- Häftad (Paperback)
- Antal sidor
- OUP Oxford
- 241 x 190 x 25 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 884 g
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Dog Behaviour, Evolution, and Cognition
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"This hardback almanac is the perfect edition addition to any dog lover's library and a useful tool for anyone considering acquiring a four-legged friend for their household." - Countryside magazine (National Farmers' Union) "Provid...
An accessible and richly illustrated introduction to the natural history of dogs-from evolution, anatomy, cognition, and behavior to the relationship between dogs and humansAs one of the oldest domesticated species, selectively bred over millennia...
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Dr. Kristina Noreikiene, Estonian University of Life Sciences, ISBE Newsletter This book combines knowledge on dog behavior, cognition, evolution and even covers some societal aspects. As such, it should find an honorable place in the bookshelves of diverse reader audiences, from researchers interested in specific questions in animal cognition to deeply interested pet owners.
Victoria Ratcliffe and David Reby, Animal Behaviour A must read for anyone with an interest in the history and recent advances of scientific research into companion animals, from veterinarians and behavioural practitioners to students of animal cognition and behaviour.
Marc Bekoff, Psychology Today This is the first book to collate and synthesize the recent burgeoning primary research literature on dog behaviour, evolution, and cognition. ... I highly recommend it for all people interested in the behavior of dogs and some of their wild relatives. ... Each time I go to it I'm amazed by its breadth and the care with which Dr. Miklosi covers numerous diverse topics.
Bloggat om Dog Behaviour, Evolution, and Cognition
Adam Miklosi, Head of Department, Department of Ethology, Eotvos University
1: Dogs in historical perspective 2: Concepts in the study of dog behaviour 3: Methodological issues in the behavioural study of the dog 4: Dogs in anthropogenic environments: family and society 5: Comparative overview of Canis 6: The story of domestication: Archaeological and phylogenetic evidence 7: The emergence of phenotypic novelty 8: Intra-specific social organization in dogs and related forms 9: The perceptual world of the dog 10: Physical-ecological problem solving 11: Affiliative and agonistic social relationships 12: Communication, play and collaboration 13: Social learning and social problem solving 14: Change of behaviour in time: From birth to death 15: The organisation of individual behaviour 16: The genetic contribution to behaviour