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Pet dogs exhibit social preference for people who synchronize with them: what does it tell us about the evolution of behavioral synchronization?

By C. Duranton, T. Bedossa, F. Gaunet

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Volume 22
Issue 2
Pages 243-250
ISBN/ISSN 1435-9448
DOI 10.1007/s10071-019-01241-w
Language eng
Author Address Cognitive Psychology Laboratory (UMR 7290), 3C Research Federation, Aix-Marseille University, CNRS, 3 Place Victor Hugo, CS 80249, Bat. 9, Case D, 13331, Marseilles Cedex 03, France. charlotte.duranton@cegetel.net.AVA Association, Cuy-Saint-Fiacre, France. charlotte.duranton@cegetel.net.Ethodog, Research in Canine Ethology, 5bis Impasse Pierre Curie, 78600, Maisons-Laffitte, France. charlotte.duranton@cegetel.net.AVA Association, Cuy-Saint-Fiacre, France.Alfort National Veterinary School, Maisons-Alfort, France.Cognitive Psychology Laboratory (UMR 7290), 3C Research Federation, Aix-Marseille University, CNRS, 3 Place Victor Hugo, CS 80249, Bat. 9, Case D, 13331, Marseilles Cedex 03, France.
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  1. Animals
  2. Behavior and behavior mechanisms
  3. Bonds
  4. Dogs
  5. Humans
  6. mimicry
  7. synchronization
  8. Walking