Publications of Juliane Bräuer

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Bräuer, J.: Take a turn: what animals can teach us about conversation, Psychology Today, (2020)
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Bräuer, J.: Who is guilty?: why do we look for someone to hold responsible when bad things just happen?, Psychology Today, (2020)
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Bräuer, J.: Primate statistics: are humans the only ones crunching numbers?, Psychology Today, (2020)
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Haun, D. B.M.; Liebal, K.; Amici, F.; Bender, A.; Bohn, M.; Bräuer, J.; Buttelmann, D.; Burkart, J.; Cacchione, T.; Detroy, S. et al.; Faßbender, I.; Fichtel, C.; Fischer, J.; Gampe, A.; Gray, R. D.; Horn, L.; Ona, L.; Kärtner, J.; Kaminski, J.; Kanngießer, P.; Keller, H.; Köster, M.; Kopp, K. S.; Kornadt, H.-J.; Rakoczy, H.; Schuppli, C.; Stengelin, R.; Trommsdorff, G.; Van Leeuwen, E.; Van Schaik, C.: Ein Plädoyer für die Relevanz der Vergleichenden Psychologie für das Verständnis menschlicher Entwicklung, Psychologische Rundschau 71, pp. 40 - 41 (2020)

Blog Post (7)

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Bräuer, J.: The favorite animals of Comparative Psychologists: why some animals seem to get all the attention. (2022)
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Bräuer, J.: Great apes use water as a tool: the floating peanut. (2022)
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Bräuer, J.: How primates understand Newton: What do they know about gravity? (2021)
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Bräuer, J.: Do dogs understand our intentions?: Dogs respond differently to intentional and unintentional actions. (2021)
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Bräuer, J.: Are animals cultural beings?: there are many local traditions in the animal kingdom. (2021)
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Bräuer, J.: Can animals delay gratification?: choosing between a bird in the hand and two in the bush. (2021)
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Bräuer, J.: Working together—and talking about it: discover the cooperative string-pulling task. (2021)
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