Sarah Jelbert
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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
1142014
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
492014
Does absolute brain size really predict self-control? Hand-tracking training improves performance on the A-not-B task
SA Jelbert, AH Taylor, RD Gray
Biology letters 12 (2), 20150871, 2016
402016
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
392019
Beyond brain size: Uncovering the neural correlates of behavioral and cognitive specialization.
CJ Logan, S Avin, N Boogert, A Buskell, FR Cross, A Currie, S Jelbert, ...
Comparative cognition & behavior reviews, 2018
35*2018
Investigating animal cognition with the Aesop's Fable paradigm: Current understanding and future directions
SA Jelbert, AH Taylor, RD Gray
Communicative & integrative biology 8 (4), e1035846, 2015
302015
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), 283-290, 2015
252015
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
232015
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), 1-8, 2018
162018
Performance in object-choice Aesop’s Fable tasks are influenced by object biases in New Caledonian crows but not in human children
R Miller, SA Jelbert, AH Taylor, LG Cheke, RD Gray, E Loissel, ...
PloS one 11 (12), e0168056, 2016
152016
How insightful is ‘insight’? New Caledonian crows do not attend to object weight during spontaneous stone dropping
PD Neilands, SA Jelbert, AJ Breen, M Schiestl, AH Taylor
PLoS One 11 (12), e0167419, 2016
122016
Flexible egocentricity: Asymmetric switch costs on a perspective-taking task.
S Samuel, K Roehr-Brackin, S Jelbert, NS Clayton
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (2), 213, 2019
112019
Wild, free-living hummingbirds can learn what happened, where and in which context
SA Jelbert, TA Hurly, RES Marshall, SD Healy
Animal Behaviour 89, 185-189, 2014
112014
Self‐control in crows, parrots and nonhuman primates
R Miller, M Boeckle, SA Jelbert, A Frohnwieser, CAF Wascher, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 10 (6), e1504, 2019
92019
Comparing the non-linguistic hallmarks of episodic memory systems in corvids and children
SA Jelbert, NS Clayton
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 17, 99-106, 2017
82017
The interplay between psychological predispositions and skill learning in the evolution of tool use
P Amodio, SA Jelbert, NS Clayton
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 20, 130-137, 2018
62018
Young children do not require perceptual-motor feedback to solve Aesop’s Fable tasks
R Miller, SA Jelbert, E Loissel, AH Taylor, NS Clayton
PeerJ 5, e3484, 2017
52017
Decision-making flexibility in New Caledonian crows, young children and adult humans in a multi-dimensional tool-use task
R Miller, R Gruber, A Frohnwieser, M Schiestl, SA Jelbert, RD Gray, ...
PloS one 15 (3), e0219874, 2020
32020
How flexible is tool use in Eurasian jays (Garrulus glandarius)?
P Amodio, M Boeckle, SA Jelbert, L Ostoijc, NS Clayton
Animal Behaviour and Cognition 7 (3), 270-287, 2020
32020
How flexible is tool use in Eurasian jays (Garrulus glandarius)?
P Amodio, M Boeckle, SA Jelbert, L Ostoijc, NS Clayton
bioRxiv, 803700, 2019
32019
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