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Gácsi, M.; Gyoöri, B.; Virányi, Z.; Kubinyi, E.; Range, F.; Belényi, B.; Miklósi, Á. Explaining Dog Wolf Differences in Utilizing Human Pointing Gestures: Selection for Synergistic Shifts in the Development of Some Social Skills 2009 PLoS ONE 5196 4 e6584
Horn, L.; Range, F.; Huber, L. Dogs’ attention towards humans depends on their relationship, not only on social familiarity 2013 5667 16 435-443
Range, F.; Bugnyar, T.; Schlogl, C.; Kotrschal, K. Individual and sex differences in learning abilities of ravens 2006 Behavioural Processes 4146 73 100-106
Range, F.; Horn, L.; Bugnyar, T.; Gajdon, G.; Huber, L. Social attention in keas, dogs, and human children 2009 Animal Cognition 4713 12 181-192
Range, F.; Huber, L. Attention in common marmosets: implications for social-learning experiments 2007 Animal Behaviour. 4208 73 1033-1041
Range, F.; Möslinger, H.; Virányi, Z. Domestication has not affected the understanding of means-end connections in dogs 2012 Anim Cogn 6322 15
Range, F.; Virányi, Z. Wolves are better imitators of conspecifics than dogs 2014 PLoS One 6246 9
Range, F.; Viranyi, Z.; Huber, L. Selective Imitation in Domestic Dogs 2007 Current Biology 5261 17 868-872
Virányi, Zs.; Range, F.; Huber, L. Attentiveness toward others and social learning in domestic dogs. 2008 Learning from Animals?: Examining the Nature of Human Uniqueness 4974 141-154