Differences in greeting behaviour towards humans with varying levels of familiarity in hand-reared wolves (Canis lupus)

@inproceedings{Ujfalussy2017DifferencesIG,
  title={Differences in greeting behaviour towards humans with varying levels of familiarity in hand-reared wolves (Canis lupus)},
  author={Dorottya J{\'u}lia Ujfalussy and Anita Kurys and Enikő Kubinyi and M{\'a}rta G{\'a}csi and Zsofia Viranyi},
  booktitle={Royal Society open science},
  year={2017}
}
Socialized wolves' relationship with humans is a much debated, but important question in light of dog domestication. Earlier findings reported no attachment to the caretaker at four months of age in a Strange Situation Test, while recently attachment to the caretaker was reported at a few weeks of age in a similar paradigm. To explore wolf-human relationship, we analysed behaviours of hand reared, extensively socialized wolves towards four visitor types: foster-parents, close acquaintances… CONTINUE READING
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