Bibliographie Cuicui Express #30 « Les rats sont-ils des traitres part 2 »

Delmas, Guillermo E., Sergio E. Lew, and B. Silvano Zanutto. “High Mutual Cooperation Rates in Rats Learning Reciprocal Altruism: The Role of Payoff Matrix.” Edited by Yong Deng. PLOS ONE 14, no. 1 (January 2, 2019): e0204837.

Dolivo, Vassilissa, Claudia Rutte, and Michael Taborsky. “Ultimate and Proximate Mechanisms of Reciprocal Altruism in Rats.” Learning & Behavior 44, no. 3 (September 2016): 223–26.

Dolivo, Vassilissa, and Michael Taborsky. “Cooperation among Norway Rats: The Importance of Visual Cues for Reciprocal Cooperation, and the Role of Coercion.” Edited by M. Herberstein. Ethology 121, no. 11 (November 2015): 1071–80.

Gerber, Nina, Manon K. Schweinfurth, and Michael Taborsky. “The Smell of Cooperation: Rats Increase Helpful Behaviour When Receiving Odour Cues of a Conspecific Performing a Cooperative Task.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 287, no. 1939 (November 25, 2020): 20202327.

Kettler, Nina, Manon K. Schweinfurth, and Michael Taborsky. “Rats Show Direct Reciprocity When Interacting with Multiple Partners.” Scientific Reports 11, no. 1 (February 5, 2021): 3228.

Paulsson, Niklas I., and Michael Taborsky. “Reaching Out for Inaccessible Food Is a Potential Begging Signal in Cooperating Wild-Type Norway Rats, Rattus Norvegicus.” Frontiers in Psychology 12 (August 30, 2021): 712333.

Paulsson, Niklas Ingvar, and Michael Taborsky. “Norway Rats Help Social Partners in Need in Response to Ultrasonic Begging Signals.” Ethology 128, no. 12 (December 2022): 724–33.

Schneeberger, Karin, Gregory Röder, and Michael Taborsky. “The Smell of Hunger: Norway Rats Provision Social Partners Based on Odour Cues of Need.” Edited by Catherine Hobaiter. PLOS Biology 18, no. 3 (March 24, 2020): e3000628.

Schweinfurth, Manon K. “Cooperative Intentions and Their Implications on Reciprocal Cooperation in Norway Rats.” Ethology 127, no. 10 (October 2021): 865–71.

“Reciprocal Cooperation – Norway Rats ( Rattus Norvegicus ) as an Example.” In The Cambridge Handbook of Animal Cognition, edited by Allison B. Kaufman, Josep Call, and James C. Kaufman, 1st ed., 343–61. Cambridge University Press, 2021.

Schweinfurth, Manon K., Jonathan Aeschbacher, Massimiliano Santi, and Michael Taborsky. “Male Norway Rats Cooperate According to Direct but Not Generalized Reciprocity Rules.” Animal Behaviour 152 (June 2019): 93–101.

Schweinfurth, Manon K., and Josep Call. “Reciprocity: Different Behavioural Strategies, Cognitive Mechanisms and Psychological Processes.” Learning & Behavior 47, no. 4 (December 2019): 284–301.

Schweinfurth, Manon K., Binia Stieger, and Michael Taborsky. “Experimental Evidence for Reciprocity in Allogrooming among Wild-Type Norway Rats.” Scientific Reports 7, no. 1 (June 21, 2017): 4010.

Schweinfurth, Manon K., and Michael Taborsky. “Rats Play Tit-for-Tat Instead of Integrating Social Experience over Multiple Interactions.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 287, no. 1918 (January 15, 2020): 20192423.

“Reciprocal Trading of Different Commodities in Norway Rats.” Current Biology 28, no. 4 (February 2018): 594-599.e3.

“Relatedness Decreases and Reciprocity Increases Cooperation in Norway Rats.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285, no. 1874 (March 14, 2018): 20180035.

Stieger, Binia, Manon Karin Schweinfurth, and Michael Taborsky. “Reciprocal Allogrooming among Unrelated Norway Rats (Rattus Norvegicus) Is Affected by Previously Received Cooperative, Affiliative and Aggressive Behaviours.” Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71, no. 12 (December 2017): 182.

Wood, Ruth I., Jessica Y. Kim, and Grace R. Li. “Cooperation in Rats Playing the Iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma Game.” Animal Behaviour 114 (April 2016): 27–35.

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