Jayden van Horik
Jayden van Horik
University of Exeter Medical School
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The repeatability of cognitive performance: a meta-analysis
M Cauchoix*, PKY Chow*, JO van Horik*, CM Atance, EJ Barbeau, ...
(*joint first author) Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: Biology, 2018
A problem with problem solving: motivational traits, but not cognition, predict success on novel operant foraging tasks
JO van Horik, JR Madden
Animal Behaviour 114, 189-198, 2016
Convergent evolution of cognition in corvids, apes and other animals
JO Van Horik, NS Clayton, NJ Emery
The Oxford handbook of comparative evolutionary psychology, 80-101, 2012
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
Differential participation in cognitive tests is driven by personality, sex, body condition and experience
JO van Horik, EJG Langley, MA Whiteside, JR Madden
*Web of Science Highly Cited Paper (top 1%) Behavioural Processes 134, 22-30, 2017
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
Combinatory actions during object play in psittaciformes (Diopsittaca nobilis, Pionites melanocephala, Cacatua goffini) and corvids (Corvus corax, C. monedula, C. moneduloides).
AMI Auersperg, JO Van Horik, T Bugnyar, A Kacelnik, NJ Emery, ...
Journal of Comparative Psychology 129 (1), 62, 2015
Evolution of cognition
J van Horik, NJ Emery
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 2 (6), 621-633, 2011
Transfer of physical understanding in a non-tool-using parrot
JO van Horik, NJ Emery
Animal cognition 19, 1195-1203, 2016
Cache spacing patterns and reciprocal cache theft in New Zealand robins
J Van Horik, KC Burns
Animal Behaviour 73 (6), 1043-1049, 2007
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
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
Heritability and correlations among learning and inhibitory control traits
EJG Langley, G Adams, CE Beardsworth, DA Dawson, PR Laker, ...
Behavioral Ecology 31 (3), 798-806, 2020
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
Serial reversal learning and cognitive flexibility in two species of Neotropical parrots (Diopsittaca nobilis and Pionites melanocephala)
JO van Horik, NJ Emery
Behavioural processes 157, 664-672, 2018
Why preen others? Predictors of allopreening in parrots and corvids and comparisons to grooming in great apes
A Morales Picard, R Mundry, AM Auersperg, ER Boeving, PH Boucherie, ...
Ethology, 2020
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, 1035-1047, 2017
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
Sexual differences in food re‐caching by New Zealand robins Petroica australis
KC Burns, J Van Horik
Journal of Avian Biology 38 (3), 394-398, 2007
Is habitat selection in the wild shaped by individual‐level cognitive biases in orientation strategy?
CE Beardsworth, MA Whiteside, PR Laker, R Nathan, Y Orchan, S Toledo, ...
Ecology Letters 24 (4), 751-760, 2021
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