Cait Newport
Cait Newport
University of Oxford, Department of Zoology
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Discrimination of human faces by archerfish (Toxotes chatareus)
C Newport, G Wallis, Y Reshitnyk, UE Siebeck
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
Colour vision and response bias in a coral reef fish
KL Cheney, C Newport, EC McClure, NJ Marshall
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (15), 2967-2973, 2013
Complex, context-dependent decision strategies of archerfish, Toxotes chatareus
C Newport, G Wallis, SE Temple, UE Siebeck
Animal Behaviour 86 (6), 1265-1274, 2013
Same/Different Abstract Concept Learning by Archerfish (Toxotes chatareus)
C Newport, G Wallis, UE Siebeck
PloS one 10 (11), e0143401, 2015
Concept learning and the use of three common psychophysical paradigms in the archerfish (Toxotes chatareus)
C Newport, G Wallis, UE Siebeck
Frontiers in neural circuits 8, 39, 2014
Fish use colour to learn compound visual signals
C Newport, NF Green, EC McClure, DC Osorio, M Vorobyev, NJ Marshall, ...
Animal Behaviour 125, 93-100, 2017
Comparison of functional and anatomical estimations of visual acuity in two species of coral reef fish
AN Parker, KA Fritsches, C Newport, G Wallis, UE Siebeck
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (13), 2387-2396, 2017
Object recognition in fish: accurate discrimination across novel views of an unfamiliar object category (human faces)
C Newport, G Wallis, UE Siebeck
Animal Behaviour 145, 39-49, 2018
Mate choice plasticity in a coral reef fish
S Wacker, S Ístlund-Nilsson, E Forsgren, C Newport, T Amundsen
Behavioral Ecology 27 (5), 1331-1342, 2016
Cognitive styles: Speed–accuracy trade-offs underlie individual differences in archerfish
NAR Jones, M Webster, C Newport, CN Templeton, S Schuster, L Rendell
Animal Behaviour 160, 1-14, 2020
Intraspecific cleaning behaviour of adult cleaner wrasse, Labroides dimidiatus (Perciformes: Labridae)
GE Clague, C Newport, AS Grutter
Marine Biodiversity Records 4, 2011
Archerfish vision: Visual challenges faced by a predator with a unique hunting technique
C Newport, S Schuster
Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology 106, 53-60, 2020
High turbidity levels alter coral reef fish movement in a foraging task
C Newport, O Padget, TB de Perera
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-10, 2021
Abstract concept learning in fish
C Newport
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 37, 56-62, 2021
The structure and function of the sucker systems of hill stream loaches
J Willis, TB de Perera, C Newport, G Poncelet, CJ Sturrock, A Thomas
bioRxiv, 851592, 2019
Human facial recognition by archerfish
C Newport
The University of Queensand, 2014
Human facial recognition in fish
C Newport, GM Wallis, UE Siebeck
Perception 42, 160-160, 2013
Behind the Glass: Impacts of the Ornamental Aquarium Industry
C Newport
Wildlife Australia 47 (4), 30-33, 2010
Coming Up for Light: From Dark Depths to Bright Shallows, Life in the Sea Responds to Light at Many Levels
C Newport
Wildlife Australia 47 (3), 18-23, 2010
Coming up for light Marine creatures use vision at every depth, from reading secret signals to decoding flamboyant advertisements.
C Newport
Wildlife Australia 47 (3), 18, 2010
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