Benjamin Ashton
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Cognitive performance is linked to group size and affects fitness in Australian magpies
BJ Ashton, AR Ridley, EK Edwards, A Thornton
Nature 554 (7692), 364-367, 2018
An intraspecific appraisal of the social intelligence hypothesis
BJ Ashton, A Thornton, AR Ridley
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
Larger group sizes facilitate the emergence and spread of innovations in a group-living bird
BJ Ashton, A Thornton, AR Ridley
Animal behaviour 158, 1-7, 2019
Interactions with conspecific outsiders as drivers of cognitive evolution
BJ Ashton, P Kennedy, AN Radford
Nature Communications 11 (1), 1-9, 2020
The impacts of heat stress on animal cognition: Implications for adaptation to a changing climate
C Soravia, BJ Ashton, A Thornton, AR Ridley
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, e713, 2021
Social and individual factors influence variation in offspring care in the cooperatively breeding Western Australian magpie
KN Pike, BJ Ashton, KV Morgan, AR Ridley
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 92, 2019
The causes and consequences of individual variation in cognitive ability in the cooperatively breeding Australian magpie (Cracticus tibicen dorsalis)
BJ Ashton
Heat stress inhibits cognitive performance in wild Western Australian magpies, Cracticus tibicen dorsalis
G Blackburn, E Broom, BJ Ashton, A Thornton, AR Ridley
Animal Behaviour 188, 1-11, 2022
Smarter through group living: A response to Smulders
BJ Ashton, AR Ridley, A Thornton
Learning & Behavior 47 (4), 277-279, 2019
Long-term repeatability of cognitive performance
BJ Ashton, A Thornton, M Cauchoix, AR Ridley
Royal Society Open Science 9 (5), 220069, 2022
Dual parasitism of fork-tailed drongos by African and Jacobin cuckoos
TP Flower, BJ Ashton, E Zöttl, RM Olinger, PAR Hockey
Ostrich 86 (1-2), 189-191, 2015
Repeated testing does not confound cognitive performance in the Western Australian magpie (Cracticus tibicen dorsalis)
JG Sollis, BJ Ashton, EM Speechley, AR Ridley
Animal Cognition, 1-10, 2022
The benefits of an evolutionary framework for the investigation of teaching behaviour: Emphasis should be taken off humans as a benchmark
AR Ridley, BJ Ashton
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 38, 2015
Periorbital temperature responses to natural air temperature variation in wild birds
C Soravia, BJ Ashton, AR Ridley
Journal of Thermal Biology 109, 103323, 2022
Does trappability and self-selection influence cognitive performance?
BJ Ashton, A Thornton, EM Speechley, AR Ridley
Royal Society Open Science 9 (9), 220473, 2022
General cognitive performance declines with female age and is negatively related to fledging success in a wild bird
C Soravia, BJ Ashton, A Thornton, AR Ridley
bioRxiv, 2022
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