Désirée Brucks
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Measures of dogs' inhibitory control abilities do not correlate across tasks
D Brucks, S Marshall-Pescini, LJ Wallis, L Huber, F Range
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 233230, 2017
Parrots voluntarily help each other to obtain food rewards
D Brucks, AMP von Bayern
Current Biology 30 (2), 292-297. e5, 2020
Reward type and behavioural patterns predict dogs’ success in a delay of gratification paradigm
D Brucks, M Soliani, F Range, S Marshall-Pescini
Scientific reports 7, 42459, 2017
Inequity aversion negatively affects tolerance and contact-seeking behaviours towards partner and experimenter
D Brucks, JL Essler, S Marshall-Pescini, F Range
PLoS One 11 (4), e0153799, 2016
Dogs and wolves do not differ in their inhibitory control abilities in a non-social test battery
D Brucks, S Marshall-Pescini, F Range
Animal cognition 22, 1-15, 2019
Blue‐throated macaws (Ara glaucogularis) succeed in a cooperative task without coordinating their actions
C Tassin de Montaigu, K Durdevic, D Brucks, A Krasheninnikova, ...
Ethology 126 (2), 267-277, 2020
Assessing African grey parrots' prosocial tendencies in a token choice paradigm
A Krasheninnikova, D Brucks, S Blanc, AMP von Bayern
Royal Society Open Science 6 (12), 190696, 2019
Dogs’ reaction to inequity is affected by inhibitory control
D Brucks, F Range, S Marshall-Pescini
Scientific reports 7 (1), 15802, 2017
What are the ingredients for an inequity paradigm? manipulating the experimenter's involvement in an inequity task with dogs
D Brucks, S Marshall-Pescini, JL Essler, J McGetrick, L Huber, F Range
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 242595, 2017
Dogs wait longer for better rewards than wolves in a delay of gratification task: but why?
F Range, D Brucks, Z Virányi
Animal cognition 23 (3), 443-453, 2020
Intra-and interspecific variation in self-control capacities of parrots in a delay of gratification task
D Brucks, M Petelle, C Baldoni, A Krasheninnikova, E Rovegno, ...
Animal cognition 25 (2), 473-491, 2022
Parrots do not show inequity aversion
A Krasheninnikova, D Brucks, N Buffenoir, D Rivas Blanco, D Soulet, ...
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 16416, 2019
No evidence for a relationship between breed cooperativeness and inequity aversion in dogs
J McGetrick, D Brucks, S Marshall-Pescini, F Range
PloS one 15 (6), e0233067, 2020
Exploring the social network of European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) in captivity
D Brucks, B Drews, SE Ulbrich
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 246, 105526, 2022
Llamas use social information from conspecifics and humans to solve a spatial detour task
A Pahl, U König von Borstel, D Brucks
Animal Cognition 26 (5), 1623-1633, 2023
Horses wait for more and better rewards in a delay of gratification paradigm
D Brucks, A Härterich, U König von Borstel
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 954472, 2022
Assessing prosocial tendencies of parrots in food sharing situations
P Kuijer, A Krasheninnikova, D Brucks, A Lamprecht, AMP von Bayern
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 43 (43), 2021
On the role of training in delay of gratification paradigms: a reply to Pepperberg 2022
D Brucks, MB Petelle, A von Bayern, A Krasheninnikova
Animal cognition 26 (3), 721-726, 2023
Do pigs show prosocial behaviours in a group service paradigm? A pilot study
D Brucks, L Burg, U König von Borstel, S Goumon
54th International congress of the International Society for Applied …, 2021
The underlying mechanisms of inequity aversion in dogs
D Brucks, J Essler, S Marshall-Pescini, F Range
Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research 6 (9), e3, 2014
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