Professor Dora Biro: List of publications

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Reply to Auersperg et al.: Puffin tool use is no fluke.

Evidence of tool use in a seabird.

Spontaneous categorization of tools based on observation in children and chimpanzees.

Speed consensus and the 'Goldilocks principle' in flocking birds (Columba livia)

Chimpanzee face recognition from videos in the wild using deep learning.

Wild Chimpanzee Face Detection, Tracking and Recognition from Video using Deep Learning

Birds invest wingbeats to keep a steady head and reap the ultimate benefits of flying together.

A missing piece of the Papio puzzle: Gorongosa baboon phenostructure and intrageneric relationships.

Gorongosa by the sea: First Miocene fossil sites from the Urema Rift, central Mozambique, and their coastal paleoenvironmental and paleoecological contexts

Birds invest wingbeats to keep a steady head and reap the ultimate benefits of flocking

Homing pigeons.

Head-mounted sensors reveal visual attention of free-flying homing pigeons.

Evolutionary thanatology.

Comparative thanatology, an integrative approach: exploring sensory/cognitive aspects of death recognition in vertebrates and invertebrates.

Head-mounted sensors reveal visual attention of free-flying homing pigeons

Collective animal navigation and migratory culture: from theoretical models to empirical evidence.

Collective movement in ecology: from emerging technologies to conservation and management.

Personality and the collective: bold homing pigeons occupy higher leadership ranks in flocks.

Re-wilding Collective Behaviour: An Ecological Perspective.

Gaze strategy during flight in homing pigeons

Primate occurrence across a human-impacted landscape in Guinea-Bissau and neighbouring regions in West Africa: using a systematic literature review to highlight the next conservation steps.

Chimpanzees spontaneously take turns in a shared serial ordering task.

Boldness traits, not dominance, predict exploratory flight range and homing behaviour in homing pigeons.

Homing pigeons (Columba livia) modulate wingbeat characteristics as a function of route familiarity.

Wild birds respond to flockmate loss by increasing their social network associations to others.

Cumulative culture can emerge from collective intelligence in animal groups.

Validating two-dimensional leadership models on three-dimensionally structured fish schools.

Misinformed leaders lose influence over pigeon flocks.

Bringing a Time-Depth Perspective to Collective Animal Behaviour.

Lack of experience-based stratification in homing pigeon leadership hierarchies.

Speed Determines Leadership and Leadership Determines Learning during Pigeon Flocking.

Asymmetric visual input and route recapitulation in homing pigeons.

Modelling group navigation: transitive social structures improve navigational performance.

The effect of experienced individuals on navigation by king penguin chick pairs

The Arena System: a novel shared touch-panel apparatus for the study of chimpanzee social interaction and cognition.

Route following and the pigeon's familiar area map.

Landscape complexity influences routememory formation in navigating pigeons

Learning multiple routes in homing pigeons.

Resolution of navigational conflict in king penguin chicks

Interaction rules underlying group decisions in homing pigeons

Interaction rules underlying group decisions in homing pigeons.

Tool use as adaptation.

Collective learning in route navigation.

The fourth dimension of tool use: Temporally enduring artefacts aid primates learning to use tools

Robustness of flight leadership relations in pigeons

Use-Wear Patterns on Wild Macaque Stone Tools Reveal Their Behavioural History

Context-dependent hierarchies in pigeons.

Pairs of pigeons act as behavioural units during route learning and co-navigational leadership conflicts.

Not just passengers: pigeons, Columba livia, can learn homing routes while flying with a more experienced conspecific.

Not just passengers: pigeons, Columba livia, can learn homing routes while flying with a more experienced conspecific.

Homing pigeons respond to time-compensated solar cues even in sight of the loft.

Robustness of flight leadership relations in pigeons

Chimpanzee carrying behaviour and the origins of human bipedality

What are leaders made of? The role of individual experience in determining leader-follower relations in homing pigeons

What are leaders made of? The role of individual experience in determining leader-follower relations in homing pigeons

Chimpanzees' use of conspecific cues in matching-to-sample tasks: Public information use in a fully automated testing environment

Group decisions and individual differences: route fidelity predicts flight leadership in homing pigeons (Columba livia).

Objectively identifying landmark use and predicting flight trajectories of the homing pigeon using Gaussian processes.

Sex Differences during Transport of Resources by Wild Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and the Origins of Storage Behaviour

Vertical Transmission of Tool-Composite Choice in Wild Chimpanzees: Insights into Social Influences on Stone Tool Selectivity?

Tools, traditions and technologies: Interdisciplinary approaches to chimpanzee nut-cracking.

Experimental identification of social learning in wild animals

Bird navigation: a clear view of magnetoreception.

Chimpanzee mothers at Bossou, Guinea carry the mummified remains of their dead infants

Hierarchical group dynamics in pigeon flocks

Leaf-tool use for drinking water by wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): acquisition patterns and handedness

Tool-composite reuse in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): archaeologically invisible steps in the technological evolution of early hominins?

Modelling group navigation: Dominance and democracy in homing pigeons

Gaussian Processes for Prediction of Homing Pigeon Flight Trajectories

Leaf-tool use for drinking water by wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): acquisition patterns and handedness

Tool-composite reuse in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): archaeologically invisible steps in the technological evolution of early hominins?

Information transfer in moving animal groups.

Shared touch-panel tasks for pairs of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

GPS tracking of the foraging movements of Manx Shearwaters Puffinus puffinus breeding on Skomer Island, Wales

Chimpanzees share forbidden fruit

Pigeons combine compass and landmark guidance in familiar route navigation.

From compromise to leadership in pigeon homing.

Route recognition in the homing pigeon, Columba livia

An edge-detection approach to investigating pigeon navigation.

Ontogeny and Cultural Propagation of Tool Use by Wild Chimpanzees at Bossou, Guinea: Case Studies in Nut Cracking and Leaf Folding

Route recapitulation and route loyalty in homing pigeons: Pilotage from 25 km?

Homing pigeons develop local route stereotypy.

Familiar route loyalty implies visual pilotage in the homing pigeon.

Positional entropy during pigeon homing I: application of Bayesian latent state modelling.

Positional entropy during pigeon homing II: navigational interpretation of Bayesian latent state models.

Cultural innovation and transmission of tool use in wild chimpanzees: evidence from field experiments.

Mechanisms of visually mediated site recognition by the homing pigeon

How the viewing of familiar landscapes prior to release allows pigeons to home faster: Evidence from GPS tracking

How the viewing of familiar landscapes prior to release allows pigeons to home faster: evidence from GPS tracking.

Use of numerical symbols by the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes): Cardinals, ordinals, and the introduction of zero