Publications 2010-2014

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Publications 2014

Brunon, A, Bovet, D, Bourgeois, A, Pouydebat, E. 2014. Motivation and manipulation capacities of the blue and yellow macaw and the tufted capuchin: a comparative approach. Behavioural Processes 107, 1-14.

Draganoiu, T.I., Moreau, A., Ravaux, L., Bonckaert, W. & Mathevon, N. 2014. Song stability and neighbour recognition in a migratory songbird, the black redstart. Behaviour 141, 135-153.

Grenna, M., Avidano, L., Malacarne, G., Leboucher, G. & Cucco, M. 2014. Influence of male dominance on egg testosterone and antibacterial substances in the egg of grey partridges. Ethology 120, 149-158

Huet des Aunay, G., Slabbekoorn, H., Nagle, L., Passas, F., Nicolas, P. & Draganoiu, T.I. 2014. Urban noise undermines female sexual preferences for low-frequency songs in domestic canaries. Animal Behaviour 87, 67-75.

Leboucher G. 2014. Attachement social et dépendance aux substances psychoactives : quel rapport ? In : L’addiction chez les adolescents (Eds : N. Battaglia & F. Gerski). De Boeck – Solal, pp 11-25.

CHAPITRES D’OUVRAGE 2014

Bovet, D. & Chapouthier, G. 2014. Les degrés de sensibilité dans le monde animal et leur identification scientifique. In Souffrance animale - De la science au droit (ed. T. Auffret Van Der Kemp & M. Lachance). Editions Yvon Blais, Montréal.

Bovet, D. 2014. Des babouins aux perroquets: ce que les animaux ayant participé à mes expériences m'ont appris In : Les animaux : deux ou trois choses que nous savons d'eux. (ed. V. Despret & R. Larrère). Editions Hermann, Paris.

Kreutzer, M. 2014. Un demi-siècle de chants d’oiseaux. In Les oiseaux chanteurs :sSciences, pratiques sociales et représentations dans les sociétés et le temps long (ed. M. Clouzot & C. Beck). Editions Universitaires De Dijon.

COMMUNICATIONS AVEC ACTES DANS UN CONGRES INTERNATIONAL - 2014

Derégnaucourt, S., Nagle, L., Gahr, M., Aubin, T. & Geberzahn, N. 2014. Cultural evolution of birdsong in the laboratory. Neurosc. Abstracts. Prog. No 365.09. Society for Neuroscience, Washington DC.

Publications 2013

Derégnaucourt, S. & Gahr M. 2013. Horizontal transmission of the father's song in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata). Biology Letters 9, 20130247.

Van der Kant, A., Derégnaucourt, S., Gahr, M., Van der Linden, A. & Poirier, C. 2013. Representation of early sensory experience in the adult auditory midbrain: implications for vocal learning. PLoS One 8, e61764.

Gehrold, A., Leitner, S., Laucht, S. & Derégnaucourt, S. 2013. Heterospecific exposure affects the development of secondary sexual traits in male zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Behavioural Processes 94, 67-75.

Derégnaucourt, S., Poirier, C., Van der Kant, A., Van der Linden, A. & Gahr, M. 2013. Comparison of different methods to train a young zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) to learn a song. Journal of Physiology Université Paris Nanterre, 210-218.

Esseily, R. & Fagard, J. 2013. Ostensive cues orient 10-month-old’s attention toward the task by delay learning. Psychology 4, 7A.

Esseily, R., Rat-Fischer, L., O’Regan, K. & Fagard, J. 2013. Understanding the experimenter’s intention improves 16-month-olds’ observational learning of the use of a novel tool. Cognitive Development 28, 1 - 9.

Garcia-Fernandez, V., Draganoiu, T.I., Ung, D., Lacroix, A., Malacarne, G. & Leboucher, G. 2013. Female canaries invest more in response to an exaggerated male trait. Animal Behaviour 85, 679–684.

Jacquin, L., Récapet, C., Prévot-Julliard, A.-C., Leboucher, G., Lenouvel, P., Erin, N., Corbel, H., Frantz, A. & Gasparini, J. 2013. A potential role for parasites in the maintenance of color polymorphism in urban birds. Oecologia 173, 1089-1099.

Lerch, A., Rat-Fischer, L. & Nagle, L. 2013. Condition-dependent choosiness for attractive songs in female canaries. Ethology 15, 639-645.

Péron, F., John, M., Sapowicz, S., Bovet D. & Pepperberg I.M. 2013. A Study of Sharing and Reciprocity in Grey Parrots (Psittacus erithacus). Animal Cognition 16, 197-210.

Publications 2012

Amy, M., van Oers, K. & Naguib, M. 2012. Worms under cover: relationships between performance in learning tasks and personality in great tits (Parus major). Animal Cognition 15, 763-770.

Bovet, D. 2012. Peut-on étudier la morale chez les animaux ? Etudes Rurales 189, 57-74.

Derégnaucourt, S., Saar, S. & Gahr, M. 2012. Melatonin affects the temporal pattern of vocal signatures in birds. Journal of Pineal Research 53, 245-258.

Devouche, E., Dominguez, S., Bobin-Bègue, A., Gratier, M. & Apter, G. 2012. Effects of familiarity and attentiveness of partner on 6-month-old infants’ social engagement. Infant Behavior and Development 35, 737–741.

Esseily, R. & Fagard, J. 2012. Influence du statut du modèle sur les capacités d'apprentissage par observation de nouvelles habiletés manuelles : modèle pair versus modèle adulte. Enfance 64, 85 - 96.

Giret, N, Albert, A., Nagle L., Kreutzer, M. & Bovet, D. 2012. Context-related vocalizations in African grey parrots (Psittacus erithacus). Acta Ethologica 15, 39-46.

Jacquin, L., Récapet, C., Bouche, P., Leboucher, G. & Gasparini, J. 2012. Melanin-based coloration reflects alternative strategies to cope with food limitation in feral pigeons. Behavioral Ecology 23, 907-915.

Kreutzer, M. & Augustins, G. 2012. Les appariements chez l'animal et l'humain: satisfactions individuelles et comportements sociaux. Ethnologie Française 42, 577-589.

Kreutzer, M. 2012. De la notion de genre appliquée au monde animal. La Revue du MAUSS 39, 162-179.

Kreutzer, M. 2012. L’animal sous les regards profanes, sacrés et savants des humains et des éthologues. Etudes rurales 189, 175-180.

Leboucher, G. 2012 Quand l’éthologie s’intéresse au lien social. Processus biologiques et plaisir. Etudes rurales 189, 47-56.

Leboucher, G., Vallet, E., Nagle, L., Béguin, N., Bovet, D., Hallé, F., Draganoiu, T.I., Amy, M. & Kreutzer, M. 2012. Studying female reproductive activities in relation to male song: the domestic canary as a model. Advances in the study of behaviour, 44, 183-223.

Pasteau, M., Ung, D., Kreutzer, M. & Aubin, T. 2012. Amplitude modulation of sexy phrases is salient for song attractiveness in female canaries (Serinus canaria). Animal Cognition 15, 639-645.

Péron, F., Hoummady S., Mauny, N & Bovet D. 2012. Touch screen device and music as enrichments to captive housing conditions of african grey parrots. Journal of Veterinary Behavior Clinical Applications and Research 7, e13.

Suthers, R.A., Vallet, E. & Kreutzer, M. 2012. Bilateral coordination and the motor basis of female preference for sexual signals in canary song. Journal of Experimental Biology 215, 2950-2599.

CHAPITRES D’OUVRAGE - 2012

Kreutzer, M. 2012. « Struggle for life » et autres considérations sur l’animal et la cruauté. In Figures de la cruauté (ed. G. Chaudoye & D. Cupa), pp.135-142. Editions EDK, Paris.

Publications 2011

Bovet, D. 2011. Les progrès de la connaissance en cognition animale : l’hypothèse du cerveau social. In: La question animale, entre science, littérature et philosophie (Eds. J.P. Engélibert, L. Campos, C. Coquio & G. Chapouthier), Presses Universitaires de Rennes, Rennes, pp. 39-51.

Belguermi A., Bovet, D., Pascal, A., Prévot-Julliard, A.C., Saint Jalme, M. & Leboucher, G. 2011. Pigeons discriminate between human feeders. Animal Cognition, 14: 909-914.

Giret, N., Nitsch, A. & Nagle L. 2011. Phonological-dependent territorial responses in yellowhammers (Emberiza citrinella). Behavioural Processes, 88: 67-71.

Giret, N., Roy, P., Albert, A., Pachet, F., Kreutzer, M. & Bovet, D. 2011. Finding good acoustic features for parrot vocalizations: The feature generation approach. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 129: 1089-1099.

Leblanc, F., Pothet, G., Saint Jalme, M., Dorval, M. & Bovet, D. 2011. Training large macaws for artificial insemination procedures. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 14: 187-210. IF: 0.729

Lerch, A., Rat-Fischer, L., Gratier, M. & Nagle L. 2011. Diet quality affects male choice in domestic female canary Serinus canaria. Ethology, 117: 769-776.

Lerch, A., Roy, P., Pachet, F. & Nagle L. 2011. Closed-loop bird-computer interactions: a new method to study the role of bird callings. Animal Cognition, 14: 203-211.

Lessells C.K.M., Riebel K. & Draganoiu, T.D. 2011. Individual benefits of nestling begging: experimental evidence for an immediate effect, but no evidence for a delayed effect. Biology Letters, 7: 336-338.

Péron, F., Rat-Fischer, L., Lalot, M., Nagle L., & Bovet, D. Cooperative problem solving in African grey parrots (Psittacus erithacus). Animal Cognition, 14: 545-553.

Péron, F., Chardard C., Nagle L. & Bovet, D. 2011. Do African grey parrots (Psittacus erithacus) know what a human experimenter does and does not see? Behavioural Processes, 87: 237-240.

Ung, D., Amy, M. & Leboucher, G. 2011. Heaven it’s my wife! Male canaries conceal extra-pair courtships but increase aggressions when their mate watches. PLoS One, 6: e22686.


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