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Kurt Kotrschal
Kurt Kotrschal
retired Professor for Behavioural Biology, University of Vienna
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Psychosocial and psychophysiological effects of human-animal interactions: the possible role of oxytocin
A Beetz, K Uvnäs-Moberg, H Julius, K Kotrschal
Frontiers in psychology 3, 26183, 2012
12592012
Fish brains: evolution and anvironmental relationships
K Kotrschal, MJ Van Staaden, R Huber
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 8, 373-408, 1998
4421998
Observational learning and the raiding of food caches in ravens, Corvus corax: is it ‘tactical’deception?
T Bugnyar, K Kotrschal
Animal behaviour 64 (2), 185-195, 2002
3972002
Behavioral effects of the presence of a dog in a classroom
K Kotrschal, B Ortbauer
Anthrozoös 16 (2), 147-159, 2003
3422003
The effect of a real dog, toy dog and friendly person on insecurely attached children during a stressful task: An exploratory study
A Beetz, K Kotrschal, DC Turner, K Hediger, K Uvnäs-Moberg, H Julius
Anthrozoös 24 (4), 349-368, 2011
2952011
Attachment to pets: An integrative view of human-animal relationships with implications for therapeutic practice
H Julius, A Beetz, K Kotrschal, D Turner, K Uvnäs-Moberg
Hogrefe Publishing GmbH, 2012
2892012
Effects of social support by a dog on stress modulation in male children with insecure attachment
A Beetz, H Julius, D Turner, K Kotrschal
Frontiers in psychology 3, 31093, 2012
2702012
The mind behind anthropomorphic thinking: Attribution of mental states to other species
EG Urquiza-Haas, K Kotrschal
Animal behaviour 109, 167-176, 2015
2662015
The relationship between social stress and dominance is seasonal in greylag geese
K Kotrschal, K HIRSCHENHAUSER, E MÖSTL
Animal Behaviour 55 (1), 171-176, 1998
1751998
Individualities in a flock of free-roaming greylag geese: behavioral and physiological consistency over time and across situations
S Kralj-Fišer, IBR Scheiber, A Blejec, E Moestl, K Kotrschal
Hormones and Behavior 51 (2), 239-248, 2007
1692007
Food calling in ravens: are yells referential signals?
T Bugnyar, M Kijne, K Kotrschal
Animal Behaviour 61 (5), 949-958, 2001
1672001
Enhanced yolk testosterone influences behavioral phenotype independent of sex in Japanese quail chicks Coturnix japonica
JN Daisley, V Bromundt, E Möstl, K Kotrschal
Hormones and behavior 47 (2), 185-194, 2005
1652005
Novel object exploration in ravens (Corvus corax): effects of social relationships
M Stöwe, T Bugnyar, MC Loretto, C Schloegl, F Range, K Kotrschal
Behavioural processes 73 (1), 68-75, 2006
1632006
Social learning in common ravens, Corvus corax
J Fritz, K Kotrschal
Animal Behaviour 57 (4), 785-793, 1999
1511999
Bindung zu Tieren: psychologische und neurobiologische Grundlagen tiergestützter Interventionen
H Julius, A Beetz, K Kotrschal, DC Turner, K Uvnäs-Moberg
Hogrefe Verlag GmbH & Company KG, 2014
1492014
Dyadic relationships and operational performance of male and female owners and their male dogs
K Kotrschal, I Schöberl, B Bauer, AM Thibeaut, M Wedl
Behavioural processes 81 (3), 383-391, 2009
1452009
Correlative, experimental, and comparative evolutionary approaches in ecomorphology
KM Kotrschal, PJ Motta
Netherlands Journal of Zoology 42 (2-3), 400-415, 1991
1411991
Ravens judge competitors through experience with play caching
T Bugnyar, C Schwab, C Schloegl, K Kotrschal, B Heinrich
Current biology 17 (20), 1804-1808, 2007
1362007
Gaze following in common ravens, Corvus corax: ontogeny and habituation
C Schloegl, K Kotrschal, T Bugnyar
Animal Behaviour 74 (4), 769-778, 2007
1352007
Leading a conspecific away from food in ravens (Corvus corax)?
T Bugnyar, K Kotrschal
Animal cognition 7 (2), 69-76, 2004
1342004
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