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Laboratoire d'Etude du Comportement Animal et Humain
Université de Picardie - Jules Verne
Publications
  • Sokolowski, M.B.C., Tonneau, F. & Cordevant, M.-A. (2015). A Portable System for Studying Group Choice. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of behavior.103, 419-426
  • Craig, D.P.A., Varnon, C.A., Sokolowski, M.B.C., Wells, H. & Abramson, C.I. (2014). An Assessment of Fixed Interval Timing in Free-Flying Honey Bees (Apis mellifera ligustica): An Analysis of Individual Performance, Plos One, 9(7), e101262
  • Abramson, C.I, Sokolowski, M.B.C., Brown, E. & Pilard, S. (2012). The effect of pymetrozine (Plenum WG-50®) on proboscis extension conditioning in honey bees (Apis mellifera: Hybrid var. Buckfast). Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 78, 287-295. 
  • Craig, D.P.A, Grice, G.W., Varnon, C. A., Gibson, B. Sokolowski, M.B.C. & Abramson, C.I. (2012). Social reinforcement delay in free-flying honey bees (Apis mellifera L.). Plos One, 7(10), e46729 
  • Sokolowski, M.B.C., Abramson, C.I. & Craig, D.P.A. (2012). Ethanol self-administration in free flying Honey Bees (Apis mellifera L.) in an operant conditioning protocol. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 36(9), 1568-1577
  • Sokolowski, M.B.C., Moine, M. & Naassila, M. (2012). “Beetrack”: a software for 2D open field locomotion analysis in honey bees. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 207, 211-217
  • Abramson, C.I., Sokolowski, M.B.C. & Wells, H. (2011). Issues in the study of proboscis conditioning. In Emily M. Stewart (Ed.), Social Insects: Structure, Function, and Behavior. pp. 25-49
  • Abramson, C.I, Curb, L.A., Barber, K.R. & Sokolowski, M.B.C. (2011). The use of invertebrates and other animals to demonstrate principles of learning: Activities developed by the Laboratory of Comparative Psychology and Behavioral Biology, Journal of Behavioral and Neuroscience Research, 9(2), 1-6
  • Disma, G., Sokolowski, M.B.C. & Tonneau, F. (2011). Children’s competition in a natural setting: Evidence for the ideal free distribution, Evolution and Human Behavior, 32(6), 373-379.
  • Sokolowski, M.B.C. & Abramson, C.I. (2010). From foraging to operant conditioning: a new computer-controlled Skinner box to study free flying nectar gathering behavior in bees. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 188, 235-242
  • Sokolowski, M.B.C., Disma, G. & Abramson, C.I. (2010). A paradigm for operant conditioning in blow flies (Phormia terrae novae Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830). Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 93, 81-89
  • Sokolowski, M.B.C & Tonneau, F. (2004). Human group behavior: the ideal free distribution in a three-patch situation. Behavioural Processes, 65, 269-272
  • Tonneau, F., & Sokolowski, M.B.C. (2001). Is operant selectionism coherent? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24, 558-559
  • Tonneau, F. & Sokolowski, M.B.C. (2000). Pitfalls of behavioral selectionism. In F. Tonneau & N. S. Thompson (Eds.), Pespectives in ethology: Evolution, culture, and behavior (Vol. 13, pp. 155-180). New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
  • Sokolowski, M.B.C, Tonneau, F. & Freixa i Baqué, E. (1999). The ideal free distribution in humans: an experimental test. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 6, 157-161
  • Tonneau, F. & Sokolowski, M.B.C. (1997). Standard principles, nonstandard data, and unsolved issues, Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 68, 266-270