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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    27 October 2014Both loved and feared: third party punishers are viewed as formidable and likeable, but these reputational benefits may only be open to dominant individuals  Gordon, David S.; Madden, JR; Lea, Stephen E.G.
    1 June 2017Differences in social preference between the sexes during ontogeny drive segregation in a precocial species (article)  Whiteside, MA; van Horik, JO; Langley, EJG; et al.
    7 July 2016Differential participation in cognitive tests is driven by personality, sex, body condition and experience  van Horik, JO; Langley, EJG; Whiteside, MA; et al.
    28 March 2018Do detour tasks provide accurate assays of inhibitory control?  van Horik, JO; Langley, EJG; Whiteside, MA; et al.
    7 July 2017Erratum to: Differences in social preference between the sexes during ontogeny drive segregation in a precocial species (Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 10.1007/s00265-017-2332-2)  Whiteside, MA; van Horik, JO; Langley, EJG; et al.
    14 February 2018Group social rank is associated with performance on a spatial learning task (article)  Langley, EJG; van Horik, JO; Whiteside, MA; et al.
    1 August 2018Individuals in larger groups are more successful on spatial discrimination tasks  Langley, EJG; van Horik, JO; Whiteside, MA; et al.
    11 July 2018Intra-individual variation in performance on novel variants of similar tasks influences single factor explanations of general cognitive processes  Van Horik, JO; Langley, EJG; Whiteside, MA; et al.
    13 September 2018Low survival of strongly footed pheasants may explain constraints on lateralization  Whiteside, MA; Bess, MM; Frasnelli, E; et al.
    21 June 2016Males and females differentially adjust vigilance levels as group size increases: effect on optimal group size  Whiteside, MA; Langley, EJG; Madden, JR
    26 September 2018Measuring and understanding individual differences in cognition  Boogert, NJ; Madden, JR; Morand-Ferron, J; et al.
    23 March 2016Multiple behavioural, morphological and cognitive developmental changes arise from a single alteration to early life spatial environment, resulting in fitness consequences for released pheasants  Whiteside, MA; Sage, R; Madden, JR
    2017A novel continuous inhibitory-control task: Variation in individual performance by young pheasants (Phasianus colchicus) (dataset)  Madden, JR; Meier, C; Raj Pant, S; et al.
    9 August 2017A novel continuous inhibitory-control task: variation in individual performance by young pheasants (Phasianus colchicus) - journal article  Meier, C; Pant, SR; van Horik, JO; et al.
    25 June 2018Patterns of association at feeder stations for Common Pheasants released into the wild: Sexual segregation by space and time  Whiteside, MA; van Horik, JO; Langley, EJG; et al.
    14 March 2016A problem with problem solving: motivational traits, but not cognition, predict success on novel operant foraging tasks  Madden, JR; Van Horik, JO
    13 November 2018The relationship between social rank and spatial learning in pheasants, Phasianus colchicus: Cause or consequence? (article)  Langley, EJG; Van Horik, JO; Whiteside, MA; et al.
    17 July 2018A single factor explanation for associative learning performance on colour discrimination problems in Common Pheasants (Phasianus colchicus)  Van Horik, JO; Langley, EJG; Whiteside, MA; et al.
    4 October 2017Why did the pheasant cross the road? Long-term road mortality patterns in relation to management changes.  Madden, JR; Perkins, SE
    22 June 2018Why do many pheasants released in the UK die, and how can we best reduce their natural mortality?  Madden, JR; Hall, A; Whiteside, MA