Péter Pongrácz
Péter Pongrácz
Associate Professor, Department of Ethology, Eötvös Loránd University
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A Comparative Study of the Use of Visual Communicative Signals in Interactions Between Dogs (< em> Canis familiaris</em>) and Humans and Cats (< em> Felis catus</em>) and Humans.
Á Miklósi, P Pongrácz, G Lakatos, J Topál, V Csányi
Journal of Comparative Psychology 119 (2), 179, 2005
2402005
Social learning in dogs: the effect of a human demonstrator on the performance of dogs in a detour task
P Pongrácz, Á Miklósi, E Kubinyi, K Gurobi, J Topál, V Csányi
Animal Behaviour 62 (6), 1109-1117, 2001
2082001
Human Listeners Are Able to Classify Dog (< em> Canis familiaris</em>) Barks Recorded in Different Situations.
P Pongrácz, C Molnár, A Miklósi, V Csányi
Journal of Comparative Psychology 119 (2), 136, 2005
2002005
The dog as a model for understanding human social behavior
J Topál, Á Miklósi, M Gácsi, A Dóka, P Pongrácz, E Kubinyi, Z Virányi, ...
Advances in the Study of Behavior 39, 71-116, 2009
1472009
Acoustic parameters of dog barks carry emotional information for humans
P Pongrácz, C Molnár, Á Miklósi
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 100 (3-4), 228-240, 2006
1362006
Interaction between individual experience and social learning in dogs
P Pongrácz, Á Miklósi, E Kubinyi, J Topál, V Csányi
Animal Behaviour 65 (3), 595-603, 2003
1092003
Verbal Attention Getting as a Key Factor in Social Learning Between Dog< xh: i>(Canis familiaris)</xh: i> and Human.
P Pongrácz, Á Miklósi, K Timár-Geng, V Csányi
Journal of comparative psychology 118 (4), 375, 2004
1042004
The pet dogs ability for learning from a human demonstrator in a detour task is independent from the breed and age
P Pongrácz, Á Miklósi, V Vida, V Csányi
Applied animal behaviour science 90 (3-4), 309-323, 2005
882005
Owner's beliefs on the ability of their pet dogs to understand human verbal communication: A case of social understanding
P Pongrácz, Á Miklósi, V Csányi
Current Psychology of Cognition 20 (1/2), 87-108, 2001
852001
Barking in family dogs: An ethological approach
P Pongrácz, C Molnár, Á Miklósi
The Veterinary Journal 183 (2), 141-147, 2010
802010
[] The bone is mine': affective and referential aspects of dog growls
T Faragó, P Pongrácz, F Range, Z Virányi, Á Miklósi
Animal Behaviour 79 (4), 917-925, 2010
762010
Dogs' expectation about signalers' body size by virtue of their growls
T Faragó, P Pongrácz, Á Miklósi, L Huber, Z Virányi, F Range
PloS one 5 (12), e15175, 2010
692010
How does dominance rank status affect individual and social learning performance in the dog (Canis familiaris)?
P Pongrácz, V Vida, P Bánhegyi, Á Miklósi
Animal cognition 11 (1), 75-82, 2008
692008
Dogs discriminate between barks: the effect of context and identity of the caller.
C Molnár, P Pongrácz, T Faragó, A Dóka, Á Miklósi
Behavioural Processes 82, 198-201, 2009
622009
Classification of dog barks: a machine learning approach
C Molnár, F Kaplan, P Roy, F Pachet, P Pongrácz, A Dóka, Á Miklósi
Animal cognition 11 (3), 389-400, 2008
612008
Successful application of video‐projected human images for signalling to dogs
P Pongrácz, Á Miklósi, A Dóka, V Csányi
Ethology 109 (10), 809-821, 2003
572003
The effect of early handling is dependent upon the state of the rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) pups around nursing
P Pongrácz, V Altbäcker
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 1999
571999
Do children understand man's best friend? Classification of dog barks by pre-adolescents and adults
P Pongrácz, C Molnár, A Dóka, Á Miklósi
Applied animal behaviour science 135 (1-2), 95-102, 2011
532011
Dog as a model for studying conspecific and heterospecific social learning
E Kubinyi, P Pongrácz, Á Miklósi
Journal of Veterinary Behavior 4 (1), 31-41, 2009
522009
Can humans discriminate between dogs on the base of the acoustic parameters of barks?
C Molnár, P Pongrácz, A Dóka, Á Miklósi
Behavioural processes 73 (1), 76-83, 2006
502006
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