Christoph J. Völter
Repeated innovation in great apes
HM Manrique, CJ Völter, J Call
Animal Behaviour 85 (1), 195-202, 2013
The cognitive underpinnings of flexible tool use in great apes.
CJ Völter, J Call
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition 40 (3), 287, 2014
Establishing an infrastructure for collaboration in primate cognition research
M Primates, DM Altschul, MJ Beran, M Bohn, J Call, S DeTroy, SJ Duguid, ...
PLoS One 14 (10), e0223675, 2019
Causal and inferential reasoning in animals
CJ Völter, J Call
APA Handbook of Comparative Psychology 2, 643-671, 2017
Comparative psychometrics: establishing what differs is central to understanding what evolves
CJ Völter, B Tinklenberg, J Call, AM Seed
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
Exploring the dog–human relationship by combining fMRI, eye-tracking and behavioural measures
S Karl, M Boch, A Zamansky, D van der Linden, IC Wagner, CJ Völter, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 22273, 2020
Chimpanzees consider alternative possibilities
JM Engelmann, CJ Völter, C O’Madagain, M Proft, DBM Haun, H Rakoczy, ...
Current Biology 31 (20), R1377-R1378, 2021
Problem solving in great apes (Pan paniscus, Pan troglodytes, Gorilla gorilla, and Pongo abelii): the effect of visual feedback
CJ Völter, J Call
Animal Cognition 15, 923-936, 2012
Younger apes and human children plan their moves in a maze task
CJ Völter, J Call
Cognition 130 (2), 186-203, 2014
Collaborative open science as a way to reproducibility and new insights in primate cognition research
ManyPrimates, D Altschul, MJ Beran, M Bohn, K Caspar, C Fichtel, ...
Japanese Psychological Review 62 (3), 205–220, 2019
From exploitation to cooperation: social tool use in orang-utan mother–offspring dyads
CJ Völter, F Rossano, J Call
Animal Behaviour 100, 126-134, 2015
Cooperative problem solving in giant otters (Pteronura brasiliensis) and Asian small-clawed otters (Aonyx cinerea)
M Schmelz, S Duguid, M Bohn, CJ Völter
Animal Cognition 20, 1107-1114, 2017
Great apes and children infer causal relations from patterns of variation and covariation
CJ Völter, I Sentís, J Call
Cognition 155, 30-43, 2016
Schizotypy and behavioural adjustment and the role of neuroticism
C Völter, T Strobach, DS Aichert, N Wöstmann, A Costa, HJ Möller, ...
PloS one 7 (2), e30078, 2012
Chimpanzees flexibly update working memory contents and show susceptibility to distraction in the self-ordered search task
CJ Völter, R Mundry, J Call, AM Seed
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1907), 20190715, 2019
Information seeking about tool properties in great apes
M Bohn, M Allritz, J Call, CJ Völter
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 10923, 2017
Sensorimotor gating and D2 receptor signalling: evidence from a molecular genetic approach
C Völter, M Riedel, N Wöstmann, DS Aichert, S Lobo, A Costa, ...
International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology 15 (10), 1427-1440, 2012
Great apes (Pan paniscus, Pan troglodytes, Gorilla gorilla, Pongo abelii) follow visual trails to locate hidden food.
CJ Völter, J Call
Journal of Comparative Psychology 128 (2), 199, 2014
Extending the reach of tooling theory: A neurocognitive and phylogenetic perspective
JAD Colbourne, AMI Auersperg, ML Lambert, L Huber, CJ Völter
Topics in Cognitive Science 13 (4), 548-572, 2021
Dogs' looking times and pupil dilation response reveal expectations about contact causality
CJ Völter, L Huber
Biology Letters 17 (12), 20210465, 2021
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