Ellis JG Langley
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Differential participation in cognitive tests is driven by personality, sex, body condition and experience
JO van Horik, EJG Langley, MA Whiteside, JR Madden
Behavioural processes 134, 22-30, 2017
472017
The repeatability of cognitive performance: a meta-analysis
M Cauchoix, PKY Chow, JO Van Horik, CM Atance, EJ Barbeau, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
382018
Do detour tasks provide accurate assays of inhibitory control?
JO van Horik, EJG Langley, MA Whiteside, PR Laker, CE Beardsworth, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1875), 20180150, 2018
342018
The quick are the dead: pheasants that are slow to reverse a learned association survive for longer in the wild
JR Madden, EJG Langley, MA Whiteside, CE Beardsworth, JO van Horik
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
272018
Intra-individual variation in performance on novel variants of similar tasks influences single factor explanations of general cognitive processes
JO van Horik, EJG Langley, MA Whiteside, PR Laker, JR Madden
Royal Society open science 5 (7), 171919, 2018
182018
How does cognition shape social relationships?
CAF Wascher, IG Kulahci, EJG Langley, RC Shaw
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
162018
A novel continuous inhibitory-control task: variation in individual performance by young pheasants (Phasianus colchicus)
C Meier, SR Pant, JO van Horik, PR Laker, EJG Langley, MA Whiteside, ...
Animal Cognition 20 (6), 1035-1047, 2017
142017
Males and females differentially adjust vigilance levels as group size increases: effect on optimal group size
MA Whiteside, EJG Langley, JR Madden
Animal Behaviour 118, 11-18, 2016
142016
Group social rank is associated with performance on a spatial learning task
EJG Langley, JO van Horik, MA Whiteside, JR Madden
Royal Society open science 5 (2), 171475, 2018
122018
Individuals in larger groups are more successful on spatial discrimination tasks
EJG Langley, JO van Horik, MA Whiteside, JR Madden
Animal behaviour 142, 87-93, 2018
112018
Patterns of association at feeder stations for Common Pheasants released into the wild: sexual segregation by space and time
MA Whiteside, JO van Horik, EJG Langley, CE Beardsworth, LA Capstick, ...
Ibis 161 (2), 325-336, 2019
92019
Differences in social preference between the sexes during ontogeny drive segregation in a precocial species
MA Whiteside, JO van Horik, EJG Langley, CE Beardsworth, PR Laker, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71 (7), 103, 2017
92017
The relationship between social rank and spatial learning in pheasants, Phasianus colchicus: cause or consequence?
EJG Langley, JO van Horik, MA Whiteside, CE Beardsworth, JR Madden
PeerJ 6, e5738, 2018
62018
A single factor explanation for associative learning performance on colour discrimination problems in common pheasants (Phasianus colchicus)
JO van Horik, EJG Langley, MA Whiteside, JR Madden
Intelligence 74, 53-61, 2019
52019
Low survival of strongly footed pheasants may explain constraints on lateralization
MA Whiteside, MM Bess, E Frasnelli, CE Beardsworth, EJG Langley, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-5, 2018
52018
Unpredictable environments enhance inhibitory control in pheasants
JO van Horik, CE Beardsworth, PR Laker, EJG Langley, MA Whiteside, ...
Animal cognition 22 (6), 1105-1114, 2019
42019
Size dimorphism and sexual segregation in pheasants: tests of three competing hypotheses
MA Whiteside, JO van Horik, EJG Langley, CE Beardsworth, JR Madden
PeerJ 6, e5674, 2018
32018
Pheasants learn five different binomial colour discriminations and retain these associations for at least 27 days
JO Van Horik, E Langley, M Whiteside, C Beardsworth, J Madden
Animal Behavior and Cognition, 2018
32018
Heritability and correlations among learning and inhibitory control traits
EJG Langley, G Adams, CE Beardsworth, DA Dawson, PR Laker, ...
Behavioral Ecology, 2020
22020
Early-life learning ability predicts adult social structure, with potential implications for fitness outcomes in the wild.
EJG Langley, JO van Horik, MA Whiteside, CE Beardsworth, MN Weiss, ...
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 2020
22020
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