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Animals’ understanding of their partner’s role in cooperative economic games

Lemma
Cooperative economic games
Project leader
Range Friederike
Duration
01.07.18-30.06.21
Programme
FWF Einzelprojekte
Type of Research
Basic research
Staff
Robinson L., Project team member
Martinez Navarrete M., Project team member
Vetmed Research Units
Konrad Lorenz Institute of Ethology
Funded by
FWF - Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung, Sensengasse 1, 1090 Wien, Austria

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8 Publications

Robinson, LM; Martínez, M; Leverett, KL; Rossettie, MS; Wilson, BJ; Brosnan, SF (2021): Anything for a cheerio: Brown capuchins (Sapajus [Cebus] apella) consistently coordinate in an Assurance Game for unequal payoffs. Am J Primatol. 2021 83 (10) e23321
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Wetzels, SU; Strachan, CR; Conrady, B; Wagner, M; Burgener, IA; Virányi, Z; Selberherr, E (2021): Wolves, dogs and humans in regular contact can mutually impact each other's skin microbiota. Sci Rep. 2021; 11(1):17106
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McGetrick, J; Poncet, L; Amann, M; Schullern-Schrattenhofen, J; Fux, L; Martínez, M; Range, F (2021): Dogs fail to reciprocate the receipt of food from a human in a food-giving task. PLoS One. 2021; 16(7):e0253277
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Cimarelli, G; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F; Berghänel, A; Virányi, Z (2021): Relationship quality affects social stress buffering in dogs and wolves. Animal Behaviour 2021; 178: 127-140
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Rivas-Blanco, D; Pohl, IM; Dale, R; Heberlein, MTE; Range, F (2020): Wolves and Dogs May Rely on Non-numerical Cues in Quantity Discrimination Tasks When Given the Choice. Front Psychol. 2020; 11:573317
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Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2020): What matters for cooperation? The importance of social relationship over cognition. Sci Rep. 2020; 10(1):11778
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Range, F; Brucks, D; Virányi, Z (2020): Dogs wait longer for better rewards than wolves in a delay of gratification task: but why? Anim Cogn. 2020 23 (3) 443-453.
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Range, F; Kassis, A; Taborsky, M; Boada, M; Marshall-Pescini, S (2019): Wolves and dogs recruit human partners in the cooperative string-pulling task. Sci Rep. 2019; 9(1):17591
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