Martin Giurfa
Martin Giurfa
Neurosciences Paris-Seine - Institute of Biology Paris Seine - Sorbonne University Paris
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The concepts of ‘sameness’ and ‘difference’in an insect
M Giurfa, S Zhang, A Jenett, R Menzel, MV Srinivasan
Nature 410 (6831), 930-933, 2001
Cognitive architecture of a mini-brain: the honeybee
R Menzel, M Giurfa
Trends in cognitive sciences 5 (2), 62-71, 2001
Behavioral and neural analysis of associative learning in the honeybee: a taste from the magic well
M Giurfa
Journal of comparative physiology A 193 (8), 801-824, 2007
Colour preferences of flower-naive honeybees
M Giurfa, J Nunez, L Chittka, R Menzel
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 177, 247-259, 1995
Detection of coloured stimuli by honeybees: minimum visual angles and receptor specific contrasts
M Giurfa, M Vorobyev, P Kevan, R Menzel
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 178, 699-709, 1996
Symmetry perception in an insect
M Giurfa, B Eichmann, R Menzel
Nature 382 (6590), 458-461, 1996
Invertebrate learning and memory: fifty years of olfactory conditioning of the proboscis extension response in honeybees
M Giurfa, JC Sandoz
Learning & memory 19 (2), 54-66, 2012
Aversive learning in honeybees revealed by the olfactory conditioning of the sting extension reflex
V Vergoz, E Roussel, JC Sandoz, M Giurfa
PloS one 2 (3), e288, 2007
Floral symmetry and its role in plant-pollinator systems: terminology, distribution, and hypotheses
PR Neal, A Dafni, M Giurfa
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 29 (1), 345-373, 1998
Perceptual and neural olfactory similarity in honeybees
F Guerrieri, M Schubert, JC Sandoz, M Giurfa
PLoS biology 3 (4), e60, 2005
Cognitive neuroethology: dissecting non-elemental learning in a honeybee brain
M Giurfa
Current opinion in neurobiology 13 (6), 726-735, 2003
Cognition with few neurons: higher-order learning in insects
M Giurfa
Trends in neurosciences 36 (5), 285-294, 2013
Revisiting olfactory classical conditioning of the proboscis extension response in honey bees: a step toward standardized procedures
Y Matsumoto, R Menzel, JC Sandoz, M Giurfa
Journal of neuroscience methods 211 (1), 159-167, 2012
Discrimination of coloured stimuli by honeybees: alternative use of achromatic and chromatic signals
M Giurfa, M Vorobyev, R Brandt, B Posner, R Menzel
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 180, 235-243, 1997
Conditioning procedure and color discrimination in the honeybee Apis mellifera
M Giurfa
Naturwissenschaften 91, 228-231, 2004
Honeybees mark with scent and reject recently visited flowers
M Giurfa, JA Núñez
Oecologia 89, 113-117, 1992
Why are there so many and so few white flowers?
P Kevan, M Giurfa, L Chittka
Trends in Plant Science 1 (8), 252, 1996
Visual cognition in social insects
A Avarguès-Weber, N Deisig, M Giurfa
Annual review of entomology 56 (1), 423-443, 2011
Conceptual learning by miniature brains
A Avarguès-Weber, M Giurfa
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1772), 20131907, 2013
Olfactory discrimination ability and odor structure–activity relationships in honeybees
M Laska, CG Galizia, M Giurfa, R Menzel
Chemical senses 24 (4), 429-438, 1999
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