About the research
I am a PhD-student in cognitive zoology. Although my research focuses on embodied methods of measuring episodic memory in animals and children, I am also interested in these capacities that most likely contribute to or stem from personal recall: self-recognition, time and space perception, and planning. Right now I am working with ravens at LU Corvid Station and domestic cats, but I plan to involve great apes at the Furuvik Zoo, human adults and children in my research.
- von Uexkull, J. (2016). Pasaże ku światom zwierząt i ludzi : Książka z obrazkami niewidzialnych światów. Katarzyna Bobrowicz.
- Bobrowicz, K. (2014). (Ed.) Światy Ludzi i Zwierząt : Eseje. Katarzyna Bobrowicz.
- Bobrowicz, K. & Osvath, M. (accepted/in press). Cognition in the fast lane : ravens’ gazes are half as short as humans’ when choosing objects. Animal behavior and cognition. Sciknow Publications Ltd..
- Bobrowicz, K. & Osvath, M. (2018). Cats Parallel Great Apes and Corvids in Motor Self-Regulation – Not Brain but Material Size Matters. Frontiers in Psychology. Frontiers.
- Kabadayi, C., Bobrowicz, K. & Osvath, M. (2018). The detour paradigm in animal cognition. Animal Cognition, 21, 21-35. Springer.
- Bobrowicz, K. & Haman, M. (2017). Altered video task : a non-verbal measure of what-who-where recall in young children. Behaviour and Information Technology, 36, 1177-1192. Taylor & Francis.
- Sauciuc, G.-A., Persson, T., Bååth, R., Bobrowicz, K. & Osvath, M. (2016). Affective forecasting in an orangutan : predicting the hedonic outcome of novel juice mixes. Animal Cognition, 19, 1081-1092. Springer.
Book chapters (1)
- Bobrowicz, K. (2014). Existential Meanders of Bloody Ignorant Apes : Waiting as the Organising Principle of Existence. In Wojtas, P. (Ed.) (pp. 23-31). Faculty of Artes Liberales, University of Warsaw.
Conference contributions (8)
- Bobrowicz, K. & Osvath, M. (2017). Cats parallel great apes and corvids in motor self-regulation, but size matters.
- Bobrowicz, K. & Osvath, M. (2017). Cylinder size affects cat performance in the motor self-regulation task.
- Bobrowicz, K., Haman, M. & Bobrowicz, R. (2016). Altered Video Task : A Promising Alternative for Elicited/deferred Imitation Task in Young Children. In Spink, A., Riedel, G., Zhou, L., Teekens, L. E. A., Albatal, R. & Gurrin, C. (Eds.) (pp. 140-146).
- Bobrowicz, K., Haman, M. & Bobrowicz, R. (2016). Altered video task in 15-month-olds : how to bridge the gap between Tulving’s definition and current methods?.
- Bobrowicz, K., Osvath, H. & Osvath, M. (2016). Temporal perception in ravens : does mammalian three-second window apply to avian visual perception?.
- Bobrowicz, K. & Bobrowicz, R. (2014). Can cats travel into the past? : The choice of exit in the context of who, where and when. Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research, 9, 4-5. Elsevier.
- Bobrowicz, K. & Bobrowicz, R. (2014). How to measure episodic memory in 12-month-old infants : Implications for future research. In Spink, A., van den Broek, E. L., Loijens, L., Woloszynowska-Fraser, M. & Noldus, L. (Eds.) (pp. 327-328).
- Bobrowicz, K. & Bobrowicz, R. (2014). How to measure episodic-like memory in rats and cats : Implications for future research. In Spink, A., van den Broek, E. L., Loijens, L., Woloszynowska-Fraser, M. & Noldus, L. (Eds.) (pp. 329-331).