Hughes, A. E., Griffiths, D., Troscianko, J. & Kelley, L. A. (2021) The evolution of patterning during movement in a large-scale citizen science game. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 288, 20202823

Goumas, M., Lee, V. E., Boogert*, N. J., Kelley*, L. A. & Thornton*, A. (2020) The role of cognition in human-wildlife interactions. Frontiers in Psychology. 11, 589978. (*contributed equally)

Goumas, M., Collins, T. R., Fordham, L., Kelley, L. A., & Boogert, N. J. (2020) Herring gull aversion to gaze in urban and rural human settlements. Animal Behaviour, 168, 83-88.

Caves, E. M., Troscianko*, J. & Kelley,* L. A. (2020) A customizable, low-cost optomotor apparatus: a powerful tool for behaviourally measuring visual capability. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 11, 1319-1324. (*contributed equally)

Galloway, J. A. M., Green, S. D., Stevens, M. & Kelley, L. A. (2020) Finding a hidden signal among noise: how can predators overcome camouflage strategies? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 375, 20190478.

Goumas, M., Boogert, N. J. & Kelley, L. A. (2020) Urban herring gulls use human behavioural cues to locate food. Royal Society Open Science, 7, 191959.

Goumas, M., Burns, I, Kelley, L. A. & Boogert, N. J. (2019) Herring gulls respond to human gaze direction. Biology Letters, 15, 20190405.

Kelley, L. A. & Clayton, N. S. (2017) California scrub-jays reduce visual cues available to potential pilferers by matching food colour to caching substrate. Biology Letters, 13, 20170242

Kelley, L. A. (2017) Bowerbirds. In Encyclopaedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior. Vonk, J. & Shackelford, T. (Eds), Springer.

Kelley, L. A. & Endler, J. A. (2017) How do great bowerbirds create forced perspective illusions? Royal Society Open Science, 4, 160661 h

Endler, J. A., Gaburro, J. & Kelley, L. A. (2014) Visual effects in great bowerbird sexual displays and their implications for signal design. Proceedings of the Royal Society B,
281, 20140235

Kelley, L. A. & Kelley, J. L. (2014) Perceptual biases and animal illusions: a response to comments on Kelley and Kelley. Behavioral Ecology, 25, 468-469. pdf

Kelley, L. A. & Kelley, J. L. (2014) Animal visual illusion and confusion: the importance of a perceptual perspective. Behavioral Ecology, 25, 450-463

Kelley, L. A. & Endler, J. A. (2012) Male great bowerbirds create forced perspective illusions with consistently different individual quality. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109, 20980-20985.

Kelley, L. A. & Healy, S. D. (2012) Vocal mimicry in spotted bowerbirds is associated with an alarming context. Journal of Avian Biology, 43, 525-530.

Endler, J. A., Mielke, P. W. Jr & Kelley, L. A. (2012) Response to comment on “Illusions promote mating success in great bowerbirds.” Science, 337, 292.

Kelley, L. A. & Endler, J. A. (2012) Illusions promote mating success in great bowerbirds. Science, 335, 335-338.

Kelley, L. A. & Healy, S. D. (2011) The mimetic repertoire of the spotted bowerbird Ptilonorhychus maculatus. Naturwissenschaften, 98, 501-507.

Kelley, L. A. & Healy, S. D. (2011) Quick guide: vocal mimicry. Current Biology, 21, 9 – 10.

Kelley, L. A. & Healy, S. D. (2010) Vocal mimicry in male bowerbirds: who learns from whom? Biology Letters, 6, 626 – 629.

Healy, S. D., Bacon, I. E., Haggis, O., Harris, A. P. & Kelley, L. A. (2009) Explanations for variation in cognitive ability: Behavioural ecology meets comparative cognition. Behavioural Processes, 80, 288-294.

Kelley, L. A., Coe, R. L., Madden, J.R & Healy, S.D. (2008) Vocal mimicry in songbirds. Animal Behaviour, 76, 521-528.

Other publications

Kelley, L. A. (2012)  Masters of Illusion. Australasian Science, 33, 30-32. pdfAus Sci cover

Kelley, L. A. (2009)   Bowerbirds (book review).  Ibis, 151, 218.

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