Oxána Bánszegi
Oxána Bánszegi
UNAM Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas
Verified email at iibiomedicas.unam.mx
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Intrauterine position influences anatomy and behavior in domestic rabbits
O Bánszegi, V Altbäcker, Á Bilkó
Physiology & behavior 98 (3), 258-262, 2009
More or less: spontaneous quantity discrimination in the domestic cat
O Bánszegi, A Urrutia, P Szenczi, R Hudson
Animal Cognition 19 (5), 879-888, 2016
Anogenital distance as a predictor of attractiveness, litter size and sex ratio of rabbit does
O Bánszegi, P Szenczi, K Dombay, Á Bilkó, V Altbäcker
Physiology & behavior 105 (5), 1226-1230, 2012
Testosterone treatment of pregnant rabbits affects sexual development of their daughters
O Bánszegi, V Altbäcker, A Dúcs, Á Bilkó
Physiology & behavior 101 (4), 422-427, 2010
Morphology and function of communal mounds of overwintering mound-building mice (Mus spicilegus)
P Szenczi, O Bánszegi, A Dúcs, CI Gedeon, G Markó, I Németh, ...
Journal of Mammalogy 92 (4), 852-860, 2011
Stable individual differences in separation calls during early development in cats and mice
R Hudson, M Rangassamy, A Saldańa, O Bánszegi, HG Rödel
Frontiers in Zoology 12 (1), 1-12, 2015
EDAPHOLOG monitoring system: automatic, real‐time detection of soil microarthropods
M Dombos, A Kosztolányi, K Szlávecz, C Gedeon, N Flórián, Z Groó, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (3), 313-321, 2017
Development of the social behavior of two mice species with contrasting social systems
P Szenczi, O Bánszegi, Z Groó, V Altbäcker
Aggressive behavior 38 (4), 288-297, 2012
New method for automatic body length measurement of the collembolan, Folsomia candida Willem 1902 (insecta: Collembola)
O Banszegi, A Kosztolányi, G Bakonyi, B Szabó, M Dombos
PLoS One 9 (6), e98230, 2014
Mother–offspring recognition in the domestic cat: Kittens recognize their own mother's call
P Szenczi, O Bánszegi, A Urrutia, T Faragó, R Hudson
Developmental Psychobiology 58 (5), 568-577, 2016
Anogenital distance and condition as predictors of litter sex ratio in two mouse species: a study of the house mouse (Mus musculus) and mound-building mouse (Mus spicilegus)
P Szenczi, O Banszegi, Z Groo, V Altbäcker
PLoS One 8 (9), e74066, 2013
Stable individual differences in vocalisation and motor activity during acute stress in the domestic cat
A Urrutia, S Martínez-Byer, P Szenczi, R Hudson, O Bánszegi
Behavioural processes 165, 58-65, 2019
Natal dispersal in two mice species with contrasting social systems
Z Groo, P Szenczi, O Banszegi, V Altbäcker
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (2), 235-242, 2013
Perception of the Delboeuf illusion by the adult domestic cat (Felis silvestris catus) in comparison with other mammals.
P Szenczi, ZI Velázquez-López, A Urrutia, R Hudson, O Bánszegi
Journal of Comparative Psychology 133 (2), 223, 2019
The contribution of the vegetable material layer to the insulation capacities and water proofing of artificial Mus spicilegus mounds
P Szenczi, D Kopcsó, O Bánszegi, V Altbäcker
Mammalian Biology 77 (5), 327-331, 2012
An Opto-electronic sensor for detecting soil microarthropods and estimating their size in field conditions
CI Gedeon, N Flórián, P Liszli, B Hambek-Oláh, O Bánszegi, ...
Sensors 17 (8), 1757, 2017
Highly stable individual differences in the emission of separation calls during early development in the domestic cat
R Hudson, J Chacha, O Bánszegi, P Szenczi, HG Rödel
Developmental psychobiology 59 (3), 367-374, 2017
Conflict or consensus? Synchronous change in mother–young vocal communication across weaning in the cat
O Bánszegi, P Szenczi, A Urrutia, R Hudson
Animal Behaviour 130, 233-240, 2017
Can but don’t: Olfactory discrimination between own and alien offspring in the domestic cat
O Bánszegi, E Jacinto, A Urrutia, P Szenczi, R Hudson
Animal cognition 20 (4), 795-804, 2017
Revisiting more or less: Influence of numerosity and size on potential prey choice in the domestic cat
J Chacha, P Szenczi, D González, S Martínez-Byer, R Hudson, ...
Animal cognition, 1-11, 2020
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