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Bouchard, J.; Goodyer, W.; Lefebvre, L. Social learning and innovation are positively correlated in pigeons (Columba livia) 2007 Animal Cognition 2425 10 259-266
Dubois, F.; Giraldeau, L.-A.; Hamilton, I.M.; Grant, J.W.A.; Lefebvre, L. Distraction sneakers decrease the expected level of aggression within groups: a game-theoretic model 2004 The American Naturalist 2130 164 E32-45
Ducatez, S.; Audet, J.-N.; Rodriguez, J.R.; Kayello, L.; Lefebvre, L. Innovativeness and the effects of urbanization on risk-taking behaviors in wild Barbados birds 2017 Animal Cognition 6128 20 33-42
Ducatez, S.; Audet, J.N.; Lefebvre, L. Independent appearance of an innovative feeding behaviour in Antillean bullfinches 2013 Animal Cognition 5934 16 525-529
Giraldeau, L.-A.; Lefebvre, L. Scrounging prevents cultural transmission of food-finding behaviour in pigeons 1987 Animal Behaviour. 5265 35 387-394
Giraldeau, L.-A.; Lefebvre, L. Exchangeable producer and scrounger roles in a captive flock of feral pigeons: a case for the skill pool effect 1986 Animal Behaviour 6012 34 797-803
Giraldeau, L.-A.; Lefebvre, L.; Morand-Ferron, J. Can a restrictive definition lead to biases and tautologies? 2007 Behavioral and Brain Sciences 6533 30 411-412
Lefebvre, L. Ecological correlates of social learning: problems and solutions for the comparative method 1995 Behavioural Processes 843 35 163-171
Lefebvre, L.; Giraldeau, L.-A. Is social learning an adaptive specialisation? 1996 Social learning in animals: The root of culture 4415 107-128
Lefebvre, L.; Bouchard, J. Social learning about food in birds 2003 The Biology of Traditions 5471 94-126