Professor Gazes teaches in the Department of Psychology and the Animal Behavior Program.
Gazes, R. Paxton, 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.
Gazes, R. Paxton, 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.
Gazes, R. Paxton, Chee, N. & 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.
Paxton, R., Basile, B.M., Adachi, I., Suzuki, W.A., Wilson, M.E. & Hampton, R.R. 2010. Rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) rapidly learn to select dominant individuals in videos of artificial social interactions. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 124, 395-401.
Paxton, R. & Hampton, R.R. 2009. Tests of planning and the Bischof-Kohler hypothesis in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). Behavioural Processes, 80, 238-248.