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Animal cognition: dogs' understanding of human knowledge
Dogs are outstandingly skillful in understanding humans. They understand simple gestures even when they are not/minimally socialized, something great apes or wolves can only do after excessive training. Dogs have also shown to und ...
Supervisor: Bonne Beerda, Jori Noordenbos
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
Social Behaviour: Does duck feeding change the social behaviour of coots in winter?
One element of urbanization is providing wild animals with supplemental food. Feeding ducks is a prime example and happens on a massive scale. What consequences does this extra influx of resources have on animal behaviour. Do wate ...
Supervisor: Lysanne Snijders (WUR-BHE), Sven Teurlincx (NIOO-KNAW)
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
Do predators make prey smarter? Cognition in fish
Predation affects the evolution of life history, morphology and behaviour of prey. Surprisingly, the link between predation and these traits has not been tested experimentally. To fill this knowledge gap, we created six lines of a ...
Supervisor: Hannah De Waele
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
Eurasian magpies: Vocalisations, anti-predator behaviour and population data
Projects on Eurasian magpies in and around Wageningen are available for a variety of topics about nesting (nest location, characteristics, density), vocalisations, anti-predator and territorial behaviour. Some topics can only be c ...
Supervisor: Miriam Kuspiel
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
Eurasian magpies: Vocalisations, anti-predator behaviour and population data
Projects on Eurasian magpies in and around Wageningen are available for a variety of topics about nesting (nest location, characteristics, density), vocalisations, anti-predator and territorial behaviour. Some topics can only be c ...
Supervisor: Miriam Kuspiel
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
Can Predatory Fish See UV?
Many species of coral reef fish have been shown to possess ultraviolet (UV) vision. UV vision has mostly been investigated in smaller prey fish, as bigger predatory fish are assumed to be UV-blind for several reasons. We hypothesi ...
Supervisor: Elizabeth Phillips, Alexander Kotrschal
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
Linking Social Competence & Cognition in a Cooperatively Breeding Fish
Social competence is the ability to accurately perceive and respond appropriately to social situations. In the cooperatively breeding cichlid (Neolamprologus pulcher), research has shown that early-life rearing conditions can impa ...
Supervisor: Elizabeth Phillips, Alexander Kotrschal
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
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