Az MTA-ELTE Lendület Neuroetológiai Kutatócsoport Publikációi

Bunford N, Hernández-Perez R, Farkas E, Cuaya L, Szabó D, Szabó Á, Gácsi M, Miklósi Á, Andics A (in press) Comparative Brain Imaging Reveals Analogous And Divergent Patterns Of Species- And Face-Sensitivity In Humans And Dogs. The Journal of Neuroscience

Gábor A, Gácsi M, Szabó D, Miklósi Á, Kubinyi E, Andics A (2020) Multilevel fMRI adaptation for spoken word processing in the awake dog brain. Sci Rep 10, 11968 [pdf] [link]

Pérez Fraga P, Gerencsér L, Lovas M, Újváry D, Andics A (2020) Who turns to the human? Comparing pigs’ and dogs’ behaviour in the unsolvable task paradigm. Animal Cognition. doi: 10.1007/s10071-020-01410-2 [pdf] [link]

Boros M, Gábor A, Szabó D, Bozsik A, Gácsi M, Szalay F, Faragó T, Andics A (2020) Repetition enhancement to voice identities in the dog brain Sci Rep 103989 [pdf] [link]

Bálint A, Andics A, Gácsi M, Gábor A, Czeibert K, Luce CM, Miklósi Á, Kröger RHH (2020) Dogs can sense weak thermal radiation. Sci Rep 103736 [pdf] [link]

Szabó D, Gábor A, Gácsi M, Faragó T, Kubinyi E, Miklósi Á and Andics A (2020) On the Face of It: No Differential Sensitivity to Internal Facial Features in the Dog Brain. Front. Behav. Neurosci. 14:25. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2020.00025 [pdf] [link]

Andics A, Faragó T (2019) Voice perception across species. In: S. Frühholz, P. Belin (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Voice Perception. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press (pp. 363-392). doi: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198743187.013.16 [link]

Czeibert K, Andics A, Petneházy Ö, Kubinyi E (2019) A detailed canine brain label map for neuroimaging analysis.  Biologia Futura, 70: 112-120, doi: 10.1556/019.70.2019.14 [pdf] [link]

Gábor A, Kaszás N, Miklósi Á, Faragó T, Andics A (2019) Interspecific voice discrimination in dogs. Biologia Futura, 70: 121–127. doi: 10.1556/019.70.2019.15 [pdf] [link]

Gerencsér L, Pérez Fraga P, Lovas M, Újváry D, Andics A (2019) Comparing interspecific socio-communicative skills of socialized juvenile dogs and miniature pigs. Animal Cognition 22: 917, doi:10.1007/s10071-019-01284-z [pdf] [link]

Szabó D, Czeibert K, Kettinger Á, Gácsi M, Andics A, Miklósi Á, Kubinyi E (2019) Resting-state fMRI data of awake dogs (Canis familiaris) via group-level independent component analysis reveal multiple, spatially distributed resting-state networks. Scientific Reports 9: 15270. doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-51752-2 [pdf] [link]

Andics A, Miklósi Á (2018) Neural processes of vocal social perception: Dog-human comparative fMRI studies, Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 85: 54-64. [pdf] [link]

Gerencsér L, Bunford N, Moesta A, 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. doi:10.1038/s41598-018-22605-1 [pdf] [link]

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. [pdf] [link]

Andics A, Gábor A, Gácsi M, Faragó T, Szabó D, Miklósi Á (2016) Neural mechanisms for lexical processing in dogs. Science, 353: 1030-1032. doi: 10.1126/science.aaf3777 [pdf] [link]

Andics A, Gácsi M, Faragó T, Kis A, Miklósi Á (2014) Voice-sensitive regions in the dog and human brain are revealed by comparative fMRI. Current Biology, 24: 574-578. [pdf] [link]