Directions in human
Contributor(s):: Esposito, Layla, McCune, Sandra, Griffin, James A., Maholmes, Valerie
Distribution of chimpanzees and interactions with humans in Guinea-Bissau and Western Guinea, West Africa
Contributor(s):: Brugiere, David, Badjinca, Iacouba, Silva, Cristina, Serra, Abubacar
Do common ravens (Corvus corax) rely on human or conspecific gaze cues to detect hidden food?
Contributor(s):: Schloegl, Christian, Kotrschal, Kurt, Bugnyar, Thomas
Do dogs get the point? A review of dog–human communication ability
Contributor(s):: Kaminski, Juliane, Nitzschner, Marie
Do Dogs Resemble Their Owners?
Contributor(s):: Roy, Michael M., Christenfeld, Nicholas J. S.
Do Dogs Resemble Their Owners?: A Reanalysis of Roy and Christenfeld (2004)
Contributor(s):: Levine, Douglas W.
Do dogs respond to play signals given by humans?
Contributor(s):: Rooney, Nicola J., Bradshaw, John W. S., Robinson, Ian H.
Do more sociable dogs gaze longer to the human face than less sociable ones?
Contributor(s):: Jakovcevic, Adriana, Mustaca, Alba, Bentosela, Mariana
Do they buy for their dogs the way they buy for themselves?
Contributor(s):: Tesfom, Goitom, Birch, Nancy
Does excessive buying for self relate to spending on pets?
Contributor(s):: Ridgway, Nancy M., Kukar-Kinney, Monika, Monroe, Kent B., Chamberlin, Emily
Dog and Cat Interactions in a Remote Aboriginal Community
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| Contributor(s):: Brooke Kennedy, Wendy Y. Brown, Karl Vernes, Gerhard Kortner, James R.A. Butler
This study examined dog and cat demographics, roaming behaviours, and interspecific interactions in a remote Aboriginal island community using multiple methods. Our results revealed temporal differences between the roaming behaviours of dogs, cats, and wildlife. Dogs showed crepuscular...
Dog and owner demographic characteristics and dog personality trait associations
| Contributor(s):: Kubinyi, Enik?, Turcsán, Borbála, Miklósi, Ádám
Dog sense makes good sense and good science
| Contributor(s):: Randour, Mary Lou
Dog-walking: Motivation for adherence to a walking program
| Contributor(s):: Johnson, Rebecca A., Meadows, Richard L.
Dogs (Canis familiaris) evaluate humans on the basis of direct experiences only
| Contributor(s):: Nitzschner, Marie, Melis, Alicia P., Kaminski, Juliane, Tomasello, Michael
Dogs (Canis familiaris) learn their owners via observation in a manipulation task
| Contributor(s):: Kubinyi, Enik?, Topál, József, Miklósi, Ádám, Csányi, Vilmos
Dogs as catalysts for social interaction: Robustness of the effect
| Contributor(s):: McNicholas, June, Collis, Glyn M.
Dogs choose a human informant: Metacognition in canines
| Contributor(s):: McMahon, Shannon, Macpherson, Krista, Roberts, William A.
Dogs respond appropriately to cues of humans' attentional focus
| Contributor(s):: Virányi, Zsófia, Topál, József, Gácsi, Márta, Miklósi, Ádám, Csányi, Vilmos