The relationship between problematic canine aggression and avoidance behaviour, and experience in the first six months of life.

Authors: 
Appleby, D. L., Bradshaw, J. W. S. & Casey, R. A.
Year: 
2001
Publication: 
Veterinary Record
Publication Volume: 
150
Page Numbers: 
434-439
Keywords: 
socialisation habituation sensitive aggression fear behavioural organisation

The Implications of Cognitive Processes for Animal Welfare

Authors: 
Duncan & Petherick
Year: 
1991
Publication: 
Journal of Animal Science
Publication Volume: 
69
Page Numbers: 
5017-5022
Keywords: 
Welfare cognition

Dogs and wolves – different socks in the trousers of evolution

Do you think dogs evolved from wolves? Do you think dogs behave like wolves?  Think again. In the trousers of evolution wolves took one leg and dogs took the other. Now, wolves are an itchy grey school sock whilst dogs are a variety of multi- coloured, patterned, ankle, knee-high, over-the-knee, woolly, sheer and even specialised socks with five individual little toes. Okay, they’re still in the same trousers, but you can’t make a matching pair of socks from dogs and wolves.
 

Karen test.

Testing on Karen's account.
blah blah teh

And another test...

Just seeing how another blog shows up.

 

And a pic test:

 

BLOGMISTRESS do your thing!

Hey Karen,

Tom and thought we would set this up so you can have a play and see what you think.  I think a dedicated button next to "The APBC" in the top menu might be the way to go.

Mat

 

Critical periods in the social development of dogs

Authors: 
Freedman, D., King J.A., and Elliot O.
Year: 
1961
Publication: 
Science
Publication Volume: 
133
Page Numbers: 
1016-1017
Keywords: 
socialisation period

Motivational properties of frustration:1. Effect on a running response of the addition of frustration to the motivational complex.

Authors: 
Amsel, A., & Roussel, J.
Year: 
1952
Publication: 
Journal of Experimental Psychology
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