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    Animal Cognition

    Forrester, Gillian and Quaresmini, C. and Leavens, D.A. and Spiezio, C. and Vallortigara, G. (2012) Target animacy influences chimpanzee handedness. Animal Cognition 15 (6), pp. 1121-1127. ISSN 1435-9448.

    Forrester, Gillian and Leavens, D.A. and Quaresmini, C. and Vallortigara, G. (2011) Target animacy influences gorilla handedness. Animal Cognition 14 (6), pp. 903-907. ISSN 1435-9448.

    Folia Primatologica

    Quaresmini, C. and Forrester, Gillian and Spiezio, C. and Leavens, D.A. and Vallortigara, G. (2011) Gorillas and chimpanzees vary handedness based on the animacy of target objects: a theory for hemispheric specialization based on an evolutionary distinction of object animacy. Folia Primatologica 82 (4-5), p. 264. ISSN 0015-5713.

    Frontiers in Psychiatry

    Malatesta, G. and Marzoli, D. and Apicella, F. and Abiuso, C. and Muratori, F. and Forrester, Gillian and Vallortigara, G. and Scattoni, M.L. and Tommasi, L. (2020) Received cradling bias during the first year of life: A retrospective study on children with typical and atypical development. Frontiers in Psychiatry 11 , ISSN 1664-0640.

    Journal of Comparative Psychology

    Quaresmini, C. and Forrester, Gillian and Spiezio, C. and Vallortigara, G. (2014) Social environment elicits lateralized behaviors in Gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) and Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Comparative Psychology 128 (3), pp. 276-84. ISSN 0735-7036.

    PLoS One

    Rosa Salva, O. and Farroni, Teresa and Regolin, L. and Vallortigara, G. and Johnson, Mark H. (2011) The evolution of social orienting: evidence from chicks (Gallus gallus) and human newborns. PLoS One 6 (4), ISSN 1932-6203.

    eLife

    Szabó, E. and Chiandetti, C. and Téglás, E. and Versace, E. and Csibra, Gergely and Kovács, Á.M. and Vallortigara, G. (2022) Young domestic chicks spontaneously represent the absence of objects. eLife 11 , e67208. ISSN 2050-084X.

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