Melissa Bateson
TitleCited byYear
Cues of being watched enhance cooperation in a real-world setting
M Bateson, D Nettle, G Roberts
Biology letters 2 (3), 412-414, 2006
12352006
Risky theories—the effects of variance on foraging decisions
A Kacelnik, M Bateson
American Zoologist 36 (4), 402-434, 1996
5161996
Effects of eye images on everyday cooperative behavior: a field experiment
M Ernest-Jones, D Nettle, M Bateson
Evolution and Human Behavior 32 (3), 172-178, 2011
3102011
Agitated honeybees exhibit pessimistic cognitive biases
M Bateson, S Desire, SE Gartside, GA Wright
Current biology 21 (12), 1070-1073, 2011
2272011
Comparative evaluation and its implications for mate choice
M Bateson, SD Healy
Trends in ecology & evolution 20 (12), 659-664, 2005
2182005
Larger, enriched cages are associated with ‘optimistic’response biases in captive European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)
SM Matheson, L Asher, M Bateson
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 109 (2-4), 374-383, 2008
1872008
The watching eyes effect in the Dictator Game: it's not how much you give, it's being seen to give something
D Nettle, Z Harper, A Kidson, R Stone, IS Penton-Voak, M Bateson
Evolution and Human Behavior 34 (1), 35-40, 2013
1722013
Risk-sensitivity: crossroads for theories of decision-making
A Kacelnik, M Bateson
Trends in cognitive sciences 1 (8), 304-309, 1997
1681997
Performance on a categorisation task suggests that removal of environmental enrichment inducespessimism'in captive European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)
M Bateson, SM Matheson
ANIMAL WELFARE-POTTERS BAR THEN WHEATHAMPSTEAD- 16, 33, 2007
1672007
Do marine mammals experience stress related to anthropogenic noise?
AJ Wright, NA Soto, AL Baldwin, M Bateson, CM Beale, C Clark, T Deak, ...
International Journal of Comparative Psychology 20 (2), 2007
1642007
Environmental enrichment induces optimistic cognitive biases in pigs
C Douglas, M Bateson, C Walsh, A Bédué, SA Edwards
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 139 (1-2), 65-73, 2012
1582012
Single-trials analyses demonstrate that increases in clock speed contribute to the methamphetamine-induced horizontal shifts in peak-interval timing functions
MS Matell, M Bateson, WH Meck
Psychopharmacology 188 (2), 201-212, 2006
1532006
Context–dependent foraging decisions in rufous hummingbirds
M Bateson, SD Healy, TA Hurly
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
1392003
Rate currencies and the foraging starling: the fallacy of the averages revisited
M Bateson, A Kacelnik
Behavioral Ecology 7 (3), 341-352, 1996
1361996
Preferences for fixed and variable food sources: variability in amount and delay
M Bateson, A Kacelnik
Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior 63 (3), 313-329, 1995
1331995
Anxiety: an evolutionary approach
M Bateson, B Brilot, D Nettle
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 56 (12), 707-715, 2011
1312011
Timing in free-living rufous hummingbirds, Selasphorus rufus
J Henderson, TA Hurly, M Bateson, SD Healy
Current biology 16 (5), 512-515, 2006
1282006
Anthropogenic noise as a stressor in animals: a multidisciplinary perspective
AJ Wright, NA Soto, AL Baldwin, M Bateson, CM Beale, C Clark, T Deak, ...
International Journal of Comparative Psychology 20 (2), 2007
1232007
Risk-sensitive foraging: decision making in variable environments
M Bateson, A Kacelnik
Cognitive ecology, 297-341, 1998
1211998
Irrational choices in hummingbird foraging behaviour
M Bateson, SD Healy, TA Hurly
Animal Behaviour 63 (3), 587-596, 2002
1202002
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