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Huber, L. & Aust, U. (in press). Categorization. In: Cate, C. & Healy, S. (Eds.). Avian Cognition.

Aust, U. (in press). Perceptual and functional categorization in animals. In: J. Call (Ed.). APA Handbook of Comparative Psychology.

Watanabe, S., & Aust, U. (in press). Object and picture perception. In: J. Call (Ed.). APA Handbook of Comparative Psychology.

Aust, U., & Braunöder, E. (2015). Transfer between local and global processing levels by pigeons (Columba livia) and humans (Homo sapiens) in exemplar- and rule-based categorization tasks. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 129 (1), 1-16.

Huber, L., Heise, N., Zeman, C., & Palmers, C. (2014). The ALDB box: Automatic testing of cognitive performance in groups of aviary-housed pigeons. Behavior Research Methods, 47(1), 162–171.

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Stephan, C., Wilkinson, A., & Huber, L. (2013). Pigeons discriminate objects on the basis of abstract familiarity. Animal Cognition, 16(6), 983-992.

Steurer, M., Aust, U., & Huber, L. (2012). The Vienna comparative cognition technology (VCCT): an innovative operant conditioning system for various species and experimental procedures. Behavior Research Methods, 44(4), 909–918.

Stephan, C., Wilkinson, A., & Huber, L. (2012). Have we met before? Pigeons recognise familiar human faces. Avian Biology Research, 5(2), 75-80.

Huber, L., & Aust, U. (2011). A modified feature theory as an account of pigeon visual categorization. In T. R. Zentall & E. A. Wasserman (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Cognition (pp. 497–512). New York: Oxdord University Press.