• Published 2010

The domestication hypothesis for dogs ’ skills with human communication : a response to Udell et al . ( 2008 ) and Wynne et al . ( 2008 )

@inproceedings{Hare2010TheDH,
  title={The domestication hypothesis for dogs ’ skills with human communication : a response to Udell et al . ( 2008 ) and Wynne et al . ( 2008 )},
  author={Brian K. Hare and Alexandra G. Rosati and Juliane Kaminski and Juliane Br{\"a}uer and Josep Call and Michael Tomasello},
  year={2010}
}
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