Conferences & Talks

Conference Presentations

2017

Nawroth, C., Albuquerque, N., Savalli, C., Single, M.-S., McElligott, A. G.: Goats prefer happy human faces. Talk presented at the 51th Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE), Aarhus, DK in August, 2017.

McElligott, A. G., Albuquerque, N., Savalli, C., Single, M.-S., Nawroth, C.: Goats prefer happy human faces. Talk presented at the joint meeting of the 35th International Ethological Conference (IEC) and the Summer Meeting of the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB), Estoril, PRT in August, 2017.

Nawroth, C., Wagner, L., McElligott, A. G.: Social referencing in domestic goats. Talk presented at the Graduate Meeting Animal Behaviour, Celle, GER in May, 2017.

2016

Nawroth, C., Brett, J. M., McElligott, A. G.: Tier-Mensch-Interaktionen von Ziegen (Capra hircus) während einer Problemlösungsaufgabe (Human-directed behaviour of goats during a problem-solving task). Talk presented at the 48th International Congress of Applied Ethology, Freiburg, GER in November, 2016

Nawroth, C., Baciadonna, L., McElligott, A. G.: Social learning in ungulates: the effect of a human demonstrator on goats in a spatial learning task. Talk presented at the 50th Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE), Edinburgh, UK in July, 2016

Ebersbach, M., Nawroth, C.: Can color cues increase toddler’s spatial memory? A study on object permanence involving the rotation of hidden objects. Talk presented by M. Ebersbach at the 58th International Conference on Memory, Budapest, HUN in July, 2016.

Nawroth, C., Baciadonna, L., McElligott, A. G.: Human demonstrator facilitates detour performance in domestic goats. Poster presented at the UFAW meeting, York, UK in June, 2016.

Nawroth, C., Brett, J. M., McElligott, A. G.: Human-directed behaviour by goats during a problem-solving task. Talk presented at the 8th DuCog meeting, Dubrovnik, HR in April, 2016.

Ebersbach, M., Nawroth, C.: New findings on object permanence among 2.5-year-olds concerning the rotation of hidden objects. Talk presented presented by M. Ebersbach at the 58th Conference of Experimental Psychologists, Heidelberg, GER in March, 2016.

Brett, J. M., Nawroth, C., McElligott, A. G.: Goats display human-directed gazing behaviour in a problem-solving task. Talk presented by J. M. Brett at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research, Manchester, UK in March, 2016

2015

Nawroth, C., von Borell, E., Langbein, J.: ‘Ziegen, die auf Maenner starren’ – Differenzieren Zwergziegen (Capra aegagrus hircus) zwischen menschlichen Aufmerksamkeitszustaenden und intentionalen Handlungen? (‘Goats that stare at men’ – Do dwarf goats (Capra aegagrus hircus) differentiate between human attentive states and intentional actions?). Talk presented at the 47th International Congress of Applied Ethology, Freiburg, GER in November, 2015.

Zheng, J., Schäfer, S., Ebschke, S., Nawroth, C., von Borell, E.: Effects of light intensity on rhythmicity of body core temperature and body lesion scores in growing pigs. Poster presented by E. von Borell at the 49th Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE), Sapporo, JP in September, 2015.

Nawroth, C., von Borell, E. & Langbein, J.: Goats track complex movements of hidden objects in an object choice task. Talk presented at the ASAB Easter meeting, Durham, UK in March, 2015.

2014

Nawroth, C., von Borell, E., Langbein, J.: Zwergziegen folgen komplexen Bewegungen verdeckter Objekte in einem Wahlversuch (Dwarf goats track complex movements of hidden objects in an object choice task). Talk presented at the 46th International Congress of Applied Ethology, Freiburg, GER in November, 2014.

Nawroth, C., von Borell, E. & Langbein, J.: Goats alter their behaviour depending on the head orientation of a human but don´t use head direction as communicative cue. Poster presented at the 48th Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE), Vitoria-Gasteiz, ES in July, 2014.

Nawroth, C., von Borell, E. & Langbein, J.: Goats that stare at men Dwarf goats (Capra aegagrus hircus) alter their behaviour depending on the head and body orientation of a human. Talk presented at the 7th European Conference on Behavioural Biology (ECBB), Prague, CZ in July, 2014.

Nawroth, C. & von Borell, E.:  Farm Animal Cognition Untersuchungen zu den mentalen Kapazitäten von Nutztieren. Talk presented at the Agrosnet Doktorandentag, Halle, GER in February, 2014.

2013

Nawroth, C. & von Borell, E.: Welche Informationen und Lernstrategien nutzen Schweine beim Wiederauffinden einer Futterquelle? (Which information and learning strategies do pigs use to relocate a food source?). Talk presented at the 45th International Congress of Applied Ethology, Freiburg, GER in November, 2013.

Langbein, J., Nawroth, C. & von Borell, E.: Ziegen, aber nicht Schafe, nutzen indirekte Informationen in einem zweifach-Wahlversuch (Goats but not sheep use indirect information in a two-way object choice task). Talk presented by J. Langbein at the 45th International Congress of Applied Ethology, Freiburg, GER in November, 2013.

Nawroth, C., Ebersbach, M. & von Borell, E.: Utilization of human  social cues in young domestic pigs. Poster presented at the 3rd ToK Conference of CompCog, Vienna, AU in July, 2013.

Nawroth, C., Ebersbach, M. & von Borell, E.: Comprehension of human social cues in young domestic pigs. Talk presented at the 47th Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE), Florianópolis, BR in June, 2013.

2012

Nawroth, C., Ebersbach, M. & von Borell, E.: Unterschiedliche  menschliche Aufmerksamkeitszustände beeinflussen das Wahlverhalten beim Hausschwein (Different human attentive states influence the choice behavior of domestic pigs). Talk presented at the 44th International Congress of Applied Ethology, Freiburg, GER in November, 2012.

Nawroth, C., Ebersbach, M. & von Borell, E.: Pigs´ use of human social cues and attentive states. Talk presented at the 46th Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE), Vienna, AU in August, 2012.

Nawroth, C. & von Borell, E.:  Kognitive Kapazitäten des  Hausschweins (Cognitive capacities of the domestic pig). Talk presented at the Agrosnet Doktorandentag, Rostock, GER in June, 2012.

2009

Nawroth, C., Haun, D. & Call, J.: Decision Making in the Great Apes – How to Deal with Uncertainty. Poster presented at the Metacognition & Mindreading workshop, Salzburg, AU in July, 2009.

 

Invited Talks

2017

„Farm Animal Cognition – Human-directed behaviour by goats” Bern, Switzerland, in October, 2017 – Vetsuisse, University of Bern.

„Farm Animal Cognition – Human-directed behaviour by livestock” Tänikon, Switzerland, in April, 2017 – Centre for Proper Housing of Ruminants and Pigs, Agroscope Tänikon.

„Farm Animal Cognition – Human-directed behaviour by livestock” Bristol, United Kingdom, in March, 2017 – School of Veterinary Sciences, University of Bristol.

„Farm Animal Cognition – Human-directed behaviour by livestock” Vancouver, Canada, in March, 2017 – UBC Animal Welfare Program, University of British Columbia.

„From Canids to Goats – Human-directed behaviour by livestock” Portsmouth, United Kingdom, in February, 2017 – Department of Psychology, University of Portsmouth

„Farm Animal Cognition – Human-directed behaviour by livestock” Newcastle, United Kingdom, in February, 2017 – Centre for Behaviour and Evolution, University of Newcastle.

2016

„Human-directed behaviour by livestock” London, United Kingdom, in November, 2016 – World Animal Protection (WAP).

„Human-directed behaviour by livestock” Godalming, United Kingdom, in October, 2016 – Compassion in World Farming (CIWF).

„Human-directed behaviour by livestock” Horsham, United Kingdom, in September, 2016 – Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA).

„Farm animal cognition – Human-directed behaviour in livestock” Berlin, Germany, in September, 2016 – Department of Veterinary Medicine, Free University Berlin.

„Human-directed behaviour by goats during a problem-solving task” Moulton, United Kingdom, in July, 2016 – Animal Welfare Research, Moulton College.

„Taking animal cognition to the farm“ Cambridge, United Kingdom, in April, 2016 – Faculty of Science and Technology, Anglia Ruskin University.

2015

„From primates to goats: Farm animal cognition and its implication for animal welfare“ Turin, Italy, in November, 2015 – Department of Life Sciences and Systems Biology, University of Turin.

„From primates to goats: Farm animal cognition and its implication for animal welfare“ Exeter, United Kingdom, in October, 2015 – Department of Psychology, University of Exeter.

„From primates to goats: Farm animal cognition and its implication for animal welfare“ London, United Kingdom, in March, 2015 – Department of Biological and Experimental Psychology, Queen Mary University.

2014

„Cognition studies in the agricultural sciences“ Göttingen, Germany, in November, 2014 – Department of Applied Ethology.

2013

„Farm animal cognition“ Halle, Germany, in December, 2013 – Promovierenden-Initiative Halle.

„Das ‚dumme‘ Schwein in neuem Licht – Wie die vergleichende Psychologie dazu beitragen kann, Nutztiere tiergerechter zu halten. (The ’stupid‘ pig revisited How comparative psychologists can help to improve housing conditions of farm animals)“ Vienna, Austria, in November, 2013 – Workshop Human-Animal Interactions.

„Farm animal cognition“ Kassel, Germany, in November, 2013 – Department of Developmental Psychology.

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