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Dr Madeleine Goumas

Postdoctoral Research Associate

 

Overview

I'm a postdoctoral research associate working on herring gull behaviour and cognition in environments where they frequently interact with humans. I recently completed my PhD on herring gulls' use of human cues. My main research interest is how non-human animals perceive humans and how humans affect their behaviour.

Qualifications

2018: BSc Zoology, University of Exeter

2022: PhD in Biological Sciences, University of Exeter

Research

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Publications by category


Journal articles

Goumas M, Kelley L, Boogert N (In Press). Herring gull aversion to gaze in urban and rural human settlements. Animal Behaviour
Goumas M, Boogert N, Kelley L (In Press). Urban herring gulls use human behavioural cues to locate food. Royal Society Open Science
Goumas M (2022). Dark wing pigmentation as a mechanism for improved flight efficiency in the Larinae. Communications Biology, 5(1). Abstract.
Goumas M, Boogert NJ, Kelley LA, Holding T (2022). Predator or provider? How wild animals respond to mixed messages from humans. Royal Society Open Science, 9(3). Abstract.
Goumas M, Lee VE, Boogert NJ, Kelley LA, Thornton A (2020). The Role of Animal Cognition in Human-Wildlife Interactions. Frontiers in Psychology, 11
Goumas M, Burns I, Kelley LA, Boogert NJ (2019). Herring gulls respond to human gaze direction. Biol Lett, 15(8). Abstract.  Author URL.

Publications by year


In Press

Goumas M (In Press). A potential trade-off between wing morphology and colouration for improved flight efficiency in the Larinae.  Abstract.
Goumas M, Kelley L, Boogert N (In Press). Herring gull aversion to gaze in urban and rural human settlements. Animal Behaviour
Goumas M, Boogert N, Kelley L (In Press). Urban herring gulls use human behavioural cues to locate food. Royal Society Open Science

2022

Goumas M (2022). Dark wing pigmentation as a mechanism for improved flight efficiency in the Larinae. Communications Biology, 5(1). Abstract.
Goumas M, Boogert NJ, Kelley LA, Holding T (2022). Predator or provider? How wild animals respond to mixed messages from humans. Royal Society Open Science, 9(3). Abstract.

2020

Goumas M, Lee VE, Boogert NJ, Kelley LA, Thornton A (2020). The Role of Animal Cognition in Human-Wildlife Interactions. Frontiers in Psychology, 11

2019

Goumas M, Burns I, Kelley LA, Boogert NJ (2019). Herring gulls respond to human gaze direction. Biol Lett, 15(8). Abstract.  Author URL.

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