Stephen E. Lea, Ph.D.

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Psychology Exeter University 
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Lea SEG, Chow PKY, Leaver LA, et al. (2020) Behavioral flexibility: A review, a model, and some exploratory tests. Learning & Behavior
Meier C, Lea SEG, McLaren IPL. (2020) Measuring response inhibition with a continuous inhibitory-control task. Learning & Behavior
Lea SEG, Chow PKY, Meier C, et al. (2019) Pigeons' performance in a tracking change-signal procedure is consistent with the independent horse-race model. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition
Lea SEG, Pothos EM, Wills AJ, et al. (2018) Multiple feature use in pigeons' category discrimination: The influence of stimulus set structure and the salience of stimulus differences. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 44: 114-127
Meier C, Lea SEG, McLaren IPL. (2018) Pigeons in control of their actions: Learning and performance in stop-signal and change-signal tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 44: 82-94
Chow PK, Leaver LA, Wang M, et al. (2017) Touch screen assays of behavioural flexibility and error characteristics in Eastern grey squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis). Animal Cognition
Meier C, Lea SE, McLaren IP. (2016) Task-switching in pigeons: Associative learning or executive control? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 42: 163-76
Meier C, Lea SE, McLaren IP. (2016) A Stimulus-Location Effect in Contingency-Governed, but Not Rule-Based, Discrimination Learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition
Maes E, De Filippo G, Inkster AB, et al. (2015) Feature- versus rule-based generalization in rats, pigeons and humans. Animal Cognition
Chow PK, Leaver LA, Wang M, et al. (2015) Serial reversal learning in gray squirrels: Learning efficiency as a function of learning and change of tactics. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 41: 343-53
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