Last weekend, Claudia Fugazza held a two day seminar about the ‘Do as I do’ dog training method for owners and trainers
Upcoming conference appearances! Ádám Miklósi, head of the Family Dog Project and then Márta Gácsi senior researcher will give a talk at SPARCS on the 19th of June. You can follow the conference via live broadcast for free! Conference schedule: http://www.sparcsinitiative.org/events/2015-conference-speakers/
Copies of Prof. Ádám Miklósi’s book were bought quickly at the Animal Behaviour Society Conference 2015, in Anchorage, Alaska. For more about the book see Oxford University Press.
“Association of OPRM gene polymorphisms with inattention and social behaviour in dogs” – sounds exciting, does it? This was the talk of Enikő Kubinyi’s presentation at the Animal Behaviour Society Conference in Anchorage, Alaska (2015, 13/June) OPRM, also known as MOR, is the abbreviation of mu-opioid receptor gene. OPRM is the binding site of endorphin and morphine, […]
We published a book (this time in hungarian) about our research for the 80th birthday of Professor Csányi. In 31 chapters it presents more than 20 years of dog research.
ZDF was filming fMRI training at the Department of Ethology, Budapest (11/05/2015) TV documentary “How Animals Feel” will air in 2016! (Photos: E. Kubinyi)
Dr. Ádám Miklósi discusses the importance of canine research in the context of humans, social competence, why dogs are individuals, and why we shouldn’t rely on breed to predict behavior. https://vimeo.com/124416933
Blog post by Ádám Miklósi-Man’s best friend: companion or animal? http://blog.oup.com/2015/04/dog-human-bond/