Ludwig Huber (biologist)

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Ludwig Huber (Juli 25, 1964 in Neunkirchen, Austria) is a professor and cognitive biologist at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna and is the head of the Messerli Institute. He is co-founder and was head of the Department of Cognitive Biology at the University of Vienna.[1]

His research is focused on the experimental and comparative study of animal cognition, and he has worked with a wide variety of species, including pigeons, dogs, keas, and marmosets.[2]

In addition Huber is a lecturer at the Charles University in Prague.

Works[edit]

  • Huber, L. (2001). "Visual categorization in pigeons," in Avian Visual Cognition, edited by R. Cook (Comparative Cognition Press, Medford, MA).
  • Voelkel, B., and Huber, L. (2000). "True imitation in marmosets," Anim. Behav. 60, 195-202.
  • Huber, L., and Gajdon, G. K. (2006). "Technical intelligence in animals: the kea model," Anim. Cog 9, 295-305.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://cogbio.univie.ac.at/
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-06. Retrieved 2011-01-24.