Species-specific differences and similarities in the behavior of hand-raised dog and wolf pups in social situations with humans.

@article{Gcsi2005SpeciesspecificDA,
  title={Species-specific differences and similarities in the behavior of hand-raised dog and wolf pups in social situations with humans.},
  author={M{\'a}rta G{\'a}csi and Borb{\'a}la Győri and Ad{\'a}m Mikl{\'o}si and Zsofia Viranyi and Enikő Kubinyi and J{\'o}zsef Top{\'a}l and V. Cs{\'a}nyi},
  journal={Developmental psychobiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={47 2},
  pages={
          111-22
        }
}
  • Márta Gácsi, Borbála Győri, +4 authors V. Csányi
  • Published in Developmental psychobiology 2005
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • In order to reveal early species-specific differences, we observed the behavior of dog puppies (n = 11) and wolf pups (n = 13) hand raised and intensively socialized in an identical way. The pups were studied in two object-preference tests at age 3, 4, and 5 weeks. After a short isolation, we observed the subjects' behavior in the presence of a pair of objects, one was always the subject's human foster parent (caregiver) and the other was varied; nursing bottle (3 weeks), unfamiliar adult dog… CONTINUE READING

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