Prof. Dr. habil. Katharina Hirschenhauser

Hochschulprofessorin

Prof. Dr. habil. Katharina Hirschenhauser

Biologie mit den Schwerpunkten Verhaltensbiologie und Zoologie in den Lehramtsstudien der Sekundarstufe und im Grundschulbereich (Sachunterricht)

Vorsitzende Arbeitskreis für Gleichbehandlungsfragen

Kontakt

Telefon: +43 732 7470-7286
Büro: Raum 218, 2. OG
E-Mail: katharina.hirschenhauser@ph-ooe.at
Adresse: Kaplanhofstraße 40 4020 Linz ÖSTERREICH
Sprechzeiten: nach Vereinbarung

Arbeitsschwerpunkte und Projekte

    • Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten, Forschung
    • Vergleichende Verhaltensbiologie
    • Soziale Neuroendokrinologie
    • Biophilie, Einsatz von Tieren in der Schule

    • Stress und Lernen:
      - Stressforschung an Lernenden und Lehrenden
      - Soziale Pufferwirkungen
      - Exekutive Funktionen

      • ·         Wirkungen außerschulischer Angebote im Sachunterricht I
        Begleitung des
        Sparkling Science Projektes Quo volis Geronticus eremita?
        in Kooperation mit Brigitte Neuböck-Hubinger und der Universität Wien

       



      Lebenslauf

      Akademischer Werdegang

      2013               Habilitation an der Universität Wien

      Seit 2012 –      Hochschulprofessorin an der Pädagogischen Hochschule OÖ

      2009 – 2011     Visiting scientist am Max Planck Institut für Ornithologie,
                             Seewiesen, Deutschland

      Seit 2005 –      Lektorin an der Universität Wien

      2003 – 2006     Post-Doc an der Konrad Lorenz Forschungsstelle Grünau (KLF) /
                             Universität Wien

      1999 – 2002     Post-Doc am Instituto Superior de Psicología Aplicada (ISPA),
                             Lissabon, Portugal

      1999               Doktorat (PhD) KLF Grünau / Universität Wien

      1995               Diplom (MSc) Universität Wien

      Auszeichnungen / Preise

      2012                    L’Oréal Österreich ‘For Women in Science‘
                                 verliehen durch die Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften

      2010 – 2012         ‘Focus of Excellence’
                                 der Fakultät für Lebenswissenschaften, Universität Wien

      2010                    ‘Niko Tinbergen Preis‘
                                 der Ethologischen Gesellschaft e.V.

      2009                    Alexander von Humboldt Fellow

       

      Seit 2010              Associate Editor Acta Ethologica (Springer Verlag)

      Publikationen

      Buchbeiträge

      Hirschenhauser K 2017. Neurophysiologie von Emotionen im pädagogischen Kontext. In (M Huber & S Krause, Hrsg.) Bildung und Emotion. Springer Verlag, in press.

      Schermaier A, Weisl H, Hirschenhauser K 2017. bio@school 6 - Lehrplan 2017. Linz: Veritas Verlag (Schulbuch Nr. 180.755)

      Schermaier A, Weisl H, Hirschenhauser K 2015. bio@school 6. Linz: Veritas Verlag (Schulbuch Nr. 170.11.8)

      Feyerer E, Hirschenhauser K, Soukup-Altrichter K, Hrsg., 2014. Last oder Lust: Forschung und Lehrer_innenbildung. Beiträge zur Bildungsforschung, Band 1, Waxmann Verlag.

      Hirschenhauser K, Fischer H, Buhrow, H, Kotrschal K 2013. Goose research then and now: ethology in flux. In (IBR Scheiber, BM Weiß, J Hemetsberger, K Kotrschal, Eds.) The Social Life of Geese, chapter 2. Cambridge University Press

      Nedelcu I, Hirschenhauser K 2013. Maintenance of the monogamous pair bond. In (IBR Scheiber, BM Weiß, J Hemetsberger, K Kotrschal, Eds.) The Social Life of Geese, chapter 4. Cambridge University Press

      Kotrschal K, Scheiber IBR, Hirschenhauser K 2010. Individual performance in complex social systems: the greylag example. In (P Kappeler, Ed.) Animal Behaviour: Evolution and Mechanisms, chapter 5. Springer Verlag, pp 119-148.

      Hirschenhauser K, Frigerio D 2005. Hidden patterns of male sex hormones and behavior vary with life history. In (L Anolli, G Riva, S Duncan Jr, MS Magnusson, Eds) The Hidden Structure of Interaction: from Neurons to Culture Patterns, chapter 5. Amsterdam: IOS-Press, pp 82-96.

      Oliveira RF, Ros AFH, Hirschenhauser K, Canário AVM 2001. Androgens and mating systems in fish: Intra- and interspecific analyses. In (Goos HJT, Rastogi RK, Vaudry H, Pierantoni R, Eds.) Perspectives in Comparative Endocrinology: Unity and Diversity. Monduzzi Editore Sorrento (Napoli), Italy: pp 985-993.


      Artikel in Fachzeitschriften (peer-reviewed)

      Hirschenhauser K, Meichel Y, Schmalzer S, Beetz AM 2017. Children love their pet - do relationships between children and pet co-vary with phylogenetic distance, gender and age? Anthrozoös 30(3), 441-456.

      Neuböck-Hubinger B, Aschauer M, Breitwieser I, Schwarz T, Bisenberger A & Hirschenhauser K 2016. Lehramtstudierende erforschen den Einsatz von lebenden Tieren und Pflanzen im Sachunterricht. Gesellschaft für Didaktik des Sachunterrichts GDSU Journal 5, 41-54.

      Hirschenhauser K, Schietz J, Waldl G 2016. Grafomotorische Förderung - auch späte Förderung zeigt noch Wirkung auf Schriftbild und Schreibmotivation. Forschungsperspektiven 8, 159-174.

      Hirschenhauser K, Gürtler H, Millesi E 2016. Salivary cortisol patterns in nine-year old children - testing the effects of daily exercises on school-related stress load. EthoNews 74, 8-13.

      Hirschenhauser K, Gahr M, Goymann W 2013. Winning and losing in public. Audiences direct future success in Japanese quail. Horm. Behav. 63, 625-633.

      Hirschenhauser K 2012. Testosterone and partner compatibility: evidence and emerging questions. Ethology 118, 799-809 (invited review)

      Hirschenhauser K, Spreitzer K, Lepschy M, Kotrschal K, Möstl E 2012. Excretion patterns of corticosterone metabolites differ between two galliform species, Japanese quail and chicken. J. Ornithol. 153, 1179-1188.

      Hirschenhauser K, Weiß BM, Haberl W, Möstl E, Kotrschal K 2010. Female androgen patterns and within-pair testosterone compatibility in domestic geese (Anser domesticus). Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 165, 195-203. 

      Soares MC, Bshary R, Fusani L, Goymann W, Hau M, Hirschenhauser K, Oliveira RF 2010. Hormonal mechanisms of cooperative behaviour. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 365, 2737-2750.

      Weiß BM, Kotrschal K, Möstl E, Hirschenhauser K 2010. Social and life-history correlates of hormonal partner compatibility in greylag geese (Anser anser). Behav. Ecol. 21, 138-143.

      Bertin A, Hirschenhauser K, Kotrschal K 2009. Trans-generational influence of human disturbances in Japanese quail: egg quality influences male social and sexual behaviour. Ethology 115, 879-887.

      Weiß BM, Poggemann K, Olek K, Foerster K, Hirschenhauser K 2008. Isolation and characterization of microsatellite marker loci in the greylag goose (Anser anser). Molec. Ecol. Resources 8, 1411-1413.

      Hirschenhauser K, Wittek M, Johnston P, Möstl E 2008. Social context rather than behavioral output or winning modulates post-conflict testosterone responses in Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica). Physiol. Behav. 95, 457-463.

      Bertin A, Richard-Yris MA, Houdelier C, Lumineau S, Möstl E, Kuchar A, Hirschenhauser K, Kotrschal K 2008. Habituation to humans affects yolk steroid levels and offspring phenotype in quail. Horm. Behav. 54, 396-402.

      Hirschenhauser K, Canário AVM, Ros AFH, Taborsky M, Oliveira RF 2008. Social context may affect urinary excretion of 11-ketotestosterone in African cichlids. Behaviour 145, 1367-1388.

      Scott AP, Hirschenhauser K, Bender N, Oliveira RF, Earley RL, Sebire M, Ellis T, Pavlidis M, Hubbard PM, Huertas M, Canário AVM 2008. Non-invasive measurement of steroids in fish-holding water: important considerations when applying the procedure to behaviour studies. Behaviour 145, 1307-1328. 

      Garamszegi LZ, Hirschenhauser K, Bokony V, Eens M, Hurtrez-Bousses S, Møller AP, Oliveira RF, Wingfield JC 2008. Latitudinal distribution, migration and testosterone levels in birds. Am. Nat. 172, 533-546. 

      Bokony V, Garamszegi LZ, Hirschenhauser K, Liker A 2008. Testosterone and melanin-based black plumage coloration: a comparative study. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 62, 1229-1238.

      Scheiber IBR, Weiß BM, Hirschenhauser K, Wascher CAF, Nedelcu IT, Kotrschal K 2007. Does 'relationship intelligence' make big brains in birds? The Open Biology Journal 1, 6-8.

      Hirschenhauser K, Oliveira RF 2006. Social modulation of androgens in male vertebrates: meta-analyses of the ‘challenge hypothesis’. Anim. Behav. 71, 265-277.

      Hirschenhauser K, Kotrschal K, Möstl E 2005. A synthesis of measuring steroid metabolites in goose feces. Ann. NY Acad. Sci. 1046, 138-153.

      Goymann W, Moore IT, Scheuerlein A, Hirschenhauser K, Grafen A, Wingfield JC 2004. Testosterone in tropical birds: effects of environmental and social factors. Am. Nat. 164, 327-334. 

      Hirschenhauser K, Taborsky M, Oliveira T, Canário AVM, Oliveira RF 2004. A test for the ‘challenge hypothesis’ in cichlid fish: simulated partner and territory intruder experiments. Anim. Behav. 68, 741-750. 

      Frigerio D, Hirschenhauser K, Möstl E, Dittami J, Kotrschal K 2004. Experimentally elevated testosterone increases status signalling in male Greylag geese (Anser anser). Acta Ethol. 7, 9-18.

      Hirschenhauser K, Winkler H, Oliveira RF 2003. Comparative analyses of male androgen responsiveness to social environment in birds: the effects of mating system and paternal incubation. Horm. Behav. 43, 508-519.

      Oliveira RF, Hirschenhauser K, Canário AVM, Taborsky M 2003. Androgen levels of reproductive competitors in a cooperatively breeding cichlid. J. Fish Biol. 63, 1615-1620.

      Oliveira RF, Hirschenhauser K, Carneiro LA, Canário AVM 2002. Social modulation of androgen levels in male teleost fish. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. B 132, 203-215. 

      Hirschenhauser K, Frigerio D, Grammer K, Magnusson MS 2002. Monthly patterns of testosterone and behavior in prospective fathers. Horm. Behav. 42, 172-181.

      Ros AFH, Hirschenhauser K, Oliveira RF 2001. The interaction of activational and organizational effects of early androgens on aggression in juvenile birds: A reply to Saszvàri et al. Ethology 107, 851-853. 

      Hirschenhauser K, Möstl E, Wallner B, Dittami J, Kotrschal K 2000. Endocrine and behavioural responses of male Greylag geese (Anser anser) to pairbond challenges during the reproductive season. Ethology 106, 63-78.

      Hirschenhauser K, Peczely P, Möstl E, Wallner B, Dittami J, Kotrschal K 2000. Seasonal relationships between plasma and fecal testosterone in response to GnRH in domestic ganders. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 118, 262-272.

      Kotrschal K, Dittami J, Hirschenhauser K, Möstl E, Peczely P 2000. Effects of physiological and social challenges in different seasons on fecal testosterone and corticosterone in male domestic geese (Anser domesticus). Acta Ethol. 2, 115-122.

      Hirschenhauser K, Möstl E, Kotrschal K 1999. Seasonal patterns of sex steroids determined from feces in different social categories of Greylag geese (Anser anser). Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 114, 67-79. 

      Hirschenhauser K, Möstl E, Kotrschal K 1999. Within-pair testosterone covariation and reproductive output in Greylag geese (Anser anser). Ibis 141, 577-586.

      Kotrschal K, Hirschenhauser K, Möstl E 1998. Social stress and dominance: the relation is seasonal in Greylag geese (Anser anser). Anim. Behav. 55, 171-176. 

      Publizierte Abstracts internationaler Konferenzbeiträge

      Hirschenhauser K, Frigerio D, Neuböck-Hubinger 2016. Wirkungen außerschulischer Angebote im Sachunterricht: das Waldrapp-Projekt. transfer Forschung<>Schule 2, 307-308.

      Jäger N, Hirschenhauser K 2014. Stress hormone patterns in 9-year old children during dog-assisted reading. Poster published by the International Society for Anthrozoology, posters.isaz.net.

      Zechner L, Hammer K, Hirschenhauser K, Pfeifer M, Grünschachner-Berger V 2009. Census and monitoring of bird species in the national park Gesäuse, Austria. Proceedings of the 4th Symposium for Research in Protected Areas, Kaprun, Austria

      Weiß BM, Möstl E, Hirschenhauser K 2005. Within-pair testosterone compatibility as a currency for pairbond quality in Greylag geese? Horm. Behav. 48, 133-134.

      Moore IT, Goymann W, Scheuerlein A, Hirschenhauser K, Grafen A, Wingfield JC 2004. Testosterone in tropical birds: How high and why? Integr. Comp. Biol. 44, 609.

      Hirschenhauser K, Oliveira RF 2004. Androgen responsiveness to the social environment: a comparative approach. Horm. Behav. 46, 131-132.

      Oliveira RF, Silva A, Hirschenhauser K, Canário AVM 2003. Experiential effects and androgens in a cichlid fish. Horm. Behav. 44, 67.

      Hirschenhauser K, Ros AFH, Carneiro LC, Oliveira T, Silva A, Canário AVM, Oliveira RF 2002. Non-invasive hormone assessment from fish-holding water. Advances in Ethology 37, 139.

      Hirschenhauser K, Winkler H, Oliveira RF 2001. Comparative analyses of the social modulation of androgens: The effects of mating and paternal care among birds and other vertebrates. Advances in Ethology 36, 75.

      Hirschenhauser K, Winkler H, Oliveira RF 2001. The ‚challenge hypothesis’ revisited: control for phylogeny. Horm. Behav. 39, 333.

      Ros AFH, Carneiro LAC, Hirschenhauser K, Canário AVM, Oliveira RF 2000. Measuring hormones from fish-holding water. Trabajos Inst. Cajal 77, 153.

      Hirschenhauser K, Oliveira RF 2000. The ‘challenge hypothesis’ revisited: a meta-analysis. Trabajos Inst. Cajal 77, 305.

      Kotrschal K, Hirschenhauser K, Möstl E, Peczely P 1999. Testosterone and corticosterone determination from feces in geese yields biologically relevant results. Advances in Ethology 34, 207.

      Hirschenhauser K, Möstl E, Kotrschal K 1999. Faecal analysis of androgens and its relevance for the study of social behaviour and reproductive success in Greylag geese (Anser anser). Advances in Ethology 34, 206.

      Frigerio D, Hirschenhauser K, Wallner B, Kotrschal K 1997. Experimentally increased testosterone affects behaviour and corticosterone in male greylag geese. Advances in Ethology 32, 59.

      Hirschenhauser K, Dittami J, Möstl E, Wallner B, Kotrschal K 1997. Testosterone and behaviour during different phases of reproduction in greylag geese (Anser anser). Advances in Ethology 32, 61.