Ben Kenward

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We studied laterality of tool use in 10 captive New Caledonian (NC) crows (Corvus moneduloides). All subjects showed near-exclusive individual laterality, but there was no overall bias in either direction (five were left-lateralized and five were right-lateralized). This is consistent with results in non-human primates, which show strong individual(More)
In this article we propose a computational model that describes how observed behavior can influence an observer's own behavior, including the acquisition of new task descriptions. The sources of influence on our model's behavior are: beliefs about the world's possible states and actions causing transitions between them; baseline preferences for certain(More)
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