AGRILLO, CHRISTIAN
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 6.458
EU - Europa 906
AS - Asia 333
OC - Oceania 8
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 5
SA - Sud America 1
Totale 7.711
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 6.441
IT - Italia 335
CN - Cina 214
FI - Finlandia 138
DE - Germania 135
GB - Regno Unito 78
RU - Federazione Russa 76
UA - Ucraina 66
SG - Singapore 52
SE - Svezia 38
VN - Vietnam 14
IE - Irlanda 13
TR - Turchia 13
FR - Francia 12
KR - Corea 12
IN - India 11
CA - Canada 10
AU - Australia 8
EU - Europa 5
MX - Messico 5
AT - Austria 4
JP - Giappone 4
MY - Malesia 4
NL - Olanda 4
IR - Iran 3
CU - Cuba 2
IL - Israele 2
TW - Taiwan 2
AR - Argentina 1
DK - Danimarca 1
ES - Italia 1
GR - Grecia 1
HR - Croazia 1
KH - Cambogia 1
LT - Lituania 1
RO - Romania 1
SA - Arabia Saudita 1
SI - Slovenia 1
Totale 7.711
Città #
Fairfield 1.245
Woodbridge 717
Houston 674
Ann Arbor 490
Ashburn 481
Seattle 446
Cambridge 394
Wilmington 387
Chandler 309
Jacksonville 144
Princeton 125
Des Moines 120
San Diego 116
Roxbury 104
Medford 99
Padova 91
Helsinki 68
Nanjing 58
Beijing 48
Rome 43
Singapore 36
Boardman 27
Shenyang 20
Falls Church 17
London 17
Nanchang 15
Dong Ket 14
Milan 14
Dublin 13
Yenibosna 13
Rovigo 12
New York 11
Hebei 10
Tianjin 10
Guangzhou 9
Mussolente 9
Naples 9
Borås 8
Jiaxing 8
Jinan 7
Ogden 7
Seongnam 7
Cagliari 6
Changsha 6
Poli 6
Cadoneghe 5
Gustavo Adolfo Madero 5
Kilburn 5
Norwalk 5
Prescot 5
Shanghai 5
Chicago 4
Hounslow 4
Los Angeles 4
Zhengzhou 4
Acquaviva delle Fonti 3
Capannori 3
Indiana 3
Lanzhou 3
Ningbo 3
North York 3
Palaiseau 3
Sassari 3
Sydney 3
Vienna 3
Wandsworth 3
Acton 2
Agordo 2
Apice 2
Artegna 2
Bath 2
Bloomington 2
Bochum 2
Brooklyn 2
Carpi 2
Edgware 2
Ferrara 2
Göttingen 2
Haikou 2
Islington 2
Jerusalem 2
Kharkiv 2
Kuala Lumpur 2
La Habana 2
Orange 2
Phoenix 2
Puchong 2
Rockville 2
Romano Di Lombardia 2
San Mateo 2
Taipei 2
Tappahannock 2
Tokyo 2
Turin 2
Venice 2
Wollongong 2
Andover 1
Ardabil 1
Atlanta 1
Brasov 1
Totale 6.613
Nome #
A new training procedure for studying discrimination learning in fish 147
Sexual harassment influences group choice in female mosquitofish 132
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
Spontaneous number representation in mosquitofish 118
Brightness illusion in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata) 114
Near-death experiences between science and prejudice. 112
Large Number Discrimination in Newborn Fish 111
Extensive training extends numerical abilities of guppies 111
Guppies discriminate between two quantities of food items but prioritize item size over total amount 110
Development and application of a new method to investigate cognition in newborn guppies 109
The costs of hemispheric specialization in a fish 105
Small and large number discrimination in guppies 102
Collective enhancement of numerical acuity by meritocratic leadership in fish 101
Number versus continuous quantity in numerosity judgments by fish 101
Large Number Discrimination by Mosquitofish 99
Near-Death-Like Experiences without Life-Threatening Conditions or Brain Disorders: A Hypothesis from a Case Report 99
Do fish perceive illusory motion? 96
Numerical acuity of fish is improved in the presence of moving targets, but only in the subitizing range 95
Discrimination of the larger shoal in the poeciliid fish Girardinus falcatus. 94
Ontogeny of Numerical Abilities in Fish 93
Choice of female groups by male mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) 91
Exploring the Jastrow Illusion in Humans (Homo sapiens), Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta), and Capuchin Monkeys (Sapajus apella) 91
Non-visual numerical discrimination in a blind cavefish (Phreatichthys andruzzii) 90
Turning to the larger shoal: are there individual differences in small- and large-quantity discrimination of guppies? 90
Extensive training extends numerical abilities of guppies 89
Guppies, Poecilia reticulata, perceive a reversed Delboeuf illusion 88
Quantity discrimination in female mosquitofish 87
Can Reptiles Perceive Visual Illusions? Delboeuf Illusion in Red-Footed Tortoise (Chelonoidis carbonaria) and Bearded Dragon (Pogona vitticeps) 87
Musicians outperform nonmusicians in magnitude estimation: Evidence of a common processing mechanism for time, space and numbers 85
Inter-Specific Differences in Numerical Abilities Among Teleost Fish 82
Do rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) perceive the Zöllner illusion? 82
Psychobiology of near-death experiences 82
Sex differences in discrimination reversal learning in the guppy 81
Individual differences in numerical skills are influenced by brain lateralization in guppies (Poecilia reticulata) 81
Illusory patterns are fishy for fish, too 81
Number without language: Comparative psychology and the evolution of numerical cognition 79
Laterality enhances numerical skills in the guppy, Poecilia reticulata 79
Understanding the origin of number sense: A review of fish studies 79
Near-death experience: Out-of-body and out-of-brain? 78
Do Domestic Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) Perceive Numerosity Illusions? 78
Use of ordinal information by fish 77
Near-death experiences as a tool for forming a broader comprehension of the link between consciousness and social perception: Commentary on Graziano and Kastner (2011) 76
Discrete versus continuous quantities in non-primate species: the case of fish 76
Perception of the Müller-Lyer illusion in guppies 76
How illusory is the solitaire illusion? Assessing the degree of misperception of numerosity in adult humans 76
The impact of brain lateralization and Anxiety-Like behaviour in an extensive operant conditioning task in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) 74
One vs. two non-symbolic numerical systems? Looking to the ATOM theory for clues to the mystery 73
Once upon a time there was complex numerical estimation 72
Do primates see the solitaire illusion differently? A comparative assessment of humans (Homo sapiens), chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta), and capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella). 72
The elusive illusion: Do children (Homo sapiens) and capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) see the Solitaire illusion? 72
Escape behaviour elicited by a visual stimulus. A comparison between lateralised and non-lateralised female topminnows 71
La cognizione numerica degli animali: il Teleosteo Gambusia Holbrooki come modello sperimentale 71
Ontogeny of the capacity to compare discrete quantities in fish 70
Individual differences in non-symbolic numerical abilities predict mathematical achievements but contradict ATOM 69
Numerical and arithmetical abilities in non-primate species 68
Anisotropy of perceived space in non-primates? The horizontal-vertical illusion in bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps) and red-footed tortoises (Chelonoidis carbonaria) 68
Use of number by fish 67
Similar numerical systems among vertebrates? An inter-specific study in teleost fish 67
Glimpse of ATOM in non-human species? 66
Everything is subjective under water surface, too: visual illusions in fish 66
Spontaneous versus trained numerical abilities. A comparison between the two main tools to study numerical competence in non-human animals 65
Ratio dependence in small number discrimination is affected by the experimental procedure 65
Numerical abilities in fish: A methodological review 64
The Importance of Replication in Comparative Psychology: The Lesson of Elephant Quantity Judgments 64
Epistemological implications of near-death experiences and other non-ordinary mental expressions: Moving beyond the concept of altered state of consciousness. 62
Number Versus Continuous Quantities in Lower Vertebrates 61
Exploring the solitaire illusion in guppies (Poecilia reticulata) 60
Relative versus absolute numerical representation in fish: Can guppies represent “fourness”? 59
Preliminary study to investigate the Delboeuf illusion in ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta): Methodological challenges 59
Quantitative abilities in a reptile (Podarcis sicula) 58
Forest before the trees in the aquatic world: global and local processing in teleost fishes 58
Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) are susceptible to the Kanizsa’s triangle illusion 57
The contribution of fish studies to the "number sense" debate 56
Anisotropy of perceived numerosity: Evidence for a horizontal–vertical numerosity illusion 56
Honeybees use absolute rather than relative numerosity in number discrimination 55
Size discrimination in adult zebrafish (Danio rerio): Normative data and individual variation 55
Evidence for Two Numerical Systems That Are Similar in Humans and Guppies 54
The ontogeny of continuous quantity discrimination in zebrafish larvae (Danio rerio) 54
Evolutionary foundations of numerical abilities: Evidence for similar numerical systems in humans and fish 53
Do rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) perceive illusory motion? 52
The school of fish: Large quantity discrimination in newborn guppies 51
Linear numerosity illusions in capuchin monkeys (Sapajus apella), rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta), and humans (Homo sapiens). 51
Exploring the Müller-Lyer illusion in a nonavian reptile (Pogona vitticeps) 49
Spontaneus preference for symmetrical stimuli in visually naive chicks 47
At the roots of math: Fish as a model to study numerical abilities in the absence of language 46
Discrimination of relative numerosity  in fish: a preliminary investigation in Gambusia holbrooki 45
Development of a minimally invasive procedure to study discrimination learning in newborn fish 44
Numerousness discrimination in fish: a preliminary investigation in female mosquitofish 43
Motion Illusions as Environmental Enrichment for Zoo Animals: A Preliminary Investigation on Lions (Panthera leo). 43
At the root of math: numerical abilities in fish 42
Two halves are less than the whole: Evidence of a length bisection bias in fish (Poecilia reticulata) 42
Sociality in newborn and young guppies 41
Do musicians perceive numerosity illusions differently? 40
Dogs (Canis Familiaris) Underestimate The Quantity of Connected Items: First Demonstration of Susceptibility To The Connectedness Illusion in Non-Human Animals 40
The Delboeuf illusion's bias in food choice of teleost fishes: an interspecific study 39
Does brain lateralization affect the performance in binary choice tasks? A study in the animal model Danio rerio 39
Yes, dogs are susceptible to the Kanizsa’s triangle illusion: A reply to Pepperberg 38
Large quantity discrimination in newborn guppies (Poecilia reticulata) 36
Totale 7.465
Categoria #
all - tutte 29.056
article - articoli 25.948
book - libri 123
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 671
Totale 55.798


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019250 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 250
2019/20201.650 214 75 30 123 191 133 184 189 189 136 125 61
2020/20211.317 69 67 38 183 62 133 45 116 191 155 155 103
2021/20221.591 37 117 220 120 52 64 66 180 139 110 128 358
2022/2023871 186 4 5 79 168 151 4 74 138 9 38 15
2023/2024435 44 56 59 51 20 54 18 20 26 23 63 1
Totale 7.819