Peer-reviewed publications:

Farrar, B.G. & Ostojić L. (2018). Does social distance modulate adults’ egocentric biases when reasoning about false beliefs? PloS ONE 13(6), e0198616. Click here for full text

Brecht K.F., Ostojić L., Legg E.W.& Clayton N.S. (2018Difficulties when using video playback to investigate social cognition in California scrub-jays (Aphelocoma californica) PeerJ6:e4451

Brecht, K.F., Wagener, L.,Ostojić, L., Clayton, N.S. & Nieder, A. (2017). Comparing the face inversion effect in crows and humans. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, click here for full text

Ostojić, L., Legg, E.W., Brecht, K.F., Lange, F., Deininger, C., Mendl, M. & Clayton, N.S. (2017). Current desires of conspecific observers affect cache-protection strategies in California scrub-jays and Eurasian jays. Current Biology 27, R51-R53.  click here for full text

Ostojić, L., Legg, E.W., Dits, A., Williams, N., Brecht, K.F., Mendl, M. & Clayton, N.S. (2016). Experimenter expectancy bias does not explain Eurasian jays’ performance in a desire-state attribution task. Journal of Comparative Psychology 130, 407-410.

Legg, E.W., Ostojić, L. & Clayton, N.S. (2016). Caching at a distance: a cache protection strategy in Eurasian jays. Animal Cognition doi:10.1007/s10071-016-0972-7 click here for full text

Ostojić, L., Tkalčić M. & Clayton, N.S. (2015). Are owners’ reports of their dogs’ ‘guilty look’ influenced by the dogs’ action and evidence of the misdeed? Behavioural Processes doi:10.1016/j.beproc.2014.12.010. click here for full text

Legg. E. W., Ostojić, L. & Clayton, N.S. (2014). Food sharing and social cognition. WIREs Cognitive Science DOI: 10.1002/wcs.1329. click here to read the abstract

Ostojić, L., Legg, E. W., Shaw, R. C., Cheke, L. G., Mendl, M. & Clayton, N. S. (2014). Can male Eurasian jays disengage from their own current desire to feed the female what she wants? Biology Letters 10, 20140042. click here for full text

MacLean, E. L. et al. (2014). The evolution of self-control. PNAS doi:10.1073/pnas.1323533111 click here to read the abstract

Ostojić, L., Shaw, R. C., Cheke, L. G. & Clayton, N. S. (2013). Evidence suggesting that desire-state attribution may govern food sharing behavior in Eurasian Jays. PNAS 110, 4123-4128, doi:10.1073/pnas.1209926110. click here to read the abstract

Ostojić, L. & Clayton, N.S. (2013). Behavioural coordination of dogs in a cooperative problem-solving task with a conspecific and a human partner. Animal Cognition doi:10.1007/s10071-013-0676-1.  click here for full textclick here for the Supplementary Information videos

Ostojić, L. & Clayton, N.S. (2013). Inequity aversion in humans: testing behavioural criteria from comparative cognition. Animal Cognition doi:10.1007/s10071-013-0610-6. click here to read the abstract

Jolles, J. W., Ostojić, L. & Clayton, N.S. (2013). Dominance, pair bonds and boldness determine social foraging tactics in rooks (Corvus frugilegus). Animal Behaviour click here to read the abstract

Logan, C.J., Ostojić, L. & Clayton, N.S. (2013). Rook, but not jackdaw, post-conflict third-party affiliation reduces aggression for aggressors. Ethology 119, 1–9. click here to read the abstract

Invited publications:

Legg, E.W., Ostojić, L., & Clayton. N. S. (2017). Routes to the convergent evolution of  cognition. In: Routledge Handbook of Evolution and Philosophy, Ed. by Joyce, R

Ostojić, L. (2013). Book review: Tool Use in Animals: Cognition and Ecology, C. Sanz, J. Call, C. Boesch (Eds.). Applied Animal Behaviour Science 148, 177-178.

Ostojić, L., Cheke, L.G., Shaw, R.C., Legg, E.W. & Clayton, N.S. (2016). Desire-state attribution: Benefits of a novel paradigm using the food-sharing behavior of Eurasian jays. Communicative & Integrative Biology 9 (2). click here for full text


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