Juliane Bräuer
Juliane Bräuer
Department of General Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Jena
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Making inferences about the location of hidden food: social dog, causal ape.
J Bräuer, J Kaminski, J Riedel, J Call, M Tomasello
Journal of Comparative Psychology 120 (1), 38, 2006
Domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) are sensitive to the attentional state of humans.
J Call, J Bräuer, J Kaminski, M Tomasello
Journal of comparative psychology 117 (3), 257, 2003
All great ape species follow gaze to distant locations and around barriers.
J Bräuer, J Call, M Tomasello
Journal of Comparative Psychology 119 (2), 145, 2005
Chimpanzees do not take advantage of very low cost opportunities to deliver food to unrelated group members
J Vonk, SF Brosnan, JB Silk, J Henrich, AS Richardson, SP Lambeth, ...
Animal Behaviour 75 (5), 1757-1770, 2008
Are apes really inequity averse?
J Bräuer, J Call, M Tomasello
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1605), 3123-3128, 2006
Chimpanzees really know what others can see in a competitive situation
J Bräuer, J Call, M Tomasello
Animal cognition 10 (4), 439-448, 2007
The domestication hypothesis for dogs’ skills with human communication: a response to Udell et al.(2008) and Wynne et al.(2008)
B Hare, A Rosati, J Kaminski, J Bräuer, J Call, M Tomasello
Animal Behaviour 79 (2), e1-e6, 2010
Visual perspective taking in dogs (Canis familiaris) in the presence of barriers
J Bräuer, J Call, M Tomasello
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 88 (3-4), 299-317, 2004
Are apes inequity averse? New data on the token‐exchange paradigm
J Bräuer, J Call, M Tomasello
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2009
Domestic dogs are sensitive to a human's perspective
J Kaminski, M Tomasello, J Call, J Bräuer
Behaviour 146 (7), 979-998, 2009
Dogs, Canis familiaris, communicate with humans to request but not to inform
J Kaminski, M Neumann, J Bräuer, J Call, M Tomasello
Animal Behaviour 82 (4), 651-658, 2011
When do dogs help humans?
J Bräuer, K Schönefeld, J Call
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 148 (1-2), 138-149, 2013
The effect of domestication and ontogeny in swine cognition (Sus scrofa scrofa and S. s. domestica)
A Albiach-Serrano, J Bräuer, T Cacchione, N Zickert, F Amici
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 141 (1-2), 25-35, 2012
Fairness in non-human primates?
J Bräuer, D Hanus
Social Justice Research 25 (3), 256-276, 2012
Domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) coordinate their actions in a problem-solving task
J Bräuer, M Bös, J Call, M Tomasello
Animal Cognition 16 (2), 273-285, 2013
The effects of domestication and ontogeny on cognition in dogs and wolves
M Lampe, J Bräuer, J Kaminski, Z Virányi
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-8, 2017
Chimpanzees do not take into account what others can hear in a competitive situation
J Bräuer, J Call, M Tomasello
Animal Cognition 11 (1), 175-178, 2008
Do dogs distinguish rational from irrational acts?
J Kaminski, M Nitzschner, V Wobber, C Tennie, J Bräuer, J Call, ...
Animal Behaviour 81 (1), 195-203, 2011
Apes produce tools for future use
J Bräuer, J Call
American Journal of Primatology 77 (3), 254-263, 2015
The magic cup: Great apes and domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) individuate objects according to their properties.
J Bräuer, J Call
Journal of Comparative Psychology 125 (3), 353, 2011
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