Julia Fischer
Julia Fischer
Cognitive Ethology Lab, German Primate Center
Verified email at dpz.eu - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Word learning in a domestic dog: evidence for" fast mapping"
J Kaminski, J Call, J Fischer
Science 304 (5677), 1682-1683, 2004
7792004
A humanized version of Foxp2 affects cortico-basal ganglia circuits in mice
W Enard, S Gehre, K Hammerschmidt, SM Hölter, T Blass, M Somel, ...
Cell 137 (5), 961-971, 2009
5582009
Reduced social interaction and ultrasonic communication in a mouse model of monogenic heritable autism
S Jamain, K Radyushkin, K Hammerschmidt, S Granon, S Boretius, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (5), 1710-1715, 2008
5152008
Use of statistical programs for nonparametric tests of small samples often leads to incorrect Pvalues: examples from Animal Behaviour
R MUNDRY, J FISCHER
Animal behaviour 56 (1), 256-259, 1998
4341998
Neuroligin‐3‐deficient mice: model of a monogenic heritable form of autism with an olfactory deficit
K Radyushkin, K Hammerschmidt, S Boretius, F Varoqueaux, A El‐Kordi, ...
Genes, Brain and Behavior 8 (4), 416-425, 2009
3042009
Baboon loud calls advertise male quality: acoustic features and their relation to rank, age, and exhaustion
J Fischer, DM Kitchen, RM Seyfarth, DL Cheney
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 56 (2), 140-148, 2004
2892004
Factors affecting reproduction and mortality among baboons in the Okavango Delta, Botswana
DL Cheney, RM Seyfarth, J Fischer, J Beehner, T Bergman, SE Johnson, ...
International Journal of Primatology 25 (2), 401-428, 2004
2352004
Acoustic features of male baboon loud calls: Influences of context, age, and individuality
J Fischer, K Hammerschmidt, DL Cheney, RM Seyfarth
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 111 (3), 1465-1474, 2002
2302002
Loud calls as indicators of dominance in male baboons (Papio cynocephalus ursinus)
DM Kitchen, RM Seyfarth, J Fischer, DL Cheney
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 53 (6), 374-384, 2003
2212003
The central importance of information in studies of animal communication
RM Seyfarth, DL Cheney, T Bergman, J Fischer, K Zuberbühler, ...
Animal Behaviour 80 (1), 3-8, 2010
2152010
The “acoustic adaptation hypothesis”—a review of the evidence from birds, anurans and mammals
E Ey, J Fischer
Bioacoustics 19 (1-2), 21-48, 2009
2142009
Female mice respond to male ultrasonic ‘songs’ with approach behaviour
K Hammerschmidt, K Radyushkin, H Ehrenreich, J Fischer
Biology letters 5 (5), 589-592, 2009
1882009
Acoustic features of female chacma baboon barks
J Fischer, K Hammerschmidt, DL Cheney, RM Seyfarth
Ethology 107 (1), 33-54, 2001
1872001
Functionally referential signals: a promising paradigm whose time has passed
BC Wheeler, J Fischer
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 21 (5), 195-205, 2012
1692012
Constraints in primate vocal production
K Hammerschmidt, J Fischer
The evolution of communicative creativity: From fixed signals to contextual …, 2008
1622008
Do age-and sex-related variations reliably reflect body size in non-human primate vocalizations? A review
E Ey, D Pfefferle, J Fischer
Primates 48 (4), 253-267, 2007
1442007
Barbary macaques categorize shrill barks into two call types
J Fischer
Animal behaviour 55 (4), 799-807, 1998
1401998
Ultrasonic vocalizations in mouse models for speech and socio‐cognitive disorders: insights into the evolution of vocal communication
J Fischer, K Hammerschmidt
Genes, Brain and Behavior 10 (1), 17-27, 2011
1362011
Baboon responses to graded bark variants
J Fischer, M Metz, DL Cheney, RM Seyfarth
Animal Behaviour 61 (5), 925-931, 2001
1342001
Male infanticide and defense ofinfants in chacma baboons
RA PALOMBIT, DL CHENEY, J FISCHER
1332000
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20