This page lists all accepted oral presentations, posters and demonstrations,
ordered alphabetically by first author.
- N.O. Bernsen, I. Dybkjær and M. Kolodnytsky (Odense,
Denmark). The visual interface
for the NITE Workbench: a tool for annotation of natural interactivity
and multimodal data.
- B. Bert (Berlin, Germany). Phenotypic
characterisation of transgenic mice: choosing the right test battery.
- B.F. Bianco (Parma, Italy). Captive
bred cheetah behaviour, a study of an ex-situ conservation program.
- E. Binder, A. Roedel, F. Holsboer and F. Ohl (Munich,
Germany). The modified hole board
as a large-scale screen for cognitive alterations.
- N.A. Bobko (Kiev, Ukraine). Stress
measuring in the mental activity of shiftworkers.
- J.W. Bodfish and F.J. Symons (Morganton, NC, U.S.A.).
Observational measurement and sequential
analysis of the effects of naltrexone on the social mediation of self-injurious
- J. Boenigk (Mondsee, Austria). On
the use of video-microscopy for the analysis of protist feeding behaviour.
- A.J. Bongers (Barcelona, Spain). Using
electronic musical instrument design techniques for measuring behaviour.
- D. Brodkin, M. Bradbury, N. Warren, L. Bristow and M. Varney
(San Diego, CA, U.S.A.). Using
telemetry to measure stress-induced hyperthermia in metabotropic glutamate
receptor 5 knockout mice.
- R.E. Brown, S. Kehoe and S. Turner (Halifax, Nova Scotia,
Canada). Analysis of rodent ultrasonic
vocalizations using the TDT System II.
- R.E. Brown, A. Pickering, M. Williamson, K. Luedemann and C.
Nova Scotia, Canada). Evaluating
three versions of the Barnes maze for mice: some problems in developing
a test of spatial learning in mice.
- M.C.M. Bruijs, R.H. Hadderingh and H.A. Jenner (Arnhem,
The Netherlands). Deflecting eels
from water intakes with light.
- K.J. Buck (Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.). Mapping
murine loci for physical dependence on ethanol.
- N. Cadée, E.S. Meyer, J.J.M. Theuws and L.P.J.J. Noldus
(Wageningen, The Netherlands). The
Observer Video-Pro: a versatile tool for the collection and analysis
of multimodal behavioral data.
- S.R.C. Campbell (Torrance, U.S.A.). Segmentation
and behavioral classification of mice using digital video.
- I. Cascăo, R. Gaspar and A.L. Custódio (Quinta Do
Conde, Portugal). The impact of
dolphin-watching boats on the resident bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops
truncatus, in the Sado Estuary, Portugal.
- J. Ceunen, E. Struelens, A. Janssen, F. Tuyttens, K. de Baere,
J. Zoons, B. Sonck, E. Vranken and D. Berckmans (Leuven, Belgium).
Developing a quantitative method for
objectively evaluating the behavior of laying hens in furnished cages.
- A.B. Cherepov, A.O. Lukashev, I.A. Novosyolov, K.S. Rayevsky
and K.V. Anokhin (Moscow, Russian Federation). Relationships
between novelty- versus d-amphetamine- induced behaviour and brain
c-fos expression in mice of two inbred strains: a functional systems
- S.G. Chinnici (Milan, Italy). Non-verbal
communication of emotions: analysis of behavioral patterns in children.
- C.M. Chisalita (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). Understanding
and supporting design team practice.
- L. Ciampolini (Firenze, Italy). Predicting
current glycemia by training subjects to use subjective feelings before
- P.J. Clemins and M.T. Johnson (Milwaukee, U.S.A.).
Automatic speech recognition and
speaker identification of animal vocalizations.
- X. Codony, A. Fisas, M. Jané, A.J. Farré and X. Guitart
(Barcelona, Spain). Anxiolytic
activity of E-5842, a potential atypical antipsychotic, in the isolation-induced
ultrasonic vocalizations in rat pups.
- J. Cohn, J. Xiao, T. Moriyama, J. Gao, Z. Ambadar and T. Kanade
(Pittsburgh, U.S.A.). Action
unit recognition in spontaneous facial behavior.
- E. Cutrell, M. Czerwinski and E. Horvitz (Redmond, WA,
U.S.A.). Subjective duration
assessment: an implicit probe for software usability.
- B.D. Damsgĺrd, T. Bolin and B.-S. Sæther (Tromsø,
Norway). Welfare in farmed fish:
aggression and formation of feeding hierarchies.
- L.D. Désiré, G. Toporenko, E. Delval, T. Vimal, G. Després,
I. Veissier and A. Boissy (Saint-Genès-Champanelle,
France). The effect of suddenness
and novelty on psychophysiological parameters in sheep.
- A. Döhrn, M.A. Pabst and K. Kral (Graz, Austria).
3-D representation of the landing approach
of Libellula depressa in a study of navigation mechanisms in
- D. Dow-Edwards and S. Melnick (Downstate, Brooklyn, NY,
U.S.A.). Correlation of brain
metabolism with stereotypic and locomotor behavior.
- S. Duncan (Chicago, U.S.A.). Using
Theme to analyze interaction structure and strategy.
- J. Edgerly-Rooks and S.M. Shenoy (Santa Clara, California,
U.S.A.). Measuring the
metabolic cost of spinning silk: development of a method for investigating
a silk spinning insect.
- A.P.J. van Eekelen and J.H. Houtveen (Amsterdam, The Netherlands).
Circadian rhythmicity in cardiac
stress reactivity: using the VU-AMS in a constant routine protocol.
- H.E. Eide and A. Finset (Oslo, Norway). Measuring
physician-patient communication applying The Observer and sequential
- S.E. Ellegaard and M.B. Andersen (Faaborg, Denmark).
Using databases in behavioral research
- a practical approach.
- I.V. Ermakova (Moscow, Russian Federation). The
algorithmic analysis of behaviour of rats in a radial water maze.
- L.A. van Eykern and E. Otten (Groningen, The Netherlands).
The simultaneous acquisition of
video, kinematic data and electro-physiological signals.
- L.L. Faulkner (Austin, U.S.A.). Quantifying
complex human behavior during system usability testing.
- W.F. Fledelius (Aarhus, Denmark). Using
hand-held game consoles for animal monitoring.
- M.A.G. Formanoy, F.C. Schasfoort, J.B.J. Bussmann, J.W. Peters,
D. Tibboel and H.J. Stam (Rotterdam, The Netherlands).
Continuous objective measurement
of pain indicators in children: a feasibility study.
- G.E. Gazit and D. Chen (Tel Aviv, Israel). Using
The Observer to analyze exploration in Virtual Worlds.
- S.G. Gebhardt-Henrich (Bern, Switzerland). Behavior
and fertility in different types of budgerigars.
- R. Gerlai, T. Fitch, S. Chaney and B. Adams (Indianapolis,
U.S.A.). Fear conditioning: automated
detection of immobility, and the need to do more!
- E.J.C. de Geus (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). Welcome
and introduction of the VU-AMS.
- R.H. Geuze and S. Hunnius (Groningen, The Netherlands).
Measurement and analysis of eye movement
and heart rate as markers of visual attention in babies.
- V.J.T. van Ginneken, P. Snelderwaard, R. van der Linden, N. van
der Reijden, Y. Robbers, G.E.E.J.M. van den Thillart and K. Kramer
(Leiden, The Netherlands). Regulation
of cardiac rhythm in fish under metabolic depression: a calorimetric
and radio-telemetric study.
- S. Gohole (Wageningen, The Netherlands). Investigations
on the foraging behavior of a pupal parasitoid of stemborers in an
- I. Golani, D. Lipkind, N. Kafkafi and G.I. Elmer (Tel
Aviv, Israel). Phenotyping mouse
locomotor behavior in 10 strains and across 3 laboratories using SEE
(Strategy for the Exploration of Exploration).
- V.V. Gorbunov (Kiev, Ukraine). A
behavioral theory of operator activity.
- A.-P. Goursaud (Houston, Texas, U.S.A.). A
mirror-task to assess emotional reactivity and temperament in non-human
- B. Gregersen, S.J. Greene and K.S. Gannon (Indianapolis,
U.S.A.). Novel application
of the Noldus UltraVox system for automated recording of maternal
separation-induced audible distress vocalizations in the guinea pig.
- P.F.C. Groot (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). A
technician's view on the future of the VU-AMS.
- Y. Guiard and P. Banton (Marseilles, France). Shape
versus size analysis of Fitts' aimed-movement paradigm.
- J. Harlaar and J. van de Pers (Amsterdam, The Netherlands).
SYBAR: an integrated system for gait
analysis in clinical rehabilitation.
- A. Harmsen, R. Wade Allen, T.J. Rosenthal, B.L. Aponso and S.
Markham (Huizen, The Netherlands). A
pc system for measuring driver behavior.
- P. Hawkins (Horsham, United Kingdom). Telemetry
and animal welfare: practical refinements.
- V. Haynal (Geneva, Switzerland). Prediction
of suicide risk from patients' and therapists' facial expressions.
- U. Heid and H. Voormann (Stuttgart, Germany). Querying
multimodal corpora represented in XML.
- A. Henderson (La Honda, CA, U.S.A.). Evolving
understanding: using video records in Interaction Analysis.
- M.V. Hernández-Lloreda, F. Colmenares and R. Martínez-Arias
(Madrid, Spain). Discontinuities
in the development of mother-infant relationships: application of
a two-piece linear model to the study of the relation between outcome
and underlying process.
- A. van Hirtum, J. Ceunen and D. Berckmans (Leuven, Belgium).
Vocality of the sound of coughing
- H.P. Holzer (Graz, Austria). Computer-aided
examination of schoolchildren's postural faults.
- P.J. Hoogeboom (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). Information
synchronisation through post-processing utilysing the PRN code.
- R.J.F. Houston, F. de lange, J.M. Dieleman and C.J. Kalkman
(Utrecht, The Netherlands). Long-term
neurocognitive deficit, cardiopulmonary bypass and microsphere injection
in the rat.
- J.H. Houtveen, S. Rieteveld and E.J.C. de Geus (Amsterdam,
The Netherlands). Derived contribution
of tonic vagal modulation of heart rate, central respiratory drive,
respiratory depth, and respiratory frequency to RSA during mental
stress and physical exercise.
- B.B. Houx, B.M. Spruijt and J.M. Baars (Utrecht, The Netherlands).
Automated infrared thermographic tracking
as a non-invasive tool for measuring long-term temperature effects
of social stress.
- E. Hunter, J.D. Julian, J.D. Reynolds and G.P. Arnold (Lowestoft,
United Kingdom). Linking individual
behaviour and population dynamics: Using electronic tags to measure
- E. Hunter (Lowestoft,
United Kingdom). Subdivision
of the North Sea plaice population: evidence from electronic tags.
- N. James, N.M.P. Jones and C. Hollely (Swansea, United
Kingdom). Reliability of selected
performance analysis systems in football and rugby.
- R.G. Jansen, R.G.M. Elbers, E.S. Meyer and L.F. Wiertz (Wageningen,
The Netherlands). Reliability
analysis on continuously measured behavioral data.
- J.P. Johansson and M.L. Carlsson (Göteborg,
social interactions in colour-marked rats adapted to a reversed daylight
cycle: ultraviolet lighting and fluorescent markers help avoid problems
with colour distinction in dim light.
- H.K. Käfer and G.K. Kastberger (Graz, Austria). Mobilising
for mass release of guard bees in Apis dorsata.
- H. Kang, T. Cootes and C. Taylor (Manchester, United Kingdom).
Face expression detection and synthesis
using statistical models of appearance.
- G.K. Kastberger, O. Winder and K. Steindl (Graz, Austria).
Observing and recording the defence
strategies of giant honeybees (Apis dorsata).
- A.K. Kirsch (Saarbruecken, Germany). Facial
expression during trauma exposition.
- K. Koeppen, K. Polkehn and Wandke (Zepernick, Germany).
A toolset to support logfile examinations.
- S. Kõks (Tartu, Estonia). Cat
odour exposure increases the expression of wolframin gene in the amygdaloid
area of rat..
- A.K. Kopatz, W. Henke and K. Grammer (Mayence, Germany).
Body language and mate choice: an
empirical ethological study.
- K. Kramer (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). The
use of radio-telemetry in small laboratory animals: recent advances.
- J.R. Kuipers (Wageningen, The Netherlands). Behavior
registration and analysis for driver training on simulators.
- R.K. Kumar (Pithoragarh, India). Measuring
behavioral effects of antidepressant drugs in Rhesus monkey (Macaca
- A. Lainson, R.A. Lainson and Y.B. Gould (Sydney, Australia).
HyperTrack - a software package specifically
designed for neuromuscular and motor control research in humans.
- V. Lanfranchi and A. Baravalle (Turin, Italy). Remote
web usability testing.
- T. Lashina (Eindhoven, The Netherlands). An
on-line user study investigating interaction between auditory and
visual user interface feedback.
- M.H. Lewis, K.M. Newell and J.M. Bodfish (Gainesville,
FL, U.S.A.). A dynamical disease
model of stereotyped movement disorder: measuring complexity and regularity
in motor behavior.
- H.-P. Lipp, D.P. Wolfer, G. Dell'Omo and A.L. Vyssotski (Zürich,
in-cage learning and activity monitoring system for 8-16 mice per
cage: INTELLICAGE and TRAFFICAGE for high-throughput screening.
- H.-P. Lipp, G. Dell'Omo and A.L. Vyssotski (Zürich,
Switzerland). New tools for ecological
and orientation research: E-Nest and Micro-GPS pathlogger..
- C.J. Machado and J. Bachevalier (Houston, U.S.A.).
Using two distinct testing environments
to assess decision-making skills in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)
after selective amygdala, hippocampal or orbital frontal cortex lesions.
- F. Magara, E. Welker, D.P. Wolfer and H.-P. Lipp (Lausanne,
Switzerland). Regional cerebral
2-deoxyglucose uptake during open-field exposure in mice: metabolic
patterns of habituation and exploratory activity.
- M.S. Magnusson (Reykjavik, Iceland). T-patterns
in behavior and DNA: detection and analysis with Theme and GeneTheme.
- T. Manser, T. Wehner and M. Rall (Zürich, Switzerland).
Anaesthetists at work: analysing the
operational composition of action sequences.
- J.C.M. Martin (Orsay, France). Measuring
cooperations between modalities in human multimodal behavior.
- H.M. Masuda, K.I. Ichikawa, K.G. Go and A.I. Imamiya (Yamanashi,
Japan). Measuring eye movement
and mouse pointing patterns on thumbnail images.
- L. McIlwain, M.Y. Merriweather and R.E. Paylor (Seattle,
WA, U.S.A.). Effects of test
experience in a mouse behavioral test battery.
- L.L. Meers, E. van Avermaet, C. Moons and F.O. Ödberg
(Merelbeke, Belgium). Behavioural
responses and heart rates of stereotyping and non-stereotyping geldings
to four stimuli.
- B. Meillon, J.M. Adam, B. Meillon, M. Dubois and A. Tcherkassof
(Grenoble, France) Methodology
and tools based on video observation and eye tracking to analyze facial
- P.E. Midford (Tuscon, U.S.A.). Ontology
as ethogram: knowledge representation for behavior.
- T.V. Mukhina, A.O. Lukashev, K.V. Anokhin and S.O. Bachurin
(Moscow, Russian Federation). Analysis
of animal path trajectories in terms of individual behavioral acts.
- R. Müller and L. Schrader (Schwerzenbach, Switzerland).
Measuring daily activity patterns
in dairy cows.
- M.R. Murphy and S.A. Miller (San Antonio, U.S.A.).
Ultrasonic vocalizations as a versatile
index of emotionality.
- F.B.A. Naber, S.H.N. Willemsen-Swinkels, J.K. Buitelaar and H.
van Engeland (Utrecht, The Netherlands). Play
behaviour and disorganised attachment in children suspicious for child
- A. Naujeck and J. Hill (Chelmsford, United Kingdom).
Foraging behaviour in horses: measurement
- P. Nedergaard (Copenhagen, Denmark). Do
female rats actually like sex?
- C.N. Niciporciukas and L.C. Sá-Rocha (São
Paulo, Brazil). Risk assessment
behavior of rats in the elevated plus maze - methodological aspects
and effects of typical and novel drugs.
- A.N. Nieder (Cambridge, MA, U.S.A.). Spikes
on the air: radio-telemetric transmission of multiple single-neuron
signals from behaving animals.
- M.J.M.A. Nijsen, N. Ongenae, B. Coulie and A. Meulemans (Beerse,
Belgium). Measuring visceral pain
in conscious animals.
- E.M. Nilsson and G. Bengtsson (Lund, Sweden). Predator
avoidance in Protaphorura armata (Collembola).
- M. Nilsson, K. Rydén Markinhuhta and M.L. Carlsson
(Gothenburg, Sweden). Assessing
cognition enhancing properties of antipsychotic agents by movement
pattern analysis in mice.
- M.C. Ouimet, J.P. Bédard and J. Bergeron (Montreal,
Canada). Using driving simulation
to predict road speed choice by young male drivers.
- M. Pantic (Delft, The Netherlands). Facial
gesture recognition from static dual-view face images.
- M. Panzera and E. Trobia (Messina, Italy). The
influence of different management conditions and preweaning handling
methods on foal/mare ethograms.
- D.R. Pasquali and P. Renzi (Rome, Italy). A
microwave radar device for monitoring locomotor behaviour in insects.
- F. Paterno and L. Paganelli (Pisa, Italy). WebRemUSINE:
a tool for usability evaluation of web applications.
- P.C. Pearce, T.M. Mann, K.E. Williams, A. Smith and E.A.M. Scott
(Salisbury, United Kingdom). Actimetry
- G. Peraus, S. Kohlmann, A. Bareiss, K.H. Konopka, B. Kohnke,
M. Voelkel, F. Wattler, M. Rudelius, J. Schlegel, A. Russ, M. Nehls
and G. Stumm (Munich, Germany). Complex
neurological and behavioral characterization of ENU mouse mutants.
- S. Pieper and J.F. Brosschot (Leiden, The Netherlands).
Using an electronic diary with the
- R.R. Plant, N. Hammond and T. Whitehouse (York, United
Kingdom). Towards an Experimental
Timing Standards Laboratory.
- R.R. Plant, P. Quinlan, N. Hammond and T. Whitehouse (York,
United Kingdom). Benchmarking
precision in the real world.
- K. Polkehn and M. Hildebrandt (Berlin, Germany). Evaluating
and studying the Internet: a challenge for client-side tracking of
user behaviour and automatic capturing of content.
- A. Popma, T. Doreleijers, H. van Engeland and S. van Goozen
(Amsterdam, The Netherlands). Neurobiological
factors in aggressive and antisocial juveniles.
- O.V. Prinzo (Oklahoma city, Oklahoma, U.S.A.). Encoding
pilot-controller communications using the aviation topic/speech act
- B. Puppe, P.C. Schön and G. Manteuffel (Dummerstorf,
Germany). Monitoring stress calls
of domestic pigs using linear prediction coding analysis and a self-organising
- V.N. Radchenko (Sevastapol, Ukraine). Illumination-dependent
variations of behavior and physiological indices in cultivated salmon
- G.G.H. Rakers (Eindhoven, The Netherlands). Fit
for market: understanding work patterns, to design solutions for professionals
- R. Reilly, P. Scanlon and N. Fox (Dublin, Ireland).
Facial expression analysis for assisted
- S. Reinecke, E. Shanina, T. Schallert and O.W. Witte (Jena,
Germany). Influence of a sequential
photothrombotic cortical lesions on forelimb use in rats.
- D. de Ridder (Delft, The Netherlands). Principal
components and curves for describing rodent behaviour.
- L. Riddle, T.L. Albrecht, M.D. Coovert, L.A. Penner, G. Quinn,
J. Ruckdeschel and C.E. Blanchard (Tampa, FL, U.S.A.).
The Observer Video-Pro based coding:
empirical evidence of value added.
- H. Riese, M. van den Berg, T.G.M. Vrijkotte, G. Willemsen and
E.J.C. de Geus (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). VU-AMS
derived cardiac function measures: validity and field studies.
- T. Roach, C.H. Volmar, R. Crescentini, A. Delledonne, F.C. Crawford
and M.J. Mullan (Tampa, FL, U.S.A.). Nesting
behavior as a phenotypic tool in APP transgenic mice.
- M.A. Rowley, J. Stitt and F.E. Hanson (Baltimore County,
Baltimore, U.S.A.). Image analysis
of caterpillar feeding behavior.
- J.P.A. de Ruiter, L. Vuurpijl and W.J.M. Levelt (Nijmegen,
The Netherlands). SLOT: an experimental
platform for studying multimodal communication.
- K. Rünkorg, S. Kõks and E. Vasar (Tartu, Estonia).
Behavior of CCK-B knockout mice in
place conditioning tests.
- E.S. Said and M. Khaled Choulli (Kenitra, Morocco).
Developing a new video analysis system
for the study of animal behavior.
- K. Sakaguchi, T. Hasegawa and G.K. Jonsson (Tokyo, Japan).
Movement synchrony at the beginning
of interactions of mixed-sex couples: male initiation, depending on
female risk perception.
- G.J.P. Savelsbergh (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). Measuring
motion behaviour in perceptual-motor development.
- K.M. Scheibe, A. Berger, S. Michaelis and J.W. Streich (Berlin,
Germany). Evaluation of living
conditions of free ranging animals by automated chronobiological analysis
- F.S. Schwab, D.U. Unz and P.W. Winterhoff-Spurk (Saarbruecken,
Germany). Viewers viewed: facial
expressions while watching TV news.
- U.R.R. Shafiq-ur-Rehman (Srinagar, Kashmir, India).
Open-field behavior in fish:
correlates of brain lipid peroxidation with lead exposure.
- A.P. Shortland, N.R. Fry and M. Gough (London, United
Kingdom). 3-D musculoskeletal
ultrasound as an adjunctive measure to clinical gait analysis.
- F. Smith (Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom). Developing
a system for capturing classroom interactions.
- M. Speroni (Cremona, Italy). Measuring
behavior of dairy cows milked by robot: automatically recorded data.
- D. Surjo, S.S. Arndt, F.J. van der Staay, U. Baumann and O. Huettmann
(Cologne, Germany). The "mouse
activity-centre": a new method to analyse spontaneous and running
wheel activity in mice.
- J.J.M. Theuws, W.J. ten Hove and E.S. Meyer (Wageningen,
The Netherlands). High quality
screen capturing: a step forward in usability testing with The Observer.
- M. van Tilborg, P. Roessingh, J.N.C. van der Pers and M.W. Sabelis
(Amsterdam, The Netherlands). Feeding
state-dependent and odour-conditioned anemotactic responses of a tiny
predatory mite on a newly developed locomotion compensator.
- P.G. Tillman and B.G. Mullinix (Tifton, GA, U.S.A.).
Measuring the host-searching behavior
of a parasitoid of the tobacco budworm on tobacco and cotton.
- C.M. Toris (Charleston, SC, U.S.A.). Bootstrapping
observational research techniques and technology into the undergraduate
- H.M. Toussaint (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). Measurement
of active drag in swimming.
- M. Tscheligi (Vienna, Austria). Drawing
conclusions from user experience data: a multidimensional challenge.
- H.E.J. Veeger, F.C.T. van der Helm and D.J. Magermans (Amsterdam,
The Netherlands). Measuring upper
extremity motions for modelling and diagnosis.
- P. Veltink (Enschede, The Netherlands). The
artificial vestibular system: design of a tri-axial inertial sensor
system and its application in the study of human movement.
- R.P.H. Vertegaal (Kingston, ON, Canada). Letting
the cat out of the box: problems in the measurement and analysis of
human conversational behavior.
- Z.V. Virányi, J. Topál, A. Miklósi and V. Csányi
(Budapest, Hungary). Do they
know what we know? - a comparative study of dogs' and children's knowledge
- N.D. Volodarskaya (Kiev, Ukraine). Communicative
problems of orphaned children and tutors in situations of frustration.
- A.E.W. Wibe (Sunndalsøra, Norway). Using
video analysis in the study of behavioural effects of butyl benzyl
phthalate in threespine stickleback.
- G. Willemsen, G. Riese and E. de Geus (Amsterdam, The
Netherlands). Impedance derived
variables measured with the VU-AMS in a laboratory setting.
- P. Wittenburg (Nijmegen, The Netherlands). EUDICO:
a general tool set for annotating and exploiting multimedia signals.
- D.P. Wolfer (Zürich, Switzerland). Exploiting
video-tracking data to dissect watermaze learning and strategy choice
in mutant mice.
- H. Würbel (Zürich, Switzerland). Housing
matters: implications of developmental plasticity for behavioural
- H. Yang (Ann Arbor, MI, U.S.A.). Study
collaborative navigation in a Collaborative Virtual Environment (CVE).
- T.J. Zarcone and S.C. Fowler (Lawrence, U.S.A.). Quantifying
locomotion and paw slips in a grid-actometer / ataxia-meter chamber.
- R. Zemek and R. Socha (Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic).
A cost effective system for measurement
of motion activity based on video image analysis.
- J. Zumbach, S.C. Koch and G.K. Jonsson (Heidelberg, Germany).
Detecting interaction patterns in
task-oriented small groups: video analysis in social sciences research.
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