Ivan Norscia
Ivan Norscia
Department of Life Sciences and Systems Biology - University of Turin
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Yawn contagion and empathy in Homo sapiens
I Norscia, E Palagi
PloS one 6 (12), e28472, 2011
The neuroethology of spontaneous mimicry and emotional contagion in human and non-human animals
E Palagi, A Celeghin, M Tamietto, P Winkielman, I Norscia
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 111, 149-165, 2020
Influence of Dry Season and Food Quality and Quantity on Behavior and Feeding Strategy of Propithecus verreauxi in Kirindy, Madagascar
I Norscia, V Carrai, SM Borgognini-Tarli
International Journal of Primatology 27, 1001-1022, 2006
Yawn contagion in humans and bonobos: emotional affinity matters more than species
E Palagi, I Norscia, E Demuru
PeerJ 2, e519, 2014
Stranger to familiar: wild strepsirhines manage xenophobia by playing
D Antonacci, I Norscia, E Palagi
Plos one 5 (10), e13218, 2010
When play is a family business: adult play, hierarchy, and possible stress reduction in common marmosets
I Norscia, E Palagi
Primates 52, 101-104, 2011
Possible fruit protein effects on primate communities in Madagascar and the Neotropics
JU Ganzhorn, S Arrigo-Nelson, S Boinski, A Bollen, V Carrai, A Derby, ...
PLoS One 4 (12), e8253, 2009
Peacemaking on treetops: first evidence of reconciliation from a wild prosimian (Propithecus verreauxi)
E Palagi, D Antonacci, I Norscia
Animal Behaviour 76 (3), 737-747, 2008
Bonobos protect and console friends and kin
E Palagi, I Norscia
PLoS One 8 (11), e79290, 2013
Ethnobotanical reputation of plant species from two forests of Madagascar: A preliminary investigation
I Norscia, SM Borgognini-Tarli
South African Journal of Botany 72 (4), 656-660, 2006
She more than he: gender bias supports the empathic nature of yawn contagion in Homo sapiens
I Norscia, E Demuru, E Palagi
Royal Society open science 3 (2), 150459, 2016
Scratching around stress: hierarchy and reconciliation make the difference in wild brown lemurs (Eulemur fulvus)
E Palagi, I Norscia
Stress 14 (1), 93-97, 2011
Mating first, mating more: biological market fluctuation in a wild prosimian
I Norscia, D Antonacci, E Palagi
PLoS One 4 (3), e4679, 2009
Phenolic compounds from Baseonema acuminatum leaves: isolation and antimicrobial activity
M De Leo, A Braca, N De Tommasi, I Norscia, I Morelli, L Battinelli, ...
Planta medica 70 (09), 841-846, 2004
Facial mimicry and play: A comparative study in chimpanzees and gorillas.
E Palagi, I Norscia, S Pressi, G Cordoni
Emotion 19 (4), 665, 2019
Lemurs in evergreen littoral forest fragments
JU Ganzhorn, T Andrianasolo, T Andrianjazalahatra, G Donati, J Fietz, ...
Biodiversity, Ecology and Conservation in Littoral Ecosystems in…, 2007
The socio-matrix reloaded: from hierarchy to dominance profile in wild lemurs
I Norscia, E Palagi
PeerJ 3 (DOI 10.7717/peerj.729), DOI 10.7717/peerj.729, 2015
Feeding Patterns and Dietary Profile of Nocturnal Southern Woolly Lemurs (Avahi meridionalis) in Southeast Madagascar
I Norscia, JB Ramanamanjato, JU Ganzhorn
International Journal of Primatology 33, 150-167, 2012
Lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) failed to respond to others’ yawn: Experimental and naturalistic evidence.
E Palagi, I Norscia, G Cordoni
Journal of Comparative Psychology 133 (3), 406, 2019
Differences in play can illuminate differences in affiliation: A comparative study on chimpanzees and gorillas
G Cordoni, I Norscia, M Bobbio, E Palagi
PLoS One 13 (3), e0193096, 2018
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