The role of oxytocin in the ability of domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) to use human social cues and bond with humans.

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Oliva, Jessica Lee;
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.4225/03/58b638f0c4c15
  • Subject: Uncategorized | thesis(doctorate) | dog | canine | wolf | open access | monash:162308 | 2015 | oxytocin | 1959.1/1217942 | ethesis-20150907-093844 | bond

The domestic dog (Canis familiaris) demonstrates attachment/bonding behaviour towards humans, whilst wolves (Canis lupus) do not. Domestic dogs also use humans’ non-verbal social cues to solve problems better than wolves do, even wolves raised in the same manner as dome... View more
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