A kutyák szociális nézési viselkedése az oxitocin hatására
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Family dogs spend most of their life together with their owners. For the successful cooperation between dog and human it is crucial that they understand each other’s communication signals. According to the domestication hypothesis the humans had a preference for those ancestors of dogs who showed a stronger tendency to understand human communication signals. The evolutionary changes in the dogs behaviour make possible a close attachment between the human and the dog, and by enhancing the communicative interaction, this provides the basis for an effective cooperation.