Social attention in keas, dogs, and human children


Understanding animals’ abilities to cooperate with and learn from each other has been an active field of research in recent years. One important basis for all types of social interactions is the disposition of animals to pay attention to each other—a factor often neglected in discussions and experiments. Since attention differs between species as well as… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10071-008-0181-0

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@article{Range2008SocialAI, title={Social attention in keas, dogs, and human children}, author={Friederike Range and Lisa Horn and Thomas Bugnyar and Gyula Kopanny Gajdon and Ludwig Huber}, journal={Animal Cognition}, year={2008}, volume={12}, pages={181-192} }