Mylène Dutour
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Mobbing behaviour varies according to predator dangerousness and occurrence
M Dutour, JP Lena, T Lengagne
Animal Behaviour 119, 119-124, 2016
Mobbing calls: a signal transcending species boundaries
M Dutour, JP Léna, T Lengagne
Animal Behaviour 131, 3-11, 2017
Mobbing behaviour in a passerine community increases with prevalence in predator diet
M Dutour, JP Lena, T Lengagne
Ibis 159 (2), 324-330, 2017
Seasonal variation in mobbing behaviour of passerine birds
M Dutour, M Cordonnier, JP Léna, T Lengagne
Journal of Ornithology 160, 509-514, 2019
Australian magpies adjust their alarm calls according to predator distance
M Dutour, SL Walsh, AR Ridley
Bioacoustics 30 (4), 458-468, 2021
The role of associative learning process on the response of fledgling great tits (Parus major) to mobbing calls
M Dutour, JP Léna, A Dumet, V Gardette, N Mondy, T Lengagne
Animal Cognition 22, 1095-1103, 2019
Great tit responses to the calls of an unfamiliar species suggest conserved perception of call ordering
M Dutour, TN Suzuki, D Wheatcroft
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74, 1-9, 2020
Syntax manipulation changes perception of mobbing call sequences across passerine species
M Dutour, T Lengagne, JP Léna
Ethology 125 (9), 635-644, 2019
Females sing more often and at higher frequencies than males in Australian magpies
M Dutour, AR Ridley
Behavioural processes 172, 104045, 2020
Number of callers may affect the response to conspecific mobbing calls in great tits (Parus major)
M Dutour, N Kalb, A Salis, C Randler
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 75, 1-8, 2021
Hissing like a snake: bird hisses are similar to snake hisses and prompt similar anxiety behavior in a mammalian model
M Dutour, L Lévy, T Lengagne, MJ Holveck, PA Crochet, P Perret, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74, 1-9, 2020
Female Western Australian magpies discriminate between familiar and unfamiliar human voices
M Dutour, SL Walsh, EM Speechley, AR Ridley
Ethology 127 (11), 979-985, 2021
Wild great tits’ alarm calls prompt vigilant behaviours in free-range chickens
M Dutour, S Danel
Animal cognition 24 (1), 213-216, 2021
Mobbing responses of great tits (Parus major) do not depend on the number of heterospecific callers
M Dutour, C Randler
Ethology 127 (5), 379-384, 2021
Effects of domestication on responses of chickens and red junglefowl to conspecific calls: A pilot study
VH Bessa Ferreira, M Dutour, R Oscarsson, J Gjøen, P Jensen
Plos one 17 (12), e0279553, 2022
Is the urgency message encoded in heterospecific alarm calls perceived by domestic chickens?
M Dutour, AR Ridley, C Randler
Journal of Zoology 318 (2), 84-90, 2022
Transfer of information between a highly social species and heterospecific community members
M Dutour, J Kasper, AR Ridley
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 75, 1-11, 2021
How great tits respond to urgency‐based information in allopatric Southern house wren mobbing calls
M Dutour, GJ Fernandez, C Randler
Ethology 128 (10-11), 676-683, 2022
Biological conclusions about importance of order in mobbing calls vary with the reproductive context in Great Tits (Parus major)
A Salis, T Lengagne, JP Lena, M Dutour
Ibis 163 (3), 834-844, 2021
Season does not influence the response of great tits (Parus major) to allopatric mobbing calls
M Dutour
Journal of Ethology 40 (3), 233-236, 2022
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