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Bonnie Perdue
Bonnie Perdue
Assistant Professor, Agnes Scott College
Verified email at agnesscott.edu
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Zoo animal welfare
TL Maple, BM Perdue
Springer, 2013
1652013
Putting the elephant back in the herd: elephant relative quantity judgments match those of other species
BM Perdue, CF Talbot, AM Stone, MJ Beran
Animal cognition 15 (5), 955-961, 2012
1122012
Technology at the zoo: The influence of a touchscreen computer on orangutans and zoo visitors
BM Perdue, AW Clay, DE Gaalema, TL Maple, TS Stoinski
Zoo Biology 31 (1), 27-39, 2012
942012
Sex differences in spatial ability: a test of the range size hypothesis in the order Carnivora
BM Perdue, RJ Snyder, Z Zhihe, MJ Marr, TL Maple
Biology Letters 7 (3), 380-383, 2011
812011
Language-Trained Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) Name What They Have Seen but Look First at What They Have Not Seen
MJ Beran, JD Smith, BM Perdue
Psychological Science 24 (5), 660-666, 2013
782013
The use of technology to enhance zoological parks
AW Clay, BM Perdue, DE Gaalema, FL Dolins, MA Bloomsmith
Zoo biology 30 (5), 487-497, 2011
782011
Capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) let lesser rewards pass them by to get better rewards
JL Bramlett, BM Perdue, TA Evans, MJ Beran
Animal Cognition 15 (5), 963-969, 2012
612012
Using technology to educate zoo visitors about conservation
BM Perdue, TS Stoinski, TL Maple
Visitor Studies 15 (1), 16-27, 2012
552012
Prospective memory in a language-trained chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes)
MJ Beran, BM Perdue, JL Bramlett, CR Menzel, TA Evans
Learning and motivation 43 (4), 192-199, 2012
522012
What are my chances? Closing the gap in uncertainty monitoring between rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) and capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella).
MJ Beran, BM Perdue, JD Smith
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition 40 (3), 303, 2014
512014
Variability in the developmental life history of the genus Gorilla
TS Stoinski, B Perdue, T Breuer, MP Hoff
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 152 (2), 165-172, 2013
502013
Go when you know: Chimpanzees’ confidence movements reflect their responses in a computerized memory task
MJ Beran, BM Perdue, SE Futch, JD Smith, TA Evans, AE Parrish
Cognition 142, 236-246, 2015
492015
Primate cognition: Attention, episodic memory, prospective memory, self‐control, and metacognition as examples of cognitive control in nonhuman primates
MJ Beran, CR Menzel, AE Parrish, BM Perdue, K Sayers, JD Smith, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 7 (5), 294-316, 2016
442016
Comparative cognition: Past, present, and future.
MJ Beran, AE Parrish, BM Perdue, DA Washburn
International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 2014
432014
Do monkeys choose to choose?
BM Perdue, TA Evans, DA Washburn, DM Rumbaugh, MJ Beran
Learning & behavior 42 (2), 164-175, 2014
382014
Food preference, keeper ratings, and reinforcer effectiveness in exotic animals: The value of systematic testing
DE Gaalema, BM Perdue, AS Kelling
Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 14 (1), 33-41, 2011
362011
Delay of gratification by orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) in the accumulation task.
AE Parrish, BM Perdue, EE Stromberg, AE Bania, TA Evans, MJ Beran
Journal of Comparative Psychology 128 (2), 209, 2014
342014
The effect of computerized testing on sun bear behavior and enrichment preferences
BM Perdue
Behavioral Sciences 6 (4), 19, 2016
332016
The elusive illusion: Do children (Homo sapiens) and capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) see the Solitaire illusion?
AE Parrish, C Agrillo, BM Perdue, MJ Beran
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 142, 83-95, 2016
332016
Capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) modulate their use of an uncertainty response depending on risk.
MJ Beran, BM Perdue, BA Church, JD Smith
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition 42 (1), 32, 2016
302016
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