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Miklosi, A., Pongracz, N., Lakatos, G., Topal, J. and Csanyi, V. (2005) A Comparative study of visual communicative signals in interactions between dogs (Canis familiaris) and humans and cats (Felis catus) and humans. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 119 (2): 179-186.

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Serpell, J and Jagoe, J.A. (1995) Early Experiment and the Development of Behaviour in The Domestic Dog In Serpell, J. (Ed.) “The Domestic Dog: Its Behaviour, and Interactions with People.” New York, Cambridge University Press, pp. 115-130.

Sherman Simpson, B. (1997) Canine Communication. Veterinary Clinics of North-America: Small Animal Practice Vol. 27, no. 3.

Vas, J., Topál, J., Gácsi, M., Miklósi, A. and Csányi, V. (2005) A friend or an enemy? Dogs’ reaction to an unfamiliar person showing behavioural cues of threat and friendliness at different times. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 94 (1-2): 99-115.
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