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    Gavin, M. C.; Rangel, T. F.; Bowern, C.; Colwell, R. K.; Kirby, K. R.; Botero, C. A.; Dunn, M.; Dunn, R. R.; McCarter, J.; Coelho, M. T. P. et al.; Gray, R. D.: Process-based modelling shows how climate and demography shape language diversity. Global Ecology and Biogeography, S. In press (2017)
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    Heaney, M.; Gray, R. D.; Taylor, A. H.: Keas perform similarly to chimpanzees and elephants when solving collaborative tasks. PLoS One (2017)
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    Knaebe, B.; Taylor, A. H.; Elliffe, D. M.; Gray, R. D.: New Caledonian crows show behavioural flexibility when manufacturing their tools. Behaviour 154 (1), S. 65 - 91 (2017)
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    List, J.-M.; Greenhill, S. J.; Gray, R. D.: The Potential of automatic word comparison for historical linguistics. PLoS One (2017)
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    Kirby, K. R.; Gray, R. D.; Greenhill, S. J.; Jordan, F.; Gomes-Ng, S.; Bibiko, H.-J.; Blasi, D. E.; Botero, C. A.; Bowern, C.; Ember, C. R. et al.; Leehr, D.; Low, B. S.; McCarter, J.; Divale, W.; Gavin, M. C.: D-PLACE: A global database of cultural, linguistic and environmental diversity. PLoS One (2016)
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    Matsui, H.; Hunt, G. R.; Oberhofer, K.; Ogihara, N.; McGowan, K. J.; Mithraratne, K.; Yamasaki, T.; Gray, R. D.; Izawa, E.-I.: Adaptive bill morphology for enhanced tool manipulation in New Caledonian crows. Scientific Reports (2016)
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    Matthews, L. J.; Passmore, S.; Richard, P. M.; Gray, R. D.; Atkinson, Q. D.: Shared cultural history as a predictor of political and economic changes among nation states. PLoS One (2016)
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    Miller, R.; Jelbert, S. A.; Taylor, A. H.; Cheke, L. G.; Gray, R. D.; Loissel, E.; Clayton, N. S.: Performance in object-choice Aesop's fable tasks are influenced by object biases in new Caledonian crows but not in human children. PLoS One (2016)
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    Watts, J.; Sheehan, O.; Atkinson, Q. D.; Bulbulia, J.; Gray, R. D.: Ritual human sacrifice promoted and sustained the evolution of stratified societies. Nature 532 (7598), 17159, S. 228 - 231 (2016)
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    Watts, J.; Greenhill, S. J.; Atkinson, Q. D.; Currie, T. E.; Bulbulia, J.; Gray, R. D.: Broad supernatural punishment but not moralizing high gods precede the evolution of political complexity in Austronesia. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1804), 20142556 (2016)
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    Watts, J.; Bulbulia, J.; Gray, R. D.; Atkinson, Q. D.: Clarity and causality needed in claims about Big Gods. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39 (January), S. e27 (2016)
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    Knaebe, B.; Taylor, A. H.; Miller, R.; Gray, R. D.: New Caledonian crows (Corvus moneduloides) attend to barb presence during pandanus tool manufacture and use. Behaviour 152 (15), S. 2107 - 2125 (2015)
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    Taylor, A. H.; Cheke, L. G.; Waismeyer, A.; Meltzoff, A.; Miller, R.; Gopnik, A.; Clayton, N. S.; Gray, R. D.: No conclusive evidence that corvids can create novel causal interventions. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2015)
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    Watts, J.; Sheehan, O.; Greenhill, S. J.; Gomes-Ng, S.; Atkinson, Q. D.; Bulbulia, J.; Gray, R. D.: Pulotu: Database of Austronesian supernatural beliefs and practices. PLoS One (2015)
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    Botero, C. A.; Gardner, B.; Kirby, K. R.; Bulbulia, J.; Gavin, M. C.; Gray, R. D.: The ecology of religious beliefs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 111 (47), S. 16784 - 16789 (2014)
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    Jelbert, S. A.; Taylor, A. H.; Cheke, L. G.; Clayton, N. S.; Gray, R. D.: Using the Aesop's fable paradigm to investigate causal understanding of water displacement by New Caledonian crows. PLoS One (2014)
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    Kushnick, G.; Gray, R. D.; Jordan, F. M.: The sequential evolution of land tenure norms. Evolution and Human Behavior 35 (4), S. 309 - 318 (2014)
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    Logan, C. J.; Jelbert, S. A.; Breen, A. J.; Gray, R. D.; Taylor, A. H.: Modifications to the Aesop's fable paradigm change New Caledonian crow performances. PLoS One (2014)
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    Paterson, A. M.; Wallis, G. P.; Kennedy, M.; Gray, R. D.: Behavioural evolution in penguins does not reflect phylogeny. Cladistics 30 (3), S. 243 - 259 (2014)
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    Taylor, A. H.; Cheke, L. G.; Waismeyer, A.; Meltzoff, A. N.; Miller, R.; Gopnik, A.; Clayton, N. S.; Gray, R. D.: Of babies and birds: complex tool behaviours are not sufficient for the evolution of the ability to create a novel causal intervention. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2014)
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    Taylor, A. H.; Gray, R. D.: Is there a link between the crafting of tools and the evolution of cognition? Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 5 (6), S. 693 - 703 (2014)
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    Bulbulia , J.; Greenhill, S. J.; Gray, R. D.: First shots fired for the phylogenetic revolution in religious studies (Human cultures are primarily adaptive at the group level). Cliodynamics: the journal of theoretical and mathematical history 4 (1), S. 128 - 133 (2013)
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    Gavin, M. C.; Botero, C. A.; Bowern, C.; Colwell, R. K.; Dunn, M.; Dunn, R. R.; Gray, R. D.; Kirby, K. R.; McCarter, J.; Powell, A. et al.; Rangel, T. F.; Stepp, J. R.; Trautwein, M.; Verdolin, J. L.; Yanega, G.: Toward a mechanistic understanding of linguistic diversity. Bioscience 63 (7), S. 524 - 535 (2013)
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    Medina, F. S.; Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.; Wild, J. M.; Kubke, M. F.: Perineuronal satellite neuroglia in the telencephalon of New Caledonian crows and other passeriformes: evidence of satellite glial cells in the central nervous system of healthy birds? PeerJ (2013)
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    Abdelkrim, J.; Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.; Gemmell, N. J.: Population genetic structure and colonisation history of the tool-using New Caledonian crow. PLoS One (2012)
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    Bouckaert, R.; Lemey, P.; Dunn , M. D.; Greenhill, S. J.; Alekseyenko, A. V.; Drummond, A. J.; Gray, R. D.; Suchard, M. A.; Atkinson, Q. D.: Mapping the origins and expansion of the Indo-European language family. Science 337 (6097), S. 957 - 960 (2012)
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    Greenhill, S. J.; Gray, R. D.: Basic vocabulary and Bayesian phylolinguistics: issues of understanding and representation. Diachronica 29 (4), S. 523 - 537 (2012)
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    Hunt, G. R.; Holzhaider, J. C.; Gray, R. D.: Prolonged parental feeding in tool-using New Caledonian crows. Ethology 118 (5), S. 423 - 430 (2012)
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    Levinson, S. C.; Gray, R. D.: Tools from evolutionary biology shed new light on the diversification of languages. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 16 (3), S. 167 - 173 (2012)
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    Taylor, A. H.; Knaebe, B.; Gray, R. D.: An end to insight? : New Caledonian crows can spontaneously solve problems without planning their actions. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1749), S. 4977 - 4981 (2012)
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    Taylor, A. H.; Miller, R.; Gray, R. D.: New Caledonian crows reason about hidden causal agents. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109 (40), S. 16389 - 16391 (2012)
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    Taylor, A. H.; Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.: Context-dependent tool use in New Caledonian crows. Biology Letters 8 (2), S. 205 - 207 (2012)
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    Bowern, C.; Epps, P.; Gray, R. D.; Hill, J.; Hunley, K.; McConvell, P.; Zentz, J.: Does lateral transmission obscure inheritance in hunter-gatherer languages? PLoS One (2011)
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    Dunne, M.; Greenhill, S. J.; Levinson, S. C.; Gray, R. D.: Evolved structure of language shows lineage-specific trends in word-order universals. Nature 473 (7345), S. 79 - 82 (2011)
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    Gray, R. D.; Atkinson, Q. D.; Greenhill, S. J.: Language evolution and human history: what a difference a date makes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 366 (1567), S. 1090 - 1100 (2011)
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    Holzhaider, J. C.; Sibley, M. D.; Taylor, A. H.; Singh, P. J.; Gray, R. D.; Hunt, G. R.: The social structure of New Caledonian crows. Animal Behaviour 81 (1), S. 83 - 92 (2011)
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    Levinson, S. C.; Greenhill, S. J.; Gray, R. D.; Dunn, M.: Universal typological dependencies should be detectable in the history of language families. Linguistic Typology 15, S. 509 - 534 (2011)
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    Medina, F. S.; Taylor, A. H.; Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.: New Caledonian crows' responses to mirrors. Animal Behaviour 82 (5), S. 981 - 993 (2011)
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    Nelson-Sathi, S.; List, J.-M.; Geisler, H.; Fangerau, H.; Gray, R. D.; Martin, W.; Dagan, T.: Networks uncover hidden lexical borrowing in Indo-European language evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1713), S. 1794 - 1803 (2011)
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    Taylor, A. H.; Elliffe, D. M.; Hunt, G. R.; Emery, N. J.; Clayton, N. S.; Gray, R. D.: New Caledonian crows learn the functional properties of novel tool types. PLoS One (2011)
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    Currie, T. E.; Greenhill, S. J.; Gray, R. D.; Hasegawa, T.; Mace, R.: Rise and fall of political complexity in island South-East Asia and the Pacific. Nature 467 (7317), S. 801 - 804 (2010)
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    Gray, R. D.; Bryant, D.; Greenhill, S. J.: On the shape and fabric of human history. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 365 (1559), S. 3923 - 3933 (2010)
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    Greenhill, S. J.; Atkinson, Q. D.; Meade, A.; Gray, R. D.: The shape and tempo of language evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1693), S. 2443 - 2450 (2010)
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    Greenhill, S. J.; Drummond, A. J.; Gray, R. D.: How accurate and robust are the phylogenetic estimates of Austronesian language relationships? PLoS One (2010)
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    Holzhaider, J. C.; Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.: The development of pandanus tool manufacture in wild New Caledonian crows. Behaviour 147 (5-6), S. 553 - 586 (2010)
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    Holzhaider, J. C.; Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.: Social learning in New Caledonian crows. Learning & Behavior 38 (3), S. 206 - 219 (2010)
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    Mehlhorn, J.; Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.; Rehkaemper, G.; Guentuerkuen, O.: Tool-making New Caledonian crows have large associative brain areas. Brain, behavior and evolution : official journal of thr J. B. Johnston Club 75 (1), S. 63 - 70 (2010)
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    Taylor, A. H.; Medina, F. S.; Holzhaider, J. C.; Hearne, L. J.; Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.: An investigation into the cognition behind spontaneous string pulling in New Caledonian crows. PLoS One (2010)
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    Taylor, A. H.; Elliffe, D.; Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.: Complex cognition and behavioural innovation in New Caledonian crows. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1694), S. 2637 - 2643 (2010)
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    Atkinson, Q. D.; Gray, R. D.; Drummond, A. J.: Bayesian coalescent inference of major human mitochondrial DNA haplogroup expansions in Africa. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1655), S. 367 - 373 (2009)
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    Gray, R. D.; Drummond, A. J.; Greenhill, S. J.: Language phylogenies reveal expansion pulses and pauses in Pacific settlement. Science 323 (5913), S. 479 - 483 (2009)
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    Greenhill, S. J.; Gray, R. D.: Darwin, language, and two great Pacific voyages. New Zealand Science Review 66 (3), S. 97 - 101 (2009)
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    Greenhill, S. J.; Currie, T. E.; Gray, R. D.: Does horizontal transmission invalidate cultural phylogenies? Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1665), S. 2299 - 2306 (2009)
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    Jordan, F.; Gray, R. D.; Greenhill, S. J.; Mace, R.: Matrilocal residence is ancestral in Austronesian societies. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1664), S. 1957 - 1964 (2009)
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    Taylor, A. H.; Hunt, G. R.; Medina, F. S.; Gray, R. D.: Do New Caledonian crows solve physical problems through causal reasoning? Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1655), S. 247 - 254 (2009)
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    Taylor, A. H.; Gray, R. D.: Animal cognition: Aesop's fable flies from fiction to fact. Current Biology 19 (17), S. R731 - R732 (2009)
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    Taylor, A.; Roberts, R.; Hunt, G.; Gray, R. D.: Causal reasoning in New Caledonian crows : ruling out spatial analogies and sampling error. Communicative & integrative biology 2 (4), S. 311 - 312 (2009)
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    Atkinson, Q. D.; Gray, R. D.; Drummond, A. J.: MtDNA variation predicts population size in humans and reveals a major Southern Asian chapter in human prehistory. Molecular Biology and Evolution 25 (2), S. 468 - 474 (2008)
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    Cnotka, J.; Guentuerkuen, O.; Rehkaemper, G.; Gray, R. D.; Hunt, G. R.: Extraordinary large brains in tool-using New Caledonian crows (Corvus moneduloides). Neuroscience Letters 433 (3), S. 241 - 245 (2008)
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    Greenhill, S. J.; Blust, R.; Gray, R. D.: The Austronesian basic vocabulary database: from bioinformatics to lexomics. Evolutionary Bioinformatics 4, S. 271 - 283 (2008)
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    Holzhaider, J. C.; Hunt, G. R.; Campbell, V. M.; Gray, R. D.: Do wild New Caledonian crows (Corvus moneduloides) attend to the functional properties of their tools? Animal Cognition 11 (2), S. 243 - 254 (2008)
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    Nicholls, G. K.; Gray, R. D.: Dated ancestral trees from binary trait data and their application to the diversification of languages. Journal of Royal Statistical Society - Serie B: Statistical Methodology 70, S. 545 - 566 (2008)
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    Gray, R. D.; Greenhill, S. J.; Ross, R. M.: The pleasures and perils of Darwinizing culture (with phylogenies) . Biological Theory 2 (4), S. 360 - 375 (2007)
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    Hunt, G. R.; Lambert, C.; Gray, R. D.: Cognitive requirements for tool use by New Caledonian crows (Corvus moneduloides). New Zealand Journal of Zoology 34 (1), S. 1 - 7 (2007)
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    Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.: Genetic assimilation of behaviour does not eliminate learning and innovation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 30 (4), S. 412 - 413 (2007)
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    Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.: Parallel tool industries in New Caledonian crows. Biology Letters 3 (2), S. 173 - 175 (2007)
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    Hunt, G. R.; Abdelkrim, J.; Anderson, M. G.; Holzhaider, J. C.; Marshall, A. J.; Gemmell, N. J.; Gray, R. D.: Innovative pandanus-tool folding by New Caledonian crows. Australian Journal of Zoology 55 (5), S. 291 - 298 (2007)
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    Taylor, A. H.; Hunt, G. R.; Holzhaider, J. C.; Gray, R. D.: Spontaneous metatool use by New Caledonian crows. Current Biology 17 (17), S. 1504 - 1507 (2007)
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    Hunt, G. R.; Rutledge, R. B.; Gray, R. D.: The right tool for the job: what strategies do wild New Caledonian crows use? Animal Cognition 9 (4), S. 307 - 316 (2006)
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    Hunt, G. R.; Corballis, M. C.; Gray, R. D.: Design complexity and strength of laterality are correlated in New Caledonian crows' pandanus tool manufacture. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1590), S. 1127 - 1133 (2006)
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    Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.: Tool manufacture by New Caledonian crows : chipping away at human uniqueness. Acta Zoologica Sinica 52 (Supp), S. 622 - 625 (2006)
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    Atkinson, Q. D.; Gray, R. D.: Curious parallels and curious connections : phylogenetic thinking in biology and historical linguistics. Systematic Biology 54 (4), S. 513 - 526 (2005)
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    Atkinson, Q. D.; Nicholls, G.; Welch, D.; Gray, R. D.: From words to dates : water into wine, mathemagic or phylogenetic inference? Transactions of the Philological Society 103 (2), S. 193 - 219 (2005)
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    Gray, R. D.: Pushing the time barrier in the quest for language roots. Science 309 (5743), S. 2007 - 2008 (2005)
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    Griffiths, P. E.; Gray, R. D.: Discussion: Three ways to misunderstand developmental systems theory. Biology and Philosophy 20 (2-3), S. 417 - 425 (2005)
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    Kennedy, M.; Holland, B. R.; Gray, R. D.; Spencer, H. G.: Untangling long branches: identifying conflicting phylogenetic signals using spectral analysis, neighbor-net, and consensus networks. Systematic Biology 54 (4), S. 620 - 633 (2005)
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    Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.: Direct observations of pandanus-tool manufacture and use by a New Caledonian crow (Corvus moneduloides). Animal Cognition 7 (2), S. 114 - 120 (2004)
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    Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.: The crafting of hook tools by wild New Caledonian crows. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 271, S. S88 - S90 (2004)
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    Clements, K. D.; Gray, R. D.; Choat, J. H.: Rapid evolutionary divergences in reef fishes of the family Acanthuridae (Perciformes : Teleostei). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2003)
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    Gray, R. D.; Atkinson, Q. D.: Language-tree divergence times support the Anatolian theory of Indo-European origin. Nature 426 (6965), S. 435 - 439 (2003)
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    Gray, R. D.; Heaney, M.; Fairhall, S.: Evolutionary psychology and the challenge of adaptive explanation. From mating to mentality : evaluating evolutionary psychology, S. 247 - 268 (2003)
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    Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.: Diversification and cumulative evolution in New Caledonian crow tool manufacture. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 270 (1517), S. 867 - 874 (2003)
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    Hurles, M. E.; Matisoo-Smith, E.; Gray, R. D.; Penny, D.: Untangling oceanic settlement: the edge of the knowable. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18 (10), S. 531 - 540 (2003)
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    Wright, S. D.; Gray, R. D.; Gardner, R. C.: Energy and the rate of evolution: inferences from plant rDNA substitution rates in the western pacific. Evolution 57 (12), S. 2893 - 2898 (2003)
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    Hunt, G. R.; Gray, R. D.: Species-wide manufacture of stick-type tools by New Caledonian crows. Emu 102 (4), S. 349 - 353 (2002)
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    Hunt, G. R.; Corballis, M. C.; Gray, R. D.: Laterality in tool manufacture by crows : neural processing and not ecological factors may influence 'handedness' in these birds. Nature 414 (6865), S. 707 - 707 (2001)
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    Gray, R. D.; Jordan, F. M.: Language trees support the express-train sequence of Austronesian expansion. Nature 405 (6790), S. 1052 - 1055 (2000)
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    Kennedy, M.; Gray, R. D.; Spencer, H. G.: The phylogenetic relationships of the shags and cormorants: can sequence data resolve a disagreement between behavior and morphology? Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 17 (3), S. 345 - 359 (2000)
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    Paterson, A. M.; Wallis, G. P.; Wallis, L. J.; Gray, R. D.: Seabird and louse coevolution: complex histories revealed by 12S rRNA sequences and reconciliation analyses. Systematic Biology 49 (3), S. 383 - 399 (2000)
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    Paterson, A. M.; Palma, R. L.; Gray, R. D.: How frequently do avian lice miss the boat? : implications for coevolutionary studies. Systematic Biology 48 (1), S. 214 - 223 (1999)
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    Walsh, D.; Reeves, R. A.; Saul, D. J.; Gray, R. D.; MacKenzie, L.; Bergquist, P. R.; Bergquist, P. L.: Heterogeneity of SSU and LSU rDNA sequences of Alexandrium species. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 26 (5), S. 495 - 509 (1998)
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    Griffiths, P. E.; Gray, R. D.: Replicator II : judgement day. Biology and Philosophy 12 (4), S. 471 - 492 (1997)
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    Kennedy, M.; Gray, R. D.: Habitat choice, habitat matching and the effect of travel distance. Behaviour 134, S. 905 - 920 (1997)
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    Spalter, R. A.; Walsh, D.; Reeves, R. A.; Saul, D. J.; Gray, R. D.; Bergquist, P. L.; MacKenzie, L.; Bergquist, P. R.: Sequence heterogeneity of the ribosomal RNA intergenic region Alexandrium species. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 25 (3), S. 231 - 239 (1997)
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    Kennedy, M.; Spencer, H. G.; Gray, R. D.: Hop, step and gape : do the social displays of the Pelecaniformes reflect phylogeny? Animal Behaviour 51, S. 273 - 291 (1996)
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    Spencer, H. G.; Kennedy, M.; Gray, R. D.: Perceptual constraints on optimal foraging : the effects of variation among foragers. Evolutionary Ecology 10 (4), S. 331 - 339 (1996)
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    Spencer, H. G.; Kennedy, M.; Gray, R. D.: An observation of aggressive nest defence in the Pitt island shag (Stictocarbo featherstoni). Notornis 43 (4), S. 208 - 210 (1996)
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    Tyrrell, J. V.; Bergquist, P. R.; Gray, R. D.; MacKenzie, L.; Bergquist, P. L.: Phylogeny of the raphidophytes Heterosigma carterae and Chattonella antiqua using 'V4' domain SSU rDNA sequences. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 24 (3), S. 221 - 235 (1996)
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    Paterson, A. M.; Wallis, G. P.; Gray, R. D.: Penguins, petrels, and parsimony: does cladistic analysis of behavior reflect seabird phylogeny? . Evolution 49 (5), S. 974 - 989 (1995)
 
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