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This book provides readers with a better understanding of canine science, including evolutionary concepts, ethograms, brain structures and development, sensory perspectives, the science of emotions, social structure, and the natural history of the species. It provides an accessible, engaging...

Author(s)
Ha, J. C.; Campion, T. L.
Publisher
Academic Press, London, UK
Citation
Dog behavior. Modern science and our canine companions, 2019, pp 205 pp.
Abstract

Dog Behavior: Modern Science and Our Canine Companions provides readers with a better understanding of canine science, including evolutionary concepts, ethograms, brain structures and development, sensory perspectives, the science of emotions, social structure, and the natural history of the...

Author(s)
Campion, J. H. T.
Publisher
Academic Press, London, UK
Citation
Dog behavior: modern science and our canine companions, 2018, pp 278 pp.
CABI Book Chapter Info
Cover for Canine electroencephalograph transients in the Sigma range relate to memory.

Author(s)
Iotchev, I. B.; Kis, A. V.; Bódizs, R.; Luijtelaar, G. van; Kubinyi, E.
ISBN
2017 CABI (H ISBN 9781786394583)
Type
Book chapter; Conference paper
Abstract

Behavioral laterality reflects the cerebral functional asymmetry. Measures of laterality have been associated with emotional stress, problem-solving, and personality in some vertebrate species. Thus far, the association between laterality and personality in the domestic dog has been largely...

Author(s)
Barnard, S.; Wells, D. L.; Hepper, P. G.; Milligan, A. D. S.
Publisher
American Psychological Association, Inc., Washington DC, USA
Citation
Journal of Comparative Psychology, 2017, 131, 3, pp 246-256
Abstract

Domestication drives changes in animal cognition and behaviour. In particular, the capacity of dogs to socially learn from humans is considered a key outcome of how domestication shaped the canid brain. However, systematic evidence for social learning from humans in other domestic species is...

Author(s)
Nawroth, C.; Baciadonna, L.; McElligott, A. G.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Animal Behaviour, 2016, 121, pp 123-129
Abstract

Background: Dogs have human-directed social skills that allow them to communicate and cooperate with humans. We have previously identified two loci on chromosome 26 associated with human contact-seeking behaviors during an unsolvable problem task in laboratory beagles (Persson et al., 2016). The...

Author(s)
Persson, M. E.; Sundman, A. S.; Halldén, L. L.; Trottier, A. J.; Jensen, P.
Publisher
PeerJ, San Francisco, USA
Citation
PeerJ, 2018, 6, 5889, pp e5889
Abstract

Dogs have evolved to become the animal species most integrated with human society. Surprisingly, the origins and mechanisms of the remarkable co-evolution are still obscure and provide fuel for debates. Brain imaging studies showing up similarities and recent results implicating the hormone...

Author(s)
Gross, M.
Publisher
Cell Press, Cambridge, USA
Citation
Current Biology, 2015, 25, 17, pp R733-R736
Abstract

Understanding dogs' perceptual experience of both conspecifics and humans is important to understand how dogs evolved and the nature of their relationships with humans and other dogs. Olfaction is believed to be dogs' most powerful and perhaps important sense and an obvious place to begin for the...

Author(s)
Berns, G. S.; Brooks, A. M.; Spivak, M.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Behavioural Processes, 2015, 110, pp 37-46
Abstract

Socialisation is a unique learning process that enables young animals to better adapt to their future adult social habitat. Behind this apparent behavioural process is a neurologic structuration of the brain and enhancement of the mind.

Author(s)
Dehasse, J.
Publisher
Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations (FECAVA), Paris, France
Citation
European Journal of Companion Animal Practice, 2014, 24, 3, pp 4-8
Abstract

Left-right asymmetries in behavior associated with asymmetries in the brain are widespread in the animal kingdom [1], and the hypothesis has been put forward that they may be linked to animals social behavior [2,3]. Dogs show asymmetric tail-wagging responses to different emotive stimuli [4] - the...

Author(s)
Siniscalchi, M.; Lusito, R.; Vallortigara, G.; Quaranta, A.
Publisher
Cell Press, Cambridge, USA
Citation
Current Biology, 2013, 23, 22, pp 2279-2282

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