Alison L. Greggor
Alison L. Greggor
Senior Researcher, San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance
Verified email at sandiegozoo.org - Homepage
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Neophobia is not only avoidance: improving neophobia tests by combining cognition and ecology
AL Greggor, A Thornton, NS Clayton
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 6, 82-89, 2015
1012015
Research priorities from animal behaviour for maximising conservation progress
AL Greggor, O Berger-Tal, DT Blumstein, L Angeloni, C Bessa-Gomes, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (12), 953-964, 2016
1002016
Comparative cognition for conservationists
AL Greggor, NS Clayton, B Phalan, A Thornton
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 29 (9), 489-495, 2014
962014
Street smart: faster approach towards litter in urban areas by highly neophobic corvids and less fearful birds
AL Greggor, NS Clayton, AJC Fulford, A Thornton
Animal Behaviour 117, 123-133, 2016
552016
Seasonal changes in neophobia and its consistency in rooks: the effect of novelty type and dominance position
AL Greggor, JW Jolles, A Thornton, NS Clayton
Animal behaviour 121, 11-20, 2016
362016
Systematic reviews and maps as tools for applying behavioral ecology to management and policy
O Berger-Tal, AL Greggor, B Macura, CA Adams, A Blumenthal, ...
Behavioral Ecology 30 (1), 1-8, 2019
302019
Contagious risk taking: social information and context influence wild jackdaws’ responses to novelty and risk
AL Greggor, GE McIvor, NS Clayton, A Thornton
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
292016
Animal welfare in conservation breeding: applications and challenges
AL Greggor, GA Vicino, RR Swaisgood, A Fidgett, D Brenner, ME Kinney, ...
Frontiers in veterinary science 5, 323, 2018
202018
Challenges of learning to escape evolutionary traps
AL Greggor, PC Trimmer, BJ Barrett, A Sih
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 408, 2019
172019
Effectiveness of animal conditioning interventions in reducing human–wildlife conflict: A systematic map protocol
L Snijders, AL Greggor, F Hilderink, C Doran
Environmental Evidence 8 (1), 1-10, 2019
122019
Wild jackdaws’ reproductive success and their offspring’s stress hormones are connected to provisioning rate and brood size, not to parental neophobia
AL Greggor, KA Spencer, NS Clayton, A Thornton
General and comparative endocrinology 243, 70-77, 2017
122017
Harnessing learning biases is essential for applying social learning in conservation
AL Greggor, A Thornton, NS Clayton
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 71 (1), 1-12, 2017
122017
Swarms of swift scavengers: ecological role of marine intertidal hermit crabs in California
ME Laidre, AL Greggor
Marine Biology 162 (5), 2015
122015
Wild jackdaws are wary of objects that violate expectations of animacy
AL Greggor, GE McIvor, NS Clayton, A Thornton
Royal Society open science 5 (10), 181070, 2018
102018
Using animal behavior in conservation management: a series of systematic reviews and maps
AL Greggor, DT Blumstein, BBM Wong, O Berger-Tal
Environmental Evidence 8 (1), 1-3, 2019
82019
Categorization by the animal mind
AL Greggor, PMW Hackett
Mereologies, Ontologies and Facets: The Categorial Structure of Reality, ed …, 2018
82018
Examining the efficacy of anti-predator training for increasing survival in conservation translocations: a systematic review protocol
AL Greggor, CJ Price, DM Shier
Environmental Evidence 8 (1), 1-9, 2019
72019
A functional paradigm for evaluating culture: an example with cetaceans
AL Greggor
Current Zoology 58 (2), 271-286, 2012
72012
The rules of attraction: the necessary role of animal cognition in explaining conservation failures and successes
AL Greggor, O Berger-Tal, DT Blumstein
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 51, 483-503, 2020
52020
Inter-aviary distance and visual access influence conservation breeding outcomes in a territorial, endangered bird
AM Flanagan, C Rutz, S Farabaugh, AL Greggor, B Masuda, ...
Biological Conservation 242, 108429, 2020
42020
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