Publications

Basile, B.M. & Hampton, R.R.(2017). Dissociation of item and source memory in rhesus monkeys. Cognition, 166: 398-406. DOI: 10.1016/j.cognition.2017.06.009

Hassett, T.C. & Hampton, R.R.(2017). Change in the relative contributions of habit and working memory facilitates serial reversal learning expertise in rhesus monkeys. Animal Cognition, 20: 485. DOI: 10.1007/s10071-017-1076-8

Brown, E.K., Templer, V.L., & Hampton, R.R.(2017). An assessment of domain-general metacognitive responding in rhesus monkeys. Behavioural Processes, 135, 132-144. DOI: 10.1016/j.beproc.2016.12.004

Diamond, R.F., Stoinski, T.S., Mickelberg, J.L., Basile, B.M., Gazes, R.P., Templer, V.L., & Hampton, R.R. (2016). Similar stimulus features control visual classification in orangutans and rhesus monkeys. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 105, 100-110. DOI: 10.1002/jeab.176

Gazes, R.P., Hampton, R.R. & Lourenco, S.F. (2015). Transitive inference of social dominance by human infants. Developmental Science. DOI: 10.1111/desc. 12367

Tu, H.W., Pani, A., & Hampton, R.R. (2015). Rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) adaptively adjust information seeking in response to information accumulated. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 129(4), 347-355. PMCID: PMC4648642

Basile, B.M., Schroeder, G.R., Brown, E.K., Templer, V.L, & Hampton, R.R. (2014). Evaluation of seven hypotheses for metamemory performance in rhesus monkeys. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 144, 85-102. PMCID: PMC4308511

Paxton-Gazes, R., Lazareva, O.F., Bergene, C.N., Hampton, R.R. (2014). Effects of spatial training on transitive inference performance in humans and rhesus monkeys. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 40, 477-489. PMCID: PMC4370116

Tu, H.W., & Hampton, R.R.(2014). Rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) actively allocate working memory resources. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 40, 467-476. PMCID:PMC4243171

Basile, B.M. & Hampton, R.R. (2014). Metacognition as discrimination: Commentary on Smith et al. (2014). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 128(2), 135-137. PMCID: PMC4374550

Anderson, L.M., Basile, B.M., & Hampton, R.R. (2013). Dissociation of visual localization and visual detection in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Animal Cognition, 17,681-687. PMCID:
PMC3988222

Templer, V.L . & Hampton, R.R. (2013). Episodic memory in nonhumans. Current Biology, 23 (17). PMCID: PMC3799964

Basile, B.M. & Hampton, R.R. (2013). Recognition errors suggest fast familiarity and slow recollection in rhesus monkeys. Learning and Memory, 20, 431-437. PMCID: PMC3718198

Basile, B.M. & Hampton, R.R. (2013). Dissociation of active working memory and passive recognition in rhesus monkeys. Cognition, 126, 391-396. PMCID: PMC3558612

Basile, B.M. & Hampton, R.R. (2013).Monkeys show recognition without priming in a classification task. Behavioural Processes, 93 (2013): 50– 61. PMCID: PMC3541476

Templer, V.L.  & Hampton, R.R. (2013). Cognitive Mechanisms of Memory for Order in Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca Mulatta). Hippocampus 23:193-201. PMCID: PMC3757570

Gazes, R.P., Brown, E.K., Basile, B.M., & Hampton, R.R. (2012). Automated cognitive testing of monkeys in social groups yields results comparable to individual laboratory-based testing. Animal Cognition, 16, 445-458. PMCID: PMC3625694

Gazes, R.P., Chee, N.W.,  & Hampton, R.R. (2012). Cognitive Mechanisms for Transitive Inference Performance in Rhesus Monkeys: Measuring the Influence of Associative Strength and Inferred Order. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 38, 331-345. PMCID: PMC3774320

Tu, H.-W. & Hampton, R.R. (2012). One-Trial Memory and Habit Contribute Independently to Matching-to-Sample Performance in Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca Mulatta). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 127, 319-328. PMCID: PMC3909651

Templer, V.L. & Hampton, R.R. (2012). Rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) show robust evidence for memory awareness across multiple generalization tests. Animal Cognition, 15, 409-419. PMCID: PMC3335934

Tu, H.-W., Hampton, R.R., & Murray, E.A. (2011). Perirhinal cortex removal dissociates two memory systems in matching-to-sample performance in rhesus monkeys. Journal of Neuroscience,31(45), 16366-16343. PMCID: PMC3241006

Seed, A., Clayton, A., Carruthers, P., Dickinson, A., Glimcher, P.W., Güntürkün, O., Hampton, R.R., Kacelnik, A., Shanahan, M., Stevens, J.R., & Tebbich, S. (2011). Planning, memory, and decision making. In Menzel, R., & Fischer, J. (Eds.), Animal thinking: contemporary issues in comparative cognition (pp. 121-147). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. (Ernst Strüngmann Forum: http://www.esforum.de/. Book link: http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?ttype=2&tid=12681).

Hampton, R.R. (2011). Status of nonhuman memory monitoring and possible roles in planning and decision making. In Menzel, R., & Fischer, J. (Eds.), Animal thinking: contemporary issues in comparative cognition (pp. 105-119). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Adachi, I. & Hampton, R.R. (2011). Rhesus monkeys see who they hear: spontaneous cross-modal memory for familiar conspecifics. PLoS ONE, 6(8).PMCID: PMC3160873

Basile, B.M. & Hampton, R.R. (2011). Monkeys Recall and Reproduce Simple Shapes from Memory. Current Biology, 21(9), 774-778. PMCID: PMC3090493 . Erratum.

Paxton, R., Basile, B.M., Adachi, I., Suzuki, W.A., Wilson, M., & Hampton, R.R. (2010)Rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) rapidly learn to select dominant individuals in videos of artificial social interactions between unfamiliar conspecifics. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 124(4), 395-401.PMCID: PMC2991481

Basile, B.M. & Hampton, R.R. (2010). Rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) show robust primacy and recency in memory for lists from small, but not large, image sets. Behavioural Processes, 83, 183-190. PMCID: PMC2830856

Adachi, I., Chou, D.P. & Hampton, R.R. (2009). Thatcher effect in monkeys demonstrates conservation of face perception across primates. Current Biology, 19, 1270-1273. PMCID: PMC2726903

Hampton, R.R. (2009). Focusing the uncertainty about nonhuman metacognition. Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews, 4, 56-57. PMCID: PMC2748339

Hampton, R.R. (2009). Multiple demonstrations of metacognition in nonhumans: Converging evidence or multiple mechanisms? Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews, 4, 17-28. PMCID: PMC2748335

Paxton, R. & Hampton, R.R. (2009). Tests of planning and the Bischof-Köhler hypothesis in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Behavioral Processes, 80, 238-246. PMCID: PMC2739929

Basile, B.M., Hampton, R.R., Suomi, S.J. & Murray, E.A. (2008). An assessment of memory awareness in tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella). Animal Cognition , 12, 169-180. PMCID: PMC2676690

Basile, B.M., Hampton, R.R., Chaudhry, A.M. & Murray, E.A. (2007). Presence of a privacy divider increases proximity in pair-housed rhesus monkeys. Animal Welfare, 16, 37-40.

Hampton, R.R. & Hampstead, B.M. (2006). Spontaneous behavior of a rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) during memory tests suggests memory awareness. Behavioral Processes, 72, 184-189. PMID:16460887

Hampton, R.R. (2006). Memory awareness in rhesus monkeys. In: Kazuo Fujita and Shoji Itakura (Eds.), Diversity of Cognition (pp. 282-299). Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto University Press.

Heiss, J.D., Walbridge, S., Morrison, P., Hampton R.R., Sato, S., Vortmeyer, A., Butman, J.A., O'Malley, J., Vidwan, P., Dedrick, R.L., Oldfield, E.H. (2005). Local distribution and toxicity of prolonged hippocampal infusion of muscimol. Journal of Neurosurgery, 103, 1035-1045. PMCID: PMC4294277

Hampton, R.R. (2005). Monkey perirhinal cortex is critical for visual memory, but not for visual perception: re-examination of the behavioral evidence from monkeys. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 58B, 283-299.

Hampton, R.R., Hampstead, B.M. & Murray, E.A. (2005). Rhesus monkeys demonstrate robust memory for what and where, but not when, in an open-field test. Learning and Motivation, 36, 245-259 .

Hampton, R.R. (2005). Can monkeys discriminate between remembering and forgetting? In Janet Metcalfe and Herbert Terrace (Eds.), The Missing Link in Cognition: Origins of Self-Knowing Consciousness (pp. 272-295).  New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Hampton, R.R., Zivin, A. & Murray, E.A. (2004). Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta) Discriminate Between Knowing and Not Knowing and Collect Information As Needed Before Acting. Animal Cognition, 7, 239-254. PMID: 15105996

Hampton, R.R., & Schwartz, B.L. (2004). Episodic memory in nonhumans: What, and where, is when? Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 14, 192-197. PMID: 15082324

Hampton, R.R., Hampstead, B.M. & Murray, E.A. (2004). Selective hippocampal damage impairs spatial memory in an open-field test in rhesus monkeys. Hippocampus, 14, 808-818. PMID: 15382251

Hampton, R.R., Buckmaster, C.A., Anuszkiewicz-Lundgren, D. & Murray, E.A. (2004). Method for making selective lesions of the hippocampus in macaque monkeys using NMDA and a longitudinal surgical approach. Hippocampus, 14, 9-18. PMID: 15058478

Hampton, R.R. (2003). Metacognition as evidence for explicit representation in nonhumans. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 26, 346-347.

Hampton, R.R. & Murray, E.A. (2002). Learning of discriminations is impaired, but generalization to altered views is intact, in monkeys (Macaca mulatta) with perirhinal cortex removal. Behavioral Neuroscience, 116, 363-377. PMID: 12049317

Hampton, R.R., Healy, S.D., Shettleworth, S.J. & Kamil, A.C. (2002). Neuroecologists are not made of straw. Trends in Cognitive Science, 6 , 6-7. PMID: 11849608

Hampton, R.R. (2001). Animal Minds: Beyond Cognition to Consciousness. Book review for Ethology, 11 , 1055-1056.

Hampton, R.R. (2001). Rhesus monkeys know when they remember, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 98 , 5359-5362. PMCID: PMC33214

Murray, E.A., Bussey, T.J., Hampton, R.R. & Saksida, L.M. (2000). The parahippocampal region and object identification. In H. E. Scharfman, M. P. Witter & R. Schwarcz (Eds.), The Parahippocampal Region: Implications for Neurological and Psychiatric Diseases (pp. 166-174). Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 911. PMID: 10911873

Hampton, R.R., Shettleworth, S.J. & Westwood, R. (1998). Proactive Interference, Recency, and Associative Strength: Comparisons of Black-Capped Chickadees and Dark-Eyed Juncos, Animal Learning & Behavior, 26 , 475-485.

Shettleworth, S.J. & Hampton, R.R. (1998). Adaptive Specializations of Spatial Cognition in Food Storing Birds? Approaches to testing a Comparative Hypothesis. In I. Pepperberg, A.C. Kamil, & R.P. Balda (Eds.), Animal Cognition in the Field. Academic press.

Brodbeck, D.R., Hampton, R.R. & Cheng, K. (1998). Timing Behavior of Black-Capped Chickadees, Behavioural Processes, 44 , 183-195. PMID: 24896974

Mrosovsky, N. & Hampton, R.R. (1997). Spatial responses to light in mice with severe retinal degeneration. Neuroscience Letters, 222 , 204-206. PMID: 9148250

Hampton, R.R. and Shettleworth, S.J. (1996). Hippocampus and Memory in a Food-Storing and in a Non-Storing Bird Species, Behavioral Neuroscience, 110 , 946-964. PMID: 8918998

Hampton, R.R. and Shettleworth, S.J. (1996). Hippocampal Lesions Impair Memory for Location but not Color in Passerine Birds, Behavioral Neuroscience, 110 , 831-835. PMID: 8664273

Hampton, R.R., Sherry, D.F., Shettleworth, S., Khurgel, M. & Ivy, G. (1995). Hippocampal Volume and Food-Storing Behavior Are Related in Parids, Brain, Behavior, and Evolution, 45 , 54-61. PMID: 7866771

Krebs, J.R., Clayton, N.S., Hampton, R.R., & Shettleworth, S.J. (1995). Effects of Photoperiod on Food-Storing and the Hippocampus in Birds. Neuroreport, 6 , 1701-1704. PMID: 8527745

Shettleworth, S.J., Hampton, R.R. & Westwood, R. (1995). Effects of Season and Photoperiod on Food-Storing in Black-Capped Chickadees, Animal Behaviour, 49 , 989-998.

Hampton, R.R. (1994). Sensitivity to Information Specifying the Line of Gaze of Humans by Sparrows (Passer domesticus), Behaviour, 103 , 41-51.

Hampton, R.R. & Sherry, D.F. (1992). The Effects of Cache Loss on Choice of Cache Site in Black-capped Chickadees, Behavioral Ecology, 5 , 45-50.

Hampton, R.R. & Sherry, D.F. (1992). Food Storing by Mexican Chickadees and Bridled Titmice, The Auk, 109 , 665-666.

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