BISAZZA, ANGELO
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 10.892
EU - Europa 1.181
AS - Asia 573
OC - Oceania 6
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 4
AF - Africa 1
SA - Sud America 1
Totale 12.658
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 10.885
CN - Cina 376
IT - Italia 260
FI - Finlandia 235
DE - Germania 192
UA - Ucraina 186
SE - Svezia 103
GB - Regno Unito 98
SG - Singapore 86
RU - Federazione Russa 46
IE - Irlanda 33
IN - India 32
VN - Vietnam 28
TR - Turchia 20
KR - Corea 12
FR - Francia 8
CA - Canada 7
NL - Olanda 6
RO - Romania 6
AU - Australia 4
ES - Italia 4
EU - Europa 4
IL - Israele 3
JP - Giappone 3
HK - Hong Kong 2
IR - Iran 2
MY - Malesia 2
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 2
PH - Filippine 2
TW - Taiwan 2
AT - Austria 1
BE - Belgio 1
CH - Svizzera 1
EC - Ecuador 1
ET - Etiopia 1
GR - Grecia 1
KH - Cambogia 1
SA - Arabia Saudita 1
TH - Thailandia 1
Totale 12.658
Città #
Fairfield 2.052
Woodbridge 1.210
Houston 991
Ashburn 793
Seattle 780
Wilmington 732
Jacksonville 709
Cambridge 697
Ann Arbor 615
Chandler 554
Princeton 292
San Diego 174
Des Moines 115
Medford 109
Roxbury 109
Nanjing 108
Helsinki 83
Beijing 78
Boardman 73
Padova 70
Singapore 49
Dublin 33
Shenyang 33
Hebei 30
Guangzhou 29
Dong Ket 28
London 23
Nanchang 23
Yenibosna 20
Jiaxing 16
Tianjin 16
Changsha 14
Norwalk 14
Rovigo 12
Jinan 11
Falls Church 10
Milan 9
New York 9
Borås 8
Chiampo 8
Ogden 8
Rockville 8
Kilburn 7
Seongnam 7
Treviso 7
Indiana 6
Innichen 6
Kharkiv 6
Chicago 5
Redwood City 5
Shanghai 5
Brescia 4
Ferrara 4
Hounslow 4
Naples 4
Poli 4
Bari 3
Los Angeles 3
New Bedfont 3
Ningbo 3
Prescot 3
Rosà 3
San Francisco 3
Sydney 3
Trento 3
Acton 2
Apice 2
Auburn Hills 2
Augusta 2
Bath 2
Bochum 2
Bologna 2
Brooklyn 2
Carpi 2
Castel 2
Chambéry 2
Chiswick 2
Chongqing 2
Digos 2
Edgware 2
Falkenstein 2
Göttingen 2
Hong Kong 2
Islington 2
Jerusalem 2
Kyiv 2
Lodi 2
Montreal 2
North Easton 2
Oviedo 2
Puchong 2
Quinto Vicentino 2
Romano Di Lombardia 2
San Mateo 2
Shimasaki 2
Southwark 2
Taipei 2
Tappahannock 2
Vicenza 2
Yellow Springs 2
Totale 10.926
Nome #
A new training procedure for studying discrimination learning in fish 147
Sex Differences in Discrimination of Shoal Size in the Guppy (Poecilia reticulata) 138
Sexual harassment influences group choice in female mosquitofish 132
Copulation duration, insemination efficiency and male attractiveness in guppies 132
Factors affecting the measure of inhibitory control in a fish (Poecilia reticulata) 124
Do fish count? Spontaneous discrimination of quantity in female mosquitofish 122
Do humans (Homo sapiens) and fish (Pterophyllum scalare) make similar numerosity judgments 122
Do domestic dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) perceive the Delboeuf illusion? 122
Innate responses to male sexual harassment in female mosquitofish 119
Sexual selection for small size in male mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) 119
Male and female guppies differ in speed but not in accuracy in visual discrimination learning 119
Spontaneous number representation in mosquitofish 118
Experimental setting affects the performance of guppies in a numerical discrimination task 117
Cryptic female preference for colorful males in guppies 114
Brightness illusion in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata) 114
Sex differences in spatial abilities and cognitive flexibility in the guppy 114
Quantity discrimination by treefrogs 112
Extensive training extends numerical abilities of guppies 111
Sire attractiveness influences offspring performance in guppies 110
Guppies discriminate between two quantities of food items but prioritize item size over total amount 110
Artificial selection on laterality in the teleost fish Girardinus falcatus 109
Development and application of a new method to investigate cognition in newborn guppies 109
Early differences in epithalamic left-right asymmetry influence lateralization and personality of adult zebrafish 106
The costs of hemispheric specialization in a fish 105
Collective enhancement of numerical acuity by meritocratic leadership in fish 101
Number versus continuous quantity in numerosity judgments by fish 101
Sexual competition, coercive mating and mate assessment in the one-sided livebearer, Jenynsia multidentata. Are they predictive of sexual dimorphism? 100
Global/local processing of hierarchical visual stimuli in a conflict–choice task by capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.) 100
Large Number Discrimination by Mosquitofish 99
Guppies learn faster to discriminate between red and yellow than between two shapes 99
Isolation and genetic characterization of mother-of-snow-white, a maternal effect allele affecting laterality and lateralized behaviors in zebrafish. 97
Do fish perceive illusory motion? 96
Does brain asymmetry allow efficient performance of simultaneous tasks? 95
Emotional responsiveness in fish from lines artificially selected for a high or low degree of laterality 95
Numerical acuity of fish is improved in the presence of moving targets, but only in the subitizing range 95
Development and testing of a rapid method for measuring shoal size discrimination 95
Ontogeny of Numerical Abilities in Fish 93
Perception of subjective contours in fish 93
Exploratory behaviour covaries with preference for unfamiliar males in female guppies 93
Invasion success despite reduction of genetic diversity in the European populations of eastern mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) 90
Non-visual numerical discrimination in a blind cavefish (Phreatichthys andruzzii) 90
Extensive training extends numerical abilities of guppies 89
The cost of parental care and egg cannibalism in the river bullhead, Cottus gobio L. (Pisces, Cottidae) 89
Quantity discrimination in female mosquitofish 87
Complex maze learning by fish 83
Male phenotype predicts insemination success in guppies 82
Sexual behaviour of immature male eastern mosquitofish: a way to measure intensity of intra-sexual selection? 82
Inter-Specific Differences in Numerical Abilities Among Teleost Fish 82
Subliminally perceived odours modulate female intrasexual competition: an eye movement study 82
Consistency among different tasks of left-right asymmetries in lines of fish originally selected for opposite direction of lateralization in a detour task 82
Armaments and ornaments: an evolutionary explanation of traits of dual utility 81
Sex differences in discrimination reversal learning in the guppy 81
Individual-Level Consistency of Different Laterality Measures in the Goldbelly Topminnow 80
Male and female guppies differ in problem-solving abilities 80
Prenatal light exposure affects development of behavioural lateralization in a livebearing fish 79
Laterality enhances numerical skills in the guppy, Poecilia reticulata 79
Understanding the origin of number sense: A review of fish studies 79
Roots of brain specializations: preferential left-eye use during mirror-image inspection in six species of teleost fish 78
Further evidence for mirror-reversed laterality in lines of fish selected for leftward or rightward turning when facing a predator model 78
Insemination efficiency of two alternative male mating tactics in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata). 78
Processing of visual hierarchical stimuli by fish (Xenotoca eiseni) 78
Discrimination reversal learning reveals greater female behavioural flexibility in guppies 78
Male sexual harassment and female schooling behaviour in the eastern mosquitofish 78
Rotational swimming preferences in Mosquitofish: Evidence for brain lateralization? 77
Lateralized female topminnows can forage and attend to a harassing male simultaneously 77
Male competition and female choice in Padogobius martensi (Pisces, Gobiidae) 77
Use of ordinal information by fish 77
Discrete versus continuous quantities in non-primate species: the case of fish 76
The devil is in the detail: Zebrafish learn to discriminate visual stimuli only if salient 76
Lateralization of aggression in fish 75
Salinity mediates the competitive interactions between invasive mosquitofish and an endangered fish 75
Lateralized fish perform better than nonlateralized fish in spatial reorientation tasks 75
Modularity and spatial reorientation in a simple mind: Encoding of geometric and nongeometric properties of a spatial environment by fish 74
Animals' use of landmarks and metric information to reorient: effects of the size of the experimental space 74
Enhanced schooling performance in lateralized fishes 74
Individual differences in cognition among teleost fishes 74
Complementary left and right eye use during predator inspection and shoal-mate scrutiny in minnows 73
Fish perform like mammals and birds in inhibitory motor control tasks 73
Sexual selection constrained by internal fertilization in the livebearing fish Xenotoca eiseni 72
Pawedness and motor asymmetries in toads. 72
Frogs and toads in front of a mirror: lateralisation of response to social stimuli in tadpoles of five anuran species 72
Lines of Danio rerio selected for opposite behavioural lateralization show differences in anatomical left-right asymmetries. 72
Detour tests reveal task- and stimulus-specific behavioural lateralization in mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) 72
Lateralization of predator-evasion response in a teleost fish (Girardinus falcatus) 72
Escape behaviour elicited by a visual stimulus. A comparison between lateralised and non-lateralised female topminnows 71
Sexual selection and sexual size dimorphism in the eastern mosquitofishGambusia holbrooki(Pisces Poeciliidae) 71
Measuring recognition memory in zebrafish larvae: issues and limitations 71
Possible evolutionary origins of cognitive brain lateralization. 70
A comparison of aggressive behaviour in isolated and dominant male mice 70
Ontogeny of the capacity to compare discrete quantities in fish 70
Lateralization of detour behaviour in poeciliid fish: the effect of species, gender and sexual motivation. 68
Costi e benefici della lateralizzazione cerebrale. Studi condotti sul teleosteo Girardinus falcatus 67
Use of number by fish 67
The genome of the platyfish, Xiphophorus maculatus, provides insights into evolutionary adaptation and several complex traits 67
Similar numerical systems among vertebrates? An inter-specific study in teleost fish 67
Female mate choice, male-male competition and parental care in the river bullhead, Cottus gobio L. (Pisces, Cottidae) 66
The effect of experience and olfactory cue in an inhibitory control task in guppies, Poecilia reticulata 66
Variation of female preference for male coloration in the eastern mosquitofish Gambusia holbrooki 65
Male Mate Preferences in the Mosquitofish Gambusia holbrooki 65
Correlates of male reproductive success in Padogobius martensi (Gobiidae) 65
Totale 8.907
Categoria #
all - tutte 42.587
article - articoli 39.667
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 788
Totale 83.042


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019472 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 472
2019/20203.073 438 124 44 244 355 267 312 365 332 241 187 164
2020/20212.492 79 227 91 204 190 207 63 240 355 373 322 141
2021/20222.236 62 221 324 113 148 90 73 249 184 94 262 416
2022/20231.443 332 32 12 126 307 234 6 108 183 8 59 36
2023/2024508 56 96 74 75 17 14 17 11 32 24 87 5
Totale 12.757