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Research papers The oxytocin receptor gene, an integral piece of the evolution of Canis familaris from Canis lupus Jessica Lee Oliva, Yen T Wong, Jean-Loup Rault, Belinda Appleton, Alan Lill ................................................................. 1-15 Influence of dog presence on the tolerance and evaluation of aversive stimulation Laura Sodré Galvão Garcia, Isabela Zaine, Camila Domeniconi ........................................................................... 16-23 Predictors of proximity to others in colony housed shelter cats (Felis silvestris catus) Malini Suchak, Michael Piombino, Kalina Bracco ............................................... 24-33

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  • Predictors of proximity to others in colony housed shelter cats (Felis silvestris catus) 

    Suchak, Malini; Piombino, Michael; Bracco, Kalina (Universidad de Córdoba, Departamento de Medicina y Cirugía Animal, 2016)
    Colony housing of cats allows shelters to maximize the number of cats housed in limited space. Most research on colony-housed cats examines stress in relation to group size or enclosure size. While this is important for ...
  • Influence of dog presence on the tolerance and evaluation of aversive stimulation 

    Galvão Garcia, Laura Sodré; Zaine, Isabela; Domeniconi, Camila (Universidad de Córdoba, Departamento de Medicina y Cirugía Animal, 2016)
    This study aimed to investigate the effects of the presence of a domestic dog in the evaluation and tolerance of auditory aversive stimulation. Eighteen undergraduate college students participated. We analysed the latency ...
  • The oxytocin receptor gene, an integral piece of the evolution of Canis familaris from Canis lupus 

    Lee Oliva, Jessica; Wong, Yen T.; Rault, Jean-Loup; Appleton, Belinda; Lill, Alan (Universidad de Córdoba, Departamento de Medicina y Cirugía Animal, 2016)
    Previous research in canids has revealed both group (dog versus wolf) and individual differences in object choice task (OCT) performance. These differences might be explained by variation in the oxytocin receptor (OXTR) ...