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Behavioural Ecology

The Behavioural Ecology Research Group of the University of Debrecen investigates the behaviour of animals ranging from hydras, throught firebugs and birds to mice. Our interest is twofold. First, we analyse the adaptive value of behavioural traits by means of theoretical models. Second, we test the predictions of our models on wild populations of animals. Behavioural Ecology Research Group, Department of Evolutionary Zoology, University of Debrecen, Debrecen, H-4010, Hungary Phone: +36 52 512-900 ext. 62334 or 62356, Fax: +36 52 512-941

Behaviour ecology meetings

  1. Modern vizsgálati módszerek a viselkedésökológiában (Debrecen, 2000)
  2. Modellek a viselkedésökológiában (Debrecen, 2002)
  3. Lineáris modellek alkalmazása a viselkedésbiológiában és az ökológiában (Debrecen, 2005)
  4. Behavioral Ecology Meeting (Cluj Napoca, 2007)
  5. Conflict and Cooperation Workshop (Debrecen, 2008)
  6. Cooperation in animal societies (Cluj Napoca, 2009)


Melinda Dorottya Alexáné Babits
PhD student
Attila Fülöp
PhD student
Zoltán Rádai
PhD student
Dr. Ádám Lendvai
associate professor
Gergely Osváth
PhD student
Johanna Kiss
PhD student
Dr. Miklós Bán
Dr. Zoltán Németh
assistant professor
Dr. Balázs Vági
research fellow
Dr. Jácint Tökölyi
senior lecturer
Anna Somogyi
PhD student
Johanna Hartmann
Nikoletta Andrea Nagy
PhD hallgató
Attila Marton
PhD hallgató
Dr. Zoltán Barta
professor of biology
Csongor I. Vágási
postdoc, PhD
Zsófia Tóth
PhD student