Laura A. Kelley
Laura A. Kelley
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Vocal mimicry in songbirds
LA Kelley, RL Coe, JR Madden, SD Healy
Animal behaviour 76 (3), 521-528, 2008
982008
Explanations for variation in cognitive ability: behavioural ecology meets comparative cognition
SD Healy, IE Bacon, O Haggis, AP Harris, LA Kelley
Behavioural Processes 80 (3), 288-294, 2009
802009
Animal visual illusion and confusion: the importance of a perceptual perspective
LA Kelley, JL Kelley
Behavioral Ecology 25 (3), 450-463, 2014
792014
Illusions promote mating success in great bowerbirds
LA Kelley, JA Endler
Science 335 (6066), 335-338, 2012
722012
Visual effects in great bowerbird sexual displays and their implications for signal design
JA Endler, J Gaburro, LA Kelley
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1783), 20140235, 2014
342014
Male great bowerbirds create forced perspective illusions with consistently different individual quality
LA Kelley, JA Endler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (51), 20980-20985, 2012
332012
Vocal mimicry
LA Kelley, SD Healy
Current Biology 21 (1), R9-R10, 2011
192011
The mimetic repertoire of the spotted bowerbird Ptilonorhynchus maculatus
LA Kelley, SD Healy
Naturwissenschaften 98 (6), 501, 2011
172011
Vocal mimicry in male bowerbirds: who learns from whom?
LA Kelley, SD Healy
Biology letters 6 (5), 626-629, 2010
172010
Herring gulls respond to human gaze direction
M Goumas, I Burns, LA Kelley, NJ Boogert
Biology letters 15 (8), 20190405, 2019
132019
Vocal mimicry in spotted bowerbirds is associated with an alarming context
LA Kelley, SD Healy
Journal of avian biology 43 (6), 525-530, 2012
132012
How do great bowerbirds construct perspective illusions?
LA Kelley, JA Endler
Royal Society open science 4 (1), 160661, 2017
72017
Response to Comment on “Illusions Promote Mating Success in Great Bowerbirds”
JA Endler, PW Mielke, LA Kelley
Science 337 (6092), 292-292, 2012
6*2012
Addendum: Visual effects in great bowerbird sexual displays and their implications for signal design
JA Endler, J Gaburro, LA Kelley
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1785), 20140864, 2014
42014
Finding a signal hidden among noise: how can predators overcome camouflage strategies?
JAM Galloway, SD Green, M Stevens, LA Kelley
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1802), 20190478, 2020
32020
Urban herring gulls use human behavioural cues to locate food
M Goumas, NJ Boogert, LA Kelley
Royal Society open science 7 (2), 191959, 2020
32020
Masters of illusion:[Bowerbirds construct bowers which include visual illusions to attract potential mates.]
L Kelley, J Endler
Australasian Science 33 (5), 30, 2012
22012
California scrub-jays reduce visual cues available to potential pilferers by matching food colour to caching substrate
LA Kelley, NS Clayton
Biology Letters, 2017
12017
Perceptual biases and animal illusions: A response to comments on Kelley and Kelley
LA Kelley, JL Kelley
Behavioral Ecology 25 (3), 468-469, 2014
12014
The evolution of patterning during movement in a large-scale citizen science game
AE Hughes, D Griffiths, J Troscianko, LA Kelley
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1942), 20202823, 2021
2021
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