Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 9082
EU - Europa 1087
AS - Asia 417
OC - Oceania 8
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 5
Totale 10599
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 9075
CN - Cina 334
IT - Italia 262
FI - Finlandia 261
UA - Ucraina 144
SE - Svezia 130
DE - Germania 123
GB - Regno Unito 84
VN - Vietnam 67
LU - Lussemburgo 23
IE - Irlanda 14
SI - Slovenia 14
NL - Olanda 12
CA - Canada 7
BE - Belgio 6
HK - Hong Kong 6
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 6
EU - Europa 5
FR - Francia 5
JP - Giappone 4
RU - Federazione Russa 4
IR - Iran 3
AU - Australia 2
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 2
TW - Taiwan 2
AT - Austria 1
ES - Italia 1
IN - India 1
PL - Polonia 1
Totale 10599
Città #
Woodbridge 1392
Fairfield 1369
Houston 1062
Ann Arbor 1018
Jacksonville 641
Wilmington 529
Seattle 515
Chandler 491
Ashburn 476
Cambridge 469
Princeton 312
San Diego 154
Medford 147
Nanjing 122
Des Moines 106
Boardman 101
Padova 98
Helsinki 80
Dong Ket 67
Shenyang 36
Roxbury 33
Hebei 30
Beijing 28
Nanchang 27
Falls Church 25
Jiaxing 25
Norwalk 24
Hesperange 23
Rovigo 23
Changsha 16
Tianjin 16
Dublin 14
Kharkiv 14
Guangzhou 8
New York 7
Central District 6
Civitanova Marche 6
Jinan 6
Kraainem 6
Bassano Del Grappa 5
Indiana 5
Ningbo 5
Rockville 5
San Francisco 5
London 4
Resana 4
Toronto 4
Bologna 3
Geislingen an der Steige 3
Parma 3
Pinehaven 3
Redwood City 3
Southend 3
Turin 3
Yellow Springs 3
Zhengzhou 3
Abano Terme 2
Borås 2
Darmstadt 2
Faenza 2
Hamilton 2
Hangzhou 2
Kunming 2
Lanzhou 2
Milan 2
Orange 2
Phoenix 2
Prague 2
Simi Valley 2
Taipei 2
Taiyuan 2
Trento 2
Trieste 2
Abbadia San Salvatore 1
Ardabil 1
Arlington 1
Auburn Hills 1
Auckland 1
Augusta 1
Berlin 1
Brookline 1
Castellón 1
Centrale 1
Cesena 1
Chester 1
Chicago 1
Chieti 1
Desio 1
Enschede 1
Fremont 1
Fuzhou 1
Haikou 1
Hendon 1
Herne 1
Kyoto 1
Lake Oswego 1
Liverpool 1
Los Angeles 1
Madison 1
Montebelluna 1
Totale 9647
Nome #
A mental number line in human newborns 179
One, two, three, four, or is there something more? Numerical discrimination in day-old domestic chicks 127
Numerical discrimination by frogs (Bombina orientalis) 120
Visual perception of biological motion in newly hatched chicks as revealed by an imprinting procedure 114
Perception of the stereokinetic illusion by the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus) 106
The effect of clustering on perceived quantity in humans (Homo sapiens) and in chicks (Gallus gallus) 105
Spontaneous preference for visual cues of animacy in naïve domestic chicks: The case of speed changes 103
Domestic chicks perceive stereokinetic illusions 98
Long-term memory for a spatial task in young chicks 97
The Evolution of Social Orienting: Evidence from Chicks (Gallus gallus) and Human Newborns 97
A left-sided visuospatial bias in birds 97
Mom's shadow: structure-from-motion in newly hatched chicks as revealed by an imprinting procedure 94
Object individuation in 3-day-old chicks: use of property and spatiotemporal information 94
Spontaneous discrimination of possible and impossible objects by newly hatched chicks 94
Lateral asymmetries due to preferences in eye use during visual discrimination learning in chicks 93
Spatial reorientation: the effects of space size on the encoding of landmark and geometry information. 93
Mapping number to space in the two hemispheres of the avian brain 93
The first time ever i saw your feet: Inversion effect in newborns' sensitivity to biological motion 92
Gravity bias in the interpretation of biological motion by inexperienced chicks 89
The case of the line-bisection: When both humans and chickens wander left 87
Response: “Newborn chicks need no number tricks. commentary: Number-space mapping in the newborn chick resembles humans' mental number line” 87
Use of kind information for object individuation in young domestic chicks 87
Preference for symmetry is experience dependent in newborn chicks (Gallus gallus) 85
Is it only humans that count from left to right? 85
Hemispheric differences in the recognition of partly occluded objects by newly hatched domestic chicks (Gallus gallus) 84
Lateralization of social cognition in the domestic chicken (Gallus gallus) 83
Abilities of sequence learning and rule learning : experimental evidence in newborn chicks (Gallus gallus). 83
From Small to Large: Numerical Discrimination by Young Domestic Chicks (Gallus gallus). 83
Piece of evidence. Commentary: Ancestral mental number lines: What is the evidence? 83
Biological motion preference in humans at birth: Role of dynamic and configural properties 82
Logic in an asymmetrical (social) brain: Transitive inference in the young domestic chick 82
Inversion of contrast polarity abolishes spontaneous preferences for face-like stimuli in newborn chicks. 82
Arithmetic in newborn chicks 81
Spatial reversal learning is impaired by age in pet dogs. 81
Arithmetic in newborn chicks 81
Faces are special for newly hatched chicks: evidence for inborn domain-specific mechanisms underlying spontaneous preferences for face-like stimuli 80
Perception of the Ebbinghaus illusion in four-day-old domestic chicks (Gallus gallus) 80
Detour behaviour, imprinting and visual lateralization in the domestic chick 79
A predisposition for biological motion displays in the newborn babies 79
Asymmetrical number-space mapping in the avian brain 79
Visually inexperienced chicks exhibit spontaneous preference for biological motion patterns 79
Imprinted numbers: newborn chicks' sensitivity to number vs. continuous extent of objects they have been reared with 79
Chicks discriminate human gaze with their right hemisphere 78
Delayed search for social and nonsocial goals by young domestic chicks, Gallus gallus domesticus 78
Spatial reorientation in rats (Rattus norvegicus): Use of geometric and featural information as a function of arena size and feature location 77
Numerical Abstraction in Young Domestic Chicks (Gallus gallus) 77
Lateral asymmetries during responses to novel-coloured objects in the domestic chick: A developmental study 77
Working memory in the chick: parallel and lateralized mechanisms for encoding of object- and position-specific information 75
Discrimination of small numerosities in young chicks 75
Innate sensitivity for self-propelled causal agency in newly hatched chicks 75
Lateralized mechanisms for encoding of object. Behavioral evidence from an animal model: the domestic chick (Gallus gallus) 75
THe cradle of casual reasoning: newborns'preference for physical causality 75
Rudimental numerical competence in 5-day-old domestic chicks (Gallus gallus): Identification of ordinal position 73
Animal visual perception 73
Arithmetic in newborn chicks 73
Representation of visual proportions in 4-day-old domestic chicks (Gallus gallus) 73
Facing an obstacle: Lateralization of object and spatial cognition 72
ABA vs AAB : do chicks extract the rule?. 72
Hemispheric specialization in spatial versus ordinal processing in the day-old domestic chick (Gallus gallus) 71
Cast shadows allow for solid objects discrimination in newly hatched visually naive chicks (Gallus gallus) 70
Effects of light stimulation of embryos on the use of position-specific and object-specific cues in binocular and monocular domestic chicks (Gallus gallus) 70
A strategy to improve arithmetical performance in four day-old domestic chicks (Gallus gallus) 69
Number-space mapping in the newborn chick resembles humans' mental number line 68
One, two, three, four, something more? Proto-numerical discrimination in day old domestic chicks (Gallus gallus) 68
Novelty preference in face perception by week-old lambs (Ovis aries). 67
Time-dependent lateralization of social learning in the domestic chick (Gallus gallus domesticus): Effects of retention delays in the observed lateralization pattern 67
Spontaneous preference for face-like displays in newborn chicks 64
Discrimination of biological motion (Johansson’s displays) by newborn chicks imprinted onto point-light animation sequences 64
Chicks prefer to peck at insect-like elongated stimuli moving in a direction orthogonal to their longer axis 64
Social cognition and learning mechanisms Experimental evidence in domestic chicks 62
A strategy to improve arithmetical performance in four day-old domestic chicks (Gallus gallus). 62
Avian Neuropsychology: Left-sided visuospatial bias in birds parallels the human condition 61
Visual lateralisation, form preferences, and secondary imprinting the domestic chick 61
Brain asymmetry modulates perception of biological motion in newborn chicks (Gallus gallus) 60
Selective attention to humans in companion dogs, Canis familiaris 60
Lateralization of social learning in the domestic chick, Gallus gallus domesticus: learning to avoid 60
Structural imbalance promotes behavior analogous to aesthetic preference in domestic chicks 60
Detour Behaviour in the domestic chick: searching for a disappearing prey or a disappearing social partner. 59
Rudiments of mind: Insights through the chick model on number and space cognition in animals 59
Summation of large numerousness by newborn chicks 59
Use of numerical and spatial information in ordinal counting by zebrafish 59
Brain lateralisation of detour behaviour in the domestic chick (Gallus gallus) 57
Response to comment on "Number-space mapping in the newborn chick resembles humans’ mental number line" 57
Lateralized righting behavior in the tortoise (Testudo hermanni) 57
Role of geometrical and numerical information when locating the central element in sets of identical and aligned elements 56
Object and spatial representations in detour problems by chicks. 56
Asymmetrical number-space mapping in the avian brain 56
Visual Discrimination Learning in the Jumping Spider Phidippus regius 56
A leftward bias negatively correlated with performance is selectively displayed by domestic chicks during rule reversal (not acquisition) 56
The use of proportion by young domestic chicks (Gallus gallus) 55
A strategy to improve arithmetical performance in four dayold domestic chicks (Gallus gallus) 55
Delayed search for a concealed imprinted object in the domestic chick. 1:17-24. 54
Ratio abstraction over discrete magnitudes by newly hatched domestic chicks (Gallus gallus). 54
Symmetry perception by poultry chicks and its implications for three-dimensional object recognition 53
Are chicks sensitive to the Ebbinghaus illusion? 52
Experimental Evidence From Newborn Chicks Enriches Our Knowledge on Human Spatial-Numerical Associations 52
Unsupervised statistical learning in newly hatched chicks 52
Secondary imprinting in the domestic chick: Binocular and lateralized monocular performance 51
Totale 7621
Categoria #
all - tutte 17456
article - articoli 12224
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 444
Totale 30124

Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2017/2018179 0000 00 013 2571277
2018/20191108 0015513 315 672 7171361305
2019/20202110 4076946168 203188 189263 21518764111
2020/20211761 3613923179 84269 55138 253200227158
2021/20222018 65298210118 95103 74267 12985178396
2022/20231073 385318127 335170 530 0000
Totale 10747