Elske van der Vaart
Elske van der Vaart
Assistant Professor, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
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Corvid Re-Caching without ‘Theory of Mind’: A Model
E van der Vaart, R Verbrugge, CK Hemelrijk
PLoS ONE 7 (3), e32904, 2012
‘Theory of mind’in animals: ways to make progress
E van der Vaart, CK Hemelrijk
Synthese 191 (3), 335-354, 2014
Corvid caching: Insights from a cognitive model.
E van der Vaart, R Verbrugge, CK Hemelrijk
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 37 (3), 330, 2011
Taking error into account when fitting models using Approximate Bayesian Computation
E Vaart, D Prangle, RM Sibly
Ecological Applications 28 (2), 267-274, 2018
Agents adopting agriculture: Modeling the agricultural transition
E Van Der Vaart, B De Boer, A Hankel, B Verheij
International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, 750-761, 2006
A multi-agent systems approach to gossip and the evolution of language
I Slingerland, M Mulder, E van der Vaart, R Verbrugge
Proceedings of the 31st annual meeting of the cognitive science society …, 2009
Agent-based models for animal cognition: A proposal and prototype
E van der Vaart, R Verbrugge
Proceedings of the 7th international joint conference on Autonomous agents …, 2008
OOPS: An S5n prover for educational settings
G van Valkenhoef, E van der Vaart, R Verbrugge
Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science 262, 249-261, 2010
Memory effects in the Clark's nutcracker
E van der Vaart, R Verbrugge, C Hemelrijk
International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, 412-417, 2009
Learning where (not) to cache: A cognitive model for corvids
E van der Vaart, C Hemelrijk, R Verbrugge
Proceedings of the 31st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2009
A cognitive model of caching by corvids
E van der Vaart
PhD thesis, 2013, Cum laude, 2013
Evolving Models of Social Cognition
DJ van der Post, E van der Vaart
The Importance of Accounting for Heterogeneity of Strategy Use...... 103 …, 0
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