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Zeitschriftenartikel (22)

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    Danel, S.; Osiurak, F.; von Bayern, A. M. P.: From the age of 5 humans decide economically, whereas crows exhibit individual preferences. Scientific Reports 7, 17043 (2017)
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    Kabadayi, C.; Krasheninnikova, A.; O’Neill, L.; van de Weijer, J.; Osvath, M.; von Bayern, A. M. P.: Are parrots poor at motor self-regulation or is the cylinder task poor at measuring it? Animal Cognition 20 (6), S. 1137 - 1146 (2017)
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    O’Hara, M.; Mioduszewska, B.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Auersperg, A.; Bugnyar, T.; Wilkinson, A.; Huber, L.; Gajdon, G. K.: The temporal dependence of exploration on neotic style in birds. Scientific Reports 7, 4742 (2017)
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    Jacobs, I. F.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Osvath, M.: A novel tool-use mode in animals: New Caledonian crows insert tools to transport objects. Animal Cognition 19 (6), S. 1249 - 1252 (2016)
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    Kabadayi, C.; Taylor, L. A.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Osvath, M.: Ravens, New Caledonian crows and jackdaws parallel great apes in motor self-regulation despite smaller brains. Royal Society Open Science 3 (4), 160104 (2016)
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    Auersperg, A. M. I.; van Horik, J. O.; Bugnyar, T.; Kacelnik, A.; Emery, N. J.; von Bayern, A. M. P.: Combinatory actions during object play in Psittaciformes (Diopsittaca nobilis, Pionites melanocephala, Cacatua goffini) and Corvids (Corvus corax, C. monedula, C. moneduloides). Journal of Comparative Psychology 129 (1), S. 62 - 71 (2015)
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    Jacobs, I. F.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Martin-Ordas, G.; Rat-Fischer, L.; Osvath, M.: Corvids create novel causal interventions after all. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1806), 20142504 (2015)
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    Auersperg, A. M. I.; Szabo, B.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Bugnyar, T.: Object permanence in the Goffin Cockatoo (Cacatua goffini). Journal of Comparative Psychology 128 (1), S. 88 - 98 (2014)
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    Auersperg, A. M. I.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Weber, S.; Szabadvari, A.; Bugnyar, T.; Kacelnik, A.: Social transmission of tool use and tool manufacture in Goffin cockatoos (Cacatua goffini). Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1793), 20140972 (2014)
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    Jacobs, I. F.; Osvath, M.; Osvath, H.; Mioduszewska, B.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Kacelnik, A.: Object caching in corvids: Incidence and significance. Behavioural Processes 102, S. 25 - 32 (2014)
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    Martinho, A. I.; Burns, Z. T.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Kacelnik, A.: Monocular tool control, eye dominance, and laterality in New Caledonian crows. Current Biology 24 (24), S. 2930 - 2934 (2014)
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    Auersperg, A. M. I.; Kacelnik, A.; von Bayern, A. M. P.: Explorative learning and functional inferences on a five-step means-means-end problem in Goffin's Cockatoos (Cacatua goffini). PLoS One 8 (7), e68979 (2013)
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    Teschke, I.; Wascher, C. A. F.; Scriba, M. F.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Huml, V.; Siemers, B. M.; Tebbich, S.: Did tool-use evolve with enhanced physical cognitive abilities? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 368 (1630), 20120418 (2013)
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    Auersperg, A. M. I.; Szabo, B.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Kacelnik, A.: Spontaneous innovation in tool manufacture and use in a Goffin's cockatoo. Current Biology 22 (21), S. R903 - R904 (2012)
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    Auersperg, A. M.; Gajdon, G. K.; von Bayern, A. M. P.: A new approach to comparing problem solving, flexibility and innovation. Communicative & integrative biology 5 (2), S. 140 - 145 (2012)
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    Troscianko, J.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Chappell, J.; Rutz, C.; Martin, G. R.: Extreme binocular vision and a straight bill facilitate tool use in New Caledonian crows. Nature Communications 3, 1110 (2012)
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    Auersperg, A. M. I.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Gajdon, G. K.; Huber, L.; Kacelnik, A.: Flexibility in problem solving and tool use of Kea and New Caledonian crows in a multi access box paradigm. PLoS One 6 (6), e20231 (2011)
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    von Bayern, A. M. P.; Clayton, N. S.; Emery, N. J.: Can jackdaws (Corvus monedula) select individuals based on their ability to help? Interaction studies 12, S. 262 - 280 (2011)
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    von Bayern, A. M. P.; Emery, N. J.: Jackdaws respond to human attentional states and communicative cues in different contexts. Current Biology 19 (7), S. 602 - 606 (2009)
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    von Bayern, A. M. P.; Heathcote, R. J.P.; Rutz, C.; Kacelnik, A.: The role of experience in problem solving and innovative tool use in crows. Current Biology 19 (22), S. 1965 - 1968 (2009)
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    Emery, N. J.; Seed, A. M.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Clayton, N. S.: Cognitive adaptations of social bonding in birds. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 362 (1480), S. 489 - 505 (2007)
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    von Bayern, A. M. P.; de Kort, S. R.; Clayton, N. S.; Emery, N. J.: The role of food- and object-sharing in the development of social bonds in juvenile jackdaws (Corvus monedula). Behaviour 144 (6), S. 711 - 733 (2007)

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    Rat-Fischer, L.; Kacelnik, A.; Plunkett, K.; von Bayern, A. M. P.: Development of physical problem-solving competences in human infants and corvids. In: Proceedings of the 2016 Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics (ICDL-EpiRob), S. 101 - 102. 2016 Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics (ICDL-EpiRob), Cergy-Pontoise, France, 19. September 2016 - 22. September 2016. (2017)
 
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