Scarlett Howard
Scarlett Howard
Centre for Integrative Ecology (CIE), School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Deakin University
Verified email at deakin.edu.au
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Numerical ordering of zero in honey bees
SR Howard, A Avargučs-Weber, JE Garcia, AD Greentree, AG Dyer
Science 360 (6393), 1124-1126, 2018
592018
Numerical cognition in honeybees enables addition and subtraction
SR Howard, A Avargučs-Weber, JE Garcia, AD Greentree, AG Dyer
Science advances 5 (2), eaav0961, 2019
332019
Free-flying honeybees extrapolate relational size rules to sort successively visited artificial flowers in a realistic foraging situation
SR Howard, A Avargues-Weber, J Garcia, AG Dyer
Animal Cognition 20 (4), 627-638, 2017
172017
Perception of contextual size illusions by honeybees in restricted and unrestricted viewing conditions
SR Howard, A Avargučs-Weber, JE Garcia, D Stuart-Fox, AG Dyer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1867), 20172278, 2017
132017
Symbolic representation of numerosity by honeybees (Apis mellifera): matching characters to small quantities
SR Howard, A Avargučs-Weber, JE Garcia, AD Greentree, AG Dyer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1904), 20190238, 2019
122019
Honeybees prefer novel insect-pollinated flower shapes over bird-pollinated flower shapes
SR Howard, M Shrestha, J Schramme, JE Garcia, A Avargučs-Weber, ...
Current zoology 65 (4), 457-465, 2019
82019
Fluorescent pan traps affect the capture rate of insect orders in different ways
M Shrestha, JE Garcia, JHJ Chua, SR Howard, T Tscheulin, A Dorin, ...
Insects 10 (2), 40, 2019
72019
Signal or cue: the role of structural colors in flower pollination
JE Garcia, M Shrestha, SR Howard, P Petersen, AG Dyer
Current zoology 65 (4), 467-481, 2019
62019
Achieving arithmetic learning in honeybees and examining how individuals learn
SR Howard, A Avargučs-Weber, JE Garcia, AD Greentree, AG Dyer
Communicative & Integrative Biology 12 (1), 166-170, 2019
62019
Surpassing the subitizing threshold: appetitive–aversive conditioning improves discrimination of numerosities in honeybees
SR Howard, A Avargučs-Weber, JE Garcia, AD Greentree, AG Dyer
Journal of Experimental Biology 222 (19), jeb205658, 2019
42019
Common principles in learning from bees through to humans: Individual differences set a basis for learning theory and implementations into AI
AG Dyer, JE Garcia, SR Howard, AA Weber, AD Greentree
Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy 4 (2), 184-201, 2019
22019
TRACES: Mobile Eye Tracking Captures User Sensory Experience in an Outdoor Walking Tour Environment
O Guntarik, JE Garcia, SR Howard, AG Dyer
Leonardo 51 (2), 163-164, 2018
22018
Bees can learn higher numbers than we thought-if we train them the right way
A Dyer, J Garcia, S Howard
Science Education News 68 (4), 48, 2019
12019
Chasing the meaning of zero
S Howard, J Garcia, A Dyer
Australasian Science 39 (6), 20, 2018
12018
Through the Eyes of a Bee: Seeing the World as a Whole
AG Dyer, SR Howard, JE Garcia
Animal Studies Journal 5 (1), 97-109, 2016
12016
Spontaneous quantity discrimination of artificial flowers by foraging honeybees
SR Howard, J Schramme, JE Garcia, L Ng, A Avargučs-Weber, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (9), 2020
2020
Reply to comment on Howard et al. (2019): ‘Nothing to dance about: unclear evidence for symbolic representations and numerical competence in honeybees'
SR Howard, A Avargučs-Weber, JE Garcia, AD Greentree, AG Dyer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1925), 20200095, 2020
2020
Balancing research excellence and media impact: a multistage approach
AG Dyer, SR Howard, JE Garcia
Journal & Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 152 (3), 320-326, 2020
2020
How to engage public support to protect overlooked species
SR Howard, AG Dyer
Animal Sentience 4 (27), 25, 2020
2020
Numerical cognition in honeybees: rule learning enables quantity discrimination, zero comprehension, simple arithmetic, and symbol use by an insect
S Howard
2018
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