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Comparative Cognition

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Journal Article

** Erich, M; Ringler, M; Hödl, W; Ringler, E (2015): Brood-partitioning behaviour in unpredictable environments: hedging the bets? Behav Ecol Sociobiol. 2015; 69(6):1011-1017
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** Gajdon, GK; Mundwiler, B; Stauffacher, M (2015): Development of early foraging behaviour of domestic chicks in varying social contexts. Applied Animal Behaviour Science (164), 1 29-40.

** Greer, AL; Gajdon, GK; Nelson, XJ (2015): Intraspecific variation in the foraging ecology of kea, the world's only mountain- and rainforest-dwelling parrot. New Zeal J Ecol (39), 2 254-261.

** Gunhold, T; Range, F; Huber, L; Bugnyar, T (2015): Long-term fidelity of foraging techniques in common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). Am J Primatol. 2015; 77(3):264-270

** Huber, L; Heise, N; Zeman, C; Palmers, C (2015): The ALDB box: automatic testing of cognitive performance in groups of aviary-housed pigeons. Behav Res Methods. 2015; 47(1):162-171

** Kis, A; Huber, L; Wilkinson, A (2015): Social learning by imitation in a reptile (Pogona vitticeps). Anim Cogn. 2015; 18(1):325-331

** Mangold, A; Trenkwalder, K; Ringler, M; Hödl, W; Ringler, E (2015): Low reproductive skew despite high male-biased operational sex ratio in a glass frog with paternal care. BMC Evol Biol. 2015; 15:181
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** Marshall-Pescini, S; Virányi, Z; Range, F (2015): The effect of domestication on inhibitory control: wolves and dogs compared. PLoS One. 2015; 10(2):e0118469
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** Merola, I; Lazzaroni, M; Marshall-Pescini, S; Prato-Previde, E (2015): Social referencing and cat-human communication. Anim Cogn. 2015; 18(3):639-648

** Moretti, L; Hentrup, M; Kotrschal, K; Range, F (2015): The influence of relationships on neophobia and exploration in wolves and dogs. Anim Behav. 2015; 107:159-173
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** Müller, CA; Schmitt, K; Barber, AL; Huber, L (2015): Dogs can discriminate emotional expressions of human faces. Curr Biol. 2015; 25(5):601-605

** O"Hara, M; Auersperg, AM; Bugnyar, T; Huber, L (2015): Inference by Exclusion in Goffin Cockatoos (Cacatua goffini). PLoS One. 2015; 10(8):e0134894
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** O"Hara, M; Huber, L; Gajdon, GK (2015): The advantage of objects over images in discrimination and reversal learning by kea, Nestor notabilis. Anim Behav. 2015; 101:51-60
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** Quervel-Chaumette, M; Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2015): Familiarity affects other-regarding preferences in pet dogs. Sci Rep. 2015; 5:18102
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** Range, F; Ritter, C; Virányi, Z (2015): Testing the myth: tolerant dogs and aggressive wolves. Proc Biol Sci. 2015; 282(1807):20150220
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** Range, F; Virányi, Z (2015): Tracking the evolutionary origins of dog-human cooperation: the "Canine Cooperation Hypothesis". Front Psychol. 2015; 5:1582
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** Ravignani, A; Westphal-Fitch, G; Aust, U; Schlumpp, MM; Fitch, WT (2015): More than one way to see it: Individual heuristics in avian visual computation. Cognition. 2015; 143:13-24
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** Ringler, E; Pašukonis, A; Fitch, WT; Huber, L; Hödl, W; Ringler, M (2015): Flexible compensation of uniparental care: female poison frogs take over when males disappear. Behav Ecol. 2015; 26(4):1219-1225
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** Wallis, LJ; Range, F; Müller, CA; Serisier, S; Huber, L; Virányi, Z (2015): Training for eye contact modulates gaze following in dogs. Anim Behav. 2015; 106:27-35
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** Wein, A; Gajdon, GK; Schwing, R (2015): Picture - Object Recognition in Kea (Nestor notabilis). Ethology (121), 11 1059-1070.

Published (citable) presentations at scientific conferences (A2)

Bánlaki, Z; Cimarelli, G; Viranyi Z; Turcsán, B; Topál, J; Sasvári-Székely, M; Rónai, Zs (2015): Relationship between oxytocin receptor promoter methylation, behavior and environmental factors in pet dogs. -The Mobile Genome: Genetic and Physiological Impacts of Transposable Elements; Sept 16-19, 2015; Heidelberg, Germany.

Bánlaki, Zs; Cimarelli, G; Turcsán, B; Virányi, Zs; Kubinyi, E; Sasvári-Székely, M; Rónai, Zs (2015): Implication on the role of epigenetics in canine social behavior. -4th Sardinian Summer School Course: From GWAS to Function; June 22-26, 2015; Pula, Cagliari, Italy.

Barber, ALA; Huber, A; Windsteig, V; Berczik, J; Fürdös, I; Müller, CA; Huber, L (2015): Do Dogs Prefer Imitating over Non-Imitating Humans? -CogCom (Cognition and Communication) Student Workshop; July 2-4, 2015; Vienna, Austria.

Barber, ALA; Randi, D; Müller, CA; Huber, L (2015): Perception of Human Faces by Pet and Lab Dogs. -2nd European Student Conference on Behavior and Cognition; Märch 5-6, 2015; Zurich, Switzerland.

Barber, ALA; Randi, D; Müller, CA; Huber, L (2015): Perception of Human Emotional Faces by Pet and Lab Dogs. -Second European Student Conference on Behavior and Cognition; MÄRZ 5-6, 2015; Zürich, Switzerland.

Bayer, K (2015): Ausgelernt? Auffassungsunterschiede in der Hundeerziehung. -30. VÖK Jahrestagung; SEP 18-20, 2015; Salzburg, AUSTRIA.

Brucks, D; Essler, J; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2015): Task context affects dogs’ reaction to inequity. -Meeting of the Ethological Society; FEB 11-14, 2015; Hamburg, GERMANY.

Byosiere, S; Range, F; Viranyi, Z (2015): Development of pointing and gazing comprehension in dogs. -Social relationship and Cognitive Competences in the domestic dog: bridging science and education; Nov 16-21, 2015; Erice, Sicily, Italy.

Cafazzo, S; Lazzaroni, M; Russignan, M; Bonanni, R; Natoli, E; Valsecchi, P; Virányi, Z; Range, F; Marshall-Pescini, S (2015): Wolf-dog comparison: an overview of social organization. -Exploring dogs prosocial tendencies in experimental settings”: Social relationship and Cognitive Competences in the domestic dog: bridging science and education; NOV 16-21, 2015; Ettore Majorana Foundation, Erice, Sicily, Italy.

Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini, S; Kotrschal, K; Range, F (2015): Carcass feeding behaviour in wolves and dogs: using an experimental approach to simulate field conditions. -Studying Animal Behaviour in the Field graduate meeting; September 19, 2015; Grünau, Austria.

Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2015): Prosocial canids? Wolves and dogs pay attention to the dominance and social bond of potential recipients. -Behavior 2015; August 9-14, 2015; Cairns, Australia.

Essler, J; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2015): Inequity aversion in dogs and wolves - a buzzer-task paradigm. -37th International Workshop Social Relationships and Cognitive Competences in the Domestic Dog: Bridging Science and Education; Nov 16-21, 2015; Erice, Italy.

Marshall-Pescini, S (2015): The effect of breed and life experiences on how dogs communicate with humans. -Third International Symposium Of Veterinary Ethology of the European Society of Veterinary Ethology of Domestic Animals; NOV 27-29, 2015; Paris, France.

Marshall-Pescini, S; Chaummette, M; Dale, R; Range, F (2015): To give or not to give? Exploring dogs prosocial tendencies in experimental settings. -Social relationship and Cognitive Competences in the domestic dog: bridging science and education; NOV 16-21, 2015; Ettore Majorana Foundation, Erice, Sicily, Italy.

Quervel-Chaumette, M; Dale, R; Randi, D; Marshall-Pescini, S (2015): Altruism is affected by familiarity in pet dogs. -Behavior and Cognition; MARCH 5-6, 2015; Zurich, Switzerland.

Quervel-Chaumette, M; Dale, R; Randi, D; Marshall-Pescini, S (2015): Altruism is affected by familiarity in pet dogs. -German Ethological Society; FEB 11-14, 2015; Hamburg, Germany.

Range, F; Viranyi, Z (2015): Testing the Myth – cooperative dogs and aggressive wolves. -Master Seminar Ethology; Nov 11, 2015; Paris, France.

Rao, A; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2015): Problem-solving and human-directed behaviour in Indian free ranging dogs (Canis familiaris). -Graduate Meeting.; Sept 17.-19., 2015; Grünau, Austria.

Ringler, E; Pasukonis, A; Erich, M; Hödl, W, Ringler, M, Huber, L (2015): Behavioural flexibility and bet-hedging during parental care in a poison frog. -ASAB summer meeting; August 26-27, 2015; Lincoln, UK.

Ringler, E; Pasukonis, A; Erich, M; Hödl, W; Ringler, M; Huber, L (2015): Mommy will fix it: Behavioural flexibility and sex-biased offspring recognition in a poison frog with male parental care. -Behaviour 2015; August 9-14, 2015; Cairns, AUSTRALIA.

Viranyi, Z; Range, F (2015): Wolf-dog comparisons: Tracking the evolutionary origins of dog-human cooperation. -Social relationship and Cognitive Competences in the domestic dog: bridging science and education; Nov 16-21, 2015; Erice, Sicily, Italy.

Not published (not citable) presentations at scientific conferences (A3)

Bayer, K (2015): Wissenschaft trifft Praxis: Hilfreiche Erkenntnisse bei der Arbeit mit Hunden. 30. VÖK Jahrestagung; SEP 18-20, 2015; Salzburg, AUSTRIA. 2015.

Chapagain, D; Viranyi, Z; Range, F; Affenzeller, N (2015): Cognitive aging in pet dogs: an experimental study. Emotion Expressions in Human and Non-Human Communication; Sept 21.-25., 2015; Göttingen, Germany. 2015.

Cimarelli, G (2015): Do dogs consider their owners their “best friends”? Evolutionary and developmental origins of the dog-human relationship: a behavioural, epigenetic and physiological analysis. Summer School in Emotion Expressions in Human and Non-Human Communication; Sept 21-25, 2015; Göttingen, Germany. 2015.

Cimarelli, G; Turcsán, B; Bánlaki, Z; Range, F; Rónai, Z; Sasvári-Székely, M; Virányi, Z (2015): Different ownership styles are associated with more or less autonomous reactions of dogs to social threat. CogCom Student Workshop 2015; July 2-4, 2015; Vienna, Austria. 2015.

Cimarelli, G; Turcsán, B; Bánlaki, Z; Range, F; Virányi, Z (2015): Warmer ownership style is associated with more dependent dog behaviour during social threat. 37th International Workshop “Social relationships and cognitive competences in the domestic dog: bridging science and education”; NOV 16-21, 2015; Erice, Italy. 2015.

Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini, S; Viranyi, Z; Range, F (2015): Food tolerance in dog puppies. Cognition and Communication workshop; July 2, 2015; Vienna, Austria. 2015.

Essler, J; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2015): Inequity aversion in dogs and wolves. Cognition and Communication workshop; July 2, 2015; Vienna, Austria. 2015.

Gasiorek, AE; Cimarelli, G (2015): Investigating the ability of dogs to follow human gaze into distance. Mei:CogSci Conference 2015; June 18-20, 2015; Ljubljana, Slovenia. 2015.

Glenk, LM; Palme, R; Wondrak, M (2015): Non-invasive stess-measurement during road-transportation of semi-feral kune kune pigs - a pilot study. The 5th Meeting of the International Society of Wildlife Endocrinology (ISWE); Oct. 12-14, 2015; Berlin, Germany. 2015.

Huber, L (2015): Social learning in non-human animals: challenging the anthropocentric views. Workshop "Social Cognition: From Evolution to Applications; AUG 27-28, 2015; Bangor, Wales (UK). 2015.

Huber, L (2015): Measuring empathy in non-human animals: examples from dog studies. Empathy: a bridge across species; May 5, 2015; Milano, Italy. 2015.

Huber, L (2015): Früchte vom Baum der Erkenntnis: Vergleichende Kognitionsforschung und Mensch-Tier-Beziehung. Neue Befunde der Haustierforschung: Abstammung, Gehirn, Kognition, Tierhaltung; DEC 3, 2015; Centrum für Naturkunde, Hamburg, Deutschland. 2015.

Huber, L (2015): How specific is human cultural learning? Departmental Colloquium; SEP 23, 2015; Central European University (Közép-európai Egyetem), Budapest, Hungary. 2015.

Huber, L; Barber, A; Müller, C (2015): Dog-human interaction: what we understand about dogs and dogs understand about us. Workshop: "Social relationships and cognitive competences in the domestic dog: bridging science and education; NOV 16-21, 2015; Erice, Italy. 2015.

Huber, L; Schmitt, K; Barber, A; Müller, C (2015): Domestic dogs can discriminate personal identities and emotional expressions of human faces. 22nd Annual International Conference On Comparative Cognition (CO3); APR 15-18, 2015; Melbourne, Florida, USA. 2015.

Range, F (2015): Abendvortrag + Tagesseminar über kognitive Fähigkeiten von Hunden und Wölfen. Animal Info; Mai 29.-30., 2015; Düsseldorf, Deutschland. 2015.

Range, F (2015): Hund und Wölfe – Was wir von Ihnen lernen können. 22. ROYAL CANIN-Diätetikseminar; Juli 6, 2015; Wien, Österreich. 2015.

Range, F; Marshall, S; Viranyi, Z (2015): 37th International Workshop Social Relationships and Cognitive Competences in the Domestic Dog: Bridging Science and Education. ComCog Student workshop; July 4-7, 2015; Vienna, Austria. 2015.

Range, F; Viranyi, Z (2015): Kognitive und emotionale Grundlagen der Zusammenarbeit: Wölfe, Hunde (und Menschen) im Vergleich. Biologicum Almtal; Okt 8-11, 2015; Grünau, Österreich. 2015.

Range, F; Viranyi, Z (2015): Grundlagen der Zusammenarbeit bei Wölfen und Hunden. Heimtierkreis, Veterinärmedizinische Universität Wien; Nov 21, 2015; Wien, Österreich. 2015.

Ringler, E; Mangold, A; Trenkwalder, K; Ringler, M; Hödl, W (2015): Sportliche Weibchen und männliche Angeber – Paarungssystem und Wanderbewegungen im Glasfrosch Hyalinobatrachium valerioi. 3. Workshop österreichische Tropenforschung Wissenschaft an der Tropenstation La Gamba; 11.12.2015; Vienna, Austria. 2015.

Ringler, E; Pasukonis, A; Erich, M; Hödl, W; Ringler, M; Huber, L (2015): Clever frogs? Behavioural flexibility and strategic planning during parental care in a poison frog. Behaviour, Ecology & Evolution Seminar Series; OCT 13, 2015; Cambridge, UK. 2015.

Ringler, E; Ringler, M; Pasukonis, A; Erich, M; Hödl, W; Huber, L (2015): Clever frogs? Behavioural flexibility and strategic planning during parental care in a poison frog. Seminar series of the Ethology Department, University of Vienna; NOV 12, 2015; Vienna, Austria. 2015.

Schwing, R (2015): Kognition und das Mensch-Tier Verhältnis. Lehrer-Fortbildungsseminar Steyr 2015 Mensch-Tier-Beziehung; APR 12-16, 2015; Steyr, AUSTRIA. 2015.

Schwing, R (2015): Verhaltens- und Kognitionsforschung bei Tieren. Science Day BG Zehnergasse; DEC 11, 2015; Wiener Neustadt, AUSTRIA. 2015.

Schwing, R (2015): Verhalts- und Kognitionsforschung bei Tieren. Science Day BORG Ternitz; FEB 13, 2015; Ternitz, AUSTRIA. 2015.

Wondrak, M; Palme, R; Tichy, A; Glenk, LM (2015): Salivary cortisol secretion in semi-feral pgs under natural weaning conditions. The 5th Meeting of the International Society of Wildlife Endocrinology (ISWE); Oct. 12-14, 2015; Berlin, Germany. 2015.

Original Article in Series

Gajdon, GK; Winkler, H (2015): Cognition in Woodpeckers. IN: Winkler, H [Hrsg.]: Developments in Woodpecker Biology (Denisia Band 36). Linz, Biologiezentrum des Oberösterreichischen Landesmuseums, pp. 63-76. ISBN: 978-3-85474-317-0.

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