University of St Andrews
 
 

Dr Sue Healy
Reader and PG Recruitment Committee Chair

Harold Mitchell Building
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
Fife
KY16 9TH
UK

I have several avenues of research currently underway all stemming from an interest in relationships between behaviour and the correlated neural processing, specifically the processing of spatial information; adaptive specialisation of memory; effects of behavioural experience on the development of the avian hippocampus, particularly in migrant songbirds;
field tests of spatial memory and context-dependent choice in hummingbirds.

 

Publications

Bailey, IE , Morgan, K , Bertin, M, Meddle, SL & Healy, SD 2014, ' Physical cognition: birds learn the structural efficacy of nest material ' Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences , vol 281, no. 1784, 20133225.
Hall, ZJ, Bertin, M , Bailey, IE , Meddle, SL & Healy, SD 2014, ' Neural correlates of nesting behavior in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) ' Behavioural Brain Research , vol 264, pp. 26-33.
Jelbert, SA, Hurly, TA, Marshall, RES & Healy, SD 2014, ' Wild, free-living hummingbirds can learn what happened, where and in which context ' Animal Behaviour , vol 89, pp. 185-189.
Marshall, R, Hurly, TA, Sturgeon, J , Shuker, DM & Healy, SD 2013, ' What, where and when : deconstructing memory ' Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences , vol 280, no. 1772, 20132194 .
Hall, ZJ, Street, S & Healy, SD 2013, ' The evolution of cerebellum structure correlates with nest complexity ' Biology Letters , vol 9, 20130687.
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