47. Bruzzone, M., Gatto, E., LUCON-XICCATO, T., Dalla Valle, L., Fontana, C. M., Meneghetti, G., & Bisazza, A. (2020). Measuring recognition memory in zebrafish larvae: issues and limitations. PeerJ accepted manuscript.

46. Santacà, M, LUCON-XICCATO, T., & Agrillo, C. (2020) The Delboeuf illusion’s bias in food choice of teleost fishes: an inter-specific study. Animal Behaviour, accepted manuscript.

45. LUCON-XICCATO, T., Crane, A., Ferrari, M. C. O., & Chivers, D. (2020). Exposure to predation risk reduces lateralization in fathead minnows. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, accepted manuscript.

44. LUCON-XICCATO, T., De Russi, G., & Bertolucci, C. (2020). A novel-odour exploration test for measuring anxiety in adult and larval zebrafish. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 335, 108619.

43. LUCON-XICCATO, T., Bisazza, A., & Bertolucci, C. (2020). Guppies show sex and individual differences in the ability to inhibit behaviour. Animal Cognition, doi: 10.1007/s10071-020-01357-4.

42. LUCON-XICCATO, T., Montalbano, G., & Bertolucci, C. (2020). Personality traits covary with individual differences in inhibitory abilities in 2 species of fish. Current Zoology, 66, 187-195.

41. LUCON-XICCATO, T., Gatto, E., & Bisazza, A. (2020). Male and female guppies differ in problem-solving abilities. Current Zoology, 66, 83-90.

40. LUCON-XICCATO, T., Di Mauro, G., Bisazza, A., & Bertolucci, C. (2020). Alarm cue-mediated response and learning in zebrafish larvae. Behavioural Brain Research, 380, 112446.

39. LUCON-XICCATO, T., Dadda, M., & Bisazza, A. (2019). Vegetation cover induces developmental plasticity of lateralisation in tadpoles. Current Zoology, doi: 10.1093/cz/zoz061.

38. LUCON-XICCATO, T., Bisazza, A., & Pilastro, A. (2019). Exploratory behaviour covaries with preference for unfamiliar males in female guppies. Animal Behaviour, 155, 217-224.

37. LUCON-XICCATO, T., Anastasia, N., Mazzoldi, C., & Griggio, M. (2019). Familiarity and sex modulate size-dependent following behaviour in the Mediterranean killifish. The Science of Nature, 106, 31.

36. Santacà, M., Busatta, M., LUCON-XICCATO, T., & Bisazza, A. (2019). Sensory differences mediate species variation in detour task performance. Animal Behaviour, 155, 153-162.

35. LUCON-XICCATO, T., & Bertolucci, C. (2019). Guppies show rapid and lasting inhibition of foraging behaviour. Behavioural Processes, 164, 91-99.

34. LUCON‐XICCATO, T. (2019). Tadpoles modulate antipredator responses according to the abundance of vegetation experienced during the embryonic stage. Journal of Zoology, 308, 259-265.

33. LUCON-XICCATO, T. (2019). Chemical alarm cues allow prey to adjust their defensive behaviour to cover abundance. Behavioural Processes, 162, 86-89.

32. Santacà M., Busatta M., Savaşçı B. B., LUCON-XICCATO T., Bisazza A. (2019) The effect of experience and olfactory cue in an inhibitory control task in guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Animal Behaviour, 151, 1-7.

31. LUCON-XICCATO T., Santacà M., Miletto Petrazzini M. E., Agrillo C., Dadda M. (2019) Guppies, Poecilia reticulata, perceive a reversed Delboeuf illusion. Animal Cognition, 22, 291-303.

30. LUCON‐XICCATO T., Manabe K., Bisazza A. (2019) Guppies learn faster to discriminate between red and yellow than between two shapes. Ethology, 125, 82-91.

29. Cattelan S., LUCON-XICCATO T., Pilastro A. Griggio M. (2019) Familiarity mediates equitable social associations in guppies. Behavioral Ecology, 30, 249-255.

28. Gatto E., LUCON-XICCATO T., Bisazza A. (2018) Factors affecting the measure of inhibitory control in a fish (Poecilia reticulata). Behavioural Processes, 157, 11-17.

27. LUCON-XICCATO T., Ferrari M. C. O, Chivers D. P., Bisazza A. (2018) Odour recognition learning of multiple predators by amphibian larvae. Animal Behaviour, 140, 199-205.

26. LUCON-XICCATO T., Gatto E., Bisazza A. (2018) Quantity discrimination by treefrogs. Animal Behaviour, 139, 61-69.

25. LUCON-XICCATO T., Gatto E., Bisazza A. (2017) Fish perform like mammals and birds in inhibitory control tasks. Scientific Reports, 7, 13144.

24. Miletto Petrazzini M.E., Agrillo C., Bisazza A., LUCON XICCATO T. (2017) Sex differences in discrimination reversal learning in the guppy. Animal Cognition, 20, 1081-1091.

23. LUCON-XICCATO T., Dadda M. (2017) Personality and cognition: sociability negatively predicts shoal size discrimination performance in guppies. Frontiers in Comparative Psychology, 8, 1118.

22. LUCON-XICCATO T., Griggio M. (2017) Shoal sex composition affects exploration in the Mediterranean killifish. Ethology, 123, 818-824.

21. LUCON-XICCATO T., Mazzoldi C., & Griggio M. (2017). Sex composition modulates the effects of familiarity in new environment. Behavioural Processes, 140, 133-138.

20. Cattelan S., LUCON-XICCATO T., Pilastro A., Griggio M. (2017) Is the mirror test a valid measure of fish sociability? Animal Behaviour, 127, 109-116.

19. LUCON-XICCATO T., Bisazza A. (2017). Individual differences in cognition among teleost fishes. Behavioural Processes, 141, 184-195.

18. LUCON-XICCATO T., Bisazza A. (2017). Complex maze learning by fish. Animal Behaviour, 125, 69-75.

17. LUCON-XICCATO T., Dadda M., Gatto E., Bisazza A. (2017). Development and testing of a rapid method for measuring shoal size discrimination. Animal Cognition, 20, 149-157.

16. LUCON-XICCATO T., Bisazza A. (2017). Sex differences in spatial abilities and cognitive flexibility in the guppy. Animal Behaviour, 123, 53-60.

15. LUCON XICCATO T., Dadda M. (2017). Individual guppies differ in quantity discrimination performance across antipredator and foraging contexts. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 71, 13.

14. Gatto E., LUCON-XICCATO T., Savaşçı B. B., Dadda M., Bisazza A. (2017). Experimental setting affects the performance of guppies in a numerical discrimination task. Animal Cognition, 20, 187-198.

13. LUCON-XICCATO T., Chivers D. P., Mitchell M. D., Ferrari M. C. O. (2017). Prenatal exposure to predation affects predator recognition learning via lateralization plasticity. Behavioral Ecology, 28, 253-259.

12. LUCON-XICCATO T., Chivers D. P., Mitchell M. D., Ferrari M. C. O. (2016) Making the dead talk: alarm cue-mediated antipredator behaviour and learning are enhanced when injured conspecifics experience high predation risk. Biology Letters, 12, 20160560.

11. Chivers D. P., Mitchell M. D., LUCON-XICCATO T., Brown G. E., Ferrari M. C. O. (2016). Background risk influences learning but not generalization of predators. Animal Behaviour, 121, 733-744.

10. Mitchell M. D., Ferrari M. C. O., LUCON-XICCATO T., Chivers D. P. (2016). Diet cues alter the development of predator recognition templates in tadpoles. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 70, 1707-1713.

9. LUCON-XICCATO T., Dadda M. (2016). Guppies show behavioural but not cognitive sex differences in a novel object recognition task. PLoS ONE, 11, e0156589.

8. LUCON-XICCATO T., Dadda M., Bisazza A. (2016). Sex differences in discrimination of shoal size in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata). Ethology, 122, 481-491.

7. LUCON-XICCATO T., Bisazza A. (2016). Male and female guppies differ in speed but not in accuracy in visual discrimination learning. Animal Cognition, 19, 733-744.

6. LUCON-XICCATO T., Miletto Petrazzini M. E., Agrillo C., Bisazza A. (2015). Guppies discriminate between two quantities of food items but prioritize item size over total amount. Animal Behaviour, 107, 183-191.

5. Miletto Petrazzini M. E., LUCON-XICCATO T., Agrillo C., Bisazza A. (2015). Use of ordinal information by fish. Scientific Reports, 5, 15497.

4. LUCON-XICCATO T., Nati J. H. J., Blasco F. R., Johansen L. J., Steffensen F. J., Domenici P. (2014). Severe hypoxia impairs lateralization in a marine teleost fish. Journal of Experimental Biology, 217, 4115-4118.

3. LUCON-XICCATO T., Bisazza A. (2014). Discrimination reversal learning reveals greater female behavioural flexibility in guppies. Biology Letters, 10, 20140206.

2. Bisazza A., Agrillo C., LUCON-XICCATO T. (2014). Extensive training extends numerical abilities of guppies. Animal Cognition, 17, 1413-1419.

1. LUCON-XICCATO T., Dadda M. (2014). Assessing memory in zebrafish using the one-trial test. Behavioural Processes, 106, 1-4.