Markus Boeckle
Markus Boeckle
Karl Landsteiner University
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Exorcising G rice's ghost: An empirical approach to studying intentional communication in animals
SW Townsend, SE Koski, RW Byrne, KE Slocombe, B Bickel, M Boeckle, ...
Biological Reviews 92 (3), 1427-1433, 2017
Long-term memory for affiliates in ravens
M Boeckle, T Bugnyar
Current Biology 22 (9), 801-806, 2012
The effect of sleep deprivation on pain perception in healthy subjects: a meta-analysis
M Schrimpf, G Liegl, M Boeckle, A Leitner, P Geisler, C Pieh
Sleep medicine 16 (11), 1313-1320, 2015
Multimodal signaling in the Small Torrent Frog (Micrixalus saxicola) in a complex acoustic environment
D Preininger, M Boeckle, A Freudmann, I Starnberger, W Hödl
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, doi: 10.1007/s00265-013-1, 2013
Call acoustics reflect body size across four clades of anurans
B Gingras, M Boeckle, CT Herbst, WT Fitch
Journal of Zoology 289 (2), 143-150, 2013
New Caledonian crows infer the weight of objects from observing their movements in a breeze
SA Jelbert, R Miller, Schiestl, Martina, M Boeckle, LG Cheke, RD Gray, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 286, 1-8, 2019
Grey parrots use inferential reasoning based on acoustic cues alone
C Schloegl, J Schmidt, M Boeckle, BM Weiß, K Kotrschal
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1745), 4135-4142, 2012
New Caledonian Crows Use Mental Representations to Solve Metatool Problem
R Gruber, M Schiestl, M Boeckle, A Frohnwieser, R Miller, RD Gray, ...
Current Biology, 1-7, 2019
Communication in noisy environments I: acoustic signals of Staurois latopalmatus Boulenger 1887
M Boeckle, D Preininger, W Hödl
Herpetologica 65 (2), 154-165, 2009
Communication in noisy environments II: Visual signaling behavior of male foot-flagging frogs Staurois latopalmatus
D Preininger, M Boeckle, W Hödl
Herpetologica 65 (2), 166-173, 2009
Neural correlates of conversion disorder: overview and meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies on motor conversion disorder
M Boeckle, G Liegl, R Jank, C Pieh
BMC psychiatry 16 (1), 1-15, 2016
You sound familiar: carrion crows can differentiate between the calls of known and unknown heterospecifics
CAF Wascher, G Szipl, M Boeckle, A Wilkinson
Animal cognition, 1-5, 2012
Neural correlates of somatoform disorders from a meta-analytic perspective on neuroimaging studies
M Boeckle, M Schrimpf, G Liegl, C Pieh
NeuroImage: Clinical 11, 606-613, 2016
Chronic pain and sleep disorders in primary care
R Jank, A Gallee, M Boeckle, S Fiegl, C Pieh
Pain research and treatment 2017, 2017
Who wants food? Individual characteristics in raven yells
M Boeckle, G Szipl, T Bugnyar
Animal Behaviour 84 (5), 1123-1130, 2012
Grow Smart and Die Young: Why Did Cephalopods Evolve Intelligence?
P Amodio, M Boeckle, AK Schnell, L Ostojić, G Fiorito, Clayton, N S
Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 2018
Divergent Receiver Responses to Components of Multimodal Signals in Two Foot-Flagging Frog Species
D Preininger, M Boeckle, M Sztatecsny, W Hödl
PLoS ONE 8 (1), e55367, 2013
Comparison of anuran acoustic communities of two habitat types in the Danum Valley Conservation Area, Sabah, Malaysia
D Preininger, M Boeckle, W Hödl
Salamandra 43 (3), 129, 2007
With whom to dine? Ravens' responses to food-associated calls depend on individual characteristics of the caller
G Szipl, M Boeckle, CAF Wascher, M Spreafico, T Bugnyar
Animal behaviour 99, 33-42, 2015
Replications in Comparative Cognition: What Should We Expect and How Can We Improve?
BG Farrar, M Boeckle, NS Clayton
Animal behavior and cognition 7 (1), 1, 2020
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