Anna Frohnwieser is currently working as a PhD student at the University of Lincoln, UK, investigating social cognition in bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps) by building a robot that can interact with them.
Her previous research includes picture-object recognition in pigeons and the influence of personal space intrusions on walking behaviour in humans.
Associate demonstrator in the School of Life Sciences
Animal behaviour and cognition
HEA Associate Fellowship
— Higher Education Academy, 2016
— University of Vienna, 2013
— University of Vienna, 2012
Certificate of Excellence for Highly Commended Oral Presentation
— ASAB Easter Conference 2015, 2015
— University of Lincoln, 2013
Austrian Research Promoting Agency (FFG) grant n° 827790
— Austrian Research Promoting Agency (FFG), 2012
International Society for Human Ethology (ISHE)
Comparative Cognition Society (CCS)
Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB)