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Under review Schnell AK, Boeckle M, Clayton NS. Waiting for a better possibility: Delay of gratification in corvids and links to other cognitive capacities. Phil. Trans. B – Thinking about the possible: Mechanisms, functions, ontogeny, and phylogeny. 

2021    Schnell AK, Loconsole M, Garcia-Pelegrin E, Wilkins C, Clayton NS. Jays are sensitive to cognitive illusions. Roy. Soc. Open Sci. 8: 202358

2021 Schnell AK, Clayton NS, Hanlon RT, Jozet-Alves C. Episodic-like memory is preserved with age in cuttlefish. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 288: 20211052

2021 Garcia-Pelegrin E, Schnell AK, Wilkins C, Clayton NS. Exploring the perceptual inabilities of Eurasian jays using magic effects. PNAS. 118: e2026106118

2021 Rouxel Y, Crawford R, Cleasby IR, Kibel P, Owen E, Volke V, Schnell AK, Oppel S. Buoys with looming eyes deter seaducks and could potentially reduce seabird bycatch in gillnets. Roy. Soc. Open Sci. 8: 210225

2021 Schnell AK, Boeckle M, Rivera M, Hanlon RT, Clayton NS. Cuttlefish exert self-control in a delay of gratification task. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 20203161

2021 Schnell AK, Clayton NS. Cephalopods: Ambassadors for rethinking cognition. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 564: 27–36

2021 Schnell AK, Amodio P, Boeckle M, Clayton NS. How intelligent is a cephalopod? Lessons from comparative cognition. Biol. Rev. 96: 162–178

2020 Garcia-Pelegrin E, Schnell AK, Wilkins C, Clayton NS. An unexpected audience: what magic can tell us about cognition in other species. Science. 369: 1424–1426

2020 Birch J, Schnell AK, Clayton NS. Dimensions of animal consciousness. Trends Cog. Sci. 24: 789–801

2020 Billard P, Schnell AK, Clayton NS, Jozet-Alves C. Cuttlefish show flexible and futuredependent foraging cognition. Biol. Lett. 16: 20190743

2019 Schnell AK, Clayton NS. Cephalopod cognition. Curr. Biol. 26: R726–R732

2019 Schnell AK, Jozet-Alves C, Hall KC, Radday L, Hanlon RT. Fighting and mating success in cuttlefish is influenced by behavioural lateralization. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 286: 20182507

2019 Amodio P, Boeckle M, Schnell AK, Ostojić L, Fiorito G, Clayton NS. Grow smart and die young: Why cephalopods evolved intelligence? Trends Ecol. Evol. 34: 45–56

2018 Schnell AK, Bellanger C, Vallortigara G, Jozet-Alves C. Visual asymmetries in cuttlefish during brightness matching for camouflage. Curr. Biol. 28: R925–R926

2017 Allen JJ, Akkaynak D, Schnell AK, Hanlon RT. Dramatic fighting by male cuttlefish for a female mate. Am. Nat. 190: 144–151

2016 Schnell AK, Hanlon RT, Benkada A, Jozet-Alves C. Lateralization of eye use in cuttlefish:

Opposite direction for anti-predatory and predatory behaviors. Front. Physiol. 7: 620

2016 Schnell AK, Smith CL, Hanlon RT, Hall KC, Harcourt R. Cuttlefish perform multiple displays to communicate a hierarchy of threats. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 70: 1643–1655

2015 Schnell AK, Smith CL, Hanlon RT, Harcourt R. Giant Australian cuttlefish use mutual assessment to resolve male-male contests. Anim. Behav. 107: 31–40

2014 Schnell AK, Smith CL, Hanlon RT, Harcourt R. Female receptivity, mating history, and familiarity influence the mating behavior of cuttlefish. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 69: 283–292

2008 Schnell AK, Seebacher F. Can phenotypic plasticity facilitate the geographic expansion of the tilapia Oreochromis mossambicus? Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 81: 733–742

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