Pheromonal transmission of an aversive experience in domestic pig

@article{VieuilleThomas2004PheromonalTO,
  title={Pheromonal transmission of an aversive experience in domestic pig},
  author={C. Vieuille-Thomas and J. Signoret},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Ecology},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={1551-1557}
}
The process of spontaneous learning in an automatic food dispenser by a group of domestic female pigs was studied when one of the animals of the group had an aversive experience. Restraining a gilt in the dispenser without access to food resulted in later avoidance of the system by other gilts, especially when the reactions of the restrained animal had been especially violent and associated with urination. The hypothesis of a delayed transmission of an unpleasant experience was tested. The food… Expand
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