About the research
I am a doctoral student in Cognitive Zoology Group, and I have a keen interest in psychology and animal cognition. What interests me most, is how animals and people use memories of the past to act in the present. Nothing is more rewarding for me than meeting new individuals, both animal and human, that I can work with. So far, I have worked with rats, cats, ravens, great apes, Goffin's cockatoos and people, both children and adults, but I am always open to new challenges. Please feel free to contact me if I can be of help!
- Bobrowicz, K. (2019). Memory for Problem Solving: Comparative Studies in Attention, Working and Long-term Memory. MediaTryck Lund. Dissertation.
- 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. (2019). Cognition in the fast lane : ravens’ gazes are half as short as humans’ when choosing objects. Animal behavior and cognition, 6, 81-97. 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).