Behavioural Physiology – Publications

Nawroth, C.; Rosenberger, K.; Keil, N.; Langbein, J. (2022):
Goats (Capra hircus) From Different Selection Lines Differ in Their Behavioural Flexibility. Front Psychol 12: 796464, 1-7
Otten, W.; Heimbürge, S.; Tuchscherer, A.; Kanitz, E. (2022):
The age of hair matters – the incorporation of cortisol by external contamination is enhanced in distal hair segments of pigs and cattle. Animal 16 (4): 100495, 1-6
Martorell Ribera, J.; Koczan, D.; Venuto, M. T.; Viergutz, T.; Brunner, R. M.; Goldammer, T.; Gimsa, U.; Rebl, A. (2022):
Experimental Handling Challenges Result in Minor Changes in the Phagocytic Capacity and Transcriptome of Head-Kidney Cells of the Salmonid Fish Coregonus maraena. Front Vet Sci 9: 889635, 1-14
Müller-Eigner, A.; Sanz-moreno, A.; de Diego, I.; Venkateswaran Venkatasubramani, A.; Langhammer, M.; Gerlini, R.; Rathkolb, B.; Aguilar-Pimentel, A.; Klein-Rodewald, T.; Calzada-Wack, J.; Becker, L.; Palma Vera, S.; Gille, B.; Forne, I.; Imhof, A.; Meng, C.; Ludwig, A.; Koch, F.; Heiker, J.; Kuhla, A.; Caton, V.; Brenmoehl, J.; Reyer, H.; Schön, J.; Fuchs, B.; Gailus-Durner, V.; Hoeflich, A.; Hrabe de Angelis, M.; Peleg, S. (2022):
Dietary intervention improves health metrics and life expectancy of the genetically obese Titan mouse. COMMUN BIOL 5: 408, 1-17
Nawroth, C.; Krause, E.T. (2022):
The Academic, Societal and Animal Welfare Benefits of Open Science for Animal Science. Front Vet Sci 9: 810989, 1-6
Rosenberger, K.; Simmler, M.; Langbein, J.; Nawroth, C.; Keil, N. (2022):
Responsiveness of domesticated goats towards various stressors following long-term cognitive test exposure. PeerJ 10: e12893, 1-25
Nawroth, C.; Langbein, J.; Puppe, B. (2022):
Swine Cognition. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior (Vonk J., Shackelford T. K., Hrsg.) Springer, 20.05.2022 (978-3-319-55064-0): 1461
Muñoz-Tamayo, R.; Nielsen, B.; Gagaoua, M.; Gondret, F.; Krause, E.T.; Morgavi, D. P.; Olsson, A.; Pastell, M.; Taghipoor, M.; Tedeschi, L.; Veissier, I.; Nawroth, C. (2022):
Seven steps to enhance Open Science practices in animal science. PNAS Nexus 1 (3): pgac106, 1-6
Nittynen, T.; Riihonen, V.; Moscovice, L. R.; Koski, S. (2022):
Acute changes in oxytocin predict behavioral responses to foundation training in horses. Appl Anim Behav Sci 254: 105707, 1-10
Moscovice, L. R.; Gimsa, U.; Otten, W.; Eggert, A. (2022):
Salivary Cortisol, but Not Oxytocin, Varies With Social Challenges in Domestic Pigs: Implications for Measuring Emotions. Front Behav Neurosci 16: 899397, 1-15
Moscovice, L. R.; Hohmann, G.; Trumble, B.; Fruth, B.; Jaeggi, A. (2022):
Dominance or Tolerance? Causes and consequences of a period of increased intercommunity encounters among bonobos (Pan paniscus) at LuiKotale. Int J Primatol 43: 434-459
Clay, Z.; Moscovice, L. R.; Gruber, T. (2022):
Bonobo Sexual Behavior and Psychology. In: The Cambridge Handbook of Evolutionary Perspectives on Sexual Psychology (Todd K. Shakelford, Hrsg.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge ( 978-1-108-94358-1): 370-400
Fóris, B.; Haas, H.-G.; Langbein, J.; Melzer, N. (2021):
Familiarity influences social networks in dairy cows after regrouping. J Dairy Sci 140 (3): 3485-3494
Peters, E. M. J.; Schedlowski, M.; Watzl, C.; Gimsa, U. (2021):
Stress und Covid-19: Ein narrativer Review über neuroendokrin-immune Mechanismen, die eine Abwehr von SARS-CoV-2 verbessern könnten. Psychother Psych Med 71 (2): 61-71
Peters, E. M. J.; Schedlowski, M.; Watzl, C.; Gimsa, U. (2021):
To stress or not to stress: Brain-behavior-immune interaction may weaken or promote the immune response to SARS-CoV-2. Neurobiol Stress 14: 100296, 1-11
Goursot, C.; Düpjan, S.; Puppe, B.; Leliveld, L. M. C. (2021):
Affective styles and emotional lateralization: A promising framework for animal welfare research. Appl Anim Behav Sci 237: 105279, 1-10
Raoult, C. M. C.; Osthaus, B.; Hildebrand, A. C. G.; McElligott, A. G.; Nawroth, C. (2021):
Goats show higher behavioural flexibility than sheep in a spatial detour task. Roy Soc Open Sci 8 (3): 201627, 1-9
Otten, W.; Bartels, T.; Heimbürge, S.; Tuchscherer, A.; Kanitz, E. (2021):
The dark side of white hair? Artificial light irradiation reduces cortisol concentrations in white but not black hairs of cattle and pigs. Animal 15 (6): 100230, 1-6
Bartels, T.; Berk, J.; Cramer, K.; Kanitz, E.; Otten, W. (2021):
Research Note: A sip of stress. Effects of corticosterone supplementation in drinking water on feather corticosterone concentrations in layer pullets. Poultry Sci 100 (9): 101361, 1-5
Düpjan, S.; Moscovice, L. R.; Puppe, B. (2021):
The role of enrichment in optimizing pig behaviour and welfare. In: Understanding the behaviour and improving the welfare of pigs (Edwards, Sandra (ed.), Newcastle University, UK, Hrsg.) Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, Cambrigde (978-1-78676-443-0): 1-27