Ken Cheng

Macquarie University, Sydney 
animal cognition
"Ken Cheng"
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Deeti S, Islam M, Freas C, et al. (2023) Intricacies of running a route without success in night-active bull ants (Myrmecia midas). Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 49: 111-126
Wystrach A, Buehlmann C, Schwarz S, et al. (2020) Rapid Aversive and Memory Trace Learning during Route Navigation in Desert Ants. Current Biology : Cb
Islam M, Freas CA, Cheng K. (2020) Effect of large visual changes on the navigation of the nocturnal bull ant, Myrmecia midas. Animal Cognition
Deeti S, Fujii K, Cheng K. (2020) The effect of spatially restricted experience on extrapolating learned views in desert ants, Melophorus bagoti. Animal Cognition
Freas CA, Cheng K. (2019) Panorama similarity and navigational knowledge in the nocturnal bull ant, . The Journal of Experimental Biology
Wystrach A, Schwarz S, Graham P, et al. (2019) Running paths to nowhere: repetition of routes shows how navigating ants modulate online the weights accorded to cues. Animal Cognition
Freas CA, Fleischmann PN, Cheng K. (2019) Experimental ethology of learning in desert ants: Becoming expert navigators. Behavioural Processes. 158: 181-191
Lionetti VAG, Cheng K. (2019) Vector calibration in Australian desert ants, Melophorus bagoti: effects of a delay after the acquisition of vector information Ethology. 125: 890-901
Cheng K, Byrne RW. (2018) Why human environments enhance animal capacities to use objects: Evidence from keas (Nestor notabilis) and apes (Gorilla gorilla, Pan paniscus, Pongo abelii, Pongo pygmaeus). Journal of Comparative Psychology (Washington, D.C. : 1983)
Freas CA, Cheng K. (2018) Landmark learning, cue conflict, and outbound view sequence in navigating desert ants. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition
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