Publications

Publications

Andics A, Faragó T (2018) Voice perception across species, In: Belin P, Fruhholz S (eds): The Oxford Handbook of Voice Perception. Oxford University Press, 2018

Andics A, Miklósi Á (2018) Neural processes of vocal social perception: Dog-human comparative fMRIstudies, Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 85: 54-64.

Bunford N, Andics A, Kis A, Miklósi Á, Gácsi M (2017) Canis familiaris As a Model for Non-Invasive Comparative Neuroscience, Trends in Neurosciences, 40(7): 438-452.

Gerencsér L, Bunford N, Moesta A és Miklósi Á (2018) Development and validation of the Canine Reward Responsiveness Scale –Examining individual differences in reward responsiveness of the domestic dog, Scientific Reports, 8: 4421.

Conference communications

Andics A (2017) Comparative functional imaging: fMRI studies in dogs and humans, MNRT Congress 2017, Visegrád [invited speaker]

Farkas E, Bunford N, Gácsi M, Szabó D, Cuaya L V, Hernández-Pérez R, Andics A (2018) A comparative canine/human conspecific and non-conspecific face and non-face processing fMRI study, Neuronus 2018 IBRO Neuroscience Forum, Krakow, Poland

Farkas E, Bunford N, Gácsi M, Szabó D, Cuaya L V, Hernández-Pérez R, Andics A (2017) Fajtárs-specificitás az arcészlelésben résztvevő agyterületeken: egy humán fMRI vizsgálat, Magyar Etológiai Társaság Konferencia, Dobogókő

Gábor A, Gácsi M, Miklósi Á, Andics A (2018) Stronger attachment in dogs covaries with stronger reward responses in their brain, 6th Canine Science Forum, Budapest, Hungary

Gábor A, Gácsi M, Szabó D, Miklósi Á, Enikő K, Andics A (2017) Hierarchical processing of spoken words in dogs: an fMRI adaptation study, Magyar Etológiai Társaság Konferencia, Dobogókő

Gábor A, Gácsi M, Szabó D, Miklósi Á, Enikő K, Andics A (2018) Human-analogue lexical processing hierarchy in the dog brain, Neuronus 2018 IBRO Neuroscience Forum, Krakow, Poland

Gerencsér L, Bunford N, Moesta A, Miklósi Á (2018) Reward responsiveness of family dogs; individual variation and implications to welfare, 6th Canine Science Forum, Budapest, Hungary

Gerencsér L, Fekete Sz (2018) Associations between behavioral traits and disease prevalence of family dogs, 6th Canine Science Forum, Budapest, Hungary

Gerencsér L, Lovas M, Perez Fraga P, Gábor A, Ujváry D, Gácsi M, Andics A (2018) Differential responses of socialized minipigs to their caregivers; attachment bond or social preference? X. Dubrovnik Conference on Cognitive Science, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Kaszás N, Gábor A, Faragó T, Miklósi Á, Andics A (2018) Interspecific voice discrimination in dogs, 6th Canine Science Forum, Budapest, Hungary

Lovas M, Gerencsér L, Pérez Fraga P, Ujváry D, Andics A (2018) To be perceptive or not to be perceptive, that is the question. A comparative study of interspecific communicative interactions with pigs and dogs, X. Dubrovnik Conference on Cognitive Science, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Magyari L (2017) Development of Timing of Turn-taking from adolescence to adulthood, 6th International Conference on Auditory Cortex, Banff, Canada

Perez Fraga P, Gerencsér L, Ferdinandy B, Chateau I, Miklósi Á (2018) Problem solving strategies in family dogs (Canis familiaris) diagnosed with separation anxiety-related disorders after a short separation from the owner, in controlled laboratory setting, 6th Canine Science Forum, Budapest, Hungary

Perez Fraga P, Gerencsér L, Lovas M, Ujváry D, Andics A (2018) There is my reward! A comparative sturdy of showing behaviour towards humans in young dogs and pigs, 6th Canine Science Forum, Budapest, Hungary

Perez Fraga P, Gerencsér L, Lovas M, Ujváry D, Andics A (2018) Who seeks for human assistance when facing an unsolvable problem? A comparative study of pigs’ and dogs’ looking behavior, X. Dubrovnik Conference on Cognitive Science, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Szabó D, Czeibert K, Kettinger Á, Gácsi M, Andics A, Miklósi Á, Kubinyi E (2018) Human-analogue resting-state networks in the dog brain, 6th Canine Science Forum, Budapest, Hungary

Szabó D, Czeibert K, Kettinger Á, Gácsi M, Andics A, Miklósi Á, Kubinyi E (2018) Human-analogue resting-state networks in the dog brain, 8th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School Leipzig, Germany