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  1. 'Libido' in the larger farm animals: a review

    | Contributor(s):: Wodzicka-Tomaszewska, M., Kilgour, R., Ryan, M.

    The term 'libido', first used by Freud to refer to the force by which the sexual instinct is represented in the mind, has become more and more used to refer to some aspects of sexual behaviour in large domestic animals. From being a wide, rather imprecise term, it has come to be defined...

  2. Do Animals Have an Interest in Liberty?

    | Contributor(s):: Cochrane, Alasdair

  3. Exploring breed differences in dogs (Canis lupus familiaris): Does exaggeration or inhibition of predatory response predict performance on human-guided tasks?

    | Contributor(s):: Monique A.r. Udall, Margaret Ewald, Nicole R. Dorey, Clive D. Wynne

    Domestic dogs’, Canis familiaris, responsiveness to human action has been a topic of scientific interest for almost two decades. However, are all breeds of domestic dog equally prepared to succeed on humanguided object-choice tasks? In the current study we compared three breeds of...

  4. Immanuel Kant and the song of the House Sparrow

    | Contributor(s):: Wickler, Wolfgang

  5. Innate preference for native prey and personality implications in captive amur tigers

    | Contributor(s):: Wang, Qi, Liu, Dan, Holyoak, Marcel, Jia, Teng, Yang, Shengfan, Liu, Xifeng, Kong, Xuanmin, Jiang, Guangshun

    Prey recognition is vital for predation and the survival of carnivores. In theory, carnivores recognize prey by instinct or learning. However, the instinct hypothesis has little support. In addition, it remains unknown if prey recognition capability correlates with personality. Here, we test if...

  6. Joy (II)

    | Contributor(s):: Shand, Alexander F.

  7. Learning from dolphins

    | Contributor(s):: Stringer, J.

  8. Modification of instinctive herding dog behavior using reinforcement and punishment

    | Contributor(s):: Marschark, E. D., Baenninger, R.

    "Instinctive" behavior may be modified using operant techniques. We report here on a field study of training herding dogs in which reinforcers and punishers were used by owners, who were themselves being trained to control their dogs. Access to sheep was assumed to be a primary reinforcer for...

  9. Social and racial psychology

    | Contributor(s):: Hunter, Walter S.

  10. Social and racial psychology

    | Contributor(s):: Hunter, Walter S.

  11. Talking about horses: Control and freedom in the world of "natural horsemanship"

    | Contributor(s):: Birke, L.

  12. The evolution of beasts and babies: Recapitulation, instinct, and the early discourse on child development

    | Contributor(s):: Noon, David Hoogland

  13. The Receding Animal: Theorizing Anxiety and Attachment in Psychoanalysis from Freud to Imre Hermann

    | Contributor(s):: Marinelli, L., Mayer, A.