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Dr Elizabeth Renner

Lecturer

Department: Psychology

Elizabeth Renner

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  • Capuchin monkeys learn to use information equally well from individual exploration and social demonstration, Kean, D., Renner, E., Atkinson, M., Caldwell, C. 5 Sep 2022, In: Animal Cognition
  • Children transition from simple associations to explicitly reasoned social learning strategies between age four and eight, Blakey, K., Renner, E., Atkinson, M., Rafetseder, E., Caldwell, C. 23 Mar 2022, In: Scientific Reports
  • Restricted Access to Working Memory Does Not Prevent Cumulative Score Improvement in a Cultural Evolution Task, Dunstone, J., Atkinson, M., Renner, E., Caldwell, C. 24 Feb 2022, In: Entropy
  • Taking account of others’ goals in social information use: Developmental changes in 3- to 7-year-old children, Blakey, K., Atkinson, M., Rafetseder, E., Renner, E., Caldwell, C. 1 Mar 2022, In: Journal of Experimental Child Psychology

Philosophy PhD August 31 2015


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