Peter Kabai
Peter Kabai
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Feeding innovations and forebrain size in Australasian birds
L Rosza, A Gaxiola, L Lefebvre, S Timmermans, S Dawson, P Kabai
Behaviour 135 (8), 1077-1097, 1998
Efferent connections of the domestic chick archistriatum: a phaseolus lectin anterograde tracing study
DC Davies, A Csillag, AD Székely, P Kabai
Journal of Comparative Neurology 389 (4), 679-693, 1997
Winter plant selection by red and roe deer in a forest habitat in Hungary
K Mátrai, P Kabai
Acta Theriologica 34 (15), 227-234, 1989
The involvement of dopamine in the striatum in passive avoidance training in the chick
MG Stewart, P Kabai, E Harrison, RJ Steele, M Kossut, M Gierdalski, ...
Neuroscience 70 (1), 7-14, 1996
The effect of a feeding stress-test on the behaviour and heart rate variability of control and crib-biting horses (with or without inhibition)
K Nagy, G Bodo, G Bardos, A Harnos, P Kabai
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 121 (2), 140-147, 2009
Possible influence of neighbours on stereotypic behaviour in horses
K Nagy, A Schrott, P Kabai
Applied animal behaviour science 111 (3-4), 321-328, 2008
Differences in temperament traits between crib-biting and control horses
K Nagy, G Bodó, G Bárdos, N Bánszky, P Kabai
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 122 (1), 41-47, 2010
Inhibiting effect of D1, but not D2 antagonist administered to the striatum on retention of passive avoidance in the chick
P Kabai, MG Stewart, J Tarcali, A Csillag
Neurobiology of learning and memory 81 (2), 155-158, 2004
Tree-based methods as an alternative to logistic regression in revealing risk factors of crib-biting in horses
K Nagy, J Reiczigel, A Harnos, A Schrott, P Kabai
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 30 (1), 21-26, 2010
Changes in binding to muscarinic and nicotinic cholinergic receptors in the chick telencephalon, following passive avoidance learning
SZ Mezey, AD Szekely, RC Bourne, P Kabai, A Csillag
Neuroscience letters 270 (2), 75-78, 1999
Transfer of brain dopamine system-specific quantitative trait loci onto a C57BL/6ByJ background
B Juhász, R Zahorchak
Mammalian Genome 5, 735-737, 1994
Predisposed visual memory of shapes in quail chicks
S Sakai, S Yanagihara, P Kabai, K Koga, T Matsushima
Zoological science 17 (8), 1045-1051, 2000
Analysis of the mesotelencephalic dopamine system by quantitative-trait locus introgression
C Vadasz, I Sziraki, M Sasvari, P Kabai, LR Murthy, M Saito, I Laszlovszky
Neurochemical research 23 (11), 1337-1354, 1998
Methamphetamine-induced stereotypies in newly-hatched decerebrated domestic chicks
P Kabai, A Liker, A Csillag
Neurochemical research 24 (12), 1563-1569, 1999
Perinatal anti-androgen treatment and genotype affect the mesotelencephalic dopamine system and behavior in mice
C Vadász, G Kobor, P Kabai, I Sziráki, I Vadász, A Lajtha
Hormones and behavior 22 (4), 528-539, 1988
Context-dependent prey avoidance in chicks persists following complete telencephalectomy
G Zachar, A Schrott, P Kabai
Brain research bulletin 76 (3), 289-292, 2008
Genomic characterization of two introgression strains (B6. Cb~ 4i~ 5) for the analysis of QTLs
C Vadász, I Sziraki, M Sasvari, P Kabai, I Laszlovszky, B Juhasz, ...
Mammalian Genome 7 (7), 545-548, 1996
Persistence of approach response after decerebration in newly hatched quail chicks
P Kabai, JK Kovach
Physiology & behavior 53 (4), 699-707, 1993
Subtelencephalic visual discrimination in selected lines of Japanese quail.
P Kabai, JK Kovach
Neuroreport: An International Journal for the Rapid Communication of …, 1993
Neural correlates of genetically determined and acquired color preferences in quail chicks
P Kabai, J Kovach, C Vadasz
Brain research 573 (2), 260-266, 1992
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