Do Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) Make Counterproductive Choices Because They Are Sensitive to Human Ostensive Cues?

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Marshall-Pescini, Sarah; Passalacqua, Chiara; Elena Miletto Petrazzini, Maria; Valsecchi, Paola; Prato-Previde, Emanuela;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0035437
  • Subject: Neuroscience | Evolutionary Biology | Sociology | Science Policy | cues influence human-dog interactions | evaluation errors | food quantity | Canis lupus familiaris | preference | Human Ostensive Cues | quantity discrimination task
    • FOR: 59999 Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified | 69999 Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified

<div><p>Dogs appear to be sensitive to human ostensive communicative cues in a variety of situations, however there is still a measure of controversy as to the way in which these cues influence human-dog interactions. There is evidence for instance that dogs can be led ... View more
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