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Ernő Vincze
Ernő Vincze
MTA-PE Evolutionary Ecology Research Group, University of Pannonia
E-mail megerősítve itt: almos.uni-pannon.hu
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Impact of urbanization on abundance and phenology of caterpillars and consequences for breeding in an insectivorous bird
G Seress, T Hammer, V Bókony, E Vincze, B Preiszner, I Pipoly, ...
Ecological Applications 28 (5), 1143-1156, 2018
952018
Habituation to human disturbance is faster in urban than rural house sparrows
E Vincze, S Papp, B Preiszner, G Seress, V Bókony, A Liker
Behavioral Ecology 27 (5), 1304-1313, 2016
952016
Necessity or capacity? Physiological state predicts problem-solving performance in house sparrows
V Bókony, ÁZ Lendvai, CI Vágási, L Pătraş, PL Pap, J Németh, E Vincze, ...
Behavioral Ecology 25 (1), 124-135, 2014
902014
Problem-solving performance and reproductive success of great tits in urban and forest habitats
B Preiszner, S Papp, I Pipoly, G Seress, E Vincze, A Liker, V Bókony
Animal Cognition 20 (1), 53-63, 2017
602017
A comparison of problem-solving success between urban and rural house sparrows
S Papp, E Vincze, B Preiszner, A Liker, V Bókony
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 69 (3), 471-480, 2015
592015
Does urbanization affect predation of bird nests? A meta-analysis
E Vincze, G Seress, M Lagisz, S Nakagawa, NJ Dingemanse, P Sprau
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5, 29, 2017
552017
Does urbanization facilitate individual recognition of humans by house sparrows?
E Vincze, S Papp, B Preiszner, G Seress, A Liker, V Bókony
Animal cognition 18 (1), 291-298, 2015
262015
Effects of capture and video‐recording on the behavior and breeding success of Great Tits in urban and forest habitats
G Seress, E Vincze, I Pipoly, T Hammer, S Papp, B Preiszner, V Bókony, ...
Journal of Field Ornithology 88 (3), 299-312, 2017
192017
Great tits take greater risk toward humans and sparrowhawks in urban habitats than in forests
E Vincze, I Pipoly, G Seress, B Preiszner, S Papp, B Németh, A Liker, ...
Ethology 125 (10), 686-701, 2019
152019
Personality assortative female mating preferences in a songbird
Á Pogány, E Vincze, Z Szurovecz, A Kosztolányi, Z Barta, T Székely, ...
Behaviour 155 (6), 481-503, 2018
152018
Chestnut-crowned babblers show affinity for calls of removed group members: a dual playback without expectancy violation
JMS Crane, JL Pick, AJ Tribe, E Vincze, BJ Hatchwell, AF Russell
Animal Behaviour 104, 51-57, 2015
152015
Innovative females are more promiscuous in great tits (Parus major)
V Bókony, I Pipoly, K Szabó, B Preiszner, E Vincze, S Papp, G Seress, ...
Behavioral Ecology 28 (2), 579-588, 2017
122017
Does innovation success influence social interactions? An experimental test in house sparrows
B Preiszner, S Papp, E Vincze, V Bókony, A Liker
Ethology 121 (7), 661-673, 2015
82015
Mate preference does not influence reproductive motivation and parental cooperation in female zebra finches
Á Pogány, Z Szurovecz, E Vincze, Z Barta, T Székely
Behaviour 151 (12-13), 1885-1901, 2014
82014
Contrasting effects of the COVID-19 lockdown on urban birds’ reproductive success in two cities
G Seress, K Sándor, E Vincze, I Pipoly, B Bukor, N Ágh, A Liker
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-10, 2021
52021
Extreme hot weather has stronger impacts on avian reproduction in forests than in cities
I Pipoly, B Preiszner, K Sándor, C Sinkovics, G Seress, E Vincze, ...
BioRxiv, 2020.01. 29.924332, 2021
52021
The effect of artificial light at night on the biomass of caterpillars feeding in urban tree canopies
Á Péter, G Seress, K Sándor, E Vincze, KP Klucsik, A Liker
Urban Ecosystems 23 (6), 1311-1319, 2020
42020
Extreme hot weather has stronger impacts on avian reproduction in forests than in cities
I Pipoly, B Preiszner, K Sándor, C Sinkovics, G Seress, E Vincze, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10, 2022
32022
An infrared motion detector system for lossless real-time monitoring of animal preference tests
Á Pogány, J Heszberger, Z Szurovecz, E Vincze, T Székely
Acta Biologica Hungarica 65 (4), 385-395, 2014
32014
Great tits feed their nestlings with more but smaller prey items and fewer caterpillars in cities than in forests
C Sinkovics, G Seress, I Pipoly, E Vincze, A Liker
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-13, 2021
22021
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