marco dadda
marco dadda
University of Padova, Department of General Psychology
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Do fish count? Spontaneous discrimination of quantity in female mosquitofish
C Agrillo, M Dadda, G Serena, A Bisazza
Animal cognition 11 (3), 495-503, 2008
Quantity discrimination in female mosquitofish
C Agrillo, M Dadda, A Bisazza
Animal cognition 10 (1), 63-70, 2007
Use of number by fish
C Agrillo, M Dadda, G Serena, A Bisazza
PloS one 4 (3), e4786, 2009
Does brain asymmetry allow efficient performance of simultaneous tasks?
M Dadda, A Bisazza
Animal Behaviour 72 (3), 523-529, 2006
Enhanced schooling performance in lateralized fishes
A Bisazza, M Dadda
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1573), 1677-1681, 2005
Behavioural asymmetry affects escape performance in a teleost fish
M Dadda, WH Koolhaas, P Domenici
Biology letters 6 (3), 414-417, 2010
Spontaneous number representation in mosquitofish
M Dadda, L Piffer, C Agrillo, A Bisazza
Cognition 112 (2), 343-348, 2009
Early differences in epithalamic left–right asymmetry influence lateralization and personality of adult zebrafish
M Dadda, A Domenichini, L Piffer, F Argenton, A Bisazza
Behavioural brain research 206 (2), 208-215, 2010
Lateralized fish perform better than nonlateralized fish in spatial reorientation tasks
VA Sovrano, M Dadda, A Bisazza
Behavioural brain research 163 (1), 122-127, 2005
Copulation duration, insemination efficiency and male attractiveness in guppies
A Pilastro, M Mandelli, C Gasparini, M Dadda, A Bisazza
Animal Behaviour 74 (2), 321-328, 2007
Male sexual harassment and female schooling behaviour in the eastern mosquitofish
M Dadda, A Pilastro, A Bisazza
Animal Behaviour 70 (2), 463-471, 2005
Lateralized female topminnows can forage and attend to a harassing male simultaneously
M Dadda, A Bisazza
Behavioral Ecology 17 (3), 358-363, 2006
The costs of hemispheric specialization in a fish
M Dadda, E Zandona, C Agrillo, A Bisazza
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1677), 4399-4407, 2009
Development and testing of a rapid method for measuring shoal size discrimination
T Lucon-Xiccato, M Dadda, E Gatto, A Bisazza
Animal Cognition 20 (2), 149-157, 2017
Do fish perceive illusory motion?
S Gori, C Agrillo, M Dadda, A Bisazza
Scientific reports 4, 6443, 2014
Temporal pattern of social aggregation in tadpoles and its influence on the measurement of lateralised response to social stimuli
M Dadda, VA Sovrano, A Bisazza
Physiology & behavior 78 (2), 337-341, 2003
Sexual harassment influences group choice in female mosquitofish
C Agrillo, M Dadda, A Bisazza
Ethology 112 (6), 592-598, 2006
Discrimination of the larger shoal in the poeciliid fish Girardinus falcatus
C Agrillo, M Dadda
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 19 (2), 145-157, 2007
Further evidence of an association between handedness and neuroanatomical asymmetries in the primary motor cortex of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
M Dadda, C Cantalupo, WD Hopkins
Neuropsychologia 44 (12), 2582-2586, 2006
Assessing memory in zebrafish using the one-trial test
T Lucon-Xiccato, M Dadda
Behavioural processes 106, 1-4, 2014
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