Lucia Regolin
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A predisposition for biological motion in the newborn baby
F Simion, L Regolin, H Bulf
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (2), 809-813, 2008
Number-space mapping in the newborn chick resembles humans’ mental number line
R Rugani, G Vallortigara, K Priftis, L Regolin
Science 347 (6221), 534-536, 2015
Visually inexperienced chicks exhibit spontaneous preference for biological motion patterns
G Vallortigara, L Regolin, F Marconato
PLoS biology 3 (7), e208, 2005
Arithmetic in newborn chicks
R Rugani, L Fontanari, E Simoni, L Regolin, G Vallortigara
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1666), 2451-2460, 2009
Perception of partly occluded objects by young chicks
L Regolin, G Vallortigara
Perception & psychophysics 57, 971-976, 1995
Biological motion preference in humans at birth: Role of dynamic and configural properties
L Bardi, L Regolin, F Simion
Developmental science 14 (2), 353-359, 2011
Discrimination of small numerosities in young chicks.
R Rugani, L Regolin, G Vallortigara
Journal of experimental psychology: Animal behavior processes 34 (3), 388, 2008
Gravity bias in the interpretation of biological motion by inexperienced chicks
G Vallortigara, L Regolin
Current Biology 16 (8), R279-R280, 2006
Innate sensitivity for self-propelled causal agency in newly hatched chicks
E Mascalzoni, L Regolin, G Vallortigara
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (9), 4483-4485, 2010
The Evolution of Social Orienting: Evidence from Chicks (Gallus gallus) and Human Newborns
O Rosa Salva, T Farroni, L Regolin, G Vallortigara, MH Johnson
PloS one 6 (4), e18802, 2011
Faces are special for newly hatched chicks: evidence for inborn domain‐specific mechanisms underlying spontaneous preferences for face‐like stimuli
O Rosa‐Salva, L Regolin, G Vallortigara
Developmental science 13 (4), 565-577, 2010
Numerical discrimination by frogs (Bombina orientalis)
G Stancher, R Rugani, L Regolin, G Vallortigara
Animal Cognition 18, 219-229, 2015
Object and spatial representations in detour problems by chicks
L Regolin, G Vallortigara, M Zanforlin
Animal Behaviour 49 (1), 195-199, 1995
Is it only humans that count from left to right?
R Rugani, DM Kelly, I Szelest, L Regolin, G Vallortigara
Biology Letters 6 (3), 290-292, 2010
Lateral asymmetries due to preferences in eye use during visual discrimination learning in chicks
G Vallortigara, L Regolin, G Bortolomiol, L Tommasi
Behavioural brain research 74 (1-2), 135-143, 1996
Visual perception of biological motion in newly hatched chicks as revealed by an imprinting procedure
L Regolin, L Tommasi, G Vallortigara
Animal Cognition 3, 53-60, 2000
A left-sided visuospatial bias in birds
B Diekamp, L Regolin, O Güntürkün, G Vallortigara
Current Biology 15 (10), R372-R373, 2005
Cerebral and behavioural assymetries in animal social recognition
OR Salva, L Regolin, E Mascalzoni, G Vallortigara
Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews 7, 2012
Rudimental numerical competence in 5-day-old domestic chicks (Gallus gallus): identification of ordinal position.
R Rugani, L Regolin, G Vallortigara
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 33 (1), 21, 2007
Imprinted numbers: newborn chicks’ sensitivity to number vs. continuous extent of objects they have been reared with
R Rugani, L Regolin, G Vallortigara
Developmental Science 13 (5), 790-797, 2010
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