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Master/Master of education:


Master:

Klassen, Irene (2017):
Implementing a new method to assess murine cognitive bias in biomedical research.

Krakenberg, Viktoria (2016):
Take a risk or better play safe? Imprementing a touchscreen-based cognitive judgment bias test for laboratory mice.
Loddenkemper, Dirk Heinz (2016):
To wean or not to wean - Influences of different weaning ages on behavior in mice.
Reuland, Charel
(2016):
Factors influencing reproductive successin group living male guinea pigs.
von Kortzfleisch, Vanessa
(2016):
The standardisation fallcy - improving reproducibility of behavioural data by batch heterogenisation.

Graulich, Dana (2015):
Looking on the bright side of bias - validation of an affective bias test for laboratory mice.
Jenikejew, Julia
(2015):
Do different social experiences during adolescence affect aggressive and anxiety-like behavior in male mice?
Mutwill, Alexandra
(2015):
Individual stability during adolescence? A study on cortisol responsiveness and behavior during reunion in male guinea pigs.

Kästner, Niklas (2014):
The serotonergic system and anxiety-like behaviour: testing the differential susceptibility hypothesis using Serotonin Transporter knockout mice.
Knappertsbusch, Kerstin (2014):
Visitors' influence on the behaviour and stress hormone concentrations of different captive bird an mammalian species.
Sangenstedt, Susanne (2014):
The effects of the early social environment on shaping behavioural profiles in male adolescent wild cavies.
Timmermann, Sabrina (2014):
Animal personalities in genetically identical mice: An in depth behavioral chararacterization of two inbred strains under highly standardized conditions.     


Bodden, Carina (2013):
Match or mismatch: consequences of different life histories on the anxiety-like behavior of male serotonin transporter knockout mice.
Möllers, Julian (2013):
Different degrees of social stability during pregnancy and lactation: Advantages and/or disadvantages of different reproductive strategies.
Ubben, Inga (2013):
Of test-tube mice and intelligent cages: Development of a home-cage-based automated behavioural test battery applied to B6C3F1 ART mice.

Bölting, Stefanie (2012):
Optimist or Pessimist? The shaping of emotional state and behavioural flexibility by early environment and 5-HTT genotype.
Cibulski, Lara (2012):
The relationship to the experimenter influences the performance of Common Ravens (Corvus Corax) and Carrion Crows (Corvus Corone Corone) in cognitive tasks.
Florez, Andrea
(2012):
The influence of social instability on the wild cavy's maternal behavior and stress response of the female offspring.
Schleking, Anja (2012):
Domestic guinea pigs and wild cavies: a comparison of behavioural profiles and stress responses during adolescence in males.
Tiedtke, Tobias (2012):
Acute effects of glucocorticoids on agonistic behaviour in male guinea pigs.


Hentrup, Marleen
(2011):
The effect of social relations on joint object interactions in wolves (canis lupus).
Klepfer, Lisa
(2011):
To fight or not to fight? The behavioural response and hormonal status of male 5-HTT knockout mice facing an aggressive opponent in different environmental situations.
Mönning, Andrea (2011):
Modulation of maternal aggression by serotonin transporter genotype: a study in mice.
Schwerdt, Britta (2011):
Female offspring‟s behaviour and endocrine status is affected by the social environment during pregnancy and lactation.


Kloke, Vanessa (2010):
No glory, no guts? Influence of winner and loser experience on anxiety induced aggression and hormonal status and its modulation by 5-HTT genotype.
Reijak, Viviane (2010):
Thoughts or Sports- Effects of cognitive stimulation and  physical training on memory, neuropathology and neurogenesis in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease. 

Dieser, Olivia (2009):
Maternal behaviour and hormonal stress responses of female guinea pigs living under different social conditions.
Koop, Barbara
 (2009):
Effects of neutrophic learning enhancement vie G-CSF and housing conditions an learning and memory in TgCRND8 Alzheimer mice.
Seemann, Vera (2009):
Influences of an instable social environment on the behaviour and endocrinology of pregnant wild cavies (Cavia aperea).
Zipser, Benjamin (2009):
Maternal effects on dominance status and endocrinology of female domestic guinea pigs in dyadic interactions.


Ludwig, Florian Timo (2008):
Prenatal influence of voluntary exercise on learning abilities and corticosterone levels in TgCRND8 Alzheimer mice.
Talarico, Manuel (2008):
Molecular evolution of olfactory and vomeronasal receptor genes and olfactory communication in primates.


Master of education:

Borchardt, Meike (2016):
Haltungsbedingungen von Meeressäugern in deutschen zoologischen Gärten.

Janotta, Christian (2014):
Erarbeitung eines didaktischen Konzeptes: Soziale Beziehungen zwischen Individuen bei ausgewählten Tierarten im Allwetterzoo Münster.
Klinge Tina (2014):
Stress und Coping-Strategien bei Säugetieren.
Thiel, Sonja (2014):
Über die Neugier: Evolutionäre, neurobiologische, genetische und psychologische Grundlagen der Neugier.
Yazigi, Johannes (2014):
Muskelhypertrophie: Wirkungsmechanismen ausgewählter anaboler Substanzen sowie deren Anwendungsbereiche und Nachweisverfahren im Sportdoping.

Wiechmann, Milena (2013):
Vorkommen und Funktion des Schlafes bei Mensch und Tier.

Hölscher, Judith (2011):
Pränatale Stressbelastungen und dessen Auswirkungen auf die Verhaltensdisposition der Nachkommen.
Wenz, Anke (2011):
Monogamie bei Säugetieren.

Grauthoff, Sandra (2010):
Die Auswirkungen von Ängstlichkeit auf das Lernverhalten bei Serotoninransporter-Knockout-Mäusen.

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