Publications

2018

Christian Lahger, Matthias Laska

Behavioral responses of CD-1 mice to conspecific and heterospecific blood odors and to a blood odor component

In Physiology and Behavior

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Maria Malidaki, Matthias Laska

Effects of an odor or taste stimulus applied to an artificial teat on the suckling behavior of newborn dairy calves

In , Journal of Animal Science and Technology

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Luis Peixoto, Laura Teresa Hernandez Salazar, Matthias Laska

Olfactory sensitivity for mold-associated odorants in CD-1 mice and spider monkeys

In Journal of Comparative Physiology A. Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology

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Sandra Nicklasson, Desirée Sjöström, Mats Amundin, Daniel Roth, Laura Teresa Hernandez Salazar, Matthias Laska

Taste responsiveness to two steviol glycosides in three species of nonhuman primates

In Current Zoology

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Henrik Pettersson, Mats Amundin, Matthias Laska

Attractant or repellent?: Behavioral responses to mammalian blood odor and to a blood odor component in a mesopredator, the meerkat (Suricata suricatta)

In Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience

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Alba Motes Rodrigo, Carlos Eduardo Ramirez Torres, Laura Teresa Hernandez Salazar, Matthias Laska

Hand Preferences in Two Unimanual and Two Bimanual Coordinated Tasks in the Black-Handed Spider Monkey (Ateles geoffroyi)

In Journal of comparative psychology (1983)

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Julio C. Hernandez-Hernandez, Jorge E. Morales-Mavil, Matthias Laska, Laura Teresa Hernandez-Salazar

Diet selectivity in relation to food quality and availability by the endemic Perote squirrel (Xerospermophilus perotensis)

In , Therya

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2017

Matthias Laska

Human and animal olfactory capabilities compared

In Springer handbook of odor

Chapter in book

Artin Arshamian, Matthias Laska, Amy R. Gordon, Matilda Norberg, Christian Lahger, Danja K. Porada, Nadia Jelvez Serra, Emilia Johansson, Martin Schaefer, Mats Amundin, Harald Melin, Andreas Olsson, Mats J. Olsson, Marcus Stensmyr, Johan N. Lundstrom

A mammalian blood odor component serves as an approach-avoidance cue across phylum border - from flies to humans

In Scientific Reports

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Amir Sarrafchi, Matthias Laska

Olfactory Sensitivity for the Mammalian Blood Odor Component Trans-4,5-epoxy-(E)-2-decenal in CD-1 Mice.

In Perception

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2016

Inger Scharis, Gregory S. A. Rasmussen, Matthias Laska

Using morphometrics to quantitatively differentiateAfrican wild dog footprints from domestic dogfootprints – a pilot study

In African Journal of Ecology

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Thorbjörn Sievert, Matthias Laska

Behavioral Responses of CD-1 Mice to SixPredator Odor Components

In Chemical Senses

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Michaela Hanson, Susan M. Jojola, Nancy E. Rawson, Melissa Crowe, Matthias Laska

Facial expressions and other behavioral responses to pleasant andunpleasant tastes in cats (Felis silvestris catus)

In Applied Animal Behaviour Science

Article in journal

2015

Matthias Laska, Laura Teresa Hernandez Salazar

Olfaction in Nonhuman Primates

In Handbook of Olfaction and Gustation

Chapter in book

Michaela Hanson, Nancy Rawson, Susan Jojola, Melissa Crowe, Matthias Laska

Nose Licking Good? - A Study on Taste Reactivity in Domestic Cats (Felis catus)

In Chemical Senses

Conference paper

Laura T. Hernández Salazar, Nathaniel J. Dominy, Matthias Laska

The Sensory Systems of Alouatta : Evolutionwith an Eye to Ecology

In Howler Monkeys

Chapter in book

Matthias Laska

Busting a myth: humans are not generally less sensitive to odors than nonhuman mammals: .

In Chemical Senses

Conference paper

Alexander Wielbass, Mats Amundin, Matthias Laska

Gustatory Responsiveness of Black-and-White Ruffed Lemurs (Varecia variegata variegata) to Food-Associated Sugars

In International journal of primatology

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Omer Nevo, Rosa Orts Garri, Laura Teresa Hernandez Salazar, Stefan Shulz, Eckhard W. Heymann, Manfred Ayasse, Matthias Laska

Chemical recognition of fruitripeness in spider monkeys (Atelesgeoffroyi)

In Scientific Reports

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Moa Eliasson, Laura Teresa Hernandez Salazar, Matthias Laska

Spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi) are less sensitive to the odor of aliphatic ketones than to the odor of other classes of aliphatic compounds.

In Neuroscience research

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