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Human clothing and dog behavior: an unproven hypothesis

By H. Herzog

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The author identifies possible problems in the "design and interpretation of experiments [earlier reported in this journal that] seriously compromise the conclusion that dogs are influenced in systematic ways by human clothing patterns."

Publication Title Anthrozoos
Volume 10
Issue 2/3
Pages 82-83
ISBN/ISSN 0892-7936
Publisher Bloomsbury Journals (formerly Berg Journals)
DOI 10.2752/089279397787001094
Language English
Author Address Department of Psychology, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC 28723, USA.
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  1. Animal behavior
  2. Animals
  3. Animal welfare
  4. Anthrozoology
  5. Apparel
  6. Behavior and behavior mechanisms
  7. Canidae
  8. Canine
  9. Carnivores
  10. Clothing
  11. Color
  12. Dogs
  13. Experimentation
  14. Humans
  15. Mammals
  16. Men
  17. peer-reviewed
  18. Pets and companion animals
  19. plot design
  20. Primates
  21. vertebrates
  1. peer-reviewed