prof. dr. Johan Bolhuis
J.J.Bolhuis@uu.nl
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Chair
Cognitive Neurobiology
Endowed by Utrecht University
Date of appointment 01.10.2001
Inaugural lecture date 16.10.2002
Profile

Johan J. Bolhuis obtained his PhD in Zoology (cum laude) at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands, and was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, UK, and at the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge, UK. He was Visiting Professor at the Department of Zoology, University of Salzburg (Austria) and Associate Professor at the Institute of Biology, Leiden University, The Netherlands. He was appointed full professor of behavioural biology at Utrecht University in 2001, the same year that he received the Dutch Zoology Prize. He has served as an Editor of Animal Behaviour and president of the Royal Dutch Zoological Society, is Editor of Behavioural Processes, and Academic Editor of PLoS One, and Scientific Reports, a new online and open access journal from the Publishers of Nature. Professor Bolhuis' main research interests are in the behavioural, neural and cognitive mechanisms of learning, memory and development. In particular, his current research is concerned with the neural mechanisms of birdsong memory. In addition, he has a theoretical interest in the relationship between evolution, cognition, and the brain.

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Curriculum vitae

Johan J. Bolhuis is full professor of Cognitive Neurobiology at the Departments of Psychology and Biology, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. He obtained his PhD in Zoology (cum laude) at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands, and was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Universities of Edinburgh and Cambridge, UK. He was Asscociate Professor at Leiden University, The Netherlands. He has served as an editor of Animal Behaviour, and as president of the Royal Dutch Zoological Society and is currently Editor-in-Chief of Behavioural Processes and Academic Editor of PloS One and Scientific Reports. He was awarded the Zoology Prize of the Royal Dutch Zoological Society in 2001. His main research interests are in the behavioural, neural and cognitive mechanisms of learning, memory and development. His current research is focused on the neural mechanisms of song learning in songbirds, and the parallels with human speech and language, on which he published two reviews in Nature Reviews Neuroscience. In addition, he has a theoretical interest in the relationship between evolution, cognition, and the brain, on which he published essays in Nature and PLoS Biology. He is editor or co-editor of seven books on animal behaviour and cognitive neuroscience, including Brain, Perception, Memory (OUP, 2000), in honour of Sir Gabriel Horn, and the forthcoming Birdsong, Speech, and Language (MIT Press, 2013). Together with Luc-Alain Giraldeau he is editor of the university textbook The Behavior of Animals (Blackwell, 2005). 

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Key publications:

Bolhuis, J.J., Tattersall, I., Chomsky, N. & Berwick, R.C. (2014) How could language have evolved? PLoS Biology, 12(8), e1001934. 

Berwick, R.C., Friederici, A.D., Chomsky, N. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2013) Evolution, brain, and the nature of language. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 17, 89-98.

Moorman, S., Gobes, S.M.H., Kuijpers, M., Kerkhofs, A., Zandbergen, M.A. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2012) Human-like brain hemispheric dominance in birdsong learning. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 109, 12782-12787.

Bolhuis, J.J., Brown, G.R., Richardson, R.C. & Laland, K.N. (2011) Darwin in mind: New opportunities for evolutionary psychology. PLoS Biology, 9 (7), e1001109.

Berwick, R.C., Okanoya, K., Beckers, G.J.L. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2011) Songs to syntax: The linguistics of birdsong. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 15, 113-121.

Bolhuis, J.J., Okanoya, K. & Scharff, C. (2010) Twitter evolution: Converging mechanisms in birdsong and human speech. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 11, 747-759.

Bolhuis, J.J. & Wynne, C.D.L. (2009) Can evolution explain how minds work? Nature, 458, 832-833.

Gobes, S.M.H.  & Bolhuis, J.J. (2007) Bird song memory: A neural dissociation between song recognition and production. Current Biology, 17, 789-793.

Bolhuis, J.J. & Gahr, M. (2006) Neural mechanisms of birdsong memory. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 7,  347-357.

Bolhuis, J.J. & Macphail, E.M. (2001) A critique of the neuroecology of learning and memory. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 5, 426-433.

Bolhuis, J.J., Zijlstra, G.G.O., Den Boer-Visser, A.M. & Van der Zee, E.A. (2000) Localized neuronal activation in the zebra finch brain is related to the strength of song learning. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 97, 2282-2285.

Bolhuis, J.J. & Honey, R.C. (1998) Imprinting, learning, and development: from behaviour to brain and back. Trends in Neurosciences, 21, 306-311.

All publications
  Books - Scholarly publications
Bolhuis, J.J. & Giraldeau, L.-A. (2010). Animal Behaviour. London, UK: SAGE.
Bolhuis, J.J. & Verhulst, S. (2009). Tinbergen's Legacy: Function and Mechanism in Behavioral Biology. (272 p.). Cambridge, MA, USA: Cambridge University Press.
Bolhuis, J.J. & Giraldeau, L.-A. (2005). The Behavior of Animals. Mechanisms, Function and Evolution. Oxford: Blackwell Publ..
Bolhuis, J.J. & Giraldeau, L.-A. (2004). The Behavior of Animals, Mechanisms, function and evolution. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
  Books - Professional publications
Hogan, J.A. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2009). Causal Mechanisms of Behavioural Development. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  Articles - Scholarly publications
Everaert, M.B.H. & Bolhuis, J.J. (01.12.2017). The biology of language. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, Volume 81 (Part B), (pp. 99-102).
Everaert, M.B.H., Huijbregts, M.A.C., Berwick, Robert, Chomsky, N., Tattersall, Ian, Moro, Andrea & Bolhuis, J.J. (2017). What is Language and How Could it Have Evolved?. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 1691, (pp. 569-571).
Eda-Fujiwara, Hiroko, Satoh, Ryohei, Hata, Yuka, Yamasaki, Marika, Watanabe, Aiko, Zandbergen, Matthijs A., Okamoto, Yasuharu, Miyamoto, Takenori & Bolhuis, Johan J. (04.01.2016). Sex differences in behavioural and neural responsiveness to mate calls in a parrot. Scientific Reports, 6.
Beckers, G.J.L., Berwick, Robert, Okanoya, Kazuo & Bolhuis, J.J. (22.12.2016). What do animals learn in artificial grammar studies?. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Bolhuis, Johan J & Moorman, Sanne (29.03.2015). Birdsong memory and the brain - In search of the template. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 50, (pp. 41-55) (15 p.). Copyright © 2014. Published by Elsevier Ltd..
Bolhuis, Johan J, Brown, Malcolm W & Johnson, Mark H (2015). Brain, memory and development - the imprint of Gabriel Horn. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 50, (pp. 1-3) (3 p.).
Bolhuis, Johan J & Giraldeau, Luc-Alain (2015). Cause and function in behavioural biology - A tribute to Jerry Hogan. Behavioural Processes, 117, (pp. 1-3) (3 p.).
Bolhuis, Johan J (2015). Evolution cannot explain how minds work. Behavioural Processes, 117, (pp. 82-91) (10 p.). Copyright © 2015 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved..
Bolhuis, Johan J, Tattersall, Ian, Chomsky, Noam & Berwick, Robert C (2015). Language - UG or not to be, that is the question. PLoS Biology, 13 (2), (pp. e1002063).
Moorman, Sanne, Gobes, Sharon M H, van de Kamp, Ferdinand C, Zandbergen, Matthijs A & Bolhuis, Johan J (2015). Learning-related brain hemispheric dominance in sleeping songbirds. Scientific Reports, 5, (pp. 9041).
Everaert, Martin B H, Huybregts, Marinus A C, Chomsky, Noam, Berwick, Robert C & Bolhuis, Johan J (09.11.2015). Structures, Not Strings - Linguistics as Part of the Cognitive Sciences. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 19 (12), (pp. 729–743) (15 p.). Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved..
Beckers, Gabriël J L, Berwick, Robert C & Bolhuis, Johan J (2014). Comparative analyses of speech and language converge on birds. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 37 (6), (pp. 547-8; discussion 577-604).
Bolhuis, Johan J., Tattersall, Ian, Chomsky, Noam & Berwick, Robert C. (2014). How could language have evolved?. PLoS Biology, 12 (8), (pp. 1-6) (6 p.).
Berwick, R.C., Friederici, A.C., Chomsky, N. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2013). Evolution, brain and the nature of language. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 17, (pp. 89-98) (10 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. (2013). Minding the gap. Science, 339, (pp. 143) (1 p.).
Berwick, R.C., Beckers, G.J.L., Okanoya, K. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2012). A bird's eye view of human language evolution. Frontiers in Evolutionary Neuroscience, 4, (pp. 5) (1 p.).
Beckers, G.J.L., Bolhuis, J.J., Okanoya, K. & Berwick, R.C. (2012). Birdsong neurolinguistics: Songbird context-free grammar claim is premature. NeuroReport, 23, (pp. 139-145) (7 p.).
Moorman, S., Gobes, S.M.H., Kuijpers, M., Kerkhofs, A., Zandbergen, M.A. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2012). Human-like brain hemispheric dominance in birdsong learning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109, (pp. 12782-12787) (6 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J., Gobes, S.M.H., Terpstra, N.J., den Boer-Visser, A.M. & Zandbergen, M.A. (2012). Learning-related neuronal activation in the zebra finch song systemnucleus HVC in response to the bird's own song. PLoS One, 7 (7), (pp. e41556) (1 p.).
Eda-Fujiwara, H., Imagawa, T., Matsushita, K., Matsuda, Y., Takeuchi, H., Satoh, R., Watanabe, A., Zandbergen, M.A., Manabe, K., Kawashima, T. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2012). Localized brain activation related to the strengh of auditory learning in a parrot. PLoS One, 7 (6), (pp. e38803) (1 p.).
Hemelrijk, C.K. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2011). A minimalist approach to comparative psychology. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 15, (pp. 185-186) (2 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J., Brown, G.R. & Richardson, R.C. (2011). Darwin in mind: New opportunities for evolutionary psychology. PLoS Biology, 9 (7).
Moorman, S., Mello, C.V. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2011). From songs to synapses: Molecular mechanisms of birdsong memory. BioEssays, 33 (5), (pp. 337-385) (49 p.).
Berwick, R.C., Okanoya, K., Beckers, G.J.L. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2011). Songs to syntax: the linguistics of birdsong. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 15, (pp. 113-121) (9 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J., Okanoya, K. & Scharff, C. (2011). Twitter evolution: Converging mechanisms in birdsong and human speech. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 11, (pp. 747-759) (13 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. & Eda-Fujiwara, H. (2010). Birdshong and the brain: The syntax of memory. NeuroReport, 21, (pp. 395-398) (4 p.).
Gobes, S.M.H., Zandbergen, M.A. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2010). Memory in the making: Localized bain activation related to song learning in young songbirds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 277, (pp. 3343-3351) (9 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. & Wynne, C.D.L. (2009). Can evolution explain how minds work?. Nature, 458, (pp. 832-833) (2 p.).
Gobes, Sharon M H, Ter Haar, Sita M, Vignal, Clémentine, Vergne, Amélie L, Mathevon, Nicolas & Bolhuis, Johan J (2009). Differential responsiveness in brain and behavior to sexually dimorphic long calls in male and female zebra finches. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 516 (4), (pp. 312-20) (9 p.).
Jansen, J., Bolhuis, J.J., Schouten, W.G., Spruijt, B.M. & Wiegant, V.M. (2009). Spatial learning in pigs: effects of environmental enrichment and individual characteristics on behaviour and performance. Animal Cognition, 12 (2), (pp. 303-315) (13 p.).
Gobes, S.M.H. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2008). Bird brains key to the functions of sleep. Science, 322, (pp. 1789) (1 p.).
Boumans, T., Gobes, S.M.H., Poirier, C., Theunissen, F.E., Vandersmissen, L., Pintjens, W., Verhoye, M., Bolhuis, J.J. & van der Linden, A. (2008). Functional MRI of auditory responses in the zebra finch forebrain reveals a hierarchical organisation based on signal strength but not selectivity. PLoS One, 3, (pp. e3184) (1 p.).
Goossens, B.M.A., Dekleva, M., Reader, S.M., Sterck, E.H.M. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2008). Gaze following in monkeys is modulated by observed facial expressions. Animal Behaviour, 75, (pp. 1673-1681) (9 p.).
Brodin, A. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2008). Memory and brain in food storing birds: space oddities or adaptive specialisations?. Ethology, 114, (pp. 633-645) (13 p.).
Wynne, C.D.L. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2008). Minding the gap: Why there is still no theory in comparative psychology. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 31, (pp. 152-153) (2 p.).
Gobes, S.M.H. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2007). Birdsong memory: A neural dissociation between song recognition and production. Current Biology, 17, (pp. 789-793) (5 p.).
Terpstra, N.J., Bolhuis, J.J., Riebel, K., van der Burg, J.M.M. & den Boer-Visser, A.M. (2006). Localized brain activation specific to auditory memory in a female songbird. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 494, (pp. 784-791) (8 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. & Gahr, M. (2006). Neural mechanisms of birdsong memory. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 7, (pp. 347-357) (11 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. (2005). Function and mechanism in neuroecology: Looking for clues. Animal Biology, 55, (pp. 457-490) (34 p.).
Terpstra, N.J., Bolhuis, J.J., den Boer-Visser, A.M. & ten Cate, C. (2005). Neuronal activation related to auditory perception in a non-songbird, the ring dove. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 488, (pp. 342-351) (10 p.).
Hogan, J.A. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2005). The development of behavior: Trends since Tinbergen (1963). Animal Biology, 55, (pp. 371-398) (28 p.).
Terpstra, N.J., Bolhuis, J.J. & den Boer-Visser, A.M. (2004). An analysis of the neural representation of birdsong memory. Journal of Neuroscience, 24, (pp. 4971-4977) (7 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. & Eda-Fujiwara, H. (2003). Bird brains and songs: neural mechanisms of birdsong perception and memory. Animal Biology, 53, (pp. 129-145) (17 p.).
Eda-Fujiwara, H., Satoh, R., Bolhuis, J.J. & Kimura, T. (2003). Neuronal activation in female budgerigars is localized and related to male song complexity. European Journal of Neuroscience, 17, (pp. 149-154) (6 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. & Macphail, E.M. (2002). Everything in neuroecology makes sense in the light of evolution. Response from Bolhuis and Macphail. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 6 (1), (pp. 7-8) (2 p.).
Riebel, K., Smallegange, I.M., Terpstra, N.J. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2002). Sexual equality in zebra finch song preference: evidence for a dissociation between song recognition and production learning. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, B 269, (pp. 729-733) (5 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. & Macphail, E.M. (2001). A critique of the neuroecology of learning and memory. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 5 (10), (pp. 426-433) (8 p.).
  Articles - Professional publications
Bolhuis, J.J. (2009). Denkend aan Darwin. BioNieuws, 19, (pp. 10) (1 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. (2009). EP or not EP, that is the question. Academische boekengids, 76, (pp. 20) (1 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. (2009). Gissen naar de geschiedenis van de geest. Academische boekengids, 75, (pp. 34-39) (6 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. (2005). Op zoek naar het brein achter ons geheugen. Natuurkundige Voordrachten van de Koninklijke Maatschappij voor Natuurkunde "Diligentia"; Nieuwe Reeks, 83 (83), (pp. 45-54) (10 p.).
  Articles - Popularising publications
Duwell, M. & Bolhuis, J.J. (24.04.2016). De evolutie leert ons geen moraal. Trouw - De Verdieping
Duwell, M. & Bolhuis, J.J. (23.04.2016). De evolutie leert ons geen mores. Trouw
Bolhuis, J.J. (2010). De menselijke taal in vogelliedjes. BioNieuws, 20, (pp. 12-13) (2 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. (27.05.2006). Het neurovisie songfestival. BioNieuws, 9, (pp. 6-6) (1 p.).
  Book parts / chapters - Scholarly publications
Moorman, S. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2013). Behavioral similarities between birdsong and spoken language. In J.J. Bolhuis & M.B.H. Everaert (Eds.), Birdsong, Speech & Language (pp. 111-123) (13 p.). Cambridge, MA, USA: MIT Press.
Gobes, S.M.H., Fritz, J. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2013). Neural mechanisms of auditory learning and memory in songbirds and mammals. In J.J. Bolhuis & M.B.H. Everaert (Eds.), Birdsong, Speech & Language (pp. 295-315) (21 p.). Cambridge, MA, USA: MIT Press.
Giraldeau, L.-A. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2011). Function and evolution of animal behaviour. In J.J. Bolhuis & L.-A. Giraldeau (Eds.), Animal Behaviour, Vol. 3, The Function of Behaviour (pp. vii-xviii). London, UK: SAGE.
Bolhuis, J.J. & Honey, R.C. (2011). Imprinting, learning, and development: From behaviour to brain and back. In J.J. Bolhuis & L.-A. Giraldeau (Eds.), Animal Behaviour, Vol. 2 (pp. 153-163) (11 p.). London, UK: SAGE.
Bolhuis, J.J. (2010). Imprinting. In I.B. Weiner & W.E. Craighead (Eds.), The Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology (pp. 806-807) (2 p.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Bolhuis, J.J. & Giraldeau, L.-A. (2010). Imprinting, learning, and development: From behaviour to brain and back. Vol. 2, Development of Animal Behaviour. In J.J. Bolhuis & L.A. Giraldeau (Eds.), Animal Behaviour (pp. 153-163) (11 p.). London: SAGE.
Bolhuis, J.J. & Giraldeau, L.-A. (2010). Introduction: Mechanisms of animal behaviour. In J.J. Bolhuis & L.-A. Giraldeau (Eds.), Animal Behaviour, Vol. 1, Causation: The mechanisms of Animal Behaviour London, UK: SAGE.
Bolhuis, J.J. & Giraldeau, L.-A. (2010). Introduction: Mechanisms of animal behaviour. Vol. 1, Causation: The Mechanisms of Animal Behaviour. In J.J. Bolhuis & L.A. Giraldeau (Eds.), Animal Behaviour
Bolhuis, J.J. (2009). Function and mechanism in neuroecology: looking for clues. In J.J. Bolhuis & S. Verhulst (Eds.), Tinbergen's Legacy: Function and Mechanism in Behavioural Biology (pp. 163-196) (272 p.). Cambridge University Press.
Hogan, J.A. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2009). The development of behavior: Trends since Tinbergen (1963). In J.J. Bolhuis & S. Verhulst (Eds.), Tinbergen's Lecacy: Function and Mechanism in Behavioural Biology (pp. 82-106) (272 p.). Cambridge University Press.
Hogan, J.A. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2009). Tinbergen's four questions and contemporary behavioral biology. In J.J. Bolhuis & S. Verhulst (Eds.), Tinbergen's Lecacy: Function and Mechanism in Behavioural Biology (pp. 25-34) (272 p.). Cambridge University Press.
Bolhuis, J.J. (2008). Chasin' the trace: The neural substrate of bird song memory. In H.P. Zeigler & P. Marler (Eds.), Neuroscience of Birdsong (pp. 269-279) (11 p.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Bolhuis, J.J. (2008). Neural dissociation between vocal production and auditory recognition memory in both songbirds and humans. In A.D.M. Smith, K. Smith & R. Ferrer I Cancho (Eds.), The Evolution of Language (pp. 403-404) (2 p.). New Yersey, USA: World Scienctific.
Bolhuis, J.J. & Hogan, J.A. (2005). Ethological approaches to behavioural development. In B. Hopkins (Eds.), The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Child Development (pp. 64-69). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Bolhuis, J.J. & Giraldeau, L.-A. (2005). The study of animal behavior. In J.J. Bolhuis & L.A. Giraldeau (Eds.), The Behavior of Animals. Mechanisms, Function, and Evolution Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
Bolhuis, J.J. (2004). Biography of a brilliant birdwatcher. In H. Kruuk (Eds.), Niko's nature. A life of Niko Tinbergen and his science of animal behaviour (pp. 1140-1141) (2 p.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Bolhuis, J.J. (2004). Development of Behavior. In J.J. Bolhuis & L.-A. Giraldeau (Eds.), The Behavior of Animals. Mechanisms, Function, and Evolution Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
Bolhuis, J.J. & Horn, G. (2003). Imprinting:. In J.H. Byrne (Eds.), Learning and Memory (pp. 247-251) (5 p.). New York: MacMillan Reference USA/ Thomas & Gale.
Lefebvre, L. & Bolhuis, J.J. (2003). Positive and negative correlates of feeding innovations in birds: evidence for limited modularity. In S. Reader & K. Laland (Eds.), Animal Innovation (pp. 39-61) (23 p.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  Inaugural speech - Other output
Bolhuis, J.J. (16.10.2002). De Evolutie van de Gedragsbiologie. (28 p.). Utrecht: UU, oratie.
  Book editorship - Scholarly publications
Bolhuis, J.J. & Everaert, M.B.H. (2013). Birdsong, Speech and Language. Exploring the Evolution of Mind and Brain. (544 p.). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Bolhuis, J.J. (2004). Biography of a brilliant birdwatcher. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Book review:.
  Book reviews - Scholarly publications
Bolhuis, J.J. (2011). Flattering to deceive. Journal Title
Bolhuis, J.J. (2009). Selfless memes. Journal Title
Bolhuis, J.J. (2008). Piling on the selection pressure. Science, 320, (pp. 1293) (1 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. (2007). Folk ethology bewijst Tinbergen geen eer. BioNieuws, 17, (pp. 7-7) (1 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. (2007). Niko's natuurwetenschap. Academische boekengids, 64, (pp. 21-23) (3 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. (2002). Making sense in the light of evolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 17, (pp. 535-536) (2 p.).
  Book reviews - Professional publications
Bolhuis, J.J. (2005). Acting on instinct. Nature, 435, (pp. 740-741) (2 p.).
Bolhuis, J.J. (2005). We're not Fred or Wilma. Science, 309, (pp. 706) (1 p.). Review of: Adapting Minds. Buller, D.J..
  Special issue - Scholarly publications
Everaert, M.B.H. & Bolhuis, J.J. (01.12.2017). Special issue 'The Biology of Language'. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 81 (part B), (pp. 99-300) (202 p.).
  Conference - Scholarly publications
Bolhuis, J.J. (13.03.2012) Organiser Workshop Animal Communication and Language Evolution. Evolang congress (13.01.2012) Title: Co-chair and organiser
Bolhuis, J.J. (26.07.2002) Organiser Internationaal Symposium van de Koninklijke Nederlandse Dierkundige Vereniging (26.01.2002) Title: Bird brains and behaviour: perception, cognition and production
  Editorial activity - Scholarly publications
Bolhuis, J.J. (2012) Editorial board member Animal Biology (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2012) Editorial board member Behavioural Processes (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2012) Editorial board member BioEssays (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2012) Editorial board member PLoS One (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2011) Editorial board member Animal Biology (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2011) Editorial board member BioEssays (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2011) Editorial board member PLoS One (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2010) Editorial board member Ethology (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2009) Editorial board member Ethology (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2008) Editorial board member Animal Biology (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2008) Editorial board member Ethology (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2002) Editorial board member Animal Behaviour (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2002) Editorial board member Behavioural Processes (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2002) Editorial board member Developmental Psychobiology (Journal)
Bolhuis, J.J. (2002) Editorial board member Netherlands Journal of Zoology (Journal)
  Invited talk - Scholarly publications
Bolhuis, J.J. (15.11.2013) Invited speaker Evolution cannot explain how minds work Austin, Texas (15.11.2013)
Bolhuis, J.J. (14.11.2013) Invited speaker Evolution cannot explain how minds work & Twitter evolution Austin, Texas (14.11.2013)
Bolhuis, J.J. (26.03.2013) Invited speaker Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar Cambridge (26.01.2013) In memory
Bolhuis, J.J. (14.11.2013) Invited speaker Twitter evolution. Brains for birds and brats. Austin, Texas (14.11.2013)
Bolhuis, J.J. (13.03.2012) Invited speaker Invited lecture at Workshop 'Animal Communication and Language Evolution', EvoLang (Evolution of Language) congress Kyoto, Japan (13.01.2012) Birdson and spoken language: Similarities and differences
Bolhuis, J.J. (18.03.2010) Invited speaker Invited speaker at Gordon Research Conference Ventura, CA, USA (18.01.2010) Boundaries and forces in behavioral evolution
Bolhuis, J.J. (2010) Invited speaker Invited speaker at 11th EMBL/EMBO Science & Society conference, The DIfference between the Sexes - From Biology to Behaviour. European Molecular BIology Laboratory Heidelberg, Germany (01.01.2010)
Bolhuis, J.J. (18.11.2008) Invited speaker Society for Neuroscience Congress Washington DC, USA (18.01.2008) Immediate early gene expression in the auditory forebrain of juvenile zebra finches in response to familiar and unfamiliar song
Bolhuis, J.J. (19.11.2008) Invited speaker Society for Neuroscience Congress Washington DC, USA (19.01.2008) Localized neuronal activation in the budgerigar brain related to the strength of learning of human words
Bolhuis, J.J. (12.03.2008) Invited speaker Evolang, 7th Evolution of Language Conference Barcelona, Spain (12.01.2008) Neural dissociation between vocal production and auditory recognition memory in both songbirds and humans
Bolhuis, J.J. (15.08.2007) Invited speaker XXXth International Ethology Conference Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (15.08.2007 - 23.08.2007) Gaze following in monkeys is modulated by facial expressions
  Invited talk - Popularising publications
Bolhuis, J.J. (26.03.2013) Invited speaker sponsored by the British Neuroscience Association, Cambridge Neuroscience Seminair, Cambridge University (Cambridge) (26.01.2013) Sir Gabriel Horn Memorial Lecture
Bolhuis, J.J. (12.12.2012) Invited speaker Symposium 'The Adapted Mind - 20 years on'. (Gent, Belgium) (12.01.2012) Evolution cannot explain how minds work
Bolhuis, J.J. (13.03.2012) Invited speaker Guest lecture at Tokyo Evolutionary Linguistics Forum, University of Tokyo (Tokyo, Japan) (13.01.2012) Tripartite evolution in birdsong and spoken language
Bolhuis, J.J. (15.04.2010) Invited speaker Invited speaker at Evolang 8 & Studium Generale, Universiteit Utrecht (Utrecht) (15.01.2010) Twitter evolution: Birdsong, speech & language
Bolhuis, J.J. (30.10.2009) Invited speaker Guest lecture at School of Psychology in St. Andrews (St. Andrews, UK) (30.01.2009) Evolution & Cognition: Darwin meets Tinbergen
Bolhuis, J.J. (09.10.2009) Invited speaker Guest lecture, Departement des Sciences Biologiques, Unversité de Québec à Montreal (Montreal, Québec, Canada) (09.01.2009) Evolution & Cogniton: Darwin meets Tinbergen
Bolhuis, J.J. (21.11.2008) Invited speaker Invited lecture at the University of Maryland (Baltimore, MD, USA) (21.01.2008) Singing and the brain. Neural mechanisms of birdsong memory
Bolhuis, J.J. (24.11.2008) Invited speaker Invited lecture at Harvard University (Cambridge, MA, USA) (24.01.2008) Singing and the brain. Neural mechanisms of birdsong memory
Bolhuis, J.J. (12.11.2008) Invited speaker Invited lecture at City College (New York, NY, USA) (12.01.2008) Singing and the brain. Neural mechanisms of birdsong memory
Bolhuis, J.J. (16.09.2002) Invited speaker Symposium en cursus (Boedapest (Hongnarije)) (16.01.2002) 'Bird song, memory, and the brain'
Bolhuis, J.J. (25.09.2002) Invited speaker Symposium 'Learning Processes' Groninger Biologen Club (Groningen) (25.01.2002) 'Singing in the brain: mechanisms of bird song learning'
Bolhuis, J.J. (15.01.2002) Invited speaker Gastlezing (Oldenburg (Duitsland)) (15.01.2002) 'Singing in the brain: neural mechanisms of birdsong learning'
  Membership of committee - Scholarly publications
Bolhuis, J.J. (2011) Member Scientific Organising Committee (External organisation) Voorzitter
Bolhuis, J.J. (2002) Member Nederlandse Oganisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO) (External organisation) Lid van de kerngroep van de beleidsadviescommissie
Bolhuis, J.J. (2002) Member wetenschappelijk (Event) Lid van de Raad van Toezicht
Bolhuis, J.J. (2002) Member wetenschappelijk (Event) Voorzitter
Bolhuis, J.J. (2001) Member Koninklijke Nederlandse Dierkundige Vereniging (External organisation) voorzitter
Bolhuis, J.J. (2000) Member Gedragsbiologie (External organisation) Editor tijdschrift Animal Behaviour
  Prize (including medals and awards) - Other output
Bolhuis, J.J. 2009 Recipient ALW Open Program grant for a 4 year PhD studentship, € 242.655,- Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter
Bolhuis, J.J. 2011 Recipient EU Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship € 255.069,40 for Dr. Gabriel Beckers European Commission
Bolhuis, J.J. 2013 Recipient For the organisation of a Royal netherlands Academy for Sciences (KNAW) Academy Colloquium 'The Biology of Language: Evolution, Brain, Development', € 23.000,- Koninklijke Nederlandse Academie van Wetenschappen
Bolhuis, J.J. 2011 Recipient Grants for the organization of Zoology 2011, 18th Benelux Congress of Zoology, Utrecht, € 22.500,- Nederlandse Oganisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO)
Bolhuis, J.J. 2012 Recipient Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship (€ 255,069,40) for Dr. Gabriel Beckers External unknown
Bolhuis, J.J. 2012 Recipient NWO/OCW ‘Zwaartekracht’ (‘Gravity’) grant ‘Individual Development’ (€ 27.6 million), as PI in a consortium led by Prof. Chantal Kemner (Utrecht). Nederlandse Oganisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO)
Bolhuis, J.J. 2013 Recipient Open Competition grant 'Evolution, Ethics, and Meta-Ethids. The (Meta-)Ethical Implications of Evolutionary Explanations of Morality', € 968.472,- Nederlandse Oganisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO)
Bolhuis, J.J. 2013 Recipient The Biology of Language: Evolution, Brain, Development.
Bolhuis, J.J. Recipient Toekenning CID project - A neurogenetic analysis of birdsong learning as a model for infant development CID
Bolhuis, J.J. 2009 Recipient Utrecht University Focus & Mass Area Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, grant of € 60.000,- for project: "Recording memories: An electrophysiological analysis of birdsong learning". Utrecht University
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Project:
1001 Critical Days
01.12.2017 to 01.12.2020
General project description 

The first 1001 days of a child’s life, from conception to the age of two, are of vital importance for the development of our complex brain. The brain structure (e.g. different cell types, connections between brain regions) is formed, which will determine a range of skills and cognitive abilities of the child later in life. This project will focus on language development, as an example of an important skill that is dependent on proper brain development. How do stimuli in the first 1001 days influence language acquisition (and disorders)? 

Role Researcher Funding
Utrecht University: Dynamics of Youth
Project members UU
External project members:
  • Prof. dr. Jeroen Pasterkamp
  • Dr. Corrette Wierenga

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Currently prof. dr. Johan Bolhuis teaches the following course(s):
CodeDescriptionF/PLevelECTS
TL3V14106 Tlc-Language Evolution & Development V 3 7.5
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Additional functions and activities

President, Royal Dutch Zoological Society, 2001-2007

Animal Biology: Member of Editorial Board, 2003-

Behavioural Processes: Editor-in-Chief, 2012 -

BioEssays: Member of Editorial Board, 2011 -

Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews: Guest Editor, 2013-2014.

PloS One: Academic Editor, 2011 -

Scientific Reports: Academic Editor, 2011-

 

 

 

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Full name
prof. dr. J.J. Bolhuis Contact details
Nieuw Gildestein

Yalelaan 2
Room 249
3584 CM  UTRECHT
The Netherlands


Phone number (direct) +31 30 253 5404
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