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  • Does song complexity correlate with problem-solving performance in flocks of zebra finches? 

    Templeton, Christopher Neal; Laland, Kevin Neville; Boogert, Neeltje Janna (2014-06) - Journal article
    The ‘cognitive capacity hypothesis’ states that song complexity could potentially be used by prospective mates to assess an individual's overall cognitive ability. Several recent studies have provided support for the ...
  • Early-life stress triggers juveniles to switch social learning strategies 

    Farine, Damien Roger; Spencer, Karen Anne; Boogert, Neeltje Janna (2015-08-17) - Journal article
    Stress during early life can cause disease and cognitive impairment in humans and non-humans alike [1]. However, stress and other environmental factors can also program developmental pathways [2, 3]. We investigate whether ...
  • The effect of rumination on social problem-solving and autobiographical memory retrieval in depression : a cross-cultural perspective 

    Kao, Chih-Mei (University of St Andrews, 2007-02) - Thesis
    Previous research has indicated that depression and thinking style (rumination versus distraction) interact to influence cognitive processing. Depressed ruminators produce more categoric autobiographical memories (AM) ...
  • Effectiveness of a strategy that uses educational games to implement clinical practice guidelines among Spanish residents of family and community medicine (e-EDUCAGUIA project) : A clinical trial by clusters 

    del Cura-González, Isabel; López-Rodríguez, Juan A.; Sanz-Cuesta, Teresa; Rodríguez-Barrientos, Ricardo; Martín-Fernández, Jesús; Ariza-Cardiel, Gloria; Polentinos-Castro, Elena; Román-Crespo, Begoña; Escortell-Mayor, Esperanza; Rico-Blázquez, Milagros; Hernández-Santiago, Virginia; Azcoaga-Lorenzo, Amaya; Ojeda-Ruiz, Elena; González-González, Ana I.; Ávila-Tomas, José F.; Barrio-Cortés, Jaime; Molero-García, José M.; Ferrer-Peña, Raul; Tello-Bernabé, María Eugenia; Trujillo-Martín, Mar; Barral, Araceli Garrido; Moreno, Aurora Fernández; Pérez, Paloma Casado; Barba, Emilio Cervera; Rodríguez Monje, María Teresa; Iturbe, Ana Gorroñogoitia; Crespo, Luis Ignacio Mendibil; Mañeru, M. Eulalia Mariñelarena; de Gómez Barragan, Ma Josefa Gil; Elustondo, Sofía Garrido; Fuertes, Rosario Riesgo; Cabello Ballesteros, Luisa María; Nido, Rocío álvarez; Moreno, Cruz Bartolome; Rojas, Guillermo Cairo; Rivas, Jose Luis Lopez; Pikatza, Amaya Zenarutzabeitia; Celaya, Carmen Sánchez; Montalvo, Mariel Morey; Almeida, Lizzy Paola Cisneros; álamo Rodríguez, Manuel Del; García-Franco, Alberto López; Weismann, Elisa Ceresuela; álvarez, Remedios Martín; Bustillo, Beatriz Medina; del Pozo, Marta Sánchez Celaya; Perruca, Luis Sánchez; Salinero Fort, Miguel ángel; de Burgos Luna, Carmen; SanJuan, Angel Mataix; Borrajo, Marta Alcaraz; de Miguel Díaz, Javier; Larrea, Nerea Fernández; Gómez Gascón, Tomas; Rodriguez-Moñino, Ana Pastor; Soto Díaz, Sonia; Fernández, Silvia Pulido; Menéndez-Asenjo, Angel Alberquilla; Olmos, Luis García; Educaguia Group (2016-05-17) - Journal article
    Background: Clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) have been developed with the aim of helping health professionals, patients, and caregivers make decisions about their health care, using the best available evidence. In many ...
  • Social manipulation in nonhuman primates: cognitive and motivational determinants 

    Voelter, Christoph Johannes; Rossano, F.; Call, Josep (2016-09-14) - Journal item
    Social interactions are the result of individuals’ cooperative and competitive tendencies expressed over an extended period of time. Although social manipulation, i.e., using another individual to achieve one’s own goals, ...
  • Workaround as a craft skill of the computerised paper production process 

    Supachayanont, Annop (University of St Andrews, 2011-06-23) - Thesis
    Tacit knowledge and craft skills are widely discussed in management research and practice. Impacts of computer technology on knowledge and skills attract great interests in the field of organisation research. Research in ...
  • Younger apes and human children plan their moves in a maze task 

    Voelter, Christoph Johannes; Call, Josep (2014-02) - Journal article
    Planning defined as the predetermination of a sequence of actions towards some goal is crucial for complex problem solving. To shed light on the evolution of executive functions, we investigated the ontogenetic and ...