Dog behaviour, evolution, and cognition. (Book, 2016) []
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Dog behaviour, evolution, and cognition.

Author: Adam Miklosi
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Oxford Univ Press, 2016.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd revised editionView all editions and formats

A comprehensive update to the first monograph on dog behaviour, evolution and cognition.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adam Miklosi
ISBN: 0198787774 9780198787778
OCLC Number: 945564348
Contents: 1: Dogs in historical perspective2: Concepts in the study of dog behaviour3: Methodological issues in the behavioural study of the dog4: Dogs in anthropogenic environments: family and society5: Comparative overview of Canis6: The story of domestication: Archaeological and phylogenetic evidence7: The emergence of phenotypic novelty8: Intra-specific social organization in dogs and related forms9: The perceptual world of the dog10: Physical-ecological problem solving11: Affiliative and agonistic social relationships12: Communication, play and collaboration13: Social learning and social problem solving14: Change of behaviour in time: From birth to death15: The organisation of individual behaviour16: The genetic contribution to behaviour


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This book combines knowledge on dog behavior, cognition, evolution and even covers some societal aspects. As such, it should find an honorable place in the bookshelves of diverse reader audiences, Read more...

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