Wray, M. K., Klein, B. A., Mattila, H. R., Seeley, T. D. 2008. Honeybees do not reject dances for ‘implausible’ locations: reconsidering the evidence for cognitive maps in insects. Animal Behaviour 76: 261-269.
Wray, M. K., Klein, B. A., Seeley, T. D. 2012. Honey bees use social information in waggle dances more fully when foraging errors are more costly. Behavioral Ecology 23: 125-131.
Wray, M. K., Mattila, H. R., Seeley, T. D. 2011. Collective personalities in honeybee colonies are linked to colony fitness. Animal Behaviour 81: 559-568.
Wright, A. A. 2018. Episodic memory: Manipulation and replay of episodic memories by rats. Current Biology 28: R667-R669.
Wright, A. A., Kelly, D. M. 2017. Comparative approaches to same/different abstract-concept learning. Learn Behav 45: 323-324.
Wright, A. A., Kelly, D. M., Katz, J. S. 2018. Comparing cognition by integrating concept learning, proactive interference, and list memory. Learn Behav 46: 107-123.
Wright, A. A., Kelly, D. M., Katz, J. S. 2021. Same/different concept learning by primates and birds. Learn Behav 49: 76-84.
Wright, A. J., Akamatsu, T., Mouritsen, K. N., Sveegaard, S., Dietz, R., Teilmann, J. 2017. Silent porpoise: potential sleeping behaviour identified in wild harbour porpoises. Animal Behaviour 133: 211-222.
Wright, Anthony A. 2013. Episodic memory: A rat model of source memory. Current Biology 23: R198-R200.
Wright, C. M., Holbrook, C. T., Pruitt, J. N. 2014. Animal personality aligns task specialization and task proficiency in a spider society. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111: 9533-9537.
Wright, C. M., Keiser, C. N., Pruitt, J. N. 2015. Personality and morphology shape task participation, collective foraging and escape behaviour in the social spider Stegodyphus dumicola. Animal Behaviour 105: 47-54.
Wright, C. M., Lichtenstein, J. L. L., Doering, G. N., Pretorius, J., Meunier, J., Pruitt, J. N. 2019. Collective personalities: present knowledge and new frontiers. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73: 31.
Wright, G. A. 2009. Bee pheromones: Signal or agent of manipulation?. Current Biology 19: R547-R548.
Wright, G. A., Choudhary, A. F., Bentley, M. A. 2009. Reward quality influences the development of learned olfactory biases in honeybees. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276: 2597-2604.
Wright, G. S., Wilkinson, G. S., Moss, C. F. 2011. Social learning of a novel foraging task by big brown bats, Eptesicus fuscus. Animal Behaviour 82: 1075-1083.
Wright, Genevieve S., Chiu, C., Xian, W., Wilkinson, Gerald S., Moss, Cynthia F. 2014. Social calls predict foraging success in big brown bats. Current Biology 24: 885-889.
Wright, H. F., Wilkinson, A., Croxton, R. S., Graham, D. K., Harding, R. C., Hodkinson, H. L., Keep, B., Cracknell, N. R., Zulch, H. E. 2017. Animals can assign novel odours to a known category. Scientific Reports 7: 9019.
Wright, M. G., Spencer, C., Cook, R. M., Henley, M. D., North, W., Mafra-Neto, A. 2018. African bush elephants respond to a honeybee alarm pheromone blend. Current Biology 28: R778-R780.
Wright, S. L., Martin, G. M., Thorpe, C. M., Haley, K., Skinner, D. M. 2019. Distance and direction, but not light cues, support response reversal learning. Learn Behav 47: 38-46.
Wu, H., Gong, L., Jiang, T., Feng, J., Lin, A. 2021. Echolocation call frequencies of bats vary with body temperature and weather conditions. Animal Behaviour 180: 51-61.

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