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Publications

Huang, Y., Chang, H., Santos, L. R., & Rosati, A. G. (under review). Predictions about possible reward outcomes in rhesus monkeys.

Ferrigno, S., Huang, Y., & Cantlon, J.F. (2021). Reasoning through the disjunctive syllogism in Non-Human Primates. Psychological Science, 32(2), 292-300.

Qin M., Huang, Y.*, Stumph.*, E., Santos, L. R., & Scassellati, B. (2020). Dog Sit! Domestic Dogs (canis familiaris) Follow a Robot’s Sit Commands. In Companion of the 2020 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI ’20 companion), March 23-26, 2020, Cambridge, United Kingdom. (*: equal contribution)

 

Johnston, A.M., Huang, Y., & Santos, L.R. (2018). Dogs do not demonstrate a human-like bias to defer to communicative cues. Learning & Behavior, 46(4), 449-461.

Presentations

* Denotes undergraduates I have supervised

Denotes award for a presentation

Huang, Y., & Rosati, A.G. (2023). The development of selective information-seeking in macaques. Poster accepted at the 2023 American Association of Biological Anthropologists (AABA) Annual Meeting. Ann Arbor, MI.

 

*Kaneko, N., Huang, Y., & Rosati, A.G. (2022). The development of metacognitive control on rhesus macaques. Poster presented at Research Methods in Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience Poster Session. Ann Arbor, MI.

 

Huang, Y., & Rosati, A.G. (2022). The development of selective information-seeking in macaques. Poster presented at the 2022 Midwest Primate Interest Group Annual Meeting. Ann Arbor, MI.

 

Huang, Y., & Rosati, A.G. (2022). The development of selective information-seeking in macaques. Virtual talk presented at the Cayo Jamboree. Tempe, AZ.

 

*Hazime, I., Huang, Y., & Rosati, A.G. (2022). Surprise and learning in rhesus macaques. Virtual talk presented at the University of Michigan UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program) Spring Research Symposium. Ann Arbor, MI.

 

Huang, Y., & Rosati, A.G. (2022). The development of learning and inference in macaques. Talk presented at the University of Michigan Biopsychology Colloquium. Ann Arbor, MI.

Qin M., Huang, Y., Stumph., E., Santos, L. R., & Scassellati, B. (2020). Dog Sit! Domestic Dogs (canis familiaris) Follow a Robot’s Sit Commands. Video talk presented at Companion of the 2020 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction. Cambridge, United Kingdom. 

*Crispino, M.L., Huang, Y., & Santos, L. R. (2019). Do dogs make logical inferences through the Disjunctive Syllogism? Poster presented at the Yale University Summer Developmental Psychology Internship Poster Session. New Haven, CT.

*Stublarec, Z., Qing, M., *Chavely, C., Huang, Y., & Santos, L. R. (2019). Human vs. robot: do domestic dogs view humanoid robots as having agency? Poster presented at the Yale University Summer Developmental Psychology Internship Poster Session. New Haven, CT.

 

Huang, Y., Johnston, A.M., & Santos, L. R. (2018). Do dogs show a human-like trust in social cues? Talk presented at the East Coast Canine Cognition Workshop at Yale. New Haven, CT.

*Stumph, E., Bogese, M., Huang, Y., & Santos, L. R. (2018). Object individuation in dogs: do they use spatiotemporal information? Poster presented at the Yale University Summer Developmental Psychology Internship Poster Session. New Haven, CT.

 

Huang, Y., Johnston, A. M., & Santos, L.R. (2018). Dogs use visual access to make inference about knowledge, but only in communicative contexts. Talk accepted at 2018 National Conference on Undergraduate Research. Edmond, OK.

 

Huang, Y., Ferrigno, S., & Cantlon, J.F. (2018). Reasoning through the disjunctive syllogism in Non-human Primates. Talk presented at University of Rochester Undergraduate Research Exposition. Rochester, NY.

Awarded the President’s Award in Undergraduate Research

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