Birgit Szabo
Birgit Szabo
Universität Bern
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Spontaneous innovation in tool manufacture and use in a Goffin’s cockatoo
AMI Auersperg, B Szabo, AMP von Bayern, A Kacelnik
Current Biology 22 (21), R903-R904, 2012
Object permanence in the Goffin cockatoo (Cacatua goffini).
AMI Auersperg, B Szabo, AMP von Bayern, T Bugnyar
Journal of Comparative Psychology 128 (1), 88, 2014
Subproblem learning and reversal of a multidimensional visual cue in a lizard: evidence for behavioural flexibility?
B Szabo, DWA Noble, RW Byrne, DS Tait, MJ Whiting
Animal Behaviour 144, 17-26, 2018
Context-specific response inhibition and differential impact of a learning bias in a lizard
B Szabo, DWA Noble, MJ Whiting
Animal cognition 22 (3), 317-329, 2019
Within-group relationships and lack of social enhancement during object manipulation in captive Goffin’s cockatoos (Cacatua goffiniana)
B Szabo, T Bugnyar, AMI Auersperg
Learning & behavior 45 (1), 7-19, 2017
Precocial juvenile lizards show adult level learning and behavioural flexibility
B Szabo, DWA Noble, RW Byrne, DS Tait, MJ Whiting
Animal Behaviour 154, 75-84, 2019
Why preen others? Predictors of allopreening in parrots and corvids and comparisons to grooming in great apes
A Morales Picard, R Mundry, AM Auersperg, ER Boeving, PH Boucherie, ...
Ethology 126 (2), 207-228, 2020
Sex-dependent discrimination learning in lizards: a meta-analysis
B Szabo, MJ Whiting, DWA Noble
Behavioural Processes, 2019
Do lizards have enhanced inhibition? A test in two species differing in ecology and sociobiology
B Szabo, MJ Whiting
Behavioural Processes 172, 104043, 2020
Can cognitive ability give invasive species the means to succeed? A review of the evidence
B Szabo, I Damas-Moreira, MJ Whiting
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 187, 2020
Non-avian reptile learning 40 years on: advances, promises and potential
B Szabo, D Noble, M Whiting
EcoEvoRxiv, 2019
Local versus stimulus enhancement
B Szabo
uniwien, 2013
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