, GR Hunt, RD Gray
Biology letters 8 (2), 205-207, 2012
692012
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
682019
Flexible Planning in Ravens?
J Redshaw, AH Taylor, T Suddendorf
Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2017
662017
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
632014
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 (1), 18-28, 2016
602016
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
572019
Reasoning by exclusion in New Caledonian crows (Corvus moneduloides) cannot be explained by avoidance of empty containers.
SA Jelbert, AH Taylor, RD Gray
Journal of Comparative Psychology 129 (3), 283, 2015
552015
Why is tool use rare in animals
GR Hunt, RD Gray, AH Taylor
Tool use in animals: cognition and ecology, 89-118, 2013
552013
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
542014
New Caledonian crows rapidly solve a collaborative problem without cooperative cognition
SA Jelbert, PJ Singh, RD Gray, AH Taylor
PLoS One 10 (8), e0133253, 2015
532015
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