Edward Legg
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Eurasian jays (Garrulus glandarius) conceal caches from onlookers
EW Legg, NS Clayton
Animal Cognition 17, 1223-1226, 2014
Can male Eurasian jays disengage from their own current desire to feed the female what she wants?
L Ostojić, EW Legg, RC Shaw, LG Cheke, M Mendl, NS Clayton
Biology letters 10 (3), 20140042, 2014
Current desires of conspecific observers affect cache-protection strategies in California scrub-jays and Eurasian jays
L Ostojić, EW Legg, KF Brecht, F Lange, C Deininger, M Mendl, ...
Current Biology 27 (2), R51-R53, 2017
Desire-state attribution: Benefits of a novel paradigm using the food-sharing behavior of Eurasian jays (Garrulus glandarius)
L Ostojić, LG Cheke, RC Shaw, EW Legg, NS Clayton
Communicative & integrative biology 9 (2), 4123-8, 2016
Error rate on the director's task is influenced by the need to take another's perspective but not the type of perspective
EW Legg, L Olivier, S Samuel, R Lurz, NS Clayton
Royal Society open science 4 (8), 170284, 2017
Caching at a distance: a cache protection strategy in Eurasian jays
EW Legg, L Ostojić, NS Clayton
Animal Cognition 19, 753-758, 2016
Egocentric bias across mental and non-mental representations in the Sandbox Task
S Samuel, EW Legg, R Lurz, NS Clayton
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (11), 2395-2410, 2018
Experimenter expectancy bias does not explain Eurasian jays’(Garrulus glandarius) performance in a desire-state attribution task.
L Ostojić, EW Legg, A Dits, N Williams, KF Brecht, M Mendl, NS Clayton
Journal of Comparative Psychology 130 (4), 407, 2016
The status and value of replications in animal behavior science
K Brecht, EW Legg, C Nawroth, H Fraser, L Ostojić
Animal behavior and cognition 8 (2), 97-106, 2021
Is language required to represent others’ mental states? Evidence from beliefs and other Representations
S Samuel, K Durdevic, EW Legg, R Lurz, NS Clayton
Cognitive science 43 (1), e12710, 2019
Reporting and interpreting non-significant results in animal cognition research
BG Farrar, A Vernouillet, E Garcia-Pelegrin, EW Legg, KF Brecht, ...
PeerJ 11, e14963, 2023
Where was I? Taking alternative visual perspectives can make us (briefly) misplace our own
S Samuel, EW Legg, C Manchester, R Lurz, NS Clayton
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 73 (3), 468-477, 2020
The unreliability of egocentric bias across self–other and memory–belief distinctions in the Sandbox Task
S Samuel, EW Legg, R Lurz, NS Clayton
Royal Society open science 5 (11), 181355, 2018
Food sharing and social cognition
EW Legg, L Ostojić, NS Clayton
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 6 (2), 119-129, 2015
Difficulties when using video playback to investigate social cognition in California scrub-jays (Aphelocoma californica)
KF Brecht, L Ostojić, EW Legg, NS Clayton
PeerJ 6, e4451, 2018
A comparative approach to testing mental state attribution
EW Legg
University of Cambridge, 2015
Assessing the reporting and interpretation of non-significant results in the study of cognitive development: a systematic review
EW Legg, B Farrar, A Lazić, M Thiele, D Kampis, N Mani, K Sesar, ...
Routes to the convergent evolution of cognition
EW Legg, L Ostojić, NS Clayton
The Routledge Handbook of Evolution and Philosophy, 237-251, 2017
Working title: Can Eurasian Jays take into account the intention of their partner in a food-sharing context?
K Brecht, L Ostojic, E Legg, NS Clayton
OSF, 2016
Theory of Mind: A Review of Recent Empirical Results and Main Theoretical Explanations
EW Legg
Psihologijske teme 32 (3), 635-661, 2023
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