Pet dogs exhibit social preference for people who synchronize with them: what does it tell us about the evolution of behavioral synchronization?
Contributor(s):: Duranton, C., Bedossa, T., Gaunet, F.
Not animal, not not-animal: hunting, imitation and empathetic knowledge among the Siberian Yukaghirs
Contributor(s):: Willerslev, Rane
Embodied knowledge, relations with the environment, and political negotiation: St. Lawrence Island Yupik and Iñupiaq dance in Alaska
Contributor(s):: Ikuta, Hiroko
The role of ethology in round pen horse training - a review
Contributor(s):: Henshall, C., McGreevy, P. D.
Horse training systems apparently based on the 'natural' behaviour of horses have been widely adopted in the past four decades. Round pen training (RPT) is an integral feature of many 'natural horsemanship' (NH) systems. RPT involves the training of the horse at liberty within an enclosed space...
Regular rates of popular culture change reflect random copying
Contributor(s):: Bentley, R. Alexander, Lipo, Carl P., Herzog, Harold A., Hahn, Matthew W.
Can we use starlings' aversion to eyespots as the basis for a novel 'cognitive bias' task? (Special Issue: Animal suffering and welfare.)
Contributor(s):: Brilot, B. O., Normandale, C. L., Parkin, A., Bateson, M.
Experiments in humans have shown that changes in emotional (affective) state cause adaptive changes in the processing of incoming information, termed "cognitive bias". For instance, the states of anxiety and depression have been shown to be associated with "pessimistic" judgements of ambiguous...