School of Psychology

Dr Anna Taylor

Post:Associate Tutor (Psychology)
Location:PEVENSEY 2 3B17
Email:A.M.Taylor@sussex.ac.uk
Personal homepage:www.vocaldog.com

Telephone numbers
Internal:2824
UK:01273 872824
International:+44 1273 872824
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Biography

2010 D.Phil "Inter- and Intra-specific Communication in Domestic Dogs", University of Sussex

2004 MSc Applied Animal Behaviour (Dist.), University of Edinburgh

2003 BSc Psychology (1st Class Hons.), University of Sussex

 

Selected Publications

Taylor A. M., Reby D. & McComb K. (2011) Cross modal perception of body size in domestic dogs (Canis familiaris). PLoS ONE

Taylor A. M., Reby D. & McComb K. (2010) Why Do Large Dogs Sound More Aggressive to Human Listeners: Acoustic Bases of Motivational Misattributions. Ethology 116, 1155-1162

Taylor, A.M. & Reby, D. (2010) The contribution of source-filter theory to the study of mammal vocal communication (Review). Journal of Zoology 280(3), 221-236

Taylor, A.M., Reby, D. & McComb, K. (2010) Size communication in domestic dog (Canis familiaris) growls. Animal Behaviour 79, 205-210

McComb, K., Taylor, A.M., Wilson, C., & Charlton, B. D. (2009) The cry embedded within the purr. Current Biology 19(13), 507-508

Taylor, A.M., Reby, D. & McComb, K. (2009) Context-related variation in the vocal growling behaviour of domestic dogs, Canis familiaris. Ethology 115(10), 905-915

Taylor, A.M., Reby, D. & McComb, K. (2008) Human listeners attend to size information in domestic dog growls. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 123, 2903-2909