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1 SENSITIVE PERIODS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF BEHAVIOURAL ORGANIZATION IN THE DOG AND THE ROLE OF EMOTIONAL HOMEOSTASIS

@inproceedings{Pluijmakers20031SP,
  title={1 SENSITIVE PERIODS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF BEHAVIOURAL ORGANIZATION IN THE DOG AND THE ROLE OF EMOTIONAL HOMEOSTASIS},
  author={J. Pluijmakers and D. Appleby and J. Bradshaw},
  year={2003}
}
Introduction It is generally agreed that experiences during a sensitive period of canine behavioural development, from 2.5-3 weeks to some time between 12 and 14 weeks, have a more profound and lasting effect than those that occur in later life (Freedman et al 1961; Scott & Fuller 1965; Fox 1978; Bateson 1979; Serpell & Jagoe 1995; Overall 1997; Scott & Marston 1950). Exposure to benign novelty during this period appears to be essential to the development of sound temperament (Scott & Fuller… Expand
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