Publications of Isabelle B. Laumer

Journal Article (9)

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Laumer, I. B.; Jelbert, S. A.; Taylor, A. H.; Rossler, T.; Auersperg, A. M. I.: Object manufacture based on a memorized template: Goffin's cockatoos attend to different model features. Animal Cognition 24 (3), pp. 457 - 470 (2021)
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Laumer, I. B.; Massen, J. J. M.; Boehm, P. M.; Boehm, A.; Geisler, A.; Auersperg, A. M. I.: Individual Goffin ' s cockatoos (Cacatua goffiniana) show flexible targeted helping in a tool transfer task. PLoS One 16 (6), e0253416 (2021)
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Laumer, I. B.; Massen, J. J. M.; Wakonig, B.; Lorck-Tympner, M.; Carminito, C.; Auersperg, A. M. I.: Tentative evidence for inequity aversion to unequal work-effort but not to unequal reward distribution in Goffin's cockatoos. Ethology 126 (2), pp. 185 - 194 (2020)
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Laumer, I. B.; Auersperg, A. M. I.; Bugnyar, T.; Call, J.: Orangutans (Pongo abelii) make flexible decisions relative to reward quality and tool functionality in a multi-dimensional tool-use task. PLoS One 14 (2), e0211031 (2019)
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Laumer, I. B.; Caii, J.; Bugnyar, T.; Auersperg, A. M. I.: Spontaneous innovation of hook-bending and unbending in orangutans (Pongo abelii). Scientific Reports 8, 16518 (2018)
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Laumer, I. B.; Bugnyar, T.; Reber, S. A.; Auersperg, A. M. I.: Can hook-bending be let off the hook? Bending/unbending of pliant tools by cockatoos. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1862), 20171026 (2017)
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Auersperg, A. M. I.; Borasinski, S.; Laumer, I.; Kacelnik, A.: Goffin's cockatoos make the same tool type from different materials. Biology Letters 12 (11), 20160689 (2016)
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Laumer, I. B.; Bugnyar, T.; Auersperg, A. M. I.: Flexible decision-making relative to reward quality and tool functionality in Goffin cockatoos (Cacatua goffiniana). Scientific Reports 6, 28380 (2016)
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Auersperg, A. M. I.; Laumer, I. B.; Bugnyar, T.: Goffin cockatoos wait for qualitative and quantitative gains but prefer 'better' to 'more'. Biology Letters 9 (3), 20121092 (2013)
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