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 Refereeing
a) Research grants National Science Foundation


b) Journals
    (cumulative)
Current Directions in Psychological Science
Ethology
Ibis
Journal of Comparative Physiology
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes
Journal of Neurobiology
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
Science

Under review  
Salwiczek, L.H., Wickler, W. "Evolution - the most disquieting topic in behaviour research. Re-considering Tinbergen's "Four Whys".
Wickler, W., Salwiczek, L.H. "Adult birds' baby talk - In quest of birdsong semantics"

 Publications
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 25.

Salwiczek L.H. (2011): Beispiele kognitiver Leistungen von Vögeln. Natur und Wissen - Mitteilungen des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins Hamburg 8, 12-15. pdf

 24.

Salwiczek L.H., Bshary R. (2011): Cleaner wrasses keep track of 'when' and 'what' in a foraging task. Ethology 117, 939-948. pdf





23.
Brosnan S.F. , Salwiczek L.H., Bshary R. (2010): The interplay of cognition and cooperation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 365, 2699-2710. pdf

22.
Salwiczek L.H., Watanabe A., Clayton N.S. (2010): Ten years of research into avian models of episodic-like memory and its implications for developmental and comparative cognition. Behavioural Brain Research 251, 221-234. pdf

21.
Salwiczek L.H., Emery N.J., Schlinger B. & Clayton, N.S. (2009): Development of caching and object permanence in Western scrub-jays (Aphelocoma californica): Which emerges first? Journal of Comparative Physiology 123 (3), 295-303. pdf

20.
Salwiczek L.H. (2009): Neuroscience of Birdsong. Marler P. & Zeigler P. (eds). Science 323, 878. pdf

19.
Salwiczek L. H. & Wickler W. (2009). Parasites as scouts in behaviour research. Ideas in Ecology and Evolution 2, 1-6. pdf





18.
Salwiczek L.H., Dickinson A. & Clayton N. S. (2008). What do animals remember about their past? In: Cognitive Psychology of Memory. (Ed. by R. Menzel), Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 441-459. pdf




17.
Wickler W., Salwiczek L.H. (2007). Phylogenetic and cultural ritualization, as significant for confirmatory communication in animals and humans? In: Ritual Communication . Werner-Gren Foundaton for Anthropological Research. Paper prepared for Symposium 137.




16.
Bshary R., Salwiczek L.H., Wickler W. (2007): Social cognition in non-primates. In: Oxford Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology, Section II: The Comparative Approach. (Dunbar RIM, Barrett L, eds). Oxford: Oxford University Press; 83-101. pdf





15.
Clayton N.S., Salwiczek L.H., Dickinson A. (2007): Episodic memory. Current Biology 17, R189-R190. pdf




14.
Salwiczek L.H., Wickler W. (2007): The shaping of animals' minds. In: Making Minds. The shaping of human minds through social context (Hauf P, Försterling F, eds). Amsterdam: John Benjamins; pp. 179-195. pdf





13.
Salwiczek L.H. (2005): Zeitabschätzen bei Putzerfischen [Interval timing in cleaner wrasses]. Jahrbuch der Max Planck Gesellschaft, Tätigkeitsberichte pp. 491-493. pdf





12.
Salwiczek L.H., Wickler W. (2005): The shaping of animals' minds. Interaction Studies 6, 393-411. pdf 




11.
Salwiczek L. H. (2004): Immanuel Kant's sparrow. An integrative approach to canary-like singing house sparrows (Passer domesticus). phD-Dissertation, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich 239 p. pdf




10.
Salwiczek L.H. (2004): Gesangstraditionen und Sprache. [Song traditions and language] Jahrbuch der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, 725-729. pdf





9.
Salwiczek L.H., Wickler W. (2004): Birdsong: an evolutionary parallel to human language. Semiotica 151, 163-182. pdf




8.
Wickler W., Salwiczek L.H. (2004): Borniertes Spatzenhirn - Wie viel Hirn braucht Intelligenz. [Bird brain: on how much brain does intelligence rely?] Univadis Sommer- Dossier: Wunder Gehirn.




7.
Wickler W., Salwiczek L. H. (2004): The bigger the brain, the brighter the being? MaxPlanckResearch 1, 15-17. pdf




6.
Wickler W., Salwiczek L.H. (2003): Wie viel Hirn braucht Intelligenz? [How much brain does intelligence need?] MaxPlanckForschung 4, 14-17. pdf




5.
Wickler W., Salwiczek L.H. (2003): Foreign-language phenomena in birds: means to understand the evolution of high-level acoustic communication. In: Europäische Spachenpolitik/European Language Policy (R. Ahrens, ed.), Heidelberg : Universitätsverlag Winter; pp. 395-412. pdf

4.
Salwiczek L.H. (2002): Die sexuelle Evolution - Partnerwahl und die Entstehung des Geistes. Geoffrey E. Miller. Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 55, 220.




3.
Salwiczek L. (2001): Zusammenfassung der Generaldebatte. [Summary] In: Wie wir die Welt erkennen. (W. Wickler & L. Salwiczek eds.), Freiburg: Verlag Karl Alber; pp. 377-391. pdf




2.
Salwiczek L. (2001): Grundzüge der Memtheorie. [Main features of meme theory] In: Wie wir die Welt erkennen. (W. Wickler & L. Salwiczek eds.), Freiburg: Verlag Karl Alber; pp. 119-201. pdf




1.
Wickler W., Salwiczek L.H. (eds.) (2001): Wie wir die Welt erkennen. Verlag Karl Alber, Freiburg, 412 p.