Anna Frohnwieser
Anna Frohnwieser
Research associate, University of Cambridge
Verified email at cam.ac.uk
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New Caledonian crows use mental representations to solve metatool problems
R Gruber, M Schiestl, M Boeckle, A Frohnwieser, R Miller, RD Gray, ...
Current Biology 29 (4), 686-692. e3, 2019
602019
Using robots to understand animal cognition
A Frohnwieser, JC Murray, TW Pike, A Wilkinson
Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior 105 (1), 14-22, 2016
382016
Self‐control in crows, parrots and nonhuman primates
R Miller, M Boeckle, SA Jelbert, A Frohnwieser, CAF Wascher, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 10 (6), e1504, 2019
132019
Human walking behavior: the effect of pedestrian flow and personal space invasions on walking speed and direction
A Frohnwieser, R Hopf, E Oberzaucher
Human Ethology Bulletin 28 (3), 20-28, 2013
102013
Lateralized eye use towards video stimuli in bearded dragons
A Frohnwieser, TW Pike, JC Murray, A Wilkinson
Animal Behavior and Cognition 4 (3), 340-348, 2017
62017
Decision-making flexibility in New Caledonian crows, young children and adult humans in a multi-dimensional tool-use task
R Miller, R Gruber, A Frohnwieser, M Schiestl, SA Jelbert, RD Gray, ...
PloS one 15 (3), e0219874, 2020
42020
Delayed gratification in New Caledonian crows and young children: influence of reward type and visibility
R Miller, A Frohnwieser, M Schiestl, DE McCoy, RD Gray, AH Taylor, ...
Animal cognition 23 (1), 71-85, 2020
42020
Using marker-based motion capture to develop a head bobbing robotic lizard
A Frohnwieser, AP Willmott, JC Murray, TW Pike, A Wilkinson
International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, 12-21, 2016
42016
New Caledonian crows plan for specific future tool use
M Boeckle, M Schiestl, A Frohnwieser, R Gruber, R Miller, T Suddendorf, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1938), 20201490, 2020
22020
Reduced egocentric bias when perspective-taking compared with working from rules
S Samuel, A Frohnwieser, R Lurz, NS Clayton
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 73 (9), 1368-1381, 2020
22020
A novel test of flexible planning in relation to executive function and language in young children
R Miller, A Frohnwieser, N Ding, CA Troisi, M Schiestl, R Gruber, ...
Royal Society Open Science 7 (4), 192015, 2020
22020
Perception of artificial conspecifics by bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps)(vol 14, pg 214, 2019)
A Frohnwieser, TW Pike, JC Murray, A Wilkinson
INTEGRATIVE ZOOLOGY 14 (3), 323-324, 2019
22019
Perception of artificial conspecifics by bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps)
A Frohnwieser, TW Pike, JC Murray, A Wilkinson
Integrative zoology 14 (2), 214-222, 2019
22019
New Caledonian crows plan for specific future tool use: Crows plan for future tool use
M Boeckle, M Schiestl, A Frohnwieser, R Gruber, RM Harrison, ...
2020
Video Supplement supporting the Article: New Caledonian crows plan for specific future tool use
M Boeckle, M Schiestl, A Frohnwieser, R Gruber, R Miller, T Suddendorf, ...
2020
A novel test of flexible planning in relation to executive function and language in young children
RM Harrison, A Frohnwieser, N Ding, C Troisi, M Schiestl, R Gruber, ...
The Royal Society, 2020
2020
Decision-making flexibility in New Caledonian crows, young children and adult humans in a multi-dimensional tool-use task
RM Harrison, R Gruber, A Frohnwieser, M Schiestl, S Jelbert, R Gray, ...
Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2020
2020
Delayed gratification in New Caledonian crows and young children: influence of reward type and visibility.
RM Harrison, A Frohnwieser, M Schiestl, DE McCoy, RD Gray, AH Taylor, ...
Springer Nature, 2020
2020
Self-control in crows, parrots and nonhuman primates.
RM Harrison, M Boeckle, S Jelbert, A Frohnwieser, CAF Wascher, ...
John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2019
2019
What makes a conspecific? The role of different types of information on conspecific perception in reptiles
A Wilkinson, A Frohnwieser, J Murray, A Kis, T Pike
International Journal of Psychology 51, 2016
2016
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