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Dale Rachel,

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2019

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Dale, R; Despraz, MN; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2019): Piloting a new prosociality paradigm in dogs and wolves: The location choice task. Behav Processes. 2019; 162:79-85

** Dale, R; Palma-Jacinto, S; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2019): Wolves, but not dogs, are prosocial in a touch screen task. PLoS One. 2019; 14(5):e0215444
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** Plotnik, JM; Brubaker, DL; Dale, R; Tiller, LN; Mumby, HS; Clayton, NS (2019): Elephants have a nose for quantity P Natl Acad Sci Usa. 2019; 116(25): 12566-12571.

Sonstige Veröffentlichung

Dale, R; Lazzaroni, M; Baxter, E; Gratalon, J; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2019): Interactions between free-ranging dogs and humans in Morocco; do all dogs understand humans? Toulouse, Open Access Logo

2018

Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini, S; Lazzaroni, M; Range, F (2018): Social organisation of wolves and dogs. Max Plank Institute of Ornithology,

2017

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2017): Do females use their sexual status to gain resource access? Investigating food-for-sex in wolves and dogs. Behaviour Scientific Meeting, Cairns, AUSTRALIA, 2015. Curr Zool. 2017; 63(3):323-330
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** Dale, R; Plotnik, JM (2017): Elephants know when their bodies are obstacles to success in a novel transfer task. Sci Rep. 2017; 7:46309
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** Dale, R; Range, F; Stott, L; Kotrschal, K; Marshall-Pescini, S (2017): The influence of social relationship on food tolerance in wolves and dogs. Behav Ecol Sociobiol. 2017; 71(7):107
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** Ross, J; Yilmaz, M; Dale, R; Cassidy, R; Yildirim, I; Suzanne Zeedyk, M (2017): Cultural differences in self-recognition: the early development of autonomous and related selves? Dev Sci. 2017; 20(3):

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini S; Range, F (2017): When To Cooperate? The Influence of food tolerancelevels on the decision to cooperate with a partner. -European Brain & Behaviour Society Meeting; SEPT 8-11, 2017; Bilbao, Spain.

PhD-Arbeit

Dale, Rachel (2017): Prosocial tendencies of wolves (Canis lupus) and dogs (Canis lupos familiaris). PhD-Arbeit, Vet. Med. Univ. Wien, pp. 166.

2016

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Dale, R; Quervel-Chaumette, M; Huber, L; Range, F; Marshall-Pescini, S (2016): Task Differences and Prosociality; Investigating Pet Dogs" Prosocial Preferences in a Token Choice Paradigm. PLoS One. 2016; 11(12):e0167750
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** Marshall-Pescini, S; Dale, R; Quervel-Chaumette, M; Range, F (2016): Critical issues in experimental studies of prosociality in non-human species. Anim Cogn. 2016; 19(4):679-705
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Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini, S; Stott, L; Kotrschal, K; Range, F (2016): Selective food sharing in wolves and dogs: the effects of social relationship and reproductive status. -European Conference for Behavioural Biology; JUL 12-15, 2016; Vienna, AUSTRIA.

Quervel-Chaumette, M; Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2016): Investigating pro-social abilities in pet dogs. -Comparative Cognition (CO3) Spring Conference; APR 13-16, 2016; Melbourne, USA.

2015

Zeitschriftenaufsatz

** Quervel-Chaumette, M; Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2015): Familiarity affects other-regarding preferences in pet dogs. Sci Rep. 2015; 5:18102
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Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini, S; Kotrschal, K; Range, F (2015): Carcass feeding behaviour in wolves and dogs: using an experimental approach to simulate field conditions. -Studying Animal Behaviour in the Field graduate meeting; September 19, 2015; Grünau, Austria.

Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2015): Prosocial canids? Wolves and dogs pay attention to the dominance and social bond of potential recipients. -Behavior 2015; August 9-14, 2015; Cairns, Australia.

Marshall-Pescini, S; Chaummette, M; Dale, R; Range, F (2015): To give or not to give? Exploring dogs prosocial tendencies in experimental settings. -Social relationship and Cognitive Competences in the domestic dog: bridging science and education; NOV 16-21, 2015; Ettore Majorana Foundation, Erice, Sicily, Italy.

Quervel-Chaumette, M; Dale, R; Randi, D; Marshall-Pescini, S (2015): Altruism is affected by familiarity in pet dogs. -Behavior and Cognition; MARCH 5-6, 2015; Zurich, Switzerland.

Quervel-Chaumette, M; Dale, R; Randi, D; Marshall-Pescini, S (2015): Altruism is affected by familiarity in pet dogs. -German Ethological Society; FEB 11-14, 2015; Hamburg, Germany.

2014

Kongressbeitrag in einer Zeitschrift

Chaumette, M; Dale, R; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2014): Pro-social behaviour in pet dogs. Canin Science Forum, Lincoln, UK, JUL 14-17, 2014. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (9), 6 e6.

Dale, R; Chaumettte, M; Dania, R; Marshall-Pescini, S (2014): Investigating prosocial tendencies in pet dogs. 4th Canine Science Forum, Lincoln, UK, Jul 14-17, 2014. Journal of Veterinary Behavior (9), 6 e6.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Chaumette, M; Dale, R; Randi, D; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2014): Pro-social behaviour in pet dogs. -4th Canine Science Forum (CSF); July 14-17, 2014; Lincoln, UK.

Dale, R; Chaumette, M; Randi, D; Marshall-Pescini, S; Range, F (2014): Investigating prosocial tendencies in pet dogs using a modified token choice paradigm. -4th Canine Science Forum (CSF); July 14-17, 2014; Lincoln, UK.

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