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Institut für Evolutionäre Anthropologie (IEA)

Publications

Publications

  • Burkart, J. & Heschl, A. (2005). Behavior reading, not perspective taking in common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). Primate Report 72: 22.
  • Burkart, J. & Heschl, A. (2005). Do nonhuman primates attribute mentalistic content to seeing? Proceedings of the 27th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society: 24.
  • Cacchione, T. & Burkart, J. (2005). Is the gravity bias traceable by action only – or by perception as well? Abstracts of the Biennal meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA: 34.
  • Burkart, J. & Heschl, A. (2005). Nonhuman primates’ perception of goal directedness. Abstracts of the Biennal meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA: 29.
  • Burkart, J. & Heschl, A. (2004). Non-human primates performance in object choice tasks: The role of chance probabilities and prepotent action tendencies. Folia primatologica 75: 361.
  • Burkart, J. (2004). Evolutionäre Vorläufer der Theory of Mind. Experimente zur sozialen Kognition bei Weissbüschelaffen. Ph.D. thesis, University of Zurich, CH.
  • Macho, S. & Burkart, J. (2002). Recursive retrospective revaluation of causal judgements. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 28 (6), 1171-1186.
  • Burkart, J. (2001). Krallenäffchen vor dem Spiegel. Versuche zur Phylogenese des sich Erkennens im Spiegel. Diploma thesis, University of Fribourg, CH.

In press

  • Cacchione, T. & Burkart, J. (in rev.). Nonhuman primates (Callithrix jacchus) show gravity bias in action, but not in perception based measures. Developmental Science.
  • Burkart, J. & Heschl, A. (in rev.). Geometrical gaze following in common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). Journal of Comparative Psychology.
  • Heschl, A. & Burkart, J. (in rev.). A new mark test for mirror self-recognition in non-human primates. Primates.

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