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Dog Behavior : Modern Science and Our Canine Companions.

Author: James C Ha; Tracy L Campion
Publisher: San Diego : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2018.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Ha, James C.
Dog Behavior : Modern Science and Our Canine Companions
San Diego : Elsevier Science & Technology,c2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James C Ha; Tracy L Campion
ISBN: 9780128167465 0128167467
OCLC Number: 1078550970
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Description: 1 online resource (232 p.)
Contents: Front Cover; Dog Behavior: Modern Science and Our Canine Companions; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Prologue; Introduction; Chapter 1: Dawn of the dog: Evolutionary theory and the origin of modern dogs ( Canis familiaris); The Birds and the Beaks; Dawn of the Dog; Never Cry Wolf; The Truth About Cats and Dogs; Why Inbreeding is Out; Chapter 2: Why tails wag: Umwelts, innenwelts, and canine ""guilt; Does Your Dog Really Feel "Guilty?"; A Brief History of Ethology; Inside Out; The Matrix is Real; But Wait, There's More; FACS and Fiction; How to Read a Dog Why Does My Dog Do That?Found in Translation; Chapter 3: Mapping the mind: Brain structure and development; Mapping the Mind; If I Only had a brain Neocortex; The Not-So-Terrible Twos; How Do Dogs Learn?; Saved By the Bell; The Not-So-Curious Case of Gus Garner; You Talkin' to Me?; Don't Mind the Man Behind the Curtain; Chapter 4: What a dog knows: Analyzing sensory perception to interpret behavior; The Sixth Sense; Seeing the Forest for the Trees; The Nose Knows; Heart of Hearing; Good Vibrations; It's a Matter of Taste Chapter 5: The emotional animal: Using the science of emotions to interpret behaviorThe Age of Denialism; Paradigm Shifts; The Physiology and Biology of Emotion; Making the Case for Canine Depression; The Dogs of Ground Zero; Arrested Development; Why is Emotion so Important?; Chapter 6: Is it worth the risk: How costs and benefits drive decision-making and the evolution of behavior; Risky" Business?; Rules of Thumb; Sister Act; Hamilton; The Secret Life of Pets; Chapter 7: You can't always get what you want: The costs and benefits of being social; Time Is On My Side Let Me Be Your Beast of BurdenYou Can't Always Get What You Want; But If You Try Sometimes, You Get What You Need; Good Times, Bad Times; Gimme Shelter; Chapter 8: How I behave depends upon how you behave…maybe: Game theory and our canine companions; Beautiful Minds; The Prisoner's Dilemma; To Tweet or Not To Tweet?; Equal Pay for Equal Work; How I Behave Depends Upon How You're Behaving…Maybe!; Canine Brainpower; Chapter 9: Debunking dominance: Canine social structure and behavioral ecology; The Socioecology of Social Behavior; Aggression or Dominance?; Of Mice and Men Breed-Specific LegislationDebunking Dominance Theory; The Resource Holding Model; Chapter 10: The tale of our first friends: Using the natural history of domesticated dogs to understand their behavior; Big Fat Rotten Cows, Dragons, and Piltdown Man; Historia Naturalis; The Lost Boys; From Wolf to Dog; Glances With Wolves; As the World Turnspits; Native American Dogs; Chasing Amy; Dogupations; Dogs and Religion; Pup Culture; Pulling It All Together; Conclusion; Afterward; Index; Back Cover

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