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Eötvös Loránd University, Department of Ethology
    Budapest, Hungary
Dog Behaviour Research

Dr. Adam Miklosi

List of publications

Personal information:

Name: MIKLÓSI, Ádám
Place and date of Birth: Budapest, 25 September, 1962
Nationality: Hungarian
Profession: Biologist

Positions:
1981-1986 Eötvös L. University (Budapest, Hungary) MSc degree in biology
1986-1989 Research scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, work at the Dep. of Ethology
1989-1996 Research assistant at the Department of Ethology
1996-2000 Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Dept. of Ethology
2000- Assistant professor
Education:
M.Sc. at Eötvös University of Budapest (1983) Thesis: Quantitative analysis of preda¬tor avoidance in the paradise fish (Macropodus opercularis).
Candidate of Biology (PhD), Hungarian Academy of Scien¬ces (1995) Thesis: Analysis of learning in the paradise fish
Doctor of Science (DSc), Hungarian Academy of Scien¬ces (2005) Thesis: Representational models of the living environment: An ethological approach
Research grants:
1991-1994 research grant "For the study of the use of ethological and psychological methods in behavioural genetics" (principal investigator)
1994-1998 The dog as a model for social evolution (participant)
1999-2002 Investigation of social intelligence in dogs, (participant)
2003-2006 The dog as a model for human personality
2005-2008 EU FP-6-NEST: Evolution of referential communication (participant)
2005-2008 Social learning in dogs (principal investigator)
International fellowships:
1992 Aug.- Oct. Fellowship at University of Sussex, England (awarded by Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour, U.K.)
1995 Aug.- Dec. Fellowship at the University of Sussex, England (awarded by OTKA-Foundation, Hungary)
1997/1998 Fellowship at the University of Sussex, England (awarded by NATO-Royal Society, U.K.)
1998 Oct-dec Fellowship at the Univ. College London, England (awarded by Human Frontiers, EU)
1999 Fellowship at the University of Sussex, England (awarded by The Wellcome Trust, U.K.)
Memberships:
Hungarian Biological Society, 1988-
Hungarian Ethological Society, 1991-
Assoc. the Study of Animal Behaviour (U.K.) 1985-
International Society for Anthrozoology (U.K.) 1996-
Associate Editor:
Animal Cognition (Springer Verlag) 1998-
Anthrozoos (Purdue University Press) 2004-
J. of Vet. Behav.: Clinical Applications and Research (Elsevier) 2005-
Scientific achievments:
Papers published in referred journals: 62
Cummulative impact factor: 92.02
Total citation number: 250
Language skills:
Hungarian (mother tongue)
German
English
Office address:
Eötvös Loránd Univesity, Department of Ethology
Pázmány Péter s. 1/c H-1117, Hungary
Tel: (36) 1 381 21 79, Fax: (36) 1 381 21 80
E-mail: miklosa (at) ludens (dot) elte (dot) hu

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