Sándor Papp

Sándor PappContact:

Department of Limnology, University of Pannonia
Pf. 158, H-8201, Veszprém, Hungary
Tel.: +36 88 624249
Mobile: +36 20 2392510
Fax: +36 88 624747
e-mail: papps[at]almos.uni-pannon.hu

Biography:

I graduated as an agricultural engineer and specialized wildlife managemant at the Szent István University in Gödöllő. I wrote my thesis on the breeding biology and nutritional ecology of the marsh harrier (Circus aeruginosus). Ever since 2003 i have dealt with the examination of urban sparrowhawks (Accipiter nisus nisus). My hobbies are falconry, fishing and cycling. Currently I am a PhD student and my research is about urbanization and behavioral flexibility in house sparrows (Passer domesticus).

Publications:

Oral presentation:

Papp, S., Vejnovic, A., Hammer, T., Vincze, E., Preiszner, B., Pipoly, I., Seress, G., Bókony, V., Liker, A. 2015. Városi és erdei széncinegék (Parus major) kockázatvállaló viselkedésének vizsgálata a fészkelés alatt. X. Magyar Ökológus Kongresszus, Veszprém

Németh, B., Vincze, E., Papp, S., Preiszner, B., Seress, G., Hammer, T., Liker, A., Bókony, V. 2015. Széncinegék (Parus major) ragadozóval szembeni viselkedése az élőhely-urbanizáció függvényében. X. Magyar Ökológus Kongresszus, Veszprém

Hammer, T., Sinkovics, B.CS., Bókony, V., Papp, S., Pipoly, I., Somogyi, R.., Liker, A.,  2015. Lepkehernyók mennyiségének és időbeli változásának vizsgálata erdei és városi területeken. X. Magyar Ökológus Kongresszus, Veszprém

Vincze, E., Pipoly, I., Hammer, T., Papp, S., Preiszner, B., Seress, G., Németh, B., Bókony, V. & Liker, A. 2014. Behavioural responses to humans and predators by urban and rural passerines. (in Hungarian) 16th Congress of the Hungarian Ethological Society, Tihany.

Pipoly, I., Hammer, T., Papp, S., Preiszner, B., Seress, G., Szabó, K., Vincze, E., Bókony, V. & Liker, A. 2014. The frequency of extra-pair youngs in urban and rural Great Tit (Parus major) populations. (in Hungarian) 16th Congress of the Hungarian Ethological Society, Tihany.

Papp, S., Hammer, T., Vincze, E., Preiszner, B., Pipoly, I., Seress, G., Liker, A. & Bókony, V. 2014. Effects of urbanization on neofobia and problem-solving success in house and tree sparrows. (in Hungarian) 16th Congress of the Hungarian Ethological Society, Tihany.

Seress, G., Papp, S., Pipoly, I., Preiszner, B., Vincze, E., Liker, A. & Bókony, V. 2014. Size matters: effects of habitat urbanization on nestling provisioning of two sparrow species. (in Hungarian) 16th Congress of the Hungarian Ethological Society, Tihany.

Vincze, E., Papp, S., Preiszner, B., Seress, G., Liker, A. & Bókony, V. 2014. Flight initiation distance and habituation to humans in urban and rural house sparrows. “Spring Wind” Conference 2014, Debrecen.

Vincze, E., Papp, S., Preiszner, B., Seress, G., Liker, A. & Bókony, V. 2014. Flight initiation distance and habituation to humans in urban and rural house sparrows. VII. European Conference on Behavioural Biology, Prague.

Bókony, V., Lendvai Á.Z., Vágási, I.Cs., Patras, L., Pap, P.L., Vincze, E., Papp, S., Preiszner, B., Seress, G. & Liker, A. 2014. Necessity or capacity? Physiological state predicts problem-solving performance in house sparrows. Behaviour 2013, Newcastle.

Papp, S., Bókony, V., Vágási, I. Cs.& Liker, A. (2012): The urbanization and the role of the individual traits in problem solving succes in house sparrows (Passer domesticus). Környezettudományi Doktori Iskolák Konferenciája, Budapest

Papp, S. 2008. Feeding activity of male and female marsh harrier (Circus aeruginosus) and diet composition of nestlings. (In Hungarian) Zoological department of Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest.

Papp, S. 2007. Feeding activity of male and female marsh harrier (Circus aeruginosus) and diet composition of nestlings. (In Hungarian) National Scientific Conference of Students, Section Nature Zoology, Debrecen. (III. prize)

Papp, S. 2006. Feeding activity of male and female marsh harrier (Circus aeruginosus) and diet composition of nestlings. (In Hungarian) Scientific Conference of Students, Section Wildlife managemant, Szent István University, Gödöllő. (I. prize and two special awards)

Poster:

Seress, G., Papp, S., Pipoly, I., Preiszner, B., Vincze, E., Bókony, V., Liker, A. 2014. Size matters: effects of habitat urbanization on nestling provisioning in two sparrow species. 7th European Conference on Behavioural Biology, Prague.

Hammer, T., Papp, S., Pipoly, I., Preiszner, B., Seress, G., Vincze, E., Liker, A., Bókony, V. 2014. Effects of habitat urbanization on the breeding success of Great Tits (Parus major) 7th European Conference on Behavioural Biology, Prague.

Papp, S., Vincze E., Preiszner, B., Seress G., Liker A. & Bókony V. 2013. Problem solving success in urban and rural house sparrows Passer domesticus. 9th Conference of the European Ornithologists’ Union, Norwich.

Preiszner, B., Papp, S., Vincze E., Seress G., Bókony V. & Liker A. 2013. Is Social Status Influenced by Individual Problem-Solving Success in House Sparrows (Passer domesticus)? 14th Congress of The European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Lisbon.

Vincze, E., Papp, S., Preiszner, B., Seress G., Liker A. & Bókony V. 2013. Recognition of individual humans differs between urban and rural house sparrows. Behaviour 2013, Newcastle.

Papp, S., Bókony, V., Vágási, I. Cs.& Liker, A. (2012): The urbanization and the role of the individual traits in problem solving succes in house sparrows (Passer domesticus). IX. Ecologist Congress, Keszthely

Tóth, L., Papp, S., Palatitz, P. & Széll, A . 2006. Feeding activity of male and female marsh harrier (Circus aeruginosus) and diet composition of nestlings. 1st European Congress of Conservation Biology, Eger, Hungary.

Paper

Reprints either below or from here.

Preiszner, B., Papp, S., Vincze, E., Bókony, V. & Liker, A. 2015. Does innovation success influence social interactions? An experimental test in house sparrows. Ethology 121: 661-673.

Papp, S., Vincze, E., Preiszner, B., Liker, A. & Bókony, V. 2015. A comparison of problem-solving success between urban and rural house sparrows. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69: 471-480.

Vincze, E., Papp, S., Preiszner, B., Seress, G., Liker, A. & Bókony, V. 2015.
Does urbanization facilitate individual recognition of humans by house sparrows?
Animal Cognition 18: 291-298.

Bókony, V., Lendvai, Á.Z., Vágási, I.Cs., Pătraş, L., Pap, P.L., Németh, J., Vincze, E., Papp, S., Preiszner, B., Seress, G. & Liker, A. 2013. Necessity or capacity? Physiological state predicts problem-solving performance in house sparrows. Behavioral Ecology 25: 124-135.

Download PDFPapp, S. (2012): Breeding of Eurasian Sparrowhawks (Accipiter nisus) in two
Hungarian towns. Aquila Vol. 118, p. 49–54

Sipos, M., Papp, S., Szöcs, T., Ruszkai, K. & Tőzsér, J. 2010. Accipitridae importance in falconry. Animal welfare 2010/1.

Tóth, L., Papp, S., Palatitz, P. & Széll, A. 2006. Wireless camera system used to observed the breeding marsh harriers. (In Hungarian) Vadbiológia Volume 12. : 62-69.

Papp, S. 2001. Buzzard. (In Hungarian) Természet Világa 2002/10: 154-155.