Vallortigara G

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Response competition associated with right-left antennal asymmetries of new and old olfactory memory traces in honeybees 193 193 0
Perception of biological motion in common marmosets ('Callithrix jacchus'): by females only 225 229 0
Effects of light stimulation of embryos on the use of position-specific and object-specific cues in binocular and monocular domestic chicks ('Gallus gallus') 239 239 0
A right antenna for social behaviour in honeybees 321 322 0
Origins of brain asymmetry: Lateralization of odour memory recall in primitive Australian stingless bees 250 250 0
Lateralisation of predator avoidance responses in three species of toads 215 215 0
Are Animals Autistic Savants? 357 357 0
Divided Brains: The Biology and Behaviour of Brain Asymmetries 305 311 4
From Antenna to Antenna: Lateral Shift of Olfactory Memory Recall by Honeybees 126 128 0
Behavioural and electrophysiological lateralization in a social ('Apis mellifera') but not in a non social ('Osmia cornuta') species of bee 557 557 3
Bird minds 145 146 0
Advantages of having a lateralized brain 202 200 0
Origins of the Left and Right Brain 377 373 0
Perception of the stereokinetic illusion by the common marmoset ('Callithrix jacchus') 207 207 0
Chicks prefer to peck at insect-like elongated stimuli moving in a direction orthogonal to their longer axis 220 220 0
Left-right asymmetries of behaviour and nervous system in invertebrates 230 233 0
Survival with an Asymmetrical Brain: Advantages and disadvantages of cerebral lateralization 138 139 1
The Bee as a Model to Investigate Brain and Behavioural Asymmetries 516 524 0
When and Why Did Brains Break Symmetry? 163 163 0
Lateralized Brain Functions: Methods in Human and Non-Human Species 5 5 0
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