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Publications:  Dr Nathan Emery

Morales Picard A, Mundry R, Auersperg AM, Boeving ER, Boucherie PH, Bugnyar T, Dufour V, Emery NJ et al.(2019). Why preen others? Predictors of allopreening in parrots and corvids and comparisons to grooming in great apes. Ethology
Federspiel IG, Boeckle M, von Bayern AMP, Emery NJ(2019). Exploring individual and social learning in jackdaws (Corvus monedula). Learn Behav
Awad D, Emery NJ, Mareschal I(2019). The Role of Emotional Expression and Eccentricity on Gaze Perception. Front Psychol vol. 10, 1129-1129.
van Horik JO, Emery NJ(2018). Serial reversal learning and cognitive flexibility in two species of Neotropical parrots (Diopsittaca nobilis and Pionites melanocephala). Behav Processes vol. 157, 664-672.
van Horik JO, Emery NJ(2016). Transfer of physical understanding in a non-tool-using parrot. Animal Cognition
Emery N(2016). Bird Brain: an Exploration of Avian Intelligence.
Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2016). An avian perspective on simulating other minds. Learn Behav vol. 44, (3) 203-204.
Auersperg AMI, van Horik JO, Bugnyar T, Kacelnik A, Emery NJ, von Bayern AMP(2015). Combinatory actions during object play in psittaciformes (Diopsittaca nobilis, Pionites melanocephala, Cacatua goffini) and corvids (Corvus corax, C. monedula, C. moneduloides). J Comp Psychol vol. 129, (1) 62-71.
Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2015). Do birds have the capacity for fun?. Current Biology vol. 25, (1) R16-R20.
Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2015). Avian Models for Human Cognitive Neuroscience: A Proposal. Neuron vol. 86, (6) 1330-1342.
Logan CJ, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2013). Alternative behavioral measures of postconflict affiliation. BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY vol. 24, (1) 98-112.
Van Horik JO, Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2012). Convergent Evolution of Cognition in Corvids, Apes and Other Animals. The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Evolutionary Psychology,
De Kort SR, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2012). Corvid Caching The Role of Cognition. The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Cognition,
MacLean EL, Matthews LJ, Hare BA, Nunn CL, Anderson RC, Aureli F, Brannon EM, Call J et al.(2012). How does cognition evolve? Phylogenetic comparative psychology. ANIMAL COGNITION vol. 15, (2) 223-238.
Taylor AH, Elliffe DM, Hunt GR, Emery NJ, Clayton NS, Gray RD(2011). New Caledonian Crows Learn the Functional Properties of Novel Tool Types. PLOS ONE vol. 6, (12) Article ARTN e26887,
van Horik J, Emery NJ(2011). Evolution of cognition. Wiley Interdiscip Rev Cogn Sci vol. 2, (6) 621-633.
Logan CJ, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2011). Social media: Squabbles and snuggles. Natural History vol. 119, (6) 18-19.
Logan CJ, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2011). Squabbles and Snuggles. NATURAL HISTORY vol. 119, (6) 18-19.
von Bayern AMP, Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2011). Can jackdaws (Corvus monedula) select individuals based on their ability to help?. INTERACT STUD vol. 12, (2) 262-280.
Machado CJ, Emery NJ, Mason WA, Amaral DG(2010). Selective Changes in Foraging Behavior Following Bilateral Neurotoxic Amygdala Lesions in Rhesus Monkeys. BEHAV NEUROSCI vol. 124, (6) 761-772.
Bird CD, Emery NJ(2010). Rooks perceive support relations similar to six-month-old babies. Proc Biol Sci vol. 277, (1678) 147-151.
Dally JM, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2010). Avian Theory of Mind and counter espionage by food-caching western scrub-jays (Aphelocoma californica). EUR J DEV PSYCHOL vol. 7, (1) 17-37.
Stulp G, Emery NJ, Verhulst S, Clayton NS(2009). Western scrub-jays conceal auditory information when competitors can hear but cannot see. Biol Lett vol. 5, (5) 583-585.
Bird CD, Emery NJ(2009). Rooks use stones to raise the water level to reach a floating worm. Curr Biol vol. 19, (16) 1410-1414.
Salwiczek LH, Emery NJ, Schlinger B, Clayton NS(2009). The development of caching and object permanence in Western scrub-jays (Aphelocoma californica): which emerges first?. J Comp Psychol vol. 123, (3) 295-303.
Bird CD, Emery NJ(2009). Reply to Lind et al.: Insight and learning. P NATL ACAD SCI USA vol. 106, (28) E77-E77.
Bird CD, Emery NJ(2009). Insightful problem solving and creative tool modification by captive nontool-using rooks. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A vol. 106, (25) 10370-10375.
Seed A, Emery N, Clayton N(2009). Intelligence in Corvids and Apes: A Case of Convergent Evolution?. ETHOLOGY vol. 115, (5) 401-420.
von Bayern AMP, Emery NJ(2009). Jackdaws respond to human attentional states and communicative cues in different contexts. Curr Biol vol. 19, (7) 602-606.
Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2009). Tool use and physical cognition in birds and mammals. Curr Opin Neurobiol vol. 19, (1) 27-33.
von Bayern AMP, Emery NJ(2009). Bonding, mentalising and rationality. Rational Animals, Irrational Humans, Editors: Watanabe, S, Blaisdell, AP, Huber, L, Young, A et al., Keio University Press (Tokyo),
Seed AM, Call J, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2009). Chimpanzees solve the trap problem when the confound of tool-use is removed. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process vol. 35, (1) 23-34.
Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2009). Comparative social cognition. Annu Rev Psychol vol. 60, 87-113.
Federspiel IG, Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2009). The 3E’s Approach to Social Information Use in Birds: Ecology, Ethology, and Evolutionary History. Cognitive Ecology II, Editors: Dukas, R, Ratcliffe, JM, University of Chicago Press (Chicago),
Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2009). What do jays know about other times and other minds?. Neurobiology of ‘Umwelt’: How living beings perceive the world., Editors: Berthoz, A, Springer-Verlag (Berlin),
Clayton NS, Correia SPC, Raby CR, Alexis DM, Emery NJ, Dickinson A(2008). Response to Suddendorf & Corballis (2008): in defence of animal foresight. ANIM BEHAV vol. 76, E9-E11.
Bird CD, Emery NJ(2008). Using video playback to investigate the social preferences of rooks, Corvus frugilegus. ANIM BEHAV vol. 76, 679-687.
Dally JM, Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2008). Social influences on foraging by rooks (Corvus frugilegus). BEHAVIOUR vol. 145, 1101-1124.
Seed AM, Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2008). Cooperative problem solving in rooks (Corvus frugilegus). Proc Biol Sci vol. 275, (1641) 1421-1429.
Machado CJ, Emery NJ, Capitanio JP, Mason WA, Mendoza SP, Amaral DG(2008). Bilateral neurotoxic amygdala lesions in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta): Consistent pattern of behavior across different social contexts. BEHAV NEUROSCI vol. 122, (2) 251-266.
Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2008). Imaginative scrub-jays, causal rooks, and a liberal application of Occam's aftershave. BEHAV BRAIN SCI vol. 31, (2) 134-+.
Emery NJ, Clayton NS, Hunt KD, Laland KN, Brown GR, McGrew WC, Marchant LF, Stanford CB et al.(2008). Comments. Current Anthropology vol. 49, (1) 100-106.
Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2008). Canny corvids and political primates: A case for convergent evolution in intelligence. The Deep Structure of Biology: Is convergence sufficiently ubiquitous to give a directional signal?, Editors: Conway Morris, S, Templeton Foundation Press (West Conshohocken, PA),
Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2008). How to build a scrub-jay that reads minds. Origins of the Social Mind: Evolutionary and developmental views., Editors: Itakura, S, Fujita, K, Springer Japan (Tokyo),
Emery NJ, Clayton NS, Frith CD(2008). Social Intelligence: From brain to culture. Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2007). The social life of corvids. Curr Biol vol. 17, (16) R652-R656.
von Bayern AMP, de Kort SR, Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2007). The role of food- and object-sharing in the development of social bonds in juvenile jackdaws (Corvus monedula). BEHAVIOUR vol. 144, 711-733.
Emery NJ, Seed AM, von Bayern AMP, Clayton NS(2007). Cognitive adaptations of social bonding in birds. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci vol. 362, (1480) 489-505.
Emery NJ, Clayton NS, Frith CD(2007). Introduction. Social intelligence: from brain to culture. PHILOS T R SOC B vol. 362, (1480) 485-488.
Clayton NS, Dally JM, Emery NJ(2007). Social cognition by food-caching corvids. The western scrub-jay as a natural psychologist. PHILOS T R SOC B vol. 362, (1480) 507-522.
Tebbich S, Seed AM, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2007). Non-tool-using rooks, Corvus frugilegus, solve the trap-tube problem. ANIM COGN vol. 10, (2) 225-231.
Seed AM, Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2007). Postconflict third-party affiliation in rooks, Corvus frugilegus. CURR BIOL vol. 17, (2) 152-158.
De Kort SR, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2006). Food sharing in jackdaws, Corvus monedula: what, why and with whom?. ANIM BEHAV vol. 72, 297-304.
Dally J, Emery N, Clayton N(2006). Social facilitation of novel food acceptance in Rooks. J ORNITHOL vol. 147, (5) 154-154.
Helme AE, Call J, Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2006). What do bonobos (Pan paniscus) understand about physical contact?. J COMP PSYCHOL vol. 120, (3) 294-302.
Helme AE, Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2006). What do rooks (Corvus frugilegus) understand about physical contact?. J Comp Psychol vol. 120, (3) 288-293.
Dally JM, Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2006). The behaviour and evolution of cache protection and pilferage. ANIM BEHAV vol. 72, 13-23.
Dally JM, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2006). Food-caching western scrub-jays keep track of who was watching when. SCIENCE vol. 312, (5780) 1662-1665.
Seed AM, Tebbich S, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2006). Investigating physical cognition in rooks, Corvus frugilegus. Curr Biol vol. 16, (7) 697-701.
Emery NJ(2006). Cognitive ornithology: the evolution of avian intelligence. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci vol. 361, (1465) 23-43.
de Kort SR, Tebbich S, Dally JM, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2006). The comparative cognition of caching. Comparative Cognition: Experimental explanations of animal intelligence., Editors: Wasserman, EA, Zentall, TR, Oxford University Press (New York),
Clayton NS, Emery NJ, Dickinson A(2006). The rationality of animal memory: The cognition of caching. Rational Animals?, Editors: Nudds, M, Hurley, S, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2005). Evolution of the avian brain and intelligence. CURR BIOL vol. 15, (23) R946-R950.
Dally JM, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2005). Cache protection strategies by western scrub-jays, Aphelocoma californica: implications for social cognition. ANIM BEHAV vol. 70, 1251-1263.
Dally JM, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2005). The social suppression of caching in western scrub-jays (Aphelocoma californica). BEHAVIOUR vol. 142, 961-977.
Clayton N, Emery N(2005). Corvid cognition. CURR BIOL vol. 15, (3) R80-R81.
Easton A, Emery NJ(2005). Cognitive Neuroscience of Social Behaviour. Psychology Press (Hove, UK),
Emery NJ(2005). The evolution of social cognition. Cognitive Neuroscience of Social Behaviour, Editors: Easton, A, Emery, NJ, Psychology Press (Hove, UK),
Emery NJ, Easton A(2005). What is cognitive social neuroscience?. Cognitive Neuroscience of Social Behaviour, Editors: Easton, A, Emery, NJ, Psychology Press (Hove, UK),
Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2004). The mentality of crows: Convergent evolution of intelligence in corvids and apes. SCIENCE vol. 306, (5703) 1903-1907.
Daily JM, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2004). Cache protection strategies by western scrub-jays (Aphelocoma californica): hiding food in the shade. P ROY SOC LOND B BIO vol. 271, S387-S390.
Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2004). Animal cognition. The Behavior of Animals: Mechanisms, function and evolution., Editors: Bolhuis, J, Giraldeau, L-A, Blackwell Science Ltd (Oxford),
Emery NJ(2004). Are corvids ‘feathered apes’? Cognitive evolution in crows, jays, rooks and jackdaws. Comparative Analysis of Minds, Keio University Press (Tokyo),
Clayton NS, Emery NJ(2004). Cache robbing. Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, Editors: Bekoff, M, Greenwood Publishing Group (Westport, CT),
Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2004). Comparing the complex cognitive abilities of birds and primates. Comparative Vertebrate Cognition, Editors: Rogers, LJ, Kaplan, G, Plenum Publishers (New York),
Emery NJ, Dally JM, Clayton NS(2004). Western scrub-jays (Aphelocoma californica) use cognitive strategies to protect their caches from thieving conspecifics. ANIM COGN vol. 7, (1) 37-43.
Clayton NS, Bussey TJ, Emery NJ, Dickinson A(2003). Prometheus to Proust: the case for behavioural criteria for 'mental time travel'. TRENDS COGN SCI vol. 7, (10) 436-437.
de Kort SR, Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2003). Food offering in jackdaws (Corvus monedula). NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN vol. 90, (5) 238-240.
Emery NJ(2003). Liars, lovers, and heroes - What the new brain science reveals about how we become who we are. SCIENCE vol. 300, (5619) 585-586.
Emery NJ(2002). The amygdala: A functional analysis. Q J EXP PSYCHOL-B vol. 55, (1) 91-93.
Emery NJ, Clayton NS(2001). Effects of experience and social context on prospective caching strategies by scrub jays. NATURE vol. 414, (6862) 443-446.
Clayton NS, Griffiths DP, Emery NJ, Dickinson A(2001). Elements of episodic-like memory in animals. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci vol. 356, (1413) 1483-1491.
Clayton NS, Griffiths DP, Emery NJ, Dickinson A(2001). Elements of episodic-like memory. Phil Trans Roy Soc B vol. 356, 1483-1491.
Emery NJ, Capitanio JP, Mason WA, Machado CJ, Mendoza SP, Amaral DG(2001). The effects of bilateral lesions of the amygdala on dyadic social interactions in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Behavioral Neuroscience vol. 115, (3) 515-544.
Emery NJ, Perrett DI(2000). How can studies of the monkey brain help us understand “theory of mind” and autism in humans?. Understanding Other Minds: Perspectives from developmental cognitive neuroscience, Editors: Baron-Cohen, S, Tager-Flusberg, H, Cohen, D, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Emery NJ(2000). The eyes have it: the neuroethology, evolution and function of social gaze. Neurosci Biobehav Rev vol. 24, 581-604.
Emery NJ, Amaral DG(2000). The role of the amygdala in primate social cognition. Cognitive Neuroscience of Emotion, Editors: Lane, RD, Nadel, L, Oxford University Press (New York),
Emery NJ, Lorincz EN, Perrett DI, Oram MW, Baker CI(1997). Gaze following and joint attention in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). J Comp Psychol vol. 111, 286-293.
Perrett DI, Emery NJ(1994). Understanding the intentions of others from visual social signals: neurophysiological evidence. Current Psychology of Cognition vol. 13, 683-694.
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