Fox Domestication by Cornell University

Research Papers

1. Cunningham, C. L. and M. F. Ramos (2014). "Effect of training and familiarity on responsiveness to human cues in domestic dogs (Canis familiaris)." Animal Cognition 17(3): 805-814.

2. Freedman, A. H. (2014). "Genome Sequencing Highlights the Dynamic Early History of Dogs (vol 10, e1004016, 2014)." Plos Genetics 10(8).

3. Gacsi, M., et al. (2009). "Explaining Dog Wolf Differences in Utilizing Human Pointing Gestures: Selection for Synergistic Shifts in the Development of Some Social Skills." Plos One 4(8).

4. Hare, B., Plyusnina, I., Ignacio, N., Olesya, S., Stepika, A., Wrangham, R., and Trut, L.; “Social Cognitive Evolution in Captive Foxes Is a Correlated By-Product of Experimental Domestication” Current Biology, Vol 15, 13, p. 226-230. February, 2005.

5. Koler-Matznick, J. (2002). "The origin of the dog revisited." Anthrozoos 15(2): 98-118.

6. Ostojic, L. and N. S. Clayton (2014). "Behavioural coordination of dogs in a cooperative problem-solving task with a conspecific and a human partner." Animal Cognition 17(2): 445-459.

7. Range, F. and Z. Viranyi (2014). "Wolves Are Better Imitators of Conspecifics than Dogs." Plos One 9(1).

8. Ruvinsky, Anatoly, J. Sampson, and Lyudmila Trut. "Experimental Studies of Early Canid Domestication." The Genetics of the Dog. Wallingford, Oxon, UK: CABI Pub., 2001. N. pag. Print.

9. Saetre, P., et al. (2004). "From wild wolf to domestic dog: gene expression changes in the brain." Molecular Brain Research 126(2): 198-206.

10. Topal, József; György Gergely, Ágnes Erdo´´hegyi, Gergely Csibra, Ádám Miklósi. Differential Sensitivity to Human Communication in Dogs, Wolves, and Human Infants. Science, 325-1269, 2009.

11. Viranyi, Z., et al. (2008). "Comprehension of human pointing gestures in young human-reared wolves (Canis lupus) and dogs (Canis familiaris)." Animal Cognition 11(3): 373-387