Elisabetta Versace

Queen Mary, University of London, London, England, United Kingdom 
"Elisabetta Versace"
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Bliss L, Vasas V, Freeland L, et al. (2023) A spontaneous gravity prior: newborn chicks prefer stimuli that move against gravity. Biology Letters. 19: 20220502
Versace E, Sgadò P, George J, et al. (2022) Light-induced asymmetries in embryonic retinal gene expression are mediated by the vascular system and extracellular matrix. Scientific Reports. 12: 12086
Szabó E, Chiandetti C, Téglás E, et al. (2022) Young domestic chicks spontaneously represent the absence of objects. Elife. 11
Josserand M, Rosa-Salva O, Versace E, et al. (2021) Visual Field Analysis: A reliable method to score left and right eye use using automated tracking. Behavior Research Methods
Versace E, Ragusa M, Pallante V, et al. (2021) Attraction for familiar conspecifics in young chicks (Gallus gallus): an interbreed study. Behavioural Processes. 104498
Lorenzi E, Lemaire BS, Versace E, et al. (2021) Resurgence of an Inborn Attraction for Animate Objects via Thyroid Hormone T. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 15: 675994
Lemaire BS, Rucco D, Josserand M, et al. (2021) Stability and individual variability of social attachment in imprinting. Scientific Reports. 11: 7914
Rosa-Salva O, Mayer U, Versace E, et al. (2021) Sensitive periods for social development: Interactions between predisposed and learned mechanisms. Cognition. 104552
Versace E, Ragusa M, Vallortigara G. (2019) A transient time window for early predispositions in newborn chicks. Scientific Reports. 9: 18767
Hébert M, Versace E, Vallortigara G. (2019) Inexperienced preys know when to flee or to freeze in front of a threat. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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