What does a squirrel do when the vending machine stops working? Or it’s locked? Or instead of walnut, it’s only corn…
Funded! NSF funds our collaborative grant on olfactory navigation.
A great honor – an award in memory of Steve Jarjisian
Who do squirrels steal from when they pilfer the caches made by other squirrels?
CO3: the annual international animal cognition conference, held in Melbourne, Florida
Judy takes cognitive biomechanics to the theoreticians and on the road…
A integration of art and science in 75 essays
Judy’s talk on geckos running on water is chosen for the student competition symposium….
Delgado, M. & Jacobs, L.F. (2014, August). Where to bury a nut? Do fox squirrels have hierarchical rules for cache organization? Presented at the International Society for Behavioral Ecology Meeting, New York City,...
Berkeley and Bergen collaborate to understand the evolution of decision making…
PNAS: Mikel, Lucia and 54 other scientists collaborate to identify cognitive primitives in birds and mammals
Our consortium study finds that brain size predicts an animal’s ability to control its impulsive behavior.
Delgado, M. & Jacobs, L.F. (2013, July). The systematic squirrel: Cache organization and implications for memory. Presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Boulder, CO.
Delgado, M. & Jacobs, L.F. (2013, March). The systematic squirrel: Cache organization and implications for memory. Presented at the 20th Annual International Conference on Comparative Cognition, Melbourne,...
Essays by 75 scientists uniquely illustrated by 75 artists