Publications 2005-2009

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Publications 2008

Amy M., Monbureau M., Durand C., Gomez D., Théry M. & Leboucher G. 2008 Female canary mate preferences: differential use of information from two types of male-male interactions. Animal Behaviour, 76, 971-982.

Bovet, D. 2008. Comment reconnaissons-nous et interprétons-nous les signes extérieurs de la douleur ou de la souffrance des animaux ?  In : Homme et animal : de la douleur à la cruauté (Eds. T. Auffret Van der Kemp & J.C. Nouët). L'Harmattan, Paris, pp. 47-77.

Tanvez A., Parisot M., Chastel O. & Leboucher G. 2008. Does maternal social hierarchy affect yolk testosterone deposition in domesticated canaries? Animal Behaviour, 75, 929-934.

Publications 2007

Amy M., Leboucher G. Male canaries can visually eavesdrop in conspecific food interactions. 2007. Animal Behaviour, 74, 57-62.

Bovet, D. Psychologie animale et raisonnement. 2007. In : Psychologies du raisonnement (Eds. S. Rossi & J.B. Van der Henst). De Boeck, Bruxelles, pp. 191-220.

Pasteau M., Nagle L. & Kreutzer M. (2007) Influences of learning and predispositions on frequency level preferences on female canaries (Serinus canaria). Behaviour, 144, 1103-1118.

Publications 2006

Vallet E., Suthers R-A., Kreutzer M., Tanvez A. (2006) Bilateral motor skills in domestic canary song. Acta Zoologica Sinica, 475-477.

Lehongre, K., Lenouvel, P., Draganoiu, T. & Del Negro, C.. 2006. Long-term effect of isolation rearing conditions on songs of an "open-ended" song learner species, the canary. Anim. Behav., 72, 1319-1327.

Béguin N., Leboucher G., Bruckert, L. & Kreutzer., M. Mate preferences in female canaries (Serinus canaria) within a breeding season. Acta Ethologica, 9, 65-70.

Draganoiu, T., Nagle L., Musseau, R. and Kreutzer M. 2006 In a songbird, the black redstart, parents use acoustic cues to discriminate between their different fledglings. Animal Behaviour, 71 (5), 1039-1046.

Bruckert, L., Liénard, J.S., Lacroix, A., Kreutzer., M. & Leboucher G.. 2006 Women use voice parameters to assess men's characteristics. Proceedings of the Royal Society London, B., 273, 83-89.

Publications 2005

Bovet D., Vauclair J., Blaye A. 2005. Categorization and abstraction abilities in 3-year-old children : a comparison with monkey data. Animal Cognition. 8, 53-59.

Draganoiu, T., Nagle L., Musseau R. and Kreutzer M. 2005. Parental care and brood division in a songbird, the black redstart. Behaviour 142, 1495-1514

Garamszegi L. Zs., Balby T. J.S., Bell B., Borowiec M., Byers B. E., Draganoiu, T., Eens M., Forstmeier W., Galeotti P., Gil D., Gorissen L., Hansen P., Lampe H. M., Leitner S., Lontkowski J., Nagle L., Nemeth E., Pinxten R., Rossi J-M., Saino N., Tanvez A., Titus R., Török J., Duyse E. V. & Moller A. P. 2005. Estimating the complexity of bird song by using capture-recapture approaches from community ecology. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 57, 305-317.

Parisot M., Tanvez A., Lacroix A., Vallet E., Béguin N., & Leboucher G. 2005. Social competition and plasma testosterone profile in domesticated canaries: an experimental test of the challenge hypothesis. Hormones and behaviour, 48, 225-232.

Vauclair J., Bovet D. 2005. Intelligence animale et intelligence humaine. In : Traité des Sciences cognitives. L'Intelligence (Eds. J. Lautrey et J.F. Richard). Hermès, Paris, pp. 179-193.


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