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Guillam E. McIvor
Guillam E. McIvor
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Costs and benefits of social relationships in the collective motion of bird flocks
H Ling, GE Mclvor, K van der Vaart, RT Vaughan, A Thornton, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (6), 943-948, 2019
492019
Behavioural plasticity and the transition to order in jackdaw flocks
H Ling, GE Mclvor, J Westley, K van der Vaart, RT Vaughan, A Thornton, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-7, 2019
412019
Contagious risk taking: social information and context influence wild jackdaws’ responses to novelty and risk
AL Greggor, GE McIvor, NS Clayton, A Thornton
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
372016
Caller characteristics influence recruitment to collective anti-predator events in jackdaws
RD Woods, M Kings, GE McIvor, A Thornton
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 1-8, 2018
312018
Local interactions and their group-level consequences in flocking jackdaws
H Ling, GE Mclvor, K van der Vaart, RT Vaughan, A Thornton, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1906), 20190865, 2019
222019
Simultaneous measurements of three-dimensional trajectories and wingbeat frequencies of birds in the field
H Ling, GE Mclvor, G Nagy, S MohaimenianPour, RT Vaughan, ...
Royal Society Interface 15, 20180653, 2018
222018
Collective turns in jackdaw flocks: kinematics and information transfer
H Ling, GE Mclvor, J Westley, K Van der Vaart, J Yin, RT Vaughan, ...
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 16 (159), 20190450, 2019
192019
Evidence for individual discrimination and numerical assessment in collective antipredator behaviour in wild jackdaws (Corvus monedula)
JR Coomes, GE McIvor, A Thornton
Biology letters 15 (10), 20190380, 2019
17*2019
Wild jackdaws are wary of objects that violate expectations of animacy
AL Greggor, GE McIvor, NS Clayton, A Thornton
Royal Society open science 5 (10), 181070, 2018
172018
Testing social learning of anti-predator responses in juvenile jackdaws: the importance of accounting for levels of agitation
GE McIvor, VE Lee, A Thornton
Royal Society open science 5 (1), 171571, 2018
172018
Social learning about dangerous people by wild jackdaws
VE Lee, N Régli, GE McIvor, A Thornton
Royal Society open science 6 (9), 191031, 2019
122019
Testing social learning of anti-predator responses in juvenile jackdaws: the importance of accounting for levels of agitation. R Soc Open Sci 5: 171571. http s
GE McIvor, VE Lee, A Thornton
doi. org/10.1098/rsos 17157 (1), 2018
72018
Testing relationship recognition in wild jackdaws (Corvus monedula)
VE Lee, GE McIvor, A Thornton
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
52019
Nest site selection and patterns of nest re-use in the Hooded Crow Corvus cornix
GE McIvor, SD Healy
Bird Study 64 (3), 374-385, 2017
52017
Deterring hooded crows from re‐nesting on power poles
GE McIvor, C Rowe, SD Healy
Wildlife Society Bulletin 36 (4), 729-734, 2012
52012
Cooperative nest building in wild jackdaw pairs
LG Hahn, R Hooper, GE McIvor, A Thornton
Animal Behaviour 178, 149-163, 2021
42021
Wild jackdaws respond to their partner's distress, but not with consolation
R Hooper, E Meekins, GE McIvor, A Thornton
Royal Society Open Science 8 (6), 210253, 2021
32021
Vocally mediated consensus decisions govern mass departures from jackdaw roosts
AJ Dibnah, JE Herbert-Read, NJ Boogert, GE McIvor, JW Jolles, ...
Current Biology 32 (10), R455-R456, 2022
22022
Stochastic modelling of bird flocks: accounting for the cohesiveness of collective motion
AM Reynolds, GE McIvor, A Thornton, P Yang, NT Ouellette
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 19 (189), 20210745, 2022
22022
Computational and Structural Advantages of Pairwise Flocking
G Nagy, A Thornton, H Ling, G McIvor, NT Ouellette, R Vaughan
2019 International Symposium on Multi-Robot and Multi-Agent Systems (MRS …, 2019
12019
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