Liisa Hämäläinen
Liisa Hämäläinen
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Visual illusions in predator–prey interactions: birds find moving patterned prey harder to catch
L Hämäläinen, J Valkonen, J Mappes, B Rojas
Animal Cognition 18 (5), 1059-1068, 2015
302015
Can video playback provide social information for foraging blue tits?
L Hämäläinen, HM Rowland, J Mappes, R Thorogood
PeerJ 5, e3062, 2017
132017
Social learning within and across predator species reduces attacks on novel aposematic prey
L Hämäläinen, J Mappes, HM Rowland, M Teichmann, R Thorogood
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (5), 1153-1164, 2020
112020
Predators’ consumption of unpalatable prey does not vary as a function of bitter taste perception
L Hämäläinen, J Mappes, R Thorogood, JK Valkonen, K Karttunen, ...
Behavioral Ecology 31 (2), 383-392, 2020
102020
Social information use about novel aposematic prey is not influenced by a predator's previous experience with toxins
L Hämäläinen, J Mappes, H Rowland, R Thorogood
Functional Ecology, 2019
82019
The effect of social information from live demonstrators compared to video playback on blue tit foraging decisions
L Hämäläinen, HM Rowland, J Mappes, R Thorogood
PeerJ 7, e7998, 2019
62019
Variation in male fertility in a polymorphic moth, Parasemia plantaginis
R Chargé, N Wedell, C Lindstedt, L Hämäläinen, E Övermark, J Mappes
Animal Behaviour 111, 33-40, 2016
62016
Social transmission in the wild can reduce predation pressure on novel prey signals
L Hämäläinen, W Hoppitt, HM Rowland, J Mappes, AJ Fulford, S Sosa, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 1-11, 2021
12021
Seeing red? Colour biases of foraging birds are context dependent
M Teichmann, R Thorogood, L Hämäläinen
Animal Cognition 23 (5), 1007-1018, 2020
12020
The signal detection problem of aposematic prey revisited: integrating prior social and personal experience
L Hämäläinen, R Thorogood
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1802), 20190473, 2020
12020
Research data supporting" Social information use about novel aposematic prey is not influenced by a predator’s previous experience with toxins"
L Hamalainen, J Mappes, HM Rowland, R Thorogood
12019
Predators vs. Prey: The information ecology of warning signals
LL Hämäläinen
University of Cambridge, 2020
2020
Research data supporting" Social learning within and across predator species reduces attacks on novel aposematic prey"
L Hamalainen, J Mappes, H Rowland, M Teichmann, R Thorogood
2019
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