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Dr. Svetlana S. Gogoleva

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Department of Vertebrate Zoology, Faculty of Biology, Moscow State University, Vorobiovi gory, 1/12, Moscow 119899, Russia.

e-mail:gogolevasv@mail.ru  

Education:

From 2001 to 2006 - student of Biology Department of Lomonosov Moscow State University. Forth-year qualification work (analog of bachelor degree): "Influence of domestication process on vocalizations of captive red foxes (Vulpes vulpes)" (2006 April); Diploma work: “Comparison of vocalizations of captive red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) of different selection groups depending on a degree of influence of the man” (2007 May).

From 2006 to 2009 - postgraduate student of Biology Department of Lomonosov Moscow State University.

2010 - Ph.D. on Zoology. The theme of PhD Thesis "Alteration of vocal reactions in silver foxes (Vulpes vulpes) as a result of long-time selection for tolerance to people". Ph.D. Thesis

 

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Research interests:

Bioacoustics of Canidae, behaviour of mammals, domestication effects in animals.

Research project:

  • Silver fox (acoustic behaviour of red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) selected for various behavior toward humans).

Participance in scientific conferences:

  • 2007 September - 6th International Zoo and Wildlife Research Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics (Berlin, Germany), poster;
  • 2007 November - IV All-Russian conference on animal behavior ( Moscow, Russia), poster;
  • 2007 February – International Conference «Theriofauna of Russia and adjacent areas» (congress of Theriological Society), (Moscow, Russia), oral presentation;
  • 2007 August - International Conference Dedicated to 90 Anniversary of Prof. Dmitry  K. Belyaev «Current Evolutionary Thinking in Biology, Medicine and Sociology», Institute of Cytology and Genetic, (Novosibirsk, Russia), oral presentation;
  • 2009 September - The XXII International Bioacoustics Council Conference (IBAC), (Lisbon, Portugal), oral presentation;
  • 2009 November – 2nd Scientific Conference «Beheviour and behevioural ecology of mammals», (Moscow, Russia), poster.
  • 2011 International Conference “Theriofauna of Russia and adjacent areas” (Moscow, Russia) C56.pdf
     
Grants and Awards:
  • 2003-2005 – Participation in grant 03-04-48919 from the Russian Foundation for the Basic Research “Occurrence and communicative role of biphonations, subharmonics and laryngeal noise in mammallian calls”.
  • 2006-2008 - Participation in grant 06-04-48400 from the Russian Foundation for the Basic Research “The development and stability maintenance of individual features in vocalizations of birds and mammals”.
  • 2009 – Participation in grant 09-04-00416- from the Russian Foundation for the Basic Research “The role of vocal variability in animal communication”.

  • 2008-2009 – Supporting grant for talented PhD-students from Moscow State University.

 


Publications:

Articles:

  • Gogoleva S.S., Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Kharlamova A.V., Trut L.N. Explosive vocal activity for attracting human attention is related to domestication in silver fox // Behav. Process., 2011, v. 86, p. 216-221. 179.pdf

  • Gogoleva S.S., Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Kharlamova A.V., Trut L.N. Sign and strength of emotional arousal: Vocal correlates of positive and negative attitudes to humans in silver foxes (Vulpes vulpes) // Behaviour, 2010, v. 147, p. 1713-1736. 177.pdf
  • Gogoleva S.S., Volodina E.V., Volodin I.A., Kharlamova A.V., Trut L.N. The gradual vocal responses to human-provoked discomfort in farmed silver foxes // Acta Ethologica, 2010, v. 13, N 2, p. 75–85. 174.pdf
  • Gogoleva, S.S., Volodin, I.A., Volodina, E.V., Kharlamova, A.V. & Trut, L.N. Vocalization toward conspecifics in silver foxes (Vulpes vulpes) selected for tame or aggressive behavior toward humans. Behav. Process., 2010b, v. 84, p. 547–554. 172.pdf
  • Gogoleva S.S., Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Kharlamova A.V., Trut L.N. Kind granddaughters of angry grandmothers: The effect of domestication on vocalization in cross-bred silver foxes // Behav. Process., 2009, v. 81, N 3, p. 369–375. 169.pdf
  • Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Gogoleva S.S., Doronina L.O. Indicators of emotional 554 arousal in vocal emissions of the humans and nonhuman mammals. Journal of General Biology. Moscow, 2009, v. 70, p. 210–224 (available in Russian) 168.pdf

  • Gogoleva S.S., Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Trut L.N. To bark or not to bark: Vocalization in red foxes selected for tameness or aggressiveness toward humans // Bioacoustics, 2008, v. 18, 2, p. 99-132. 159.pdf

  • Gogoleva S.S., Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Trut L.N., Kharlamova A.V. The sustainable effect of selection for behaviour on vocalization in the silver fox. VOGiS Herald, v. 12, p. 24–31.(available in Russian) 156.pdf

Abstracts of scientific conferences:

  • Gogoleva S.V.,Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Trut L.N.. Influence of domestication process on vocalizations of captive red foxes (Vulpes vulpes). Thesis. International Conference «Theriofauna of Russia and adjacent areas», Moscow, Russia. p. 97

  • Gogoleva S.S., Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Trut L.N. Domestication changes the vocal expression of emotional arousal toward humans in the red fox Vulpes vulpes. 6th International Zoo and Wildlife Research Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics, IZW, Berlin, 2007, p. 93

  • Gogoleva S.S., Volodina E.V., Trut L.N. Vocal reactions red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) depend on their belonging to selection strain. Thesis. «IV All-Russian conference on animal behavior», KMK Scientific Press Ltd., Moscow, 2007, pp. 161-162

  • Gogoleva S.S., Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Kharlamova A.V., Trut L.N Discrete vocal traits in tame and aggressive strains of silver foxes and in crosses between them. The XXII International Bioacoustics Council Conference. IBAC, Lisbon, 2009, p. 37

  • Gogoleva S.S., Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Kharlamova A.V., Trut L.N. Relation of vocal behaviour red foxes with the nature of their reaction toward human. Thesis. 2-nd Scientific Conference «Beheviour and behevioural ecology of mammals», KMK Scientific Press Ltd., Moscow, 2009, p. 52

Popularization of science: papers (available in Russian):

  • Gogoleva S.S., Volodin I.A., Volodina E.V., Kharlamova A.V., Trut L.N. And if you sing, or maybe bark... Science&Life, Moscow, 2008, v. 9, pp. 58-62. 413 pdf.