Maria Elena Miletto Petrazzini
Maria Elena Miletto Petrazzini
University of Padova
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Guppies discriminate between two quantities of food items but prioritize item size over total amount
T Lucon-Xiccato, ME Miletto Petrazzini, C Agrillo, A Bisazza
Animal Behaviour 107, 183-191, 2015
Large number discrimination in newborn fish
L Piffer, ME Miletto Petrazzini, C Agrillo
PLoS One 8 (4), e62466, 2013
Inter-specific differences in numerical abilities among teleost fish
C Agrillo, ME Miletto Petrazzini, C Tagliapietra, A Bisazza
Frontiers in psychology 3, 2012
What counts for dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) in a quantity discrimination task?
MEM Petrazzini, CDL Wynne
Behavioural processes 122, 90-97, 2016
Numerical abilities in fish: a methodological review
C Agrillo, MEM Petrazzini, A Bisazza
Behavioural processes 141, 161-171, 2017
Development and application of a new method to investigate cognition in newborn guppies
ME Miletto Petrazzini, C Agrillo, L Piffer, M Dadda, A Bisazza
Behavioural brain research 233 (2), 443-449, 2012
Honeybees use absolute rather than relative numerosity in number discrimination
M Bortot, C Agrillo, A Avargučs-Weber, A Bisazza, ME Miletto Petrazzini, ...
Biology Letters 15 (6), 20190138, 2019
A new training procedure for studying discrimination learning in fish
C Agrillo, ME Miletto Petrazzini, L Piffer, M Dadda, A Bisazza
Behavioural brain research 230 (2), 343-348, 2012
Quantitative abilities in a reptile (Podarcis sicula)
ME Miletto Petrazzini, I Fraccaroli, F Gariboldi, C Agrillo, A Bisazza, ...
Biology Letters 13 (4), 20160899, 2017
Numerical acuity of fish is improved in the presence of moving targets, but only in the subitizing range
C Agrillo, ME Miletto Petrazzini, A Bisazza
Animal cognition 17 (2), 307-316, 2014
Brain and behavioral asymmetry: A lesson from fish
ME Miletto Petrazzini, VA Sovrano, G Vallortigara, A Messina
Frontiers in neuroanatomy 14, 11, 2020
Do Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) Make Counterproductive Choices Because They Are Sensitive to Human Ostensive Cues?
S Marshall-Pescini, C Passalacqua, ME Miletto Petrazzini, P Valsecchi, ...
PLoS one 7 (4), e35437, 2012
Use of ordinal information by fish
ME Miletto Petrazzini, T Lucon-Xiccato, C Agrillo, A Bisazza
Scientific reports 5, 2015
Sex differences in discrimination reversal learning in the guppy
ME Miletto Petrazzini, A Bisazza, C Agrillo, T Lucon-Xiccato
Animal Cognition 20, 1081-1091, 2017
Quantity discrimination in trained lizards (Podarcis sicula)
ME Miletto Petrazzini, C Bertolucci, A Foą
Frontiers in psychology 9, 316739, 2018
Relative versus absolute numerical representation in fish: Can guppies represent “fourness”?
ME Miletto Petrazzini, C Agrillo, V Izard, A Bisazza
Animal cognition 18 (5), 1007-1017, 2015
Do domestic dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) perceive the Delboeuf illusion?
ME Miletto Petrazzini, A Bisazza, C Agrillo
Animal Cognition 20, 427-434, 2017
The importance of replication in comparative psychology: the lesson of elephant quantity judgments
C Agrillo, ME Miletto Petrazzini
Frontiers in psychology 3, 2012
Can reptiles perceive visual illusions? Delboeuf illusion in red-footed tortoise (Chelonoidis carbonaria) and bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps).
M Santacą, ME Miletto Petrazzini, C Agrillo, A Wilkinson
Journal of Comparative Psychology 133 (4), 419, 2019
Illusory patterns are fishy for fish, too
C Agrillo, ME Miletto Petrazzini, M Dadda
Frontiers in neural circuits 7, 2013
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