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ORBi Open Repository and Bibliography (168.463 recursos)
In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

Social & behavioral sciences, psychology => Animal psychology, ethology & psychobiology

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1. Un soir d’avril du côté d’Orval - Metzmacher, Maxime
Concert de chants d'oiseaux enregistré à Orval (Belgique)

2. Sur le toit de la Haute-Ardenne, au petit matin... - Metzmacher, Maxime
Concert de chants d'oiseaux enregistré dans le Parc naturel Hautes-Fagnes - Eifel (Belgique).

3. Organisation sensorielle de la peur. Ethnographie d'interactions particulières entre des enfants et des chiens qui ont peur - de Villers Grand Champs, Bénédicte

4. La transmission du chant chez le Pinson des arbres (Fringilla c. coelebs) : phase sensible et rôle des tuteurs chez les oiseaux captifs. - Metzmacher, Maxime

5. La peur chronique des chiens chez les enfants : une question d’empiétement de l'espace personnel ? - de Villers Grand Champs, Bénédicte
Peer reviewed

6. Les Grillons, muses de la Gorgebleue à miroir blanc (Luscinia svecica cyanecula) ? - Metzmacher, Maxime

7. Les oiseaux de la Macta et de sa région (Algérie) : Non passereaux. - Metzmacher, Maxime

8. Dortoirs urbains et dispersion diurne des étourneaux Sturnus vulgaris au pays de Liège en 1978-79. - Metzmacher, Maxime; Ghiot, Alain; Jacob, Jean-Paul; Ruwet, Jean-Claude
During the last decade, strarlings have built up considerable urban populations in the city of Liège,causing much trouble to inhabitants in the vicinity of the roosting sites. This success migh be attribuable to the sheltered situation of the city in a deep valley, abundance of large trees in green spaces along bank of the river Meuse and in public parks, good situation amid pastures in the countryside, and on important migration routes. Before any attempt to reduce this underisable population, the city's authorithies have promoted a research on the localisation, evaluation, evolution of roosting groups, as well as on pre-roosting...

9. Variations géographiques de la figure finale du chant du Pinson des arbres, Fringilla c. coelebs L. - Metzmacher, Maxime; Mairy, François

10. Facteurs climatiques et reproduction du Pinson des arbres (Fringilla coelebs L.) sur le plateau des Hautes-Fagnes - Metzmacher, Maxime
The influence of climatic and behavioural factors on the progress and success of the breeding cycle of chaffinches (Fringilla coelebs) has been investigated on the Hautes-Fagnes plateau (Belgium). From april to july 1980, three line transects (two of 1,6 and one of 1,2 km) in Norway spruce plantations were regularly prospected. The estimation of the number of territorial males was improved by a sonographic analysis of their songs, The breeding season has been marked twice by unfavourable weather conditions. In april, a cold-wave produced flocks reformation, but after then the cycle could evolve normally. In june-july, heavy rains seem to...

11. Organisation spatio-temporelle de la reproduction chez le Moineau espagnol Passer hispaniolensis en zone semi-aride - Metzmacher, Maxime
Nests supports are made atractive on a high-perched position as far as the Spanish sparrow is concerned. Such supports should be closely-packed, provided with a plethora of sprigs and located near cereal fields. The breeding colonies of early clutches that gather several thousands of birds in Orania are comparatively independant of aquatic areas. High density nest zones within a colony of birds seem to be related not only to the supports themselves but also to the diversified vegetal environment. Simultaneous species reproduction in the Oran area is carried out in each region accordingly. Futhermore, results reveal that the reproduction may...

12. Le menu des jeunes Moineaux domestiques, Passer domesticus L., et espagnols, Passer hispaniolensis TEMM., en Oranie. - Metzmacher, Maxime
The composition and the structure of the nestling sparrows were studied in the north-west of Algeria. The nestling's food of the two sparrows consisted mainly of animal food in the beginning of the nestling period, the vegetable fraction of the diet become more important at the end of this period. Preys hierarchy can vary with nestling age, colony situation and season. The two sparrows, and their recognised age-classes, have similar diet structure. The distribution of preys between the different taxa revealed that the sparrows are generalist predators. The spanish sparrow,however, exhibit sometimes a strong specialisation.

13. Introduced goldfish affect amphibians through inhibition of sexual behaviour in risky habitats: an experimental approach - Winandy, Laurane; Denoël, Mathieu
Peer reviewed

14. Higher long-lasting ethanol sensitization after adolescent ethanol exposure in mice - Quoilin, Caroline; Didone, Vincent; Tirelli, Ezio; Quertemont, Etienne
Peer reviewed

15. Beyond the "three-second fish memory" folk psychology belief: experimental evidences from active avoidance conditioning in goldfish to olfactory learning in carp and miscellaneous training in zebrafish or other teleost fishes. - Ylieff, Marc
Learning abilities have been widely documented in rodents from experimental psychological studies for a long time. However, learning and memory play a pivotal role in the behavioural development of all vertebrates, and fish are no exception. Several typical “fish examples” illustrate the oral presentation.

16. Individual – to – resource landscape interaction strength can explain different collective feeding behaviours - Bode, Nikolai WF; Delcourt, Johann
Peer reviewed

17. Rider and horse salivary cortisol levels during competition and impact on performance. - Peeters, Marie; Closson, Coline; Beckers, Jean-François; Vandenheede, Marc
Peer reviewed

18. Reproduction en groupe chez l'Hirondelle rustique (Hirundo rustica):stratégies individuelles et interactions sociales - Dardenne, Sophie
The fact that some individuals reproduce close to other adults of the same species, and particularly the origin and maintenance of a sometimes high variation of breeding group sizes, are central themes in evolutionary ecology and behavioral biology. The recent approach to these issues is no more to identify the consequences of group living (i.e. the costs and benefits for the group), but to assess the environmental signals used by individuals to choose their breeding habitat and their mate. These signals can be of two types: cues of the habitat itself, and those of the social environment. The selection of...

19. Does foraging plasticity favours adaptation to new habitats in fire salamanders? Preliminary data - Manenti, Raoul; Denoël, Mathieu; Ficetola, Gentile Francesco
Peer reviewed

20. The histamine H3-receptor inverse agonist Pitolisant improves fear memory in mice - Brabant, Christian; Charlier, Yana; Tirelli, Ezio
Numerous studies have demonstrated that brain histamine plays a crucial role in learning and memory and histamine H3 receptor inverse agonists (H3R inverse agonists) have been proposed to treat cognitive disorders. Pitolisant (BF2.649, 1-{3-[3-(4-chlorophenyl)propoxy]propyl}piperidine, hydrochloride) was the first H3R inverse agonist that has been tested in human trials and is well tolerated. The present study investigated whether Pitolisant (0.625–20 mg/kg, i.p.) improves consolidation and reconsolidation processes in the fear conditioning task in female C57BL/6J mice. We also tested whether Pitolisant reverses memory deficits induced by the non-competitive N-methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA) antagonist dizocilpine (MK-801). Our results indicate that post-training systemic injections of...

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