Tamás Faragó
Tamás Faragó
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Voice-sensitive regions in the dog and human brain are revealed by comparative fMRI
A Andics, M Gácsi, T Faragó, A Kis, Á Miklósi
Current Biology 24 (5), 574-578, 2014
Human analogue safe haven effect of the owner: behavioural and heart rate response to stressful social stimuli in dogs
M Gácsi, K Maros, S Sernkvist, T Faragó, Á Miklósi
PLoS One 8 (3), e58475, 2013
Neural mechanisms for lexical processing in dogs
A Andics, A Gábor, M Gácsi, T Faragó, D Szabó, A Miklósi
Science 353 (6303), 1030-1032, 2016
Rab11 facilitates cross-talk between autophagy and endosomal pathway through regulation of Hook localization
Z Szatmári, V Kis, M Lippai, K Hegedűs, T Faragó, P Lőrincz, T Tanaka, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 25 (4), 522-531, 2014
Investigating emotional contagion in dogs (Canis familiaris) to emotional sounds of humans and conspecifics
A Huber, ALA Barber, T Faragó, CA Müller, L Huber
Animal Cognition 20, 703-715, 2017
Humans rely on the same rules to assess emotional valence and intensity in conspecific and dog vocalizations
T Faragó, A Andics, V Devecseri, A Kis, M Gácsi, Á Miklósi
Biology letters 10 (1), 20130926, 2014
‘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
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
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 (2), 198-201, 2009
Differential effects of speech situations on mothers’ and fathers’ infant-directed and dog-directed speech: An acoustic analysis
A Gergely, T Faragó, Á Galambos, J Topál
Scientific reports 7 (1), 13739, 2017
Cats (Felis silvestris catus) read human gaze for referential information
P Pongrácz, JS Szapu, T Faragó
Intelligence, 2018
Investigating empathy-like responding to conspecifics’ distress in pet dogs
M Quervel-Chaumette, V Faerber, T Faragó, S Marshall-Pescini, F Range
PLoS One 11 (4), e0152920, 2016
Dogs can discriminate barks from different situations
K Maros, P Pongrácz, G Bárdos, C Molnár, T Faragó, Á Miklósi
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 114 (1-2), 159-167, 2008
Humans attribute emotions to a robot that shows simple behavioural patterns borrowed from dog behaviour
M Gácsi, A Kis, T Faragó, M Janiak, R Muszyński, Á Miklósi
Computers in Human Behavior 59, 411-419, 2016
Dog growls express various contextual and affective content for human listeners
T Faragó, N Takács, Á Miklósi, P Pongrácz
Royal Society open science 4 (5), 170134, 2017
Comparing supervised learning methods for classifying sex, age, context and individual Mudi dogs from barking
A Larranaga, C Bielza, P Pongrácz, T Faragó, A Bálint, P Larranaga
Animal cognition 18 (2), 405-421, 2015
Do you see what I see? The difference between dog and human visual perception may affect the outcome of experiments
P Pongrácz, V Ujvári, T Faragó, Á Miklósi, A Péter
Behavioural processes 140, 53-60, 2017
The information content of wolf (and dog) social communication
T Faragó, S Townsend, F Range
Biocommunication of animals, 41-62, 2013
Attachment styles in dogs and their relationship with separation-related disorder–A questionnaire based clustering
V Konok, A Marx, T Faragó
Applied animal behaviour science 213, 81-90, 2019
Social behaviours in dog-owner interactions can serve as a model for designing social robots
T Faragó, Á Miklósi, B Korcsok, J Száraz, M Gácsi
Interaction Studies 15 (2), 2014
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