Presentations: Index by Author
This page lists all oral presentations, posters and demonstrations, ordered alphabetically
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Index by Topic.
- F.A.A. van Acker, K. Kramer, S.A.B.E. van Acker, J.A. Grimbergen, G.R.M.M. Haenen,
W.J.F. van der Wijgu and A. Bast (Amsterdam, The Netherlands).
A telemetric study in mice on protectors against
- S.A.B.E. van Acker, R. Sibug, M. Fluttert and E.R. de Kloet (Leiden, The
Netherlands). Influence of the mineralocorticoid
receptor on heart rate and blood pressure of the rat.
- R. Aisner (Tel Aviv, Israel). Studying the Black
Rat's (Rattus rattus) nesting behavior: methodological considerations.
- A. Altorfer, S. Jossen, M.L. Käsermann, N. Foppa and H. Zimmermann (Berne,
Switzerland). Measurement and analysis of head
movement behavior during conversation.
- K. Ängeby Möller, B. Johansson and O. Berge (Huddinge, Sweden).
Assessing mechanical withdrawal thresholds of the
rat paw with a new electronic algometer.
- M. Azzolin, S. Furlati, G. Pellegrini and C. Trombetti (Bologna, Italy).
The Observer 3.0: the first study of the
behavior of a couple mother-calf of Tursiops truncatus.
- R.A. Bakeman (Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.). Analysis of
sequential data: methods, techniques and software tools.
- H.L. Ball and E. Hooker (Durham, United Kingdom).
"You wanna put a camera in our bedroom?" - Video
observations of parent-infant co-sleeping in the home environment.
- M.R. Ballintijn and A.M. van der Poel (Wageningen, The Netherlands).
UltraVox: an easy-to-use tool for automatic
monitoring of ultrasonic vocalizations.
- A. Baran, P.M. Mazurkiewicz, R. Czabak-Garbacz and I.I. Kozlovsky (Lublin, Poland).
Tuftsin analogue TP-7 and behavior of rats in the
- N.A. Bastrikova, I.S. Novoderzhkina, I.S. Kozhura and N.A. Sokolova (Moscow, Russia).
Stages of learning disturbances after
- R.S. Batty, M.T. Burrows, L.A. Nickell, S.A. Morley, D.A. Rowel, S. Gontarek,
P. Domenici and R.N. Gibson (Oban, United Kingdom).
Observing and measuring fish behaviour in the
laboratory and field.
- V. Baumans, J.A. Bouwknecht, H. Boere, K. Kramer, H.A. van Lith, H.A. van de
Weerd and H. van Herck (Utrecht, The Netherlands).
Intraperitoneal transmitter implantation in
mice: effects on behavioural parameters and body weight.
- J. Beaudichon, M. Durvie and M.S. Magnusson (Paris, France).
Does the social representation of a receiver
influence the structure of expert-novice interactions?
- R.D. Beer (Bayreuth, Germany). A simple
method for measuring heart-rate in guinea pigs during a standard handling
- K.L Bentson, F.P. Miles, C.A. Astley and O.A. Smith (Davis, CA, U.S.A.).
Simultaneous measurement of blood-borne
substances, heart rate, blood pressure, and behavior from freely moving
socially housed nonhuman primates.
- N.A. Bobko (Kiev, Ukraine). Computer-assisted
method for the observation of the functional state of shiftworkers under
prevalence of mental activity.
- M.L. Boccia and J.E. Roberts (Chapel Hill, NC, U.S.A.).
Behavior and autonomic nervous system
function as assessed via heart activity: the case of hyperarousal in
boys with Fragile X Syndrome.
- A. Borroni, A. Loy and E.M. Staderini (Rome, Italy).
Lab and field approaches to the study of
activity rhythms of fossorial insectivores: an interesting as well as difficult
- J. Bos and L.J.M. Mulder (Groningen, The Netherlands).
Workplace for Analysis of Task
performance: towards a more realistic environment for
experimental research on task performance.
- W.J. Budenberg, N.E. Symons and M. Smith (Nottingham, United Kingdom).
Customising The Observer Video-Pro to
facilitate coding of behaviour by untrained observers (parents of children with
- R.J.A. Bulthuis, A.F. Bergman, F. Schlingmann, J. Tolboom, R. Remie, H.A. van de
Weerd, P.L.P. van Loo, V. Baumans and L.F.M. van Zutphen (Hoofddorp, The
Netherlands). LABORAS: automated behaviour
classification of laboratory animals.
- M.O.S. Buma, J. Moskal and D. Liang (Wageningen, The Netherlands).
EthoVision Multi-Pro: improved animal
identification during automatic multi-object tracking.
- F.R.L. Burford, P.K. McGregor and R.F. Oliveira (Copenhagen, Denmark).
An investigation into fiddler crabs' (Uca)
response to playback of visual images.
- T.R. Chang and T.L. Maple (Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.).
Use of The Observer for behavioral research at
Zoo Atlanta's TECHlab.
- M. Chantome, D. Hasboun, P. Perruchet, D. Dormont, A. Zouaoui, C. Marsault
and M. Duyme (Paris, France). Relevant magnetic
resonance imaging in memory studies on healthy subjects.
- L.H. Christoph and J.P. van de Sande (Wageningen, The Netherlands).
Teaching the observation of human behavior:
combining printed media with computer software and digital video.
- R. Cocchi and C. Carli (San Costanzo, Italy). A new
computer program for the measurement of reaction times to simple visual and auditory
- A.R. Cools and D. Heeren (Nijmegen, The Netherlands).
Image-analyzing systems for the study of spatial
and postural transitions in rats.
- R. Czabak-Garbacz, B. Cygan, A. Anasiewicz and I.I. Kozlovsky (Lublin, Poland).
Measuring the behavioral structure of
rabbits in pharmacological experiments.
- S. Dalm, S. Grootendorst, E.R. de Kloet and M.S. Oitzl (Leiden, The Netherlands).
Quantification of search patterns in the Morris
- H. David (Bretigny-sur-Orge, France). Measuring
human behavior in large groups: a review of methods and techniques.
- R.M.M. De Almeida and A.B. Lucion (Sao Leopoldo, Brazil).
Comparison between maternal aggressive behavior
and anxiety in female rats.
- E. De Ridder, R. Pinxten and M. Eens (Wilrijk, Belgium).
Integrated measurement and analysis of
testosterone levels, dominance hierarchy and mate attraction behavior in
captive male European starlings.
- C. Desbiolles, R.M. Palmour and F.R. Ervin (Montreal, Canada).
Developmental analysis of temperament in
- D.W. Dickins, M.A.C.G. Kwint, M.S. Magnusson, C.M. Neads, L.P.J.J. Noldus
and V. Quera (Liverpool, United Kingdom). Using
"The Observer" to train (and observe) observers.
- F. Di Nocera and F. Ferlazzo (Rome, Italy). Resampling
approach to statistical inference: bootstrapping from event related
- A.A. Dorion, O. Salomon, M. Zanca, M. Duyme and C. Capron (Paris, France).
Magnetic resonance imaging and cerebral volumetric
evaluation: comparison of four post processing techniques.
- D. Drai, I. Golani, N. Kafkafi, T. Stern and Y. Veierov (Tel Aviv, Israel).
The segmentation of free animal movement into
- W.H.I.M. Drinkenburg, R. Roobol, A.B. Keith, A. Sahgal and J.S. Andrews
(Newhouse, United Kingdom). A novel nine-choice
serial reaction time paradigm in rats: effects of nicotine on tritated performance.
- D. Dudek (Lomianki, Poland). The application of
fluorescent powder to detect the use of space by the yellow necked mouse.
- S.D. Duncan (Chicago, IL, U.S.A.). Analyzing individual
differences in face-to-face interaction.
- M. Edwards (Parkville, Australia). Qualitative
measurement and assessment of a hand posture in a virtual environment.
- M. Eijkenboom and F.J. van der Staay (Cologne, Germany).
Effects of brain lesions on Morris water maze
performance in rats: testing the reliability of an automatic video tracking system.
- M. Eijkenboom and F.J. van der Staay (Cologne, Germany).
Effects of brain lesions on Morris water maze
performance in rats: inter- and intra-experiment variability.
- S.A. Ellwood (Oxford, United Kingdom). Remote
video surveillance of wildlife behaviour.
- B. Farbos, P. Carbon, S. Bourgeois and H. David
(Bretigny-sur-Orge, France). Performance
and psychophysiological measures of fatigue in air traffic
- E. Garcia-Castells (Mexico City, Mexico). Social
behavior sequences, behavior codons and the primate social context.
- M.S. Gerald (Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.). Methods
for quantifying animal color variation.
- S. Godrie, L. Freson, J. Jourquin and R. Geers (Heverlee, Belgium).
The use of an infrared sensor for automated
oestrus detection in individually housed sows.
- L.D. Goodwin (Denver, CO, U.S.A.). Reliability of
observational data: obtaining different results with different estimation
- W.A. Griffin (Tempe, AZ, U.S.A.). Converging
disparate data strings into a single behavior state indicator: conceptual and
graphical methods for intra-and intersubject data.
- O.B. Gritzay, V.E. Pilipenko and V.A. Dubinin (Moscow, Russia).
The behaviour of the cockroach Periplaneta
americana in "hot plate" and "open field" under the action of various
- J. Harlaar, R.A. Redmeijer and P. Tump (Amsterdam, The Netherlands).
The SYBAR motion analysis system:
integrated recording and display of video, EMG and force-plate data.
- M.K. van der Heijden (Amsterdam, The Netherlands).
Affective/motivational aspects in adult/child
- C. Heim, T.A. Sontag and K.H. Sontag (Northeim, Germany).
Analysing system for the study of cognitive
deficiencies in rodents.
- A.H.M. Hendriksen, H. de Vries, A.L.M. van Boxtel, R.G. Jansen and R.J.H. Trienes
(Wageningen, The Netherlands). Ethological
analysis on sociometric matrices using MatMan for Windows.
- T. Honda, Y. Kainoh and H. Honda (Tsukaba, Japan). A
simple method to measure the learned response to plant chemicals by parasitoids.
- P.J. Hoogeboom (Amsterdam, The Netherlands).
HEART: an objective and consistent way to
determine the relationship between physiological and performance measures.
- J.A.R.A.M. van Hooff and H.C. Veenema (Utrecht, The Netherlands). Testing
individual cognitive performance of group-housed long-tailed macaques using touch-screen displays.
- W.J. ten Hove and J. Jansen (Wageningen, The Netherlands).
Digital video: technical trends and opportunities for
users of The Observer.
- S. Hoy and M. Ziron (Giessen, Germany).
Investigations of laying behaviour of piglets in a
preference farrowing pen with two nest areas (warm water bed vs. reference system)
by The Observer / Video Tape Analysis System.
- Y. Ikeda and Y. Ishii (Kyoto, Japan). Characteristics
of cattle voice and their application to recognition of individuals.
- I.H. Iversen (Jacksonville, FL, U.S.A.). An
inexpensive method to automate the recording of direction and speed of individual
bouts of wheel running in rats.
- I.H. Iversen (Jacksonville, FL, U.S.A.). On-line
analysis of drawing and object moving on a touch-sensitive monitor: interaction
between finger position and object location on the monitor.
- I.H. Iversen and T. Matsuzawa (Jacksonville, FL, U.S.A.). Automated
training of line drawing and object movement (in fingermaze and sorting tasks) on a touch-sensitive
monitor in captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).
- I.C. de Jong, A. Sgoifo, E. Lambooij, S.M. Korte, J.M. Koolhaas and H.J. Blokhuis
(Lelystad, The Netherlands). Biotelemetric measurement
of the ECG in growing pigs: effects of social stress on heart rate, heart rate
variability and occurrence of cardiac arrhythmias.
- G.K. Jonsson (Reykjavik, Iceland). Detecting patterns
in complex behavioral processes with The Observer and Theme.
- S. Jossen, A. Altorfer, M.L. Käsermann, N. Foppa and H. Zimmermann
(Berne, Switzerland). Computer-based analysis
of physiological data in natural situations.
- I. Karasavvidis, J.M. Pieters and T. Plomp (Enschede, The Netherlands).
Comparing frequency-based with sequential
discourse analysis: convergence or divergence?
- M.L. Käsermann, A. Altorfer, N. Foppa, S. Jossen and H. Zimmermann
(Berne, Switzerland). Measuring
emotionalisation in everyday face-to-face communicative interaction.
- G. Kastberger and S. Biswas (Graz, Austria). Alarming
cascade in Giant honeybees (Apis dorsata).
- G. Kastberger and G. Kranner (Graz, Austria). Visualization
of multiple influences on flight behavior by the Viscovery data mining tool.
- N. Khonicheva and K. Nikolskaya (Moscow, Russia).
Behavior of rats in the complex maze:
typology of cognition activity in normal and brain-damaged animals.
- P. Koene (Wageningen, The Netherlands). Design and
analysis of experiments with single subjects.
- J.M. Koolhaas, S.F. de Boer, A. Sgoifo, B. Buwalda, P. Meerlo and K. Kato (Haren,
The Netherlands). Measuring behavior: integrating
behavior and physiology.
- K. Kramer, J.A. Grimbergen, P. Mills, D. Huetteman, B. Brockway, L. Zwiers
and H.P. Voss (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). Telemetry:
a new method to measure blood pressure in freely moving mice.
- R. Kumar, G. Palit and B.N. Dhawan (Lucknow, India).
Assessing behavioural effects of neuroleptic drugs
in rhesus monkeys.
- V. Langher, M. Cecchini, C. Lai, B. Margozzi and T. Taeschner (Rome, Italy).
Visual behavior towards a still face at
- L. Larsen, P. Gade-Nielsen, S. Ziebe and A. Giwercman (Copenhagen, Denmark).
CRISMAS - a new system for computer-assisted
- J.L. Lauter (Oklahama City, OK, U.S.A.). The
trimodal brain: integrating auditory neuroscience, brain imaging and the study
of behavioral disorders.
- P.B.A. van Lochem and M.O.S. Buma (Wageningen, The Netherlands).
Video tracking: improved methods for
identification of animals with color markers.
- P.B.A. van Lochem, M.O.S. Buma, J.B.I. Rousseau and L.P.J.J. Noldus (Wageningen,
The Netherlands). Automatic recognition of
behavioral patterns of rats using video imaging and statistical classification.
- R. Lohmann, O. Stiedl, J. Radulovic and J. Spies (Göttingen, Germany).
Computerized monitoring of activity and spatial
behavior is important in different learning paradigms.
- R.C. van Lummel and H.J. Busser (The Hague, The Netherlands).
Measuring locomotion behavior through gait
analysis based on accelerometry.
- A. Lund and L.L. Jeppesen (Copenhagen, Denmark). The
relationship between stress, stereotypic behavior and physiological state in farmed
- F.W. Maes (Haren, The Netherlands). CARDIA,
a program package for combined cardiovascular / behavioral data acquisition and
analysis in animals.
- M.S. Magnusson (Reykjavik, Iceland). Real-time
pattern detection versus standard sequential and time series analysis.
- R.E. Mayagoitia, J.H. Waarsing, A. Sánchez-Pineda and P.H. Veltink (Sheffield,
United Kingdom). Walking balance study
using a triaxial accelerometer.
- P.M. Mazurkiewicz, A. Baran, R. Czabak-Garbacz and I.I. Kozlovsky (Lublin, Poland).
Influence of CM-46 on the behavior of rats in
the open field.
- P. Meerlo, A. Sgoifo, S.F. de Boer and J.M. Koolhaas (Haren, The Netherlands).
Long term consequences of social conflict in rats:
telemetric measurement of heart rate, body temperature and locomotor activity.
- B.P.C. Melchers, I.H.C.H.M. Philippens and P.L.B. Bruijnzeel (Rijswijk, The
test systems in marmoset monkeys.
- A. Miklosi, R.J. Andrew and H. Savage (Brighton, United Kingdom).
The determination of body posture reveals
behavioural lateralisation in zebrafish.
- P. Mills, D. Huetteman, B. Brockway and S. Hachtman (St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.).
The design and performance of an implantable
device for monitoring blood pressure, heart rate and movement activity from
conscious freely moving laboratory mice.
- L.J.M. Mulder and J. Bos (Groningen, The Netherlands).
Measurement of work load in realistic work situations:
an integrated approach on the basis of physiological and behavioral measurements.
- R. Mundry (Berlin, Germany). A test of lumped
occurrence of patterns in sequences.
- F.B.A. Naber, G. de Krom, S.H.N. Willemsen-Swinkels and H. van Engeland (Utrecht,
The Netherlands). Intonation patterns in
autistic and non-autistic children.
- P. Nedergaard, E.T. Mellerup and P. Plenge (Copenhagen, Denmark).
Test methods for the analysis of sexual
behavior in male rats.
- F. Neuhäusser-Wespy and B. König (Zürich, Switzerland).
Living together - feeding apart: how
to measure individual food consumption in a social species.
- L.P.J.J. Noldus, J. Jansen, A. Brugman and J.R. Kuipers
(Wageningen, The Netherlands). Measuring
behavior in virtual environments.
- R. van Ouwerkerk (Groningen, The Netherlands).
Measuring work load in
real working environments: the marriage between behavioral and
- O. Ovadia, Z. Abramsky, B. Pinshow and B. Kotler (Beer-Sheva, Israel).
Studying foraging behavior of desert gerbils: an
individual-based approach using thermal imaging.
- R.M. Palmour and F.R. Ervin (Montreal, Canada).
Alcohol consumption in vervet monkeys:
biological correlates and factor analysis of behavioral patterns.
- M. Puopolo, A. Venerosi, F. Chiarotti and E. Alleva (Rome, Italy).
Continuous time Markov chain models: a useful
tool in understanding behavioural patterns.
- V. Quera and R. Bakeman (Barcelona, Spain).
SDIS-GSEQ 2.0: software for the analysis of
- V. Quera, A. Solonas, L. Salafranca, S. Herrando and F. Salvador (Barcelona,
Spain). P-SPACE: a program for simulating
- J.B.I. Rousseau, W.H. Gispen and B.M. Spruijt (Utrecht, The Netherlands).
A comparison of various analysis parameters of
locomotion patterns of rats in an open field.
- J.B.I. Rousseau, P.B.A. van Lochem, W. Melder, C. Costa-Florencio, W.H. Gispen
and B.M. Spruijt (Utrecht, The Netherlands).
Classification of rat behavior by a neural
- S.M. Rutter (North Wyke, Okehampton, United Kingdom).
Graze: a program to analyse recordings of the jaw
movements of ruminants.
- S. Sauer, M. Kinkelin and W. Kaiser (Darmstadt, Germany).
Measurement of behavioral sleep signs in honeybees
with a custom designed video interface.
- K.M. Scheibe, A. Berger, W.J. Streich and K. Eichhorn (Berlin, Germany).
Analysis of behavioral rhythms in free ranging
- A. Scheurink, J.M. Koolhaas and N.W. Meijer (Groningen, The Netherlands).
Animal alternatives in teaching and research.
- P.C. Schön, B. Puppe and G. Manteuffel (Dummerstorf, Germany).
A sound analysis system based on LabVIEW used to
characterise domestic pig (Sus scrofa) vocalisations.
- M. Sedelis, K. Hofele, S. Morgan, G.W. Auburger, J.P. Huston and R.K.W.
Schwarting (Düsseldorf, Germany). Comparing
inbred mouse strains: integration of behavioral and neurochemical assessments.
- A. Sgoifo, M.H. Kole, B. Buwalka, S.F. de Boer and J.M. Koolhaas (Haren,
The Netherlands). Video tracking of social
behaviors and telemetered ECG measurements in colony-housed rats.
- A.M. Sibbald, T.S. Smart and L.J.F. Shellard (Aberdeen, United Kingdom).
A method for measuring social behaviour of
individuals in a group: an example with sheep.
- J.A. Sikken, W.H. Brouwer, J. Bos and L.J.M. Mulder (Groningen, The Netherlands).
Redesigning a teleshop application using task
analysis and experimental behavior of older users.
- B.M. Spruijt, M.O.S. Buma, P.B.A. van Lochem and J.B.I. Rousseau (Utrecht, The
Netherlands). Automatic behavior recognition:
what do we want to recognize and how do we measure it?
- O. Stiedl, K. Birkenfeld, M. Palve and J. Spiess (Göttingen, Germany).
Telemetric heart rate measurements in freely
- R. Størkson and O.G. Berge (Bergen, Norway).
Assessment of analgesia and side-effects in
an animal pain model.
- T.V. Strekalova (Moscow, Russia). The
electric-foot defensive behavior model as a method to discriminate individual
coping strategy in rats.
- J.S. Szczechura and M. Malawski (Warsaw, Poland).
Eye movement characteristics in focal and ambient
vision tasks in pilot selection programs.
- T. Taeschner, P. Testa, M. Cacioppo and F. Lucchese (Rome, Italy).
Analyzing behavior in the classroom.
- L. Tang, F. Mulkens, S. Godrie, L. Freson, R. Zheng and R. Geers (Heverlee,
Belgium). Automatic analysis of the behaviour of
group-housed pigs by an image collection system.
- C.H. Teng, L. Jia and S.M. Moochhala (Singapore, Republic of Singapore).
Measurement of neuromuscular performance in rats:
a comparison of test methods.
- C.M. Thiel and R.K.W. Schwarting (Düsseldorf, Germany).
Studying the neurochemistry of behaviour:
neglected factors in behavioural testing.
- W.F. Tjallingii (Wageningen, The Netherlands).
The electrical penetration graph (EPG):
recording of penetration events by piercing mouthparts of insects.
- W. Tornatzky and K.A. Miczek (Medford, MA, U.S.A.).
Using biotelemetry for
integrated measurement of behavior and physiology in laboratory animals.
- Y.E. Toshev (Sofia, Bulgaria). Heuristic
approach for prediction of behavioral data.
- R.J.H. Trienes, J. Jansen, J.D. Carvalhais, C. Fujão, M. Magalhães,
F. Serranheira and A. Simoés (Wageningen, The Netherlands).
Observing ergonomics: The Observer Video-Pro in
- G.C. van der Veer (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). Collecting and modelling
situated task knowledge.
- D. de Waard and J.A. Rothengatter (Groningen, The Netherlands).
Measuring driver behavior.
- A. Weaver, M. Liefer and K. Johnson (Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.).
Method for identifying behavior states among
free-ranging bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus.
- A. Wheeldon (Harlow, United Kingdom). A
method to evaluate visceral nociception in concious free moving rats using activity
- M. Wiethoff (Delft, The Netherlands). Methodology
for usability tests.
- A.A. Wijers, H.T. van Schie, M.T. Kohrman and G. Mulder (Groningen, The
Netherlands). Using real-time neuroimaging techniques
for the study of cognitive processes.
- S.H.N. Willemsen-Swinkels, J.K. Buitelaar and H. van Engeland (Utrecht,
The Netherlands). Subtyping stereotypic
behavior in children: the association between stereotypic behavior, mood, social
context, and heart rate.
- N.A. Wright, A.S. McGown and J. Montgomery (Farnborough,
United Kingdom). Relationships
between brain activity and cognitive preformance during
overnight work: prediction of errors.
- H. Xin, J. Shao and J. Hu (Ames, U.S.A.). Image
analysis of swine postural behavior.
- M.Y. Ylieff, P. Poncin, C. Michel, J. Voss and J.C. Ruwet (Liege, Belgium).
The use of topographic numeric imaging tools and
computerized video tracking systems to study the reproductive behavior in fish:
towards a "field-lab" integrative approach.
- H. Zimmermann, M.L. Käsermann, A. Altorfer, S. Jossen and N. Foppa (Berne,
Switzerland). Measurement and analysis
of vocal aspects of communicative interaction.
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