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Bílá, K.; Beránková, J.; Veselý, P.; Bugnyar, T.; Schwab, C. Responses of urban crows to con- and hetero-specific alarm calls in predator and non-predator zoo enclosures 2017 Animal Cognition 6159 20 43-51
Bugnyar, T. Knower–guesser differentiation in ravens: others' viewpoints matter 2011 Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 5287 278 634-640
Bugnyar, T.; Heinrich, B. Pilfering ravens, Corvus corax, adjust their behaviour to social context and identity of competitors 2006 Animal Cognition 2449 9 369-376
Bugnyar, T.; Kotrschal, K. Leading a conspecific away from food in ravens ( Corvus corax)? 2004 Animal Cognition 2080 7 69-76
Bugnyar, T.; Kotrschal, K. Observational learning and the raiding of food caches in ravens, Corvus corax: is it `tactical' deception? 2002 Animal Behaviour. 2904 64 185-195
Bugnyar, T.; Kotrschal, K. Movement coordination and signalling in ravens (Corvus corax): an experimental field study 2001 Acta ethologica 2081 3 101-109
Bugnyar, T.; Stöwe, M.; Heinrich, B. Ravens, Corvus corax, follow gaze direction of humans around obstacles 2004 Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 5009 271 1331-1336
Fraser, O.N.; Bugnyar, T. Do Ravens Show Consolation? Responses to Distressed Others 2010 PLoS ONE 5195 5 e10605
Griffin, A.S.; Tebbich, S.; Bugnyar, T. Animal cognition in a human-dominated world 2017 Animal Cognition 6129 20 1-6
Heinrich, B.; Bugnyar, T. Just how smart are ravens? 2007 Scientific American 4101 296 64-71