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2019

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** Karl, S; Boch, M; Virányi, Z; Lamm, C; Huber, L (2019): Training pet dogs for eye-tracking and awake fMRI. Behav Res Methods. 2019;
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** O'Hara, M; Mioduszewska, B; Haryoko, T; Prawiradilaga, DM; Huber, L; Auersperg, A (2019): Extraction without tooling around-The first comprehensive description of the foraging- and socio-ecology of wild Goffin's cockatoos (Cacatua goffiniana). Behaviour 2019; 156: 661-690
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** Spring, S; Lehner, M; Huber, L; Ringler, E (2019): Oviposition and father presence reduce clutch cannibalism by female poison frogs. Front Zool. 2019; 16:8
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2018

** Auersperg, AMI; Köck, C; O"Hara, M; Huber, L (2018): Tool making cockatoos adjust the lengths but not the widths of their tools to function. PLoS One. 2018; 13(11):e0205429
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** Carducci, P; Schwing, R; Huber, L; Truppa, V (2018): Tactile information improves visual object discrimination in kea, Nestor notabilis, and capuchin monkeys, Sapajus spp.. Animal Behaviour 2018; 135: 199-207

** Chapagain, D; Range, F; Huber, L; Virányi, Z (2018): Cognitive Aging in Dogs. Gerontology. 2018; 64(2):165-171
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** Chapagain, D; Virányi, Z; Huber, L; Serra, J; Schoesswender, J; Range, F (2018): Effect of Age and Dietary Intervention on Discrimination Learning in Pet Dogs. Front Psychol. 2018; 9:2217
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** Huber, L; Popovová, N; Riener, S; Salobir, K; Cimarelli, G (2018): Would dogs copy irrelevant actions from their human caregiver? Learn Behav. 2018; 46(4):387-397
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** Katz, JS; Huber, L (2018): Canine cognition. Learn Behav 46(4): 333-334.

** Turcsán, B; Wallis, L; Virányi, Z; Range, F; Müller, CA; Huber, L; Riemer, S (2018): Personality traits in companion dogs-Results from the VIDOPET. PLoS One. 2018; 13(4):e0195448
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** Wein, A; Schwing, R; Hausberger, M; Rodriguez, R; Huber, L (2018): Vocal conditioning in kea parrots (Nestor notabilis). J Comp Psychol. 2018; 132(1):97-105

** Wondrak, M; Conzelmann, E; Veit, A; Huber, L (2018): Pigs (Sus scrofa domesticus) categorize pictures of human heads. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 2018; 205: 19-27

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Auersperg, AMI; Köck, C; O'Hara, M; Huber, L (2018): Goffin's cockatoos (Cacatua goffiniana) flexibly adjust the length but not the width of their tools to function during tool manufacture. -ECBB 2018; AUG 9-12, 2018; Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Cimarelli, G; Schößwender, J; Huber, L; Virányi, Z (2018): Partial rewarding during clicker training in dogs: effects on learning speed and affective state. -Enhancing animal behaviour and welfare – through optimising human behaviour change; Sept 27-29, 2018; Berlin, Germany.

Karl, S; Boch, M; Lamm, C; Huber, L (2018): Don’t move! – Training dogs to conduct fMRI studies while they are awake. 41-41.-6th Canine Science Forum; JUL 3-6, 2018; Budapest, Hungary.

Karl, S; Boch, M; Lamm, C; Huber, L (2018): Don’t move! – Training dogs to conduct fMRI studies while they are awake. 47-47.-5th European Student Conference on Behaviour & Cognition; SEPT 5-8, 2018; Wien, Austria.

Karl, S; Boch, M; Lamm, C; Huber, L (2018): Don’t move! – Training dogs to conduct fMRI studies while they are awake. 54-55.-II International Conference on Animal Training Methods 2018; NOV 16-18, 2018; Warschau, Poland.

Lonardo, L; Bayer, K; Versace, E; Huber, L (2018): Cognitive Offloading in Pet Dogs. 28-29.-ASAB Winter Meeting 2018; DEC 6-7, 2018; London, United Kingdom.

Ringler, E; Pasukonis, A; Beck, K; Huber, L; Hödl, W, Ringler, M (2018): Parental decision making in poison frogs. -Southern California Animal Behavior Meeting 2018 (SoCAB); FEB 25, 2018; Los Angeles, United States (USA).

Ringler, E; Pasukonis, A; Beck, K; Weinlein, S; Spring, S; Huber, L; Hödl, W; Ringler, M (2018): Parental decision-making in poison frogs. -International Congress of Neuroethology (ICN) 2018; JUL 14-20, 2018; Brisbane, Australia.

2017

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** Auersperg, AMI; Köck, C; Pledermann, A; O'Hara, M; Huber, L (2017): Safekeeping of tools in Goffin's cockatoos, Cacatua goffiniana. Animal Behaviour 2017; 128: 125-133

** Brucks, D; Marshall-Pescini, S; Essler, JL; McGetrick, J; Huber, L; Range, F (2017): What Are the Ingredients for an Inequity Paradigm? Manipulating the Experimenter"s Involvement in an Inequity Task with Dogs. Front Psychol. 2017; 8:270
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** Brucks, D; Marshall-Pescini, S; Wallis, LJ; Huber, L; Range, F (2017): Measures of Dogs" Inhibitory Control Abilities Do Not Correlate across Tasks. Front Psychol. 2017; 8:849
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** Catala, A; Mang, B; Wallis, L; Huber, L (2017): Dogs demonstrate perspective taking based on geometrical gaze following in a Guesser-Knower task. Anim Cogn. 2017; 20(4):581-589
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** Chapagain, D; Virányi, Z; Wallis, LJ; Huber, L; Serra, J; Range, F (2017): Aging of Attentiveness in Border Collies and Other Pet Dog Breeds: The Protective Benefits of Lifelong Training. Front Aging Neurosci. 2017; 9:100
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** Huber, A; Barber, ALA; Faragó, T; Müller, CA; Huber, L (2017): Investigating emotional contagion in dogs (Canis familiaris) to emotional sounds of humans and conspecifics. Anim Cogn. 2017; 20(4):703-715
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** Huber, L (2017): Where is the evidence for general intelligence in nonhuman animals? Behav Brain Sci (40) e206.

** Huber, L; Lamm, C (2017): Understanding dog cognition by functional magnetic resonance imaging. Learn Behav (45), 2 101-102.
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** O"Hara, M; Mioduszewska, B; von Bayern, A; Auersperg, A; Bugnyar, T; Wilkinson, A; Huber, L; Gajdon, GK (2017): The temporal dependence of exploration on neotic style in birds. Sci Rep. 2017; 7(1):4742
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** Ringler, E; Barbara Beck, K; Weinlein, S; Huber, L; Ringler, M (2017): Adopt, ignore, or kill? Male poison frogs adjust parental decisions according to their territorial status. Sci Rep. 2017; 7:43544
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** Veit, A; Wondrak, M; Huber, L (2017): Object movement re-enactment in free-ranging Kune Kune piglets. Animal Behaviour 2017; 132: 49-59

** Wilkinson, A; Hloch, A; Mueller-Paul, J; Huber, L (2017): The effect of brumation on memory retention. Sci Rep. 2017; 7:40079
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Karl, S; Huber, L (2017): Empathy in dogs: With a little help from a friend – a mixed blessing. Animal Sentience (14), 13 1-4.
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Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

** Wallis, LJ; Range, F; Kubinyi, E; Chapagain, D; Serra, J; Huber, L (2017): Utilising dog-computer interactions to provide mental stimulation in dogs especially during ageing. ACI 2017 Improv Relat (2017). 2017; 2017:
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Karl, S; Park, SY; Huber, L; Virányi, Z (2017): Training dogs for accurate eye-tracking. 18-18.-4th European Student Conference on Behaviour & Cognition 2017; SEP 7-8, 2017; Budweis, Czech Republic.

Rault, J-L; Huber, L (2017): Animal-computer technology meets social behaviour: What to look for? What to look forward to? a14--4th International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction, ACI 2017; NOV 21-23, 2017; Milton Keynes, United Kingdom. (ISBN: 978-1-4503-5364-9 )

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

** Huber, L; Aust, U (2017): Mechanisms of Perceptual Categorization in Birds. IN: ten Cate, C; Healy, SD [Hrsg.]: Avian Cognition. New York, Cambridge University Press, pp. 208-228. ISBN: 978-1-107-09238-9.

Huber, L (2017): Ludwig Huber. IN: Vonk, J; Shackelford, T [Hrsg.]: Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior. Cham, Springer, pp. 1-5. ISBN: 978-3-319-47829-6.

2016

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Barber, AL; Randi, D; Müller, CA; Huber, L (2016): The Processing of Human Emotional Faces by Pet and Lab Dogs: Evidence for Lateralization and Experience Effects. PLoS One. 2016; 11(4):e0152393
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** Dale, R; Quervel-Chaumette, M; Huber, L; Range, F; Marshall-Pescini, S (2016): Task Differences and Prosociality; Investigating Pet Dogs" Prosocial Preferences in a Token Choice Paradigm. PLoS One. 2016; 11(12):e0167750
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** Garcia, M; Wondrak, M; Huber, L; Fitch, WT (2016): Honest signaling in domestic piglets (Sus scrofa domesticus): vocal allometry and the information content of grunt calls. J Exp Biol. 2016; 219(Pt 12):1913-1921
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** Huber, L (2016): How Dogs Perceive and Understand Us. Current Directions in Psychological Science 2016; 25: 339-344

** Malavasi, R; Huber, L (2016): Evidence of heterospecific referential communication from domestic horses (Equus caballus) to humans. Anim Cogn. 2016; 19(5):899-909

** Müller, CA; Riemer, S; Virányi, Z; Huber, L; Range, F (2016): Inhibitory Control, but Not Prolonged Object-Related Experience Appears to Affect Physical Problem-Solving Performance of Pet Dogs. PLoS One. 2016; 11(2):e0147753
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** O"Hara, M; Schwing, R; Federspiel, I; Gajdon, GK; Huber, L (2016): Reasoning by exclusion in the kea (Nestor notabilis). Anim Cogn. 2016; 19(5):965-975
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** Riemer, S; Müller, C; Virányi, Z; Huber, L; Range, F (2016): Individual and group level trajectories of behavioural development in Border collies. Appl Anim Behav Sci. 2016; 180:78-86
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** Ringler, E; Pašukonis, A; Ringler, M; Huber, L (2016): Sex-specific offspring discrimination reflects respective risks and costs of misdirected care in a poison frog. Anim Behav. 2016; 114:173-179
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** Wallis, LJ; Virányi, Z; Müller, CA; Serisier, S; Huber, L; Range, F (2016): Aging effects on discrimination learning, logical reasoning and memory in pet dogs. Age (Dordr). 2016; 38(1):6
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Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Barber, ALA; Randi, D; Einheimler, P; Karl, S; Müller, CA; Huber, L (2016): Dog´s Perception and Understanding of Human Faces and Emotions. -6th Vienna Neuroscience Network Meeting; Oct 11, 2016; Vienna, Austria.

Barber, ALA; Randi, D; Müller, CA; Huber, L (2016): What Eye-Tracking Reveals about Dog´s Perception and Understanding of Humans. -Canine Science Forum; June 28 - July 1, 2016; Padua, Italy.

Carducci, P; Schwing, R; Huber, L; Truppa, V (2016): Integration of visuo-tactile information in tufted capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.) and kea (Nestor notabilis). -5th CogEvo conference; JUL 6-9, 2016; Rovereto, Italy.

Carducci, P; Schwing, R; Huber, L; Truppa, V (2016): Visuo-tactile information integration in object discrimination: a comparative study on tufted capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.) and kea (Nestor notabilis). 71-71.-8th European Conference of Behavioural Biology; JUL 12-15, 2016; Vienna, Austria.

Frohnwieser, A; Pike, T; Murray, J.; Huber, L; Kis, A; Wilkinson, A (2016): Bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps) show eye lateralisation during social learning. 7-7.-8th European Conference of Behavioural Biology; JUL 12-15, 2016; Vienna, Austria.

Garcia, M; Wondrak, M; Huber, L; Fitch, WT (2016): Vocal allometry in domestic piglets (Sus scrofa domesticus): the information con- tent of grunt calls. 88-88.-8th European Conference of Behavioural Biology; JUL 12-15, 2016; Vienna, Austria.

Huber, A; Müller, CA; Barber, ALA; Faragó, T; Huber, L (2016): Emotional contagion in dogs (Canis familiaris) to sounds of humans and conspecifics. -5thCanine Science Forum; June 28 - July 1, 2016; Padua, Italy.

Huber, L; O'Hara, M; Auersperg, A (2016): Inference by exclusion in two explorative parrot species. -23rd Annual International Conference On Comparative Cognition (CO3); APR 13-16, 2016; Melbourne, Florida, USA.

Karl, S; Park, SY; Huber, L; Virányi, Z (2016): Training Dogs for Accurate Eye-Tracking. 61-61.-Canine Science Forum; JUN 28-JUL 1, 2016; Padova, ITALY. (ISBN: 978-88-6938-067-9 )

O'Hara, M; Auersperg, A; Rössler, T; Federspiel, I; Schwing, R; Gajdon, G; Bugnyar, T (2016): Inference by exclusion in parrots controlled for neophilia. -8th European Conference of Behavioural Biology; JUL 12-15, 2016; Vienna, Austria.

Ringler, E; Beck, K; Weinlein, S; Huber, L; Ringler, M (2016): Adopt, ignore or kill? Parental decisions in a poison frog. -ECBB Vienna; JUL 12-15, 2016; Vienna, AUSTRIA.

Ringler, E; Beck, K; Weinlein, S; Huber, L; Ringler, M (2016): Adopt, ignore or kill? Parental decisions in a poison frog. -ISBE2016; JUL 28 - AUG 3, 2016; Exeter, GB.

Schwarzl, C; O'Hara, M; Huber, L; Wallis, L (2016): The influence of age, breed, sex and previous experience on discrimination learning and inference by exclusion in pet dogs. -Canine Science Forum 2016; JUN 28 - JUL 1, 2016; Padova, ITALY. (ISBN: 978-88-6938-067-9 )

Wallis, L; Virányi, Z; Müller, C; Serisier, S; Serra, J; Huber, L; Range, F (2016): An analysis of the cognitive structure of dogs: age, sex, & training effects. -Canine Science Forum; JUN 28 - JUL 1, 2016; Padova, Italy. (ISBN: 978-88-6938-067-9 )

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L; O'Hara, M (2016): The Extractive Foraging Hypothesis (Parker & Gibson, 1977, 1979; Parker 2015). IN: Shackelford, TK; Weekes-Shackelford, V [Hrsg.]: Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. New York, Springer, pp. 1-4. ISBN: 978-3-319-16999-6.

2015

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** 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

** 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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** 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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Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

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.

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.

2014

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Huber, L (2014): Brains are not just neurons. Comment on "Toward a computational framework for cognitive biology: unifying approaches from cognitive neuroscience and comparative cognition" by Fitch. Phys Life Rev. 2014; 11(3):373-374

** Mueller-Paul, J; Wilkinson, A; Aust, U; Steurer, M; Hall, G; Huber, L (2014): Touchscreen performance and knowledge transfer in the red-footed tortoise (Chelonoidis carbonaria). Behav Processes. 2014; 106:187-192

** Müller, CA; Riemer, S; Range, F; Huber, L (2014): The use of a displacement device negatively affects the performance of dogs (Canis familiaris) in visible object displacement tasks. J Comp Psychol. 2014; 128(3):240-250
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** Müller, CA; Riemer, S; Range, F; Huber, L (2014): Dogs" use of the solidity principle: revisited. Anim Cogn. 2014; 17(3):821-825
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** Müller, CA; Riemer, S; Virányi, Z; Huber, L; Range, F (2014): Dogs learn to solve the support problem based on perceptual cues. Anim Cogn. 2014; 17(5):1071-1080
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** Pitteri, E; Mongillo, P; Carnier, P; Marinelli, L; Huber, L (2014): Part-based and configural processing of owner"s face in dogs. PLoS One. 2014; 9(9):e108176
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** Riemer, S; Müller, C; Range, F; Huber, L (2014): Dogs (Canis familiaris) can learn to attend to connectivity in string pulling tasks. J Comp Psychol. 2014; 128(1):31-39
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** Riemer, S; Müller, C; Virányi, Z; Huber, L; Range, F (2014): The predictive value of early behavioural assessments in pet dogs--a longitudinal study from neonates to adults. PLoS One. 2014; 9(7):e101237
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** Wallis, LJ; Range, F; Müller, CA; Serisier, S; Huber, L; Zsó, V (2014): Lifespan development of attentiveness in domestic dogs: drawing parallels with humans. Front Psychol. 2014; 5:71
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Gajdon, GK; Lichtenegger, M; Huber, L (2014): What a parrot’s mind adds to play: the urge to produce novelty fosters tool use acquisition in kea. Open Journal of Animal Sciences (4), 2 41-58.
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Kongressbeitrag in einer Zeitschrift

Huber, L; Racca, A; Yoon, J; Viranyi, Z; Range, F (2014): The perception of human faces by dogs: Perceptual and cognitive adaptations. 4th Canine Science Forum, Lincoln, UK, Jul 14-17, 2014. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (9), 6 e7-e8.

Riemer, S; Müller, C; Viranyi, Z; Huber, L; Range, F (2014): Validity of ealy behavioral assessments in dogs – A longitudinal study. 4th Canine Science Forum, Lincoln, UK, Jul 14-17, 2014. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (9), 6 e10-e11.

Wallis, L; Range, F; Müller, CA; Serisier, S; Huber, L; Viranyi, Z (2014): The Vienna Canine Cognitive Battery: Assessment of cognitive functioning during development and aging in pet dogs. 4th Canine Science Forum, Lincoln, UK, Jul 14-17, 2014. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (9), 5 e18-e19.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Barber, ALA; Müller, E; Randi, D; Huber, L (2014): Like me – Behavioural and Physiological Correlates of Empathy and Emotion in Dogs. 109--23rd Annual Meeting of the International Society of for Anthrozoology (ISAZ); JUL 19-22, 2014; Vienna, Austria. IN: Schöllauf, J (Ed.): 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Society of for Anthrozoology (ISAZ). Animals and Humans together: Integration in Society. Abstract Book;

Huber, L (2014): Comparative Cognition. Studies from the Messerli Research Institute, Vienna. -The Science of Animal Thinking and Emotion; Sentience as a Factor in Policy and Practice. Humane Society Institute for Science and Policy; MAR 17-18, 2014; Gallaudet University Kellogg Conference Center, Washington DC, USA.

Huber, L; Barber, A; Randi, D; Müller, C (2014): Eye tracking as a window into the cognitive and emotional minds of dogs. -IMPROVE meeting; MAY 22-23, 2014; Lund, SWEDEN.

Huber, L; Racca, A; Yoon, J; Viranyi, Z; Range, F (2014): The perception of human faces by dogs. -4th Canine Science Forum; JUL 15-18, 2014; Lincoln, UK.

Huber, L; Racca, A; Yoon, Y; Pitteri, E; Virányi, Z; Range, F (2014): How dogs see us: the perception of human faces by dogs. 108--23rd Annual Meeting of the International Society of for Anthrozoology (ISAZ); JUL 19-22, 2014; Vienna, AUSTRIA. IN: Schöllauf, J (Ed.): 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Society of for Anthrozoology (ISAZ). Animals and Humans together: Integration in Society. Abstract Book;

Park, SY; Faragó, T; Huber, L; Virányi, Z (2014): Dog-human similarities and differences in face-processing: eye movements recorded by a high-resolution eye-tracker during free viewing of faces. 147--23rd Annual Meeting of the International Society of for Anthrozoology (ISAZ); JUL 19-22,2014; Vienna, AUSTRIA. IN: Schöllauf, J (Ed.): 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Society of for Anthrozoology (ISAZ). Animals and Humans together: Integration in Society. Abstract Book;

Randi, D; Barber, A; Müller, CA; Huber, L (2014): Emotion recognition in laboratory beagles: an eye-tracking study. 7th European Conference on Behavioural Biology; Jul 17-20, 2014; Prague; Czech Republic. 2014.

Riemer, S; Müller, CA; Viranyi, Z; Huber, L; Range, F (2014): Behavioural development in companion dogs - assessments at three ages. 123--23rd Annual Meeting of the International Society of for Anthrozoology (ISAZ); Jul 19-22, 2014; Vienna, AUSTRIA. IN: Schöllauf, J (Ed.): 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Society of for Anthrozoology (ISAZ). Animals and Humans together: Integration in Society. Abstract Book;

Wallis, L; Range, F; Müller, C; Serisier, S; Huber, L; Viranyi, Z (2014): Dogs can follow human gaze despite training to maintain eye contact. 105--23rd Annual Meeting of the International Society of for Anthrozoology (ISAZ); Jul 19-22, 2014; Vienna, AUSTRIA. IN: Schöllauf, J (Ed.): 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Society of for Anthrozoology (ISAZ). Animals and Humans together: Integration in Society. Abstract Book;

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L (2014): Früchte vom Baum der Erkenntnis. Zur Evolution von kognitiven und moralanalogen Fähigkeiten. IN: Herzog, EM; Bauer, HC; Überriegler, KP [Hrsg.]: Blickpunkt: Intelligenz. Ein Erfolgsmodell der Evolution?. Norderstedt, Books on Demand, pp. 60-81. ISBN: 978-3-7357-8043-0.

Huber, L (2014): How Does the Protoconsciousness Concept of Dreaming Fit with Your Model of the Animal Mind? Do Dogs, Parrots, and Monkeys "Think" Without Words? IN: Tranquillo, N [Hrsg.]: Dream Consciousness: Alan Hobson's New Approach to the Brain and Its Mind (Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook ; 3). Heidelberg, Springer, pp. 143-148. ISBN: 978-3-319-07296-8.

Huber, L; Range, F; Virányi, Z (2014): Dog Imitation and Its Possible Origins. IN: Horowitz, E [Hrsg.]: Domestic Dog Cognition and Behavior. Heidelberg, Springer, pp. 79-100. ISBN: 978-3-642-53993-0.

2013

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Gajdon, GK; Ortner, TM; Wolf, CC; Huber, L (2013): How to solve a mechanical problem: the relevance of visible and unobservable functionality for kea. Anim Cogn. 2013; 16(3):483-492

** Horn, L; Huber, L; Range, F (2013): The importance of the secure base effect for domestic dogs - evidence from a manipulative problem-solving task. PLoS One. 2013; 8(5):e65296
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** Horn, L; Range, F; Huber, L (2013): Dogs" attention towards humans depends on their relationship, not only on social familiarity. Anim Cogn. 2013; 16(3):435-443
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** Huber, L; Racca, A; Scaf, B; Virányi, Z; Range, F (2013): Discrimination of familiar human faces in dogs (Canis familiaris). Learn Motiv. 2013; 44(4):258-269
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** Riemer, S; Müller, C; Viranyi, Z; Huber, L; Range, F (2013): Choice of conflict resolution strategy is linked to sociability in dog puppies. Appl Anim Behav Sci (149), 1-4 36-44.

** Stephan, C; Wilkinson, A; Huber, L (2013): Pigeons discriminate objects on the basis of abstract familiarity. Anim Cogn. 2013; 16(6):983-992

** Wilkinson, A; Mueller-Paul, J; Huber, L (2013): Picture-object recognition in the tortoise Chelonoidis carbonaria. Anim Cogn. 2013; 16(1):99-107

Kongressbeitrag in einer Zeitschrift

Marmota, T; Virányi, Z; Range, F; Huber, L (2013): Imitation recognition and its effect on subsequent interactions between pet dogs (Canis familiaris). Canine Science Forum, Barcelona, SPAIN, JUL 25-27, 2012. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (8), 4 e39-e40.

Riemer, S; Müller, C; Virányi, Z; Range, F; Huber, L (2013): String pulling in dogs revisited: spontaneous performance and learning in novel setups. Canine Science Forum 2012, Barcelona, SPAIN, JUL 25-27, 2012. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (8), 4 e34.

Wallis, L; Range, R; Müller, C; Serisier, S; Huber, L; Viranyi, Z (2013): Age effects on interspecific communicative abilities of domestic dogs. Canine Science Forum, Barcelona, Spain, JUL 25-27, 2012. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (8), 4 e31.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Bentlage, J; Huber, L (2013): "Do-as-I-do" imitation in dogs: Learning of transitive and intransitive actions from a conspecific model. -The 3rd ToK conference of CompCog; July 3-7, 2013; Vienna, Austria.

Cimadom, A; Gajdon, GK; von Bayern, AMP; Huber, L (2013): Investigating information seeking behaviour of jackdaws (Corvus monedula). -3rd TOK Conference of Compcog; JUL 3-5, 2013; Vienna, AUSTRIA.

Gajdon, GK; Eigster, M; O'Hara, M; Huber, L (2013): The impact of exploration in kea parrots solving a trap-table problem. -3rd TOK Conference of Compcog; JUL 3-5, 2013; Vienna, AUSTRIA.

Huber, L (2013): Social learning in reptiles. -Behaviour 2013: Joint meeting of the 33rd International Ethological Conference (IEC) & the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB); AUG 4-8, 2013; Newcastle, UK.

Huber, L (2013): Evolutionäre, vergleichende und soziale Aspekte von Willenshandlungen. -19th Meeting of the Austrian Pharmacological Socitety and 13th Meeting of the Austrian Neuroscience Association; SEP 16-19, 2013; Vienna, AUSTRIA.

Huber, L (2013): What is the relationship between innovation and intelligence? Is cognition still the key? -Behaviour 2013: Joint meeting of the 33rd International Ethological Conference (IEC) & the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB); AUG 4-8, 2013; Newcastle, UK.

Huber, L (2013): Biology of cognition. -Comparative Cognition: 3rd TOK Conference of the ESF CompCog network; JUL 3-5, 2013; Vienna, AUSTRIA.

Huber, L (2013): Comparative Cognition: Challenging the anthropocentric view of imitation. -55th TeaP (Conference of Experimental Psychology) ; MAR 27, 2013; Vienna, AUSTRIA. (ISBN: 978-3899678529 )

Huber, L; Gajdon, G; Eigster, M; O'Hara, M (2013): Puzzle boxes for the kea’s puzzle mind: exploration and mechanical problem solving in a mountain parrot. -Behaviour 2013: Joint meeting of the 33rd International Ethological Conference (IEC) & the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB); AUG 4-8, 2013; Newcastle, UK.

Huber, L; Riemer, S; Müller, C; Range, F (2013): Personality development in dogs from puppyhood to adulthood – a longitudinal study. -Behaviour 2013: Joint meeting of the 33rd International Ethological Conference (IEC) & the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB); AUG 4-8, 2013; Newcastle, UK.

Huber, L; Wallis, L; Range, F; Müller, C; Serisier, S; Viranyi, Z (2013): The development of attentional skills over the lifespan in domestic dogs. -Behaviour 2013: Joint meeting of the 33rd International Ethological Conference (IEC) & the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB); AUG 4-8, 2013; Newcastle, UK.

O'Hara, M; Auersperg, AMI; von Bayern, AMP; Bugnyar, T; Huber, L; Mioduszewska, B; Wilkinson, A; Gajdon, GK (2013): Acquisitional neophilia or retentional exploration in birds. -IEC 2013; AUG 4-8, 2013; Newcastle, UK.

Racca, A; Range, F; Viranyi, Z; Huber, L (2013): Dogs discriminate human faces from pictures. -CompCog; July 3-5, 2013; Vienna, AUSTRIA.

Riemer, S; Müller, C; Turcsán, B; Huber, L; Virányi, Z; Range, F (2013): Pet dogs' personality: consistency and change across time. -International Veterinary Behavior Meeting; SEP 26-29, 2013 ; Lisbon, Portugal.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L (2013): Zur Evolution von Erkenntnis und Moral aus der Sicht der Kognitionsbiologie. IN: Weber, HP; Langthaler, R [Hrsg.]: Evolutionstheorie und Schöpfungsglaube. Neue Perspektiven der Debatte. Göttingen, Vienna University Press, pp. 303-332. ISBN: 9783847001409.

2012

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Horn, L; Virányi, Z; Miklósi, A; Huber, L; Range, F (2012): Domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) flexibly adjust their human-directed behavior to the actions of their human partners in a problem situation. Anim Cogn. 2012; 15(1):57-71

** Huber, L; Range, F; Virányi, Z (2012): Dogs imitate selectively, not necessarily rationally: reply to. Anim Behav. 2012; 83(6):e1-e3
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** Kis, A; Topál, J; Gácsi, M; Range, F; Huber, L; Miklósi, A; Virányi, Z (2012): Does the A-not-B error in adult pet dogs indicate sensitivity to human communication? Anim Cogn. 2012; 15(4):737-743

** Mueller-Paul, J; Wilkinson, A; Hall, G; Huber, L (2012): Radial-arm-maze behavior of the red-footed tortoise (Geochelone carbonaria). J Comp Psychol. 2012; 126(3):305-317

** Müller, CA; Riemer, S; Rosam, CM; Schößwender, J; Range, F; Huber, L (2012): Brief owner absence does not induce negative judgement bias in pet dogs. Anim Cogn. 2012; 15(5):1031-1035
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** Schmidjell, T; Range, F; Huber, L; Virányi, Z (2012): Do owners have a clever hans effect on dogs? Results of a pointing study. Front Psychol. 2012; 3:558
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** Stephan, C; Wilkinson, A; Huber, L (2012): Have we met before Pigeons recognise familiar human faces. Avian Biol Res (5), 2 75-80.

** Steurer, MM; Aust, U; Huber, L (2012): The Vienna comparative cognition technology (VCCT): an innovative operant conditioning system for various species and experimental procedures. Behav Res Methods. 2012; 44(4):909-918

** Westphal-Fitch, G; Huber, L; Gómez, JC; Fitch, WT (2012): Production and perception rules underlying visual patterns: effects of symmetry and hierarchy. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2012; 367(1598):2007-2022
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Huber, L (2012): Argumente? Experimente! Erwägen, Wissen, Ethik (23), 1 60-63.

Mueller-Paul, J; Wilkinson, A; Hall, G; Huber, L (2012): Response-stereotypy in the jewelled lizard (Timon lepidus) in a radial-arm maze. Herpetology Notes (5) 243-246.

Kongressbeitrag in einer Zeitschrift

Müller, CA; Riemer, S; Viranyi, Z; Huber, L; Range F (2012): Effect of inhibitory control on problem solving in dogs. Canine Science Forum, Barcelona, SPAIN, Jul 25-27, 2012. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (8), 4 e35-e35.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Huber, L (2012): Biologische, kognitive und kulturelle Evolution und ihre Implikationen. 177-203.-Symposion der Stiftung Theologie und Natur mit der Bischöflichen Akademie des Bistums Aachen; SEP 30 - OKT 02, 2010; Aachen. IN: Lüke, U [Hrsg.]: Evolution der Offenbarung - Offenbarung der Evolution; (ISBN: 978-3-451-02249-4 )

Huber, L (2012): The impact of cognitive biology on the question of animal welfare. 6-6.-46th Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology; JUL 31 - AUG 4, 2012; Vienna, Austria. IN: Waiblinger, S [Hrsg.]: Quality of life in designed environments?; (ISBN: 978-90-8686-204-7 )

Huber, L (2012): Wissen steigert Wertschätzung, Wertschätzung schützt Tiere. 9-20.-3. Tagung der Plattform Österreichische TierärztInnen für Tierschutz; MAY 10, 2012; Vienna, Austria. IN: Baumgartner, J (Hrsg.): Tierschutz: Anspruch - Verantwortung - Realität; (ISBN: 978-3-9502915-2-0 ) Open Access Logo

Müller, CA; Riemer, S; Viranyi, Z; Huber L; Range, F (2012): Effect of inhibitory control on problem solving in dogs. -Canine Science Forum; July 25-27, 2012; Barcelona, Spain.

Racca, A; Wallis, L; Riemer, S; Huber, L (2012): Recognition of familiar human faces in domestic dogs; Age effects on interspecific communicative abilities of domestic dogs;String pulling in dogs revisited: spontaneous performance and learning in novel setups. -3rd Canine Science Forum; JUL 24-27, 2012; Barcelona.

Wallis, L; Range, F; Müller, C; Serisier, S; Huber, L; Viranyi, Z (2012): Age effects on interspecific communicative abilities of domestic dogs. -2nd Annual CogSci Lecture 2012. LORENZ-Lecture; NOV 11, 2012; Vienna, Austria.

Wallis L; Range, F; Müller, C; Serisier, S; Huber, L; Viranyi, Z (2012): Age effects on gaze following abilities of domestic dogs. -DK Cognition and Communication Lab Visit; October 22-24, 2012; Zurich, Switzerland.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L (2012): Biologische, kognitive und kulturelle Evolution und ihre Implikationen. IN: Lücke, U [Hrsg.]: Evolution der Offenbarung - Offenbarung der Evolution. Freiburg im Breisgau, Herder, pp. 177-203. ISBN: 978-3-451-02249-4.

Huber, L (2012): What, whom and how: Selectivity in social learning. IN: De Waal, FBM [Hrsg.]: The Primate Mind: Built to Connect with Other Minds. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, pp. 65-80. ISBN: 978-0674058040.

Huber, L; Wilkinson, A (2012): Evolution of cognition: A comparative approach. IN: Barth, FG [Hrsg.]: Sensory Perception: Mind and Matter. Wien, Springer, pp. 135-152. ISBN: 978-3-211-99750-5.

O'Hara, M; Gajdon, GK; Huber, L (2012): Kea Logics: How These Birds Solve Difficult Problems and Outsmart Researchers. IN: Watanabe, S [Hrsg.]: Logic and Sensibility. Tokio, Keio University Press, pp. 23-38. ISBN: 978-4-904255-02-5.

Wilkinson, A; Huber, L (2012): Cold-Blooded Cognition: Reptilian Cognitive Abilities. IN: Vonk, J [Hrsg.]: The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Evolutionary Psychology. Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp. 129-143. ISBN: 978-0-19-973818-2.

Populärwissenschaftlicher Artikel

Huber, L (2012): "Naturalizing Ethics?". EurSafeNews (14), 2 6-11.

2011

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Auersperg, AM; Huber, L; Gajdon, GK (2011): Navigating a tool end in a specific direction: stick-tool use in kea (Nestor notabilis). Biol Lett. 2011; 7(6):825-828
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** Auersperg, AM; von Bayern, AM; Gajdon, GK; Huber, L; Kacelnik, A (2011): Flexibility in problem solving and tool use of kea and New Caledonian crows in a multi access box paradigm. PLoS One. 2011; 6(6):e20231
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** Gajdon, GK; Amann, L; Huber, L (2011): Keas rely on social information in a tool use task but abandon it in favour of overt exploration. Interact Stud (12), 2 304-323.

** Liedtke, J; Werdenich, D; Gajdon, GK; Huber, L; Wanker, R (2011): Big brains are not enough: performance of three parrot species in the trap-tube paradigm. Anim Cogn. 2011; 14(1):143-149

** Miyata, H; Gajdon, GK; Huber, L; Fujita, K (2011): How do keas (Nestor notabilis) solve artificial-fruit problems with multiple locks? Anim Cogn. 2011; 14(1):45-58

** Müller, CA; Mayer, C; Dörrenberg, S; Huber, L; Range, F (2011): Female but not male dogs respond to a size constancy violation. Biol Lett. 2011; 7(5):689-691
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** Range, F; Huber, L; Heyes, C (2011): Automatic imitation in dogs. Proc Biol Sci. 2011; 278(1703):211-217
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** Wilkinson, A; Sebanz, N; Mandl, I; Huber, L (2011): No evidence of contagious yawning in the red-footed tortoise Geochelone carbonaria. Curr Zool (57), 4 477-484.

Kongressbeitrag in einer Zeitschrift

Horn, L; Huber, L; Range, F (2011): Dogs’ (Canis familiaris) attention toward humans: does it depend on the relationship? 2010 Canine Science Forum, Vienna, Austria, JUL 25-28, 2010. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (6), 1 76.

Müller, C; Dörrenberg, S; Mayer, C; Riemer, S; Huber, L; Range, F (2011): Understanding of size constancy in dogs: a new approach to account for novelty effects. 2010 Canine Science Forum, Vienna, Austria, JUL 25-28, 2010. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (6), 1 81.

Riemer, S; Müller, C; Huber, L; Range, F; Kersting, E; Virányi, Z (2011): Can early temperament tests predict behavioral tendencies in dog puppies? 2010 Canine Science Forum, Vienna, Austria, JUL 25-28, 2010. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (6), 1 79.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Auersperg, AMI; von Bayern, AMP; Gajdon, G; Huber, L; Kacelnik, A (2011): Flexibility in Problem solving in kea and New Caledonian crows. -Current challenges and applications of comparative cognition. 2nd ToK conference of CompCog; MAY 25-27, 2011; Prague, Czechoslovakia.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L (2011): Social Learning in Animals. IN: Seel, NM [Hrsg.]: Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning. Wien, New York, Springer, pp. 1051-1051. ISBN: 978-1-4419-1427-9.

Huber, L; Aust, U (2011): A modified feature theory as an account of pigeon visual categorization. IN: Zentall, T.R; Wassermann, E.A. [Hrsg.]: The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Cognition. New York, Oxford University Press, pp. 497-512. ISBN: 9780195377804.

2010

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Auersperg, AMI; Gajdon, GK; Huber, L (2010): Kea, Nestor notabilis, produce dynamic relationships between objects in a second-order. tool use task. Anim Behav (80), 5 783-789.

** Aust, U; Huber, L (2010): The role of skin-related information in pigeons" categorization and recognition of humans in pictures. Vision Res. 2010; 50(19):1941-1948
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** Aust, U; Huber, L (2010): Representational insight in pigeons: comparing subjects with and without real-life experience. Anim Cogn. 2010; 13(2):207-218

** Faragó, T; Pongrácz, P; Miklósi, A; Huber, L; Virányi, Z; Range, F (2010): Dogs" expectation about signalers" body size by virtue of their growls. PLoS One. 2010; 5(12):e15175
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** Fitch, WT; Huber, L; Bugnyar, T (2010): Social cognition and the evolution of language: constructing cognitive phylogenies. Neuron. 2010; 65(6):795-814
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** Schiel, N; Souto, A; Huber, L; Bezerra, BM (2010): Hunting strategies in wild common marmosets are prey and age dependent. Am J Primatol. 2010; 72(12):1039-1046

** Wilkinson, A; Kuenstner, K; Mueller, J; Huber, L (2010): Social learning in a non-social reptile (Geochelone carbonaria). Biol Lett. 2010; 6(5):614-616
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** Wilkinson, A; Mandl, I; Bugnyar, T; Huber, L (2010): Gaze following in the red-footed tortoise (Geochelone carbonaria). Anim Cogn. 2010; 13(5):765-769

** Wilkinson, A; Specht, HL; Huber, L (2010): Pigeons can discriminate group mates from strangers using the concept of familiarity. Anim Behav (80), 1 109-115.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L (2010): Categories and Concepts: Language-Related Competences Non-Linguistic Species. IN: Breed, MD; Moore, J [Hrsg.]: Encyclopedia of Animal Behaviour. Oxford, Academic Press, pp. 261-266. ISBN: 978-0-08-045337-8.

Huber, L (2010): Ein vorsprachliches Ich? Evolutionsbiologische Aspekte. IN: Düringer, H; Meisinger, H; Schmidt, W.R [Hrsg.]: Das rätselhafte ICH. Neurowissenschaft und Evolutionsbiologie vor der Frage, wie aus dem Körperorgan "Gehirn" ein ICH-Bewusstsein entstehen konnte. Hanau, Haag und Herchen Verlag, pp. 51-75. ISBN: 978-3-89846-603-5.

Populärwissenschaftlicher Artikel

Huber, L (2010): Kognition und Moral bei menschlichen und nicht-menschlichen Tieren: homologe und analoge Gemeinsamkeiten. Zur Debatte (2010), 6 41-43.

2009

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Auersperg, AM; Gajdon, GK; Huber, L (2009): Kea (Nestor notabilis) consider spatial relationships between objects in the support problem. Biol Lett. 2009; 5(4):455-458
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** Dell"Mour, V; Range, F; Huber, L (2009): Social learning and mother"s behavior in manipulative tasks in infant marmosets. Am J Primatol. 2009; 71(6):503-509

** Huber, L; Range, F; Voelkl, B; Szucsich, A; Virányi, Z; Miklosi, A (2009): The evolution of imitation: what do the capacities of non-human animals tell us about the mechanisms of imitation? Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2009; 364(1528):2299-2309
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** Pesendorfer, MB; Gunhold, T; Schiel, N; Souto, A; Huber, L; Range, F (2009): The maintenance of traditions in marmosets: individual habit, not social conformity? A field experiment. PLoS One. 2009; 4(2):e4472
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** Range, F; Heucke, SL; Gruber, C; Konz, A; Huber, L; Viranyi, Z (2009): The effect of ostensive cues on dogs' performance in a manipulative social learning task. Appl Anim Behav Sci (120), 3-4 170-178.

** Range, F; Horn, L; Bugnyar, T; Gajdon, GK; Huber, L (2009): Social attention in keas, dogs, and human children. Anim Cogn. 2009; 12(1):181-192

** Range, F; Horn, L; Viranyi, Z; Huber, L (2009): The absence of reward induces inequity aversion in dogs. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009; 106(1):340-345
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** Schloegl, C; Dierks, A; Gajdon, GK; Huber, L; Kotrschal, K; Bugnyar, T (2009): What you see is what you get? Exclusion performances in ravens and keas. PLoS One. 2009; 4(8):e6368
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Kongressbeitrag in einer Zeitschrift

Bayer, K; Range, F; Aust, U; Steurer, M; Huber, L (2009): The touch-screen method as an implement for dog experiments. 2008 Canine Science Forum, Budapest, Hungary, JUL 25-28, 2010. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (4), 2 51.

Erdőhegyi, Á; Péter, A; Boros, M; Range, F; Huber, L; Virányi, Z; Topál, J (2009): Doggy-computer: Recognizing the pointing cue in two- and three-dimension. 2008 Canine Science Forum, Budapest, Hungary, JUL 25-28, 2010. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (4), 2 57.

Horn, L; Pongrácz, P; Virányi, Z; Huber, L; Miklósi, Á; Range, F (2009): Human-directed gazing behavior in domestic dogs (canis familiaris). 2008 Canine Science Forum, Budapest, Hungary, JUL 25-28, 2010. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (4), 2 98-99.

Möslinger, H; Kotrschal, K; Huber, L; Range, F; Virányi, Z (2009): Cooperative string-pulling in wolves. 2008 Canine Science Forum, Budapest, Hungary, JUL 25-28, 2010. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (4), 2 99.

Range, F; Horna, L; Virányi, Z; Huber, L (2009): Effort and reward: inequity aversion in domestic dogs? 2008 Canine Science Forum, Budapest, Hungary, JUL 25-28, 2010. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (4), 2 45-46.

Tiefenthaler, M; Range, F; Vas, J; Miklósi, Á, Huber, L (2009): Working dogs personalities: Individual differences in learning performance. 2008 Canine Science Forum, Budapest, Hungary, JUL 5-9, 2008. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (4), 2 87.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

** Huber, L; Voelkl, B (2009): Social and physical cognition in marmosets and tamarins. IN: Ford, SM; Porter, LM; Davis, LC [Hrsg.]: The Smallest Anthropoids: The Marmoset/Callimico Radiation. New York, Springer, pp. 183-201. ISBN: 978-1-4419-0292-4.

** Viranyi, Z; Range, F; Huber, L (2009): Attentiveness toward others and social learning in domestic dogs. IN: Röska-Hardy, LS; Neumann-Held, EM [Hrsg.]: Learning from animals? Examing the Nature of Human Uniqueness. Hove, East Sussex, Psychology Press, pp. 141-153. ISBN: 978-1841697079.

Huber, L (2009): Degrees of rationality in human and non-human animals. IN: Watanabe, S; Blaisdell, A.P; Huber, L; Young, A [Hrsg.]: Rational Animals, Irrational Humans. Tokyo, Keio University Press, pp. 3-21. ISBN: 978-4-7664-1615-2.

Huber, L (2009): Evolutionary Approach. IN: Goldstein, EB [Hrsg.]: Encyclopedia of Perception. California, SAGE Publications Inc., pp. 401-405. ISBN: 978-1412940818.

2008

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Aust, U; Range, F; Steurer, M; Huber, L (2008): Inferential reasoning by exclusion in pigeons, dogs, and humans. Anim Cogn. 2008; 11(4):587-597

** Dungl, E; Schratter, D; Huber, L (2008): Discrimination of face-like patterns in the giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca). J Comp Psychol. 2008; 122(4):335-343

** Kasper, C; Voelkl, B; Huber, L (2008): Tolerated mouth-to-mouth food transfers in common marmosets. Primates. 2008; 49(2):153-156

** Range, F; Aust, U; Steurer, M; Huber, L (2008): Visual categorization of natural stimuli by domestic dogs. Anim Cogn. 2008; 11(2):339-347

** Schrauf, C; Huber, L; Visalberghi, E (2008): Do capuchin monkeys use weight to select hammer tools? Anim Cogn. 2008; 11(3):413-422

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Auersperg, AMI; Huber, L; Gajdon, GK (2008): Support problem tasks in kea (Nestor notabilis). -4th European Conference on Behavioural Biology; JUL 18-20, 2008; Dijon, France.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L; Gajdon, G; Federspiel, I; Werdenich, D (2008): Cooperation in Keas: Social and Cognitive Factors. IN: Itakura, S; Fujita, K [Hrsg.]: Origins of the social mind: Evolutionary and development views. Tokyo, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, Springer, pp. 99-119. ISBN: 978-4-431-75179-3.

2007

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Range, F; Huber, L (2007): Attention in common marmosets: Implications for social-learning experiments. Anim Behav (73) 1033-1041.

** Range, F; Viranyi, Z; Huber, L (2007): Selective imitation in domestic dogs. Curr Biol. 2007; 17(10):868-872
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** Souto, A; Bezerra, BM; Schiel, N; Huber, L (2007): Saltatory search in free-living Callithrix jacchus: Environmental and age influences. Int J Primatol (28), 4 881-893.

** Voelkl, B; Huber, L (2007): Common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus) do not utilize social information in three simultaneous social foraging tasks. Anim Cogn. 2007; 10(2):149-158

** Voelkl, B; Huber, L (2007): Imitation as faithful copying of a novel technique in marmoset monkeys. PLoS One. 2007; 2(7):e611
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** Yamazaki, Y; Aust, U; Huber, L; Hausmann, M; Güntürkün, O (2007): Lateralized cognition: asymmetrical and complementary strategies of pigeons during discrimination of the "human concept". Cognition. 2007; 104(2):315-344

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Huber, L; Voelkl, B; Range, F (2007): Imitative learning in monkeys. Artificial and Ambient Intelligence. 256-261.-AISB Annual Convention; APR 2-5, 2007; Newcastle, UK.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

** Huber, L (2007): Emulation learning: the integration of technical and social cognition. IN: Nehaniv, CL; Dautenhahn, K [Hrsg.]: Imitation and social learning in robots, humans and animals : behavioural, social and communicative dimensions. Cambridge, Cambridge Univ. Press, pp. 427-439. ISBN: 978-0-521-84511-3.

Huber, L (2007): Evolution von Erkenntnis und Moral. IN: Körtner, UHJ [Hrsg.]: Schöpfung und Evolution - zwischen Sein und Design. Neuer Streit um die Evolutionstheorie. Wien, Böhlau, pp. 127-157. ISBN: 978-3-205-77644-4.

2006

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Aust, U; Huber, L (2006): Picture-object recognition in pigeons: evidence of representational insight in a visual categorization task using a complementary information procedure. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process. 2006; 32(2):190-195

** Aust, U; Huber, L (2006): Does the use of natural stimuli facilitate amodal completion in pigeons? Perception. 2006; 35(3):333-349

** Gajdon, GK; Fijn, N; Huber, L (2006): Limited spread of innovation in a wild parrot, the kea (Nestor notabilis). Anim Cogn. 2006; 9(3):173-181

** Huber, L; Gajdon, GK (2006): Technical intelligence in animals: the kea model. Anim Cogn. 2006; 9(4):295-305

** Loidolt, M; Aust, U; Steurer, M; Troje, NF; Huber, L (2006): Limits of dynamic object perception in pigeons: dynamic stimulus presentation does not enhance perception and discrimination of complex shape. Learn Behav. 2006; 34(1):71-85

** Schiel, N; Huber, L (2006): Social influences on the development of foraging behavior in free-living common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). Am J Primatol. 2006; 68(12):1150-1160

** Schwab, C; Huber, L (2006): Obey or not obey? Dogs (Canis familiaris) behave differently in response to attentional states of their owners. J Comp Psychol. 2006; 120(3):169-175

** Voelkl, B; Schrauf, C; Huber, L (2006): Social contact influences the response of infant marmosets towards novel food. Anim Behav (72) 365-372.

** Watanabe, S; Huber, L (2006): Animal logics: decisions in the absence of human language. Anim Cogn. 2006; 9(4):235-245

** Werdenich, D; Huber, L (2006): A case of quick problem solving in birds: string pulling in keas, Nestor notabilis. Anim Behav (71) 855-863.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L; Aust, U (2006): A modified feature theory as an account of pigeon visual categorization. IN: Wassermann, EA [Hrsg.]: Comparative cognitions: Experimental explorations of animal intelligence. New York, Oxford University Press, pp. 325-342. ISBN: 9780195167658.

Voelkl, B; Huber, L (2006): Hand rearing in infant common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus). IN: Sackett, GP [Hrsg.]: Nursery rearing of nonhuman primates in the 21st century. New York, Springer, pp. 121-129. ISBN: 978-0-387-25640-5.

2005

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Huber, L; Apfalter, W; Steurer, M; Prossinger, H (2005): A new learning paradigm elicits fast visual discrimination in pigeons. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process. 2005; 31(2):237-246

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Aust, U; Apfalter, W; Huber, L (2005): Pigeon categorization: Classification strategies in a non-linguistic species. IN: Grialou, P; Longo, G; Okada, M [Hrsg.]: Images and reasoning. Tokyo, Keio University Press, pp. 183-204. ISBN: 978-4766413304.

2004

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Gajdon, GK; Fijn, N; Huber, L (2004): Testing social learning in a wild mountain parrot, the kea (Nestor notabilis). Learn Behav. 2004; 32(1):62-71

** Mendes, N; Huber, L (2004): Object permanence in common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). J Comp Psychol. 2004; 118(1):103-112

2003

** Aust, U; Huber, L (2003): Elemental versus configural perception in a people-present/people-absent discrimination task by pigeons. Learn Behav. 2003; 31(3):213-224

** Loidolt, M; Aust, U; Meran, I; Huber, L (2003): Pigeons use item-specific and category-level information in the identification and categorization of human faces. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process. 2003; 29(4):261-276

Kongressbeitrag in einer Zeitschrift

Gajdon, GK; Fijn, N; Huber, L (2003): Cognitive aspects of spontaneous bin opening and experimental tube removal in a wild mountain parrot, the kea (Nestor notabilis). XXVIII International Ethological Conference, Florianopolis, BRAZIL, AUG 20-26,2003. Revista de Etologia (5) 94.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Gajdon, GK; Ortner, MT; Huber, L (2003): Do keas have insight in a tube removal task? -ASAB Summer Meeting: Personality: Patterns, Mechanisms and Functions. Why are we all different?; JUL 20-23, 2003; Grünau, AUSTRIA.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

** Voelkl, B; Huber, L (2003): Movement imitation in monkeys. Conference on Animal Social Complexity, CHICAGO, IL, AUG 23-26, 2000. IN: DeWaal, FBM; Tyack, PL [Hrsg.]: Animal Social Complexity: Intelligence, Culture, and Individualized Societies. Cambridge, Harvard University, pp. 388-391. ISBN: 0-674-00929-0.

Huber, L (2003): Categorization of human faces in pigeons. IN: Watanabe, S [Hrsg.]: Comparative analysis of mind. Tokyo, Keio University Press, pp. 101-117. ISBN: 4-7664-1074-2.

2002

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Aust, U; Huber, L (2002): Target-defining features in a "people-present/people-absent" discrimination task by pigeons. Anim Learn Behav. 2002; 30(2):165-176

** Werdenich, D; Huber, L (2002): Social factors determine cooperation in marmosets. Anim Behav (64) 771-781.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L (2002): Der Mensch im Spannungsfeld von Natur und Kultur. IN: Winiwarter, V; Wilfing, H [Hrsg.]: Historische Humanökologie. Interdisziplinäre Zugänge zu Menschen und ihrer Umwelt. Wien, Facultas, pp. 111-130. ISBN: 978-3850765657.

Populärwissenschaftlicher Artikel

Huber, L (2002): Clever birds: kea learn through observation. Interpretive Birding Bulletin (3), 4 57-59.

2001

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Aust, U; Huber, L (2001): The role of item- and category-specific information in the discrimination of people versus nonpeople images by pigeons. Anim Learn Behav (29), 2 107-119.

** Huber, L; Aust, U (2001): The relevance of evolution, species comparison, color, and categorization for the object identity problem. Cah Psychol Cogn (20), 3-4 221-229.

** Huber, L; Rechberger, S; Taborsky, M (2001): Social learning affects object exploration and manipulation in keas, Nestor notabilis. Anim Behav (62) 945-954.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L (2001): Evolution von Kognition: Ein viertel Jahrhundert nach der "Rückseite des Spiegels". IN: Kotrschal, K; Müller, G; Winkler, H [Hrsg.]: Konrad Lorenz und seine verhaltensbiologischen Konzepte aus heutiger Sicht. Fürth, Filander Verlag, pp. 167-179. ISBN: 3-930831-33-3.

2000

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Huber, L; Troje, NF; Loidolt, M; Aust, U; Grass, D (2000): Natural categorization through multiple feature learning in pigeons. Q J Exp Psychol B. 2000; 53(4):341-357

** Voelkl, B; Huber, L (2000): True imitation in marmosets. Anim Behav. 2000; 60(2):195-202

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L (2000): Psychophylogenesis: innovations and limitations in the evolution of cognition. IN: Heyes, C; Huber, L [Hrsg.]: The evolution of cognition. Cambridge, MIT Press, pp. 23-41. ISBN: 978-0262082860.

Huber, L (2000): Wie das Neue in die Gehirne kommt. Emergenz und Chaos in neuronalen Systemen. IN: Huber, L [Hrsg.]: Wie das Neue in die Welt kommt. Phasenübergänge in Natur und Kultur. Wien, Facultas, pp. 157-174. ISBN: 978-3851145496.

Huber, L (2000): Generic perception: Open-ended categorization of natural classes. IN: Fagot, J [Hrsg.]: Picture perception in animals. Hove, Psychology Press, pp. 219-261. ISBN: 978-1-84169-156-5.

Herausgeberschaft von Sammelwerk

Heyes, C; Huber, L [Hrsg.] (2000): The evolution of cognition. Cambridge: MIT Press; 2000. (ISBN: 978-0262082860)

Huber, L [Hrsg.] (2000): Wie das Neue in die Welt kommt. Phasenübergänge in Natur und Kultur. Wien: Facultas; 2000. (ISBN: 978-3851145496)

1999

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Huber, L (1999): Generic perception: open-ended categorization of natural classes. Cah Psychol Cogn (18), 5-6 845-887.

** Huber, L; Aust, U; Michelbach, G; Olzant, S; Loidolt, M; Nowotny, R (1999): Limits of symmetry conceptualization in pigeons. Q J Exp Psychol-B (52), 4 351-379.

** Troje, NF; Huber, L; Loidolt, M; Aust, U; Fieder, M (1999): Categorical learning in pigeons: the role of texture and shape in complex static stimuli. Vision Res (39), 2 353-366.
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Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L (1999): Visual categorization in pigeons. IN: Cook, R.G [Hrsg.]: Avian visual cognition. Tufts University, Comparative Cognition Press.

1998

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Huber, L (1998): Movement imitation as faithful copying in the absence of insight. Behav Brain Sci (21), 5 694-+.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L (1998): Perceptual categorisation as the groundwork of animal cognition. IN: Taddei-Ferretti, C; Musio, C [Hrsg.]: Downyard processes in the perception representation mechanisms. Singapore, New Jersey, London, Hong Kong, World Scientific, pp. 287-293.

1997

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Bugnyar, T; Huber, L (1997): Push or pull: an experimental study on imitation in marmosets. Anim Behav (54), 4 817-831.

1996

** Huber, L; Lenz, R (1996): Categorization of prototypical stimulus classes by pigeons. Q J Exp Psychol-B (49), 2 111-133.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L (1996): Symmetriewahrnehmung bei Taube und Mensch. IN: Hahn, W; Weibel, P [Hrsg.]: Evolutionäre Symmetrietheorie. Stuttgart, S. Hirzel, pp. 91-104. ISBN: 978-3804714229.

1995

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

Huber, L (1995): On the biology of perceptual categorization. Evolution and Cognition (1), 2 121-138.

Huber, L (1995): Patterning behaviour as evidence of sequence representations in animals. Evolution and Cognition (1), 1 63-73.

1994

** Huber, L (1994): Amelioration Of Laboratory Conditions For Pigeons (Columba-Livia). Anim Welfare (3), 4 321-324.

1993

** Huber, L; Lenz, R (1993): A test of the linear feature model of polymorphous concept discrimination with pigeons. Q J Exp Psychol-B (46), 1 1-18.

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Huber, L (1993): Evolutionäre Erkenntnistheorie als interdisziplinäres Forschungsprogramm. IN: Reinalter, H [Hrsg.]: Vernetztes Denken-Gemeinsames Handeln. Thaur, Kulturverlag, pp. 109-124. ISBN: 9783853951835.

1992

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

Riedl, R; Ackermann, G; Huber, L (1992): A ratiomorphic problem solving strategy. Evolution and Cognition (2), 1 23-61.

1991

Riedl, R; Huber, L; Ackermann, G (1991): Rational versus ratiomorphic strategies in human cognition. Evolution and Cognition (1), 1 71-88.

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