Robert G. Cook

Affiliations: 
Tufts University, Boston 
Area:
Animal Cognition, Avian Vision, Comparative Psychology
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Cross-listing: PsychTree

Children

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Daniel I. Brooks research assistant 2002-2005 University of Iowa
Jeffrey S. Katz grad student Tufts
Stephen F. Sands grad student Sands research
Brian R. Cavoto grad student 2002 Tufts
Angie C. Koban grad student 2009 Tufts
Cecilia Taher grad student 2009 University of Iowa
Matthew S. Murphy grad student 2014 Tufts
Aaron P. Blaisdell post-doc 1999-2001 Tufts
Kazuhiro Goto research scientist 2003-2003 Tufts (PsychTree)

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Tomokazu Ushitani collaborator Tufts
S. Leilani Kellogg collaborator 2015- Tufts
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Cook RG, Qadri MAJ, Brooks DI. (2023) Same/different discrimination of motion by pigeons. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 49: 237-252
Gray SL, Qadri MAJ, Cook RG. (2023) Dynamically occluded action recognition by pigeons. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Cook RG, Qadri MAJ, Rayburn-Reeves RM, et al. (2023) Mechanisms of within-session sequential behavior in pigeons. Learning & Behavior
Cook RG, Brooks D, Qadri MAJ. (2022) Pigeons discount continuously changing perspective during action recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition
Brooks DI, Cook RG, Goto K. (2022) Perceptual grouping and detection of trial-unique emergent structures by pigeons. Animal Cognition
Gray SL, Qadri MAJ, Brooks DI, et al. (2021) Use of different attentional strategies by pigeons and humans in multidimensional visual search. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition
Qadri MAJ, Cook RG. (2021) Adaptive testing of the critical features in 2D-shape discrimination by pigeons and starlings. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 47: 281-302
Gray SL, Qadri MAJ, Cook RG. (2020) Towards describing scenes by animals: Pigeons' ordinal discrimination of objects varying in depth. Learning & Behavior
Qadri MAJ, Cook RG. (2020) Pigeons process actor-action configurations more readily than bystander-action configurations. Learning & Behavior
Glassman LW, Hagmann CE, Qadri MA, et al. (2019) The effect of learning on heart rate and behavior of European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part a, Ecological and Integrative Physiology
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