A reply to Helvenston and Hodgson, and Neely
Contributor(s):: Shipman, Pat
Central questions in the domestication of plants and animals
Contributor(s):: Zeder, Melinda A.
Darwin's anthropomorphism: an argument for animal-human continuity
Contributor(s):: Crist, Eileen
Exploring human: ape relationships through time
Contributor(s):: Mithen, Steven
Human domestication reconsidered
Contributor(s):: Leach, Helen M.
Les premiers Européens et la dynamique des interactions avec leur environnement :comportement écologique et niveau de cognition = First Europeans and the interaction dynamics with their environment : behavioural ecology and cognitive level
Contributor(s):: Échassoux, Annie
Problema grani mezhdu chelovekom i zhivotnymi: antropologicheskii aspekt
Contributor(s):: Kozintsev, A. G.
The animal connection and human evolution
Tvarinnnitstvo neolitichnogo naseleniia Ukraini
Contributor(s):: Zhuravleva, O. P., Kotov, N. S.
Wild thing, I think I love you. The importance of animals in human evolution: a comment on Shipman
Contributor(s):: Helvenston, Patricia A., Hodgson, Derek
Wolves and monogamy. A comment on Shipman
Contributor(s):: Neely, Sharlotte
A case for a naturalistic perspective: response to Lawrence and Bekoff
Contributor(s):: Paxton, D. W.
The author responds to commentaries on his original paper noting that "The paper is about questions, not answers. The orthodoxanswer in urban animal management — responsible pet ownership — is really the target of the naturalistic perspective. The paper requests urban authorities to always ask...
Paxton's panorama: naturalizing the bonds between people and dogs
Contributor(s):: Bekoff, M.
The author "want[s] to point out some gray areas in Paxton’s essay where I think more fleshing out is needed, especially how hisideas relate, perhaps uniquely, to the human–dog bond."
The hunter-gatherer prehistory of human-animal interactions
Contributor(s):: Mithen, S.
In this paper, the author "will examine some of the key moments in the evolution of human relationships with animals, tracking the emergence of these new relationships and the impact they havehad on our bodies, our minds and our culture," particularly the more recent hunting-gatherers of...
Cross-Fostered Chimpanzees Modulate Signs of American Sign Language
Contributor(s):: Chalcraft, Valerie J., Gardner, R. Allen
Social Communication in Canids: Evidence for the Evolution of a Stereotyped Mammalian Display
Contributor(s):: Bekoff, Marc
Affen und Menschen. (German)
Contributor(s):: Münch, Paul
Domestication effects on behavioural traits and learning performance: comparing wild cavies to guinea pigs
Contributor(s):: Brust, V., Guenther, A.
The domestication process leads to a change in behavioural traits, usually towards individuals that are less attentive to changes in their environment and less aggressive. Empirical evidence for a difference in cognitive performance, however, is scarce. Recently, a functional linkage between an...
Cryptosporidium spp. in pet birds: genetic diversity and potential public health significance
Contributor(s):: Qi, M., Wang, R., Ning, C., Li, X., Zhang, L., Jian, F., Sun, Y., Xiao, L.
DNA detection and genotypic identification of potentially human-pathogenic microsporidia from asymptomatic pet parrots in South Korea as a risk factor for zoonotic emergence
Contributor(s):: Lee, So-Young, Lee, Sung-Seok, Lyoo, Young S., Park, Hee-Myung