Adam Miklosi
Adam Miklosi
Eötvös University, Dept. of Ethology
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A simple reason for a big difference: wolves do not look back at humans, but dogs do
Á Miklósi, E Kubinyi, J Topál, M Gácsi, Z Virányi, V Csányi
Current biology 13 (9), 763-766, 2003
Dog behaviour, evolution, and cognition
Á Miklósi
oUp Oxford, 2014
Attachment behavior in dogs (Canis familiaris): A new application of Ainsworth's (1969) Strange Situation Test.
J Topál, Á Miklósi, V Csányi, A Dóka
Journal of comparative psychology 112 (3), 219, 1998
Use of experimenter-given cues in dogs
Á Miklösi, R Polgárdi, J Topál, V Csányi
Animal cognition 1 (2), 113-121, 1998
Comprehension of human communicative signs in pet dogs (Canis familiaris).
K Soproni, Á Miklósi, J Topál, V Csányi
Journal of comparative psychology 115 (2), 122, 2001
A comparative analysis of animals' understanding of the human pointing gesture
Á Miklósi, K Soproni
Animal cognition 9 (2), 81-93, 2006
Intentional behaviour in dog-human communication: an experimental analysis of “showing” behaviour in the dog
R Polgárdi, J Topál, V Csányi
Animal cognition 3 (3), 159-166, 2000
Dogs' ( Canis familaris ) responsiveness to human pointing gestures.
K Soproni, Á Miklósi, J Topál, V Csányi
Journal of comparative psychology 116 (1), 27, 2002
Comparative social cognition: what can dogs teach us?
A Miklosi, J Topal, V Csanyi
Animal Behaviour 67 (6), 995-1004, 2004
Are readers of our face readers of our minds? Dogs (Canis familiaris) show situation-dependent recognition of human’s attention
M Gácsi, Á Miklósi, O Varga, J Topál, V Csányi
Animal cognition 7 (3), 144-153, 2004
Comprehension of human pointing gestures in young human-reared wolves (Canis lupus) and dogs (Canis familiaris)
Z Virányi, M Gácsi, E Kubinyi, J Topál, B Belényi, D Ujfalussy, Á Miklósi
Animal cognition 11 (3), 373, 2008
Dogs respond appropriately to cues of humans’ attentional focus
Z Virányi, J Topál, M Gácsi, Á Miklósi, V Csányi
Behavioural processes 66 (2), 161-172, 2004
Differential sensitivity to human communication in dogs, wolves, and human infants
J Topál, G Gergely, Á Erdőhegyi, G Csibra, Á Miklósi
Science 325 (5945), 1269-1272, 2009
Attachment to humans: a comparative study on hand-reared wolves and differently socialized dog puppies
J Topál, M Gácsi, Á Miklósi, Z Virányi, E Kubinyi, V Csányi
Animal behaviour 70 (6), 1367-1375, 2005
A comparative study of the use of visual communicative signals in interactions between dogs (Canis familiaris) and humans and cats (Felis catus) and humans.
Á Miklósi, P Pongrácz, G Lakatos, J Topál, V Csányi
Journal of comparative psychology 119 (2), 179, 2005
Visual ecology and perception of coloration patterns by domestic chicks
D Osorio, A Miklósi, Z Gonda
Evolutionary Ecology 13 (7-8), 673-689, 1999
Attachment behavior of adult dogs (Canis familiaris) living at rescue centers: Forming new bonds.
M Gácsi, J Topál, Á Miklósi, A Dóka, V Csányi
Journal of Comparative Psychology 115 (4), 423, 2001
Social learning in dogs: the effect of a human demonstrator on the performance of dogs in a detour task
P Pongracz, Á Miklósi, E Kubinyi, K Gurobi, J Topál, V Csányi
Animal Behaviour 62 (6), 1109-1117, 2001
Human listeners are able to classify dog (Canis familiaris) barks recorded in different situations.
P Pongrácz, C Molnár, A Miklósi, V Csányi
Journal of comparative psychology 119 (2), 136, 2005
Dog-human relationship affects problem solving behavior in the dog
J Topál, Á Miklósi, V Csányi
Anthrozoös 10 (4), 214-224, 1997
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