LOCONSOLE, MARIA

LOCONSOLE, MARIA  

Dipartimento di Psicologia Generale - DPG  

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A leftward bias negatively correlated with performance is selectively displayed by domestic chicks during rule reversal (not acquisition) 2020 Loconsole M.Perovic S.Regolin L. LATERALITY - -
A strategy to improve arithmetical performance in four day-old domestic chicks (Gallus gallus) 2017 Rugani, RosaLoconsole, MariaRegolin, Lucia SCIENTIFIC REPORTS - -
Are prime numbers special? Insights from the life sciences 2022 Loconsole M.Regolin L. BIOLOGY DIRECT - -
Here I am, why don't you answer me? Sensitivity to social responsiveness in domestic chicks 2023 Loconsole M.Regolin L. ISCIENCE - -
How spontaneous is spontaneous quantity discrimination in companion dogs? 2022 Normando S.Loconsole M.Regolin L. + APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE - -
Individually distinctive features facilitate numerical discrimination of sets of objects in domestic chicks 2020 Rugani R.Loconsole M.Simion F.Regolin L. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS - -
Jays are sensitive to cognitive illusions 2021 Loconsole M. + ROYAL SOCIETY OPEN SCIENCE - -
Lateralized declarative-like memory for conditional spatial information in domestic chicks (Gallus gallus) 2021 Loconsole M.Mascalzoni E.Regolin L. + SYMMETRY - -
Multi-modal cue integration in the black garden ant 2020 Loconsole M.Regolin L. + ANIMAL COGNITION - -
Neurons in the Endbrain of Numerically Naive Crows Spontaneously Encode Visual Numerosity 2018 Loconsole, Maria + CURRENT BIOLOGY - -
Pitch–Luminance Crossmodal Correspondence in the Baby Chick: An Investigation on Predisposed and Learned Processes 2022 Loconsole M.Regolin L. + VISION - -
Processing Individually Distinctive Schematic-Faces Supports Proto-Arithmetical Counting in the Young Domestic Chicken 2022 Rugani R.Loconsole M.Regolin L. + ANIMALS - -
Space-luminance crossmodal correspondences in domestic chicks 2021 Loconsole M.Regolin L. + VISION RESEARCH - -
Young chicks rely on symmetry/asymmetry in perceptual grouping to discriminate sets of elements 2021 Loconsole, MariaDe Agrò, MassimoRegolin, Lucia PROCEEDINGS - ROYAL SOCIETY. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES - -