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Dr Elizabeth Renner

Lecturer

Department: Psychology

Elizabeth Renner

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  • Are there dedicated neural mechanisms for imitation? A study of grist and mills, Renner, E., Xie, Y., Subiaul, F., Hamilton, A. 26 Sep 2023, In: PLoS One
  • Capuchin monkeys learn to use information equally well from individual exploration and social demonstration, Kean, D., Renner, E., Atkinson, M., Caldwell, C. 1 Mar 2023, In: Animal Cognition
  • Fetching felines: a survey of cat owners on the diversity of cat (Felis catus) fetching behaviour, Forman, J., Renner, E., Leavens, D. 14 Dec 2023, In: Scientific Reports
  • 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
  • Adaptation of the Missing Scan Task to a touchscreen format for assessing working memory capacity in children, Renner, E., Somai, R., Van der Stigchel, S., Campbell, C., Kean, D., Caldwell, C. 1 Nov 2021, In: Infant and Child Development
  • Cognitive prerequisites for cumulative culture are context-dependent: Children's potential for ratcheting depends on cue longevity, Wilks, C., Rafetseder, E., Renner, E., Atkinson, M., Caldwell, C. 1 Apr 2021, In: Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
  • Development of strategic social information seeking: Implications for cumulative culture, Blakey, K., Rafetsederi, E., Atkinson, M., Renner, E., Cowan-Forsythe, F., Sati, S., Caldwell, C. 24 Aug 2021, In: PLoS One
  • Limited evidence for executive function load impairing selective copying in a win-stay lose-shift task, Dunstone, J., Atkinson, M., Grainger, C., Renner, E., Caldwell, C. 4 Mar 2021, In: PLoS One

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