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Peer-reviewed Journals

29. Range, F. & Viranyi, Zs. (2011) Gaze following abilities in wolves (Canis lupus). PLoS ONE 6(2): e16888. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0016888 [PDF]

28. Faragó, T., Pongrácz, P., Miklósi, A., Huber, L., Virányi, Zs., Range, F. (2010) Dogs’ Expectation about Signalers’ Body Size by Virtue of Their Growls. PLoS ONE 5(12): e15175. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0015175 [PDF]

27. Range, F., Huber, L., Heyes, C. (2011) Automatic imitation in dogs. Proc. R. Soc. B, 278, 211-217. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2010.1142

26. Faragó, T., Range, F., Viranyi, Zs, Pongrácz, P. (2010) "The bone is mine" - Context-specific vocalization in dogs. Animal Behavior, 79, 917-925

25. Fruteau, C., Range, F. & Noë, R. (2010) Infanticide Risk in Free-Ranging Sooty Mangabeys, Cercocebus atys. Behavioural Processes, 83, 113-118 [PDF]

24. Gácsi, M., Győri, B., Virányi, Zs., Kubinyi, E., Range, F., Belényi, B., Miklósi, Á. (2009) Selection for developmental shift explains dog-wolf difference in utilizing human pointing gestures. Plos one 4(8):e6584.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006584 [PDF]

23. Huber, L., Range, F., Voelkl, B., Szucsich1, A.,Viranyi, Zs. Miklosi, A. (2009) The evolution of imitation: what do the capacities of non-human animals tell us about the mechanisms of imitation? Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B , 1–11, doi:10.1098/rstb.2009.0060 [PDF]

22. Range, F., Heucke, S., Gruber, C., Konz, A., Huber, L., Viranyi, Zs. (2009) The effect of ostensive cues on dogs’ performance in a manipulative social learning task. Applied Animal Behaviour Sciences. 120 (3), 170-178 [PDF]

21. Dell’mour, V., Range, F., Huber, L. (2009) Social learning and mother’s behavior in manipulative tasks in infant marmosets. American Journal of Primatology, 71, 503–509 [PDF]

20. Pesendorfer, M., Gunhold, T., Schiel, N., Souto, A., Huber, L., Range, F. (2009) The maintenance of traditions in marmosets: Habit or social conformity? PLoS ONE 4(2): e4472.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0004472 [PDF]

19. Range, F., Horn, L., Viranyi, Zs. & Huber, L (2009) Effort and reward: Inequity aversion in domestic dogs? PNAS 106 (1) 340-345 [PDF]


18. Range, F., Horn, L., Bugnyar, T., Gajdon, GK. & Huber, L. (in press) Social observing behaviour in keas, dogs, and human children. Animal Cognition [PDF]


17. Penner, J., Fruteau, C., Range, F. & Rödel, M.-O. 2008. Finding a Needle in a Haystack: New Methods of Locating and Working with Rhinoceros Vipers (Bitis rhinoceros). Herpetological Review, 39, 310-314. [PDF]


16. Aust, U., Range, F., Steurer M. & Huber, L. (2008) Inferential reasoning by exclusion: A comparative study of pigeons, dogs, and humans. Animal Cognition 11 (4) 587-597 [PDF]


15. Range, F., Bugnyar, & Kotrschal, K. (2008) The performance of ravens on simple discrimination tasks: a preliminary study. Acta Ethologica DOI: 10.1007/s10211-008-0039-0 [PDF]


14. Aust, U., Range, F., Steurer, M. & Huber, L. 2007. Reasoning by exclusion in pigeons, dogs, and humans. Perception, 36, 175-176.


13. Range, F., Aust, U., Steurer, M. & Huber, L. (2007) Visual categorization of natural stimuli by domestic dogs. Animal Cognition. DOI 10.1007/s10071-007-0123-2 [PDF]


12. Scheid C, Range F, Bugnyar T. (2007) When, what, and whom to watch? Quantitative measures of attention in ravens and jackdaws. Journal of Comparative Psychology 121, 380-386


11. Range, F., Virányi, Zs. & Huber, L. (2007) Selective imitation in dogs. Current Biology 17, 868-872 [PDF]


10. Range, F. & Huber, L. (2007) Attention of common marmosets– Implications for social learning experiments. Animal Behaviour 73, 1033-1041. [PDF]


9. Range, F., Bugnyar, T., Schloegl, C. & Kotrschal, K. (2006) Individual and sex differences in learning abilities of ravens. Behavioural Processes 73, 100-106 [PDF]


8. Stoewe, M.  Bugnyar, T., Loretto, M. C., Schloegl, C., Range, F., Kotrschal, K. (2006) Novel object exploration in ravens (Corvus corax): Effects of social relationships. Behavioural Processes 73, 68-75 (2006).


7. Santiago, M. Range, F. Bibollet-Ruche, F. Fruteau, F. Peho, R. Brookfield, JFY. Noë, R. Sharp, PM. Shaw, GM. & Hahn, BH. (2005) Simian immunodeficiency virus infection in free-ranging sooty Mangabeys
(Cercocebus atys atys) from the Tai Forest, Cote d'Ivoire: Implications for the origin of epidemic human immunodeficiency virus type 2. Journal of Virology 79 (19): 12515-12527 [PDF]


6. Range, F. (2006) Social behaviour of free-ranging juvenile sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus torquatus atys). Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 59 (4): 511-520


5. Range, F. (2005) Female sooty mangabeys respond differently to males depending on the male’s residence status – preliminary data. American Journal of Primatology 65: 327-333 [PDF]


4. Range, F. & Noë, R. (2005) Can simple rules account for the pattern of triadic interactions in juvenile and adult female sooty mangabeys in the Taï National Park? Animal Behaviour 69: 445–452 [PDF]


3. Range, F. & Fischer, J. (2004) The vocal repertoire of sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus torquatus atys) in the Taï National Park. Ethology, 110, 301-321 [PDF]


2. Roedel M.O., Range F., Séppânén J. & Noë R. (2002) Caviar in the rain forest: Monkeys as frog spawn predators in the Taï National Park, Ivory Coast. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 18:289-294 [PDF]


1. Range, F. & Noë, R. (2002) Familiarity and dominance relations in female sooty mangabeys in the Taï National Park. American Journal of Primatology, 56: 137-153 [PDF]



Book chapters


1. Virányi, Zs., Range, F. & Huber, L. (2008): Attentiveness toward others and social learning in domestic dogs. To appear in: Learning from animals? (eds. Röska-Hardy, L. & Neumann-Held, E. M.) Psychology Press, London.

2. Huber, L., Voelkl, B. & Range, F. (2007) Imitative learning in monkeys. In: Artificial and Ambient Intelligence (Ed. by Olivier, P. & Kray, C.), pp. 256-261. Newcastle upon Tyne: The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour.


3. Range, F., Förderer, T., Meystre, Y., Benetton, C., & Fruteau, C. (2007). The structure of social relationships among Sooty Mangabeys in Tai. In R. Noë, S. McGraw & K. Zuberbuehler (Eds.), Monkeys of the Taï Forest: An African primate community: Cambridge University Press.

 

Presentations

1. Range, F. & Noë, R. (2001) Familiarity and dominance relations in female sooty mangabeys. Talk presented at the 18th Meeting of the International Primatological Society, Adelaide, Australia.
2. Range, F. (2001) Familiarity and dominance relationships in female sooty mangabeys. Talk presented to the Department of Anthropology, Stony Brook University, Long Island, USA.
3. Range, F. (2001) Familiarity and dominance relationships in female sooty mangabeys. Department of Biology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA.
4. Range, F. (2003) Social organization of sooty mangabeys in the Taï National Park. Talk presented to the Research Group on SIV, Department of Medicine and Microbiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, USA.
5. Range, F. (2003) Recognition of third-party rank relationships in sooty mangabeys. Talk presented at the Spring Meeting of the Primate Society of Great Britain, St. Andrews, Scotland.
6. Range, F. (2003) Social Behavior and Social Cognition in Sooty Mangabeys (Cercocebus torquatus atys). Talk presented to the Wildlife Conversation Unit, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, Oxford, England.
7. Range, F. (2003) Recognition of third-party rank relationships in juvenile sooty mangabeys. Talk presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Boise, Idaho.
8. Benneton, C.  Range F.  & Noë, N. (2003) Do male sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus atys) use coalitions as a reproductive strategy? Poster presentation at the “Goettinger Freilandtage”, Goettingen, Germany.
9. Santiago, ML. Range, F. Bibollet-Ruche, F.  Fruteau, C.  Peho, R. Brookfield, JFY. Noë, R.  Sharp, PM. Shaw, GM. & Hahn, BH. (Feb 2004) Endemic SIVsm infection in wild-living sooty mangabeys. Poster presentation at the 11th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, San Francisco, CA.
10. Range F (2005) Social Cognition in Sooty Mangabeys (Cercocebus torquatus atys) Talk presented to the Konrad-Lorenz Institute at Grünau, Department of Ethology, University of Vienna, Austria.
11. Range F, Bugnyar T, Kotrschal K (2005) Simple task discriminations in ravens (Corvus corax) Poster presented at the Social Learning conference St. Andrews, Scotland.
12. Range F, Bugnyar T, Stoewe M, Schloegl C, Pribersky-Schwab C,  Kotrschal K (2005) Individual learning abilities and coping styles in ravens (Corvus corax) Talk presented at the 19. International Ethological conference in Budapest, Hungary.
13. Huber L., Range F., Voelkl B. & Kasper C., (2006) Social influences on foraging behaviour and social learning in common marmosets. International Journal of Primatology, Vol. 27 Suppl. (XXI Congress of the International Primatological Society), p. 539.
14. Range F, Huber L (2006). Imitate? Sorry, I didn't look. Attention of common marmosets. Talk presented at the ISBE 2006, 11th Congress of the International Society for Behavioral Ecology.
15. Range F, (2006) Seminar about field methods in primatology. Department of Ethology, Eötvös University, Budapest
16. Range F, Viranyi, Zs, Huber L (2007) Selective imitation in domestic dogs. Talk presented at the Ethological Society Conference 2007 in Grünau (Social Organisation and Cognitive Tools – General Patterns in Vertebrates?).
17. Range F, Bayer K, Aust U, Steurer M & Huber L (2007) A new method for testing dogs cognitive abilities. Poster presented at the Ethological Society Conference 2007 in Grünau.
18. Range F, Horn L, Pertl M, Bugnyar T, Gaydon G, Tiefenthaler M, Huber L (2007) Comparison of attention in a variety of species. Poster presented at the Ethological Society Conference 2007 in Grünau.
19. Gunhold T, Range F, Huber L (2007) Sequence Learning in Common Marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). Poster presented at the Ethological Society Conference 2007 in Grünau.
20. Stefáni D, Virányi Zs, Range F, Huber L (2007) Do common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus) copy a conspecific’s actions or their results? Poster presented at the Ethological Society Conference 2007 in Grünau.
21. Range, F. 2007 Ähnliche geistige Leistungen bei Kindern und Hunden. Talk presented at the Kongress Mensch und Tier. Tiere in Prävention und Therapie in Berlin.
22. Range F, Viranyi ZS, Huber L (2007) The influence of ostensive cues on selective imitation in dogs. Talk presented at the 20. International Ethological Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
23. Aust A, Range F, Steurer M, Huber L (2007) Comparative investigation of fast mapping in pigeons, dogs, and humans in a forced two-choice procedure. Talk presented at the 20. International Ethological Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
24. Stefáni D, Virányi Zs, Range F, Huber L (2007) Do common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus) copy a conspecific’s actions or their results? Poster presented at the 20. International Ethological Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
25. Range F, Bayer K, Aust U, Steurer M, Huber L (2007) Visual categorization of natural stimuli in domestic dogs. Poster presented at the 20. International Ethological Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
26. Gunhold T, Pesendorfer MB, Schiel N, Souto A, Huber L, Range, F (2008) The maintenance of traditions in free-living marmosets: Individual habit or social conformity? Poster presented at the EDICI workshop in Vienna, Austria.
27. Range F, Heucke S, Gruber C, Konz A, Huber L, Viranyi Zs (2008) The effect of ostensive cues on dogs’ performance in a manipulative social learning task. Poster presented at the EDICI workshop in Vienna, Austria.
28. Range F, Bayer K, Aust U, Steurer M, Huber L (2008) The touch-screen method as an implement for dog experiments. Poster presented at the EDICI workshop in Vienna, Austria.
29. Szucsich A, Range F, Miklosi A, Huber L (2008) What dogs imitate in a “Do as I do” paradigm. Poster presented at the EDICI workshop in Vienna, Austria.
30. Tiefenthaler M, Range F, Huber L (2008) Personality in dogs and its influence on social learning behaviour. Poster presented at the EDICI workshop in Vienna, Austria.
31. Virányi Zs., Range F. & Huber L. (2008) The influence of ostensive demonstration on selective imitation in dogs. Poster presented at the EDICI workshop in Vienna, Austria.
32. ErdÅ‘hegyi, Á., Péter, A., Boros, M., Range, F., Huber, L., Virányi, Zs. and Topál, J. & (2008) Doggie-computer: recognizing the pointing cue and hiding events on a computer screen. Poster presented at the 1st Canine Science Forum, 5-9 July 2008, Budapest.
33. Faragó, T., Range, F., Viranyi, Zs, Pongrácz, P. (2008) "The bone is mine" - Context-specific vocalization in dogs. Poster presented at the 1st Canine Science Forum, 5-9 July 2008, Budapest.
34. Horn, L., Pongrácz, P., Virányi, Zs., Huber, L., Miklósi, A., Range, F. (2008) Human-Directed Gazing Behavior in Domestic Dogs (Canis familiaris). Poster presented at the 1st Canine Science Forum, 5-9 July 2008, Budapest.
35. Möslinger, H. Kotrschal, K., Huber, L., Range, F., Viranyi, Zs. (2008) Cooperative string pulling in wolves. Poster presented at the 1st Canine Science Forum, 5-9 July 2008, Budapest.
36. Range, F., Horn, L., Viranyi, Zs., Huber, L. (2008) Effort and reward: inequity aversion in domestic dogs? Talk presented at the 1st Canine Science Forum, 5-9 July 2008, Budapest.
37. Tiefenthaler, M., Range, F., Vas, J., Miklósi, A., Huber, L. (2008) Working dogs’ personalities – individual differences in learning performance. Poster presented at the 1st Canine Science Forum, 5-9 July 2008, Budapest.
38. Viranyi, Zs., Range, F. (2008) How does ostensive communication influence social learning in dogs? Talk presented at the 1st Canine Science Forum, 5-9 July 2008, Budapest.
39. Huber, L., Range, F., Zs. Viranyi (2008) Selective Imitation in dogs. Talk presented at the 1st Canine Science Forum, 5-9 July 2008, Budapest.
40. Bayer, K., Range, F., Aust, U., Steuer, M., Huber, L. (2008) The touch-screen method as an implement for dog experiments. Poster presented at the 1st Canine Science Forum, 5-9 July 2008, Budapest.
41. Range F, Viranyi Zs (2009) Different aspects of social learning in dogs. Plenary talk at the 6th International Working Dog Conference, 11-14 July 2009; Iper, Beligum.
42. Huber L, Range F, Viranyi Zs, Szucsich A (2009). Imitation, action understanding and behaviour reading. Talk presented at the 21. International Ethological Conference, 19-24 August, Rennes, France.
43. Range L, Horn L, Leitner K, Viranyi Zs, Huber L (2009). The absence of reward induces inequity aversion. Poster presented at the 21. International Ethological Conference, 19-24 August, Rennes, France
44. Virányi Zs, Range F (2010) Do domestication hypotheses have the right ideas about wolves? Plenary talk at the 2nd Canine Science Forum, 25.-28 July, Vienna, Austria
45. Hann K, Range F, Kotrschal K, Virányi Zs (2010) Social support from humans in hand-raised wolf (Canis lupus) and dog pups (Canis familiaris) Poster presented at the 2nd Canine Science Forum, 25.-28 July, Vienna, Austria
46. Heufelder S, Kotrschal K, Virányi Zs, Range F (2010) Social Play in captive timber wolves (Canis lupus occidentalis): possible functions and links to social relationship. Poster presented at the 2nd Canine Science Forum, 25.-28 July, Vienna, Austria
47. Vasconcellos A, Virányi Zs, Range F, Ades C, Kotrschal K (2010) Social interactions and non-invasive stress monitoring in captive timber wolves (Canis lupus). Poster presented at the 2nd Canine Science Forum, 25.-28 July, Vienna, Austria.
48. Auer M, Wedl M, Range F, Virányi Zs, Belényi B,  Kotrschal K (2010) Leash walking as a model for cooperation between humans and wolves: the effects of personality and intensity of contact. Poster presented at the 2nd Canine Science Forum, 25.-28 July, Vienna, Austria.
49. Müller C, Dörrenberg S, Mayer C, Riemer S, Huber L, Range F (2010) Understanding of size constancy in dogs: A new approach to account for novelty effects. Talk resented at the 2nd Canine Science Forum, 25.-28 July, Vienna, Austria.
50. Wallis L, Range F, Müller C, Virányi Zs (2010) Reversal learning in a social communication task; is there an effect of cue? Poster presented at the 2nd Canine Science Forum, 25.-28 July, Vienna, Austria.
51. Riemer S, Müller C, Huber L, Kersting E, Range F, Virányi Zs (2010) How predictive are early puppy temperament tests? Poster presented at the 2nd Canine Science Forum, 25.-28 July, Vienna, Austria.
52. Faragó T, Pongrácz P, Miklósi A, Huber L, Virányi Zs, Range F (2010) Dogs can asses the caller's body size when hearing dog growls. Talk presented at the 2nd Canine Science Forum, 25.-28 July, Vienna, Austria.
53. Horn L, Huber L, Range F (2010) Dogs' (Canis familiaris) attention towards humans: Does it depend on the relationship? Talk presented at the 2nd Canine Science Forum, 25.-28 July, Vienna, Austria.
54. Kis A, Topál J, Gácsi M, Range F, Virányi Zs. (2010) Does the A-not-B error in dogs indicate sensitivity to human communication? Poster presented at the 2nd Canine Science Forum, 25.-28 July, Vienna, Austria.
55. Turcsán B, Kubinyi E, Virányi Zs, Range F (2010) Personality matching in owner-dog dyads. Poster presented at the 2nd Canine Science Forum, 25.-28 July, Vienna, Austria.

 

Publications for the general public

Range, F. 2007  Selektives Verhalten von Hunden Wuff Hundemagazine
Range, F. 2008  Lernen nach dem Ausschlussprinzip Wuff Hundemagazine
Range, F. 2009  Wie denken Tiere? An faszinierenden Beispielen erklärt Ueberreuther, PP180