Lucy Cheke
Lucy Cheke
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Cambridge
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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
Eurasian jays (Garrulus glandarius) overcome their current desires to anticipate two distinct future needs and plan for them appropriately
LG Cheke, NS Clayton
Biology Letters 8 (2), 171-175, 2012
Higher body mass index is associated with episodic memory deficits in young adults
LG Cheke, JS Simons, NS Clayton
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (11), 2305-2316, 2016
Using the Aesops Fable Paradigm to Investigate Causal Understanding of Water Displacement by New Caledonian Crows
S Jelbert, A Taylor, L Cheke, N Clayton, R Gray
PLoSONE 9 (3), e92895, 2014
Obesity and insulin resistance are associated with reduced activity in core memory regions of the brain
LG Cheke, HM Bonnici, NS Clayton, JS Simons
Neuropsychologia 96, 137-149, 2017
Mental time travel in animals
LG Cheke, NS Clayton
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 1 (6), 915-930, 2010
Tool-use and instrumental learning in the Eurasian jay (Garrulus glandarius)
LG Cheke, CD Bird, NS Clayton
Animal cognition, 1-15, 2011
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
Effects of the mu-opioid receptor antagonist GSK1521498 on hedonic and consummatory eating behaviour: a proof of mechanism study in binge-eating obese subjects
H Ziauddeen, SR Chamberlain, PJ Nathan, A Koch, K Maltby, M Bush, ...
Molecular Psychiatry, 2012
Specifying a causal role for angular gyrus in autobiographical memory
HM Bonnici, LG Cheke, DAE Green, THMB FitzGerald, JS Simons
Journal of Neuroscience 38 (49), 10438-10443, 2018
Do different tests of episodic memory produce consistent results in human adults?
LG Cheke, NS Clayton
Learning & Memory, 2013
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
COVCOG 2: cognitive and memory deficits in long COVID: a second publication from the COVID and cognition study
P Guo, A Benito Ballesteros, SP Yeung, R Liu, A Saha, L Curtis, M Kaser, ...
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 14, 2022
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
What can What–When–Where (WWW) binding tasks tell us about young children's episodic foresight? Theory and two experiments
J Russell, LG Cheke, NS Clayton, AN Meltzoff
Cognitive Development 26 (4), 356-370, 2011
How do children solve Aesop's Fable?
LG Cheke, E Loissel, NS Clayton
PloS one 7 (7), e40574, 2012
Prospective Decision Making in Animals: A Potential Role for Intertemporal Choice in the Study of Prospective Cognition
LG Cheke, JM Thom, NS Clayton
Predictions in the brain: using our past to generate a future, 325, 2011
What–where–when memory and encoding strategies in healthy aging
LG Cheke
Learning & Memory 23 (3), 121-126, 2016
Mapping intelligence: Requirements and possibilities
S Bhatnagar, A Alexandrova, S Avin, S Cave, L Cheke, M Crosby, ...
Philosophy and theory of artificial intelligence 2017, 117-135, 2018
Artificial intelligence and the common sense of animals
M Shanahan, M Crosby, B Beyret, L Cheke
Trends in cognitive sciences 24 (11), 862-872, 2020
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