Wojciech Pisula
Wojciech Pisula
Professor of Comparative Psychology, Polish Academy of Sciences
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Gender Differences in Attitudes to Vegans/Vegetarians and Their Food Preferences, and Their Implications for Promoting Sustainable Dietary Patterns–A Systematic Review.
K Modlinska, D Adamczyk, D Maison, W Pisula
Susnainability 12 (16), 6292, 2020
How domestication modulates play behavior: A comparative analysis between wild rats and a laboratory strain of Rattus norvegicus.
BT Himmler, R Stryjek, K Modlinska, SM Derksen, W Pisula, SM Pellis
Journal of Comparative Psychology 127 (4), 453-464, 2013
Food neophobia in wild and laboratory rats (multi-strain comparison)
K Modlinska, R Stryjek, W Pisula
Behavioural Processes 113, 41-50, 2015
The Norway rat, from an obnoxious pest to a laboratory pet
K Modlinska, W Pisula
Elife 9, e50651, 2020
Curiosity and information seeking in animal and human behavior
W Pisula
BrownWalker Press, 2009
Domestication and diversification: A comparative analysis of the play fighting of the brown norway, sprague-dawley, and wistar laboratory strains of (rattus norvegicus).
SM Himmler, K Modlinska, R Stryjek, BT Himmler, W Pisula, SM Pellis
Journal of comparative psychology 128 (3), 318-27, 2014
Species specific behavioural patterns (digging and swimming) and reaction to novel objects in wild type, Wistar, Sprague-Dawley and Brown Norway rats
R Stryjek, K Modlińska, W Pisula
PLoS One 7 (7), e40642, 2012
Autism spectrum quotient, coping with stress and quality of life in a non-clinical sample – an exploratory report
E Pisula, D Danielewicz, R Kawa, W Pisula
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes 13 (1), 173, 2015
Volumes of brain structures in captive wild-type and laboratory rats: 7T magnetic resonance in vivo automatic atlas-based study
M Welniak–Kaminska, M Fiedorowicz, J Orzel, P Bogorodzki, K Modlinska, ...
PloS one 14 (4), e0215348, 2019
Exploratory behavior as a function of environmental novelty and complexity in male and female rats
W Pisula, J Siegel
Psychological reports 97 (2), 631-638, 2005
The Roman high-and low-avoidance rats respond differently to novelty in a familiarized environment
W Pisula
Behavioural processes 63 (2), 63-72, 2003
Selected Psychological Aspects of Meat Consumption—A Short Review
K Modlinska, W Pisula
Nutrients 10 (9), 1301, 2018
Response to novelty in the laboratory Wistar rat, wild-captive WWCPS rat, and the gray short-tailed opossum (Monodelphis domestica)
W Pisula, K Turlejski, R Stryjek, A Nałęcz-Tolak, M Grabiec, RL Djavadian
Behavioural Processes 91, 141-151, 2012
Circadian rhythm of outside-nest activity in wild (WWCPS), albino and pigmented laboratory rats
R Stryjek, K Modlińska, K Turlejski, W Pisula
PLoS One 8 (6), e66055, 2013
The Relationship between Temperament and Autistic Traits in a Non-Clinical Students Sample
E Pisula, R Kawa, D Danielewicz, W Pisula
PLOS ONE 10, 4, 2015
Comparative psychology, a new perspective for the 21st century: Up the spiral staircase
G Greenberg, T Partridge, E Weiss, W Pisula
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2004
Warsaw Wild Captive Pisula Stryjek rats (WWCPS)-establishing a breeding colony of Norway Rat in captivity
R Stryjek, W Pisula
Polish Psychological Bulletin 39 (2), 67, 2008
Psychologia zachowań eksploracyjnych zwierząt
W Pisula
GWP, 2003
The Effect of Labelling and Visual Properties on the Acceptance of Foods Containing Insects
K Modlinska, D Adamczyk, K Goncikowska, D Maison, W Pisula
Nutrients 12, 2498, 2020
Relationship between Acceptance of Insects as an Alternative to Meat and Willingness to Consume Insect-Based Food—A Study on a Representative Sample of the Polish Population
K Modlinska, D Adamczyk, D Maison, K Goncikowska, W Pisula
Foods 10 (10), 2420, 2021
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