Documentation du Projet en cours

Les chiens de protection

  • Allen, L. R., Stewart-Moore, N., Byrne, D. & Allen, B. L. (2016). Guardian dogs protect sheep by guarding sheep, not by establishing territories and excluding predators. Animal Production Science
  • Andelt, W. F. (1992). Effectiveness of livestock guarding dogs for reducging predation on domestic sheep. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 62, 20-55
  • Battain G.(2004) Le chien de montagne des Pyrénées : aptitudes et utilisations. Thèse d’exercice, Université Paul Sabatier – Toulouse III, 67 pages.
  • Duriez J-L., Fevrier J., Binet E., Blaise L. (2010) Evaluation de la situation relative à l’utilisation des chiens de protections des troupeaux contre la prédation, CGAAER & CGEDD, 108 pages.
  • Gehring, T. M., VerCauteren, K. C., Provost, M. L. & Cellar A. C. (2010). Utility of livestock protection dogs for deterring wildlife from cattle farms. Wildlife Research, 37, 715-721
  • Landry JM. 2009. Test de comportement afin d’évaluer l’agressivité d’un chien de protection face à l’humain. Développement du test. IPRA Report no. 4. (1 February 2010; www.canis-ovis.com)
  • Leijenaar, SL., Cilliers, D. & Whitehouse-Tedd, K. (2015). Reduction in Livestock Losses following placement of Livestock Guarding Dogs an the impact of herd species and dog sex. Journal of Agriculture and Biodiversity Research, 4, 9-15
  • Rigg, R. (2001). Livestock guarding dogs : their current use worl wide. Aberdeen, U.K.: University of Aberdeen
  • Yilmaz O. (2007) Turkish Kangal (Karabash) shepherd dog. History, Definition, Breeding, 49 pages.

Territorialité et déplacements

  • Bommel L., Johnson CN.(2014) Where Do Livestock Guardian Dogs Go? Movement Patterns of Free-Ranging Maremma Sheepdogs. PLoS ONE 9(10): e111444.
  • Burt WH., (1943) Territoriality and home range concepts as applied to mammals. Journal of Mammalogy : 24 pages , 346-352.
  • Cain III JW., Krausman PR., Jansen BD., and Morgart J.(2005), Influence of topography and GPS fix interval on GPS collar performance, Wildlife SocietyBulletin. 9 pages, 926-934
  • Coppinger, R., Coppinger, L., Langeloh, G., Gettler, L. & Lorenz, J. (1988, January). A decade of use of livestock guarding dogs. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Vertebrate Pest Conference, University of Nebraska, Nebraska
  • Coppinger, R., Lorenz, J. Glendinning, J. & Pinardi, P. (1983). Atteniveness of guarding dogs for reducing predation on domestic sheep. Journal of range management, 36
  • Worton BJ. (1987) A review of home range for animal movement. Ecological Modelling : 38, 277-298
  • Worton BJ. (1989). Kernel Methods for Estimating the Utilization Distribution in Home- Range Studies. Ecology 70, 164–168

Comportements et tempéraments

  • De Meester, R. H., De Bacquer, D., Peremans, K., Vermeire, S., Planta, D. J., Coopman, F., Audenaert, K. (2008) A preliminary study on the use of the Socially Acceptable Behavior test as a test for shyness/confidence in the temperament of dogs. Journal of Veterinary Behavior, 3, 161-170
  • Fratkin, J. L., Sinn, D. L., Patall, E.A., Gosling, S.D. (2013) Personality Consistency in Dogs: A Meta-Analysis. PLoS ONE 8
  • Réale, D., Reader, S. M., Sol, D., McDougall, P.T. & Dingemanse, N.J. (2007) Integrating animal temperament within ecology and evolution. Biological reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 2, 291-318
  • Saetre, P., Strandberg, E., Sundgren, P.-E., Pettersson, U., Jazin, E., Bergstrom, T. F. (2006) The genetic contribution to canine personality. Genes, Brain and Behavior 5: 240–248
  • Sih, A., Bell, A. M, Johnson, J. C. & Ziembra, R. E. (2004). Behavioral syndromes : an integrative overview. The Quarterly Review of Biology, 79
  • Stone, H.R., McGreevy, P.D., Starling, M.J., Forkman, B. (2016) Associations between Domestic Dog Morphology and Behaviour Scores in the Dog Mentality Assessment. PLoS ONE 11
  • Strandberga, E., Jacobssona, J., Saetreb P. (2005) Direct genetic, maternal and litter effects on behaviour in German shepherd dogs in Sweden. Livestock Production Science, 93 33–42
  • Svartberg, K. (2005) A comparison of behaviour in test and in everyday life: evidence of three consistent boldness-related personality traits in dogs. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 91 103–128
  • Svartberg, K. (2002) Shyness–boldness predicts performance in working dogs. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 79 157–174
  • Svartberg, K., Tapper, I., Temrin, H., Radesater, T., Thorman, S. (2005) Consistency of personality traits in dogs. Animal Behaviour, 69, 283–291

Autres espèces concernées (loup, ovins, …)

  • Chapron, G. (2014). Recovery of large carnivores in Europe’s modern human-dominated landscapes. Science, 346
  • DREAL et DRAAF Rhône-Alpes, (2011) Plan d’action national sur le loup 2008-2012 dans le contexte français d’une activité importante et traditionnelle d’élevage, Brochure d’information, CGAAER & CGEDD, 18 pages www.loup.developpement-durable.gouv.fr
  • Garde, L. (1996). Loup et Pastoralisme. Convention d’étude avec le Ministère de l’Environnement avec le Centre d’Etudes et de Réalisations Pastorales Alpes Méditeranée (CERPAM), 48-96
  • Goodmann, P.A, Klinghammer, E. & Willard J. (2002). Wolf Ethogram. Ethology Series, 3
  • Hédiard. A. 2016. Attaque de chiens : une femme gravement blessée à Chichilianne, en Isère.
  • Pearce GR.(1965) Rumination in sheep. II. The circadian pattern of rumination. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 16(4) 635 – 648
  • Reinhardt, I., Rauer, G., Kluth, G., Kaczensky, P. & Knauer, F. (2012). Livestock protection methods applicable for Germany – A Country newly recolonized by wolves. Hystrix, the Italien Journal of Mammalogy, 23, 62-72
  • Van Eeden, L. M., Crowther, M. S., Dickman C. R., Macdonald, D. W., Ripple,
  • Weber J-M., J. Fattebert (2008) Wolf monitoring in the Alps, 5th Alpine Wolf Workshop La Fouly (VS) Switzerland 2-3 October 2007, KORA Bericht Nr. 41 e, 22 pages
  • W. J., Ritchie E. G. & Newsome T. M. (2017). Managing conflict between large carnivores and livestock. Conservation Biology

Cognition chez le chien

> Cognition non-sociale :

La cognition non-sociale s’intéresse à la perception de l’individu étudié des stimuli physiques de l’environnement de l’individu étudié, à la représentation mentale de ces stimuli et comment ces stimuli sont utilisés pour résoudre des tâches.

  • Cattet, J., & Etienne, A. S. (2004). Blindfolded dogs relocate a target through path integration. Animal Behaviour, 68(1), 203‑212.
  • Craig, M., Rand, J., Mesch, R., Shyan-Norwalt, M., Morton, J., & Flickinger, E. (2012). Domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) and the radial arm maze : Spatial memory and serial position effects. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 126(3), 233.
  • Fugazza, C., Mongillo, P., & Marinelli, L. (2017). Sex differences in dogs’ social learning of spatial information. Animal cognition, 20(4), 789‑794.
  • Heffner, H. (1975). Perception of biologically meaningful sounds by dogs. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 58(S1), S124‑S124.
  • Kundey, S., De Los Reyes, A., Taglang, C., Allen, R., Molina, S., Royer, E., & German, R. (2010). Domesticated dogs (Canis familiaris) react to what others can and cannot hear. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 126, 45‑50.
  • Kundey, S., De Los Reyes, A., Taglang, C., Baruch, A., & German, R. (2010). Domesticated dogs’ (Canis familiaris) use of the solidity principle. Animal cognition, 13, 497‑505.
  • Pattison, K. F., Miller, H. C., Rayburn-Reeves, R., & Zentall, T. (2010). The case of the disappearing bone : Dogs’ understanding of the physical properties of objects. Behavioural Processes, 85(3), 278‑282.
  • Range, F., Aust, U.,Steurer, M., & Huber, L. (2008). Visual categorization of natural stimuli by domestic dogs. Animal Cognition, 11(2), 339‑347.

> Cognition sociale :

La cognition sociale se définit comme des processus cognitifs qui opèrent à partir d’informations obtenues  des  autres ou  en  rapport  avec  les  autres. Cela englobe une grande variété de disciplines comme : la catégorisation des partenaires sociaux et de leurs émotions, l’utilisation d’informations obtenues de partenaires sociaux, le développement et la gestion des relations sociales, le rôle de l’apprentissage social, la manipulation des autres par l’intermédiaire de la communication, la coopération et la théorie de l’esprit.

  • Agnetta, B., Hare, B., & Tomasello, M. (2000). Cues to food location that domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) of different ages do and do not use. Animal cognition, 3(2), 107‑112.
  • Andics, A., Gábor, A., Gácsi, M., Faragó, T., Szabo, D., & Miklosi, A. (2016). Neural mechanisms for lexical processing in dogs. Science, 353.
  • Ben-Aderet, T., Gallego-Abenza, M., Reby, D., & Mathevon, N. (2017). Dog-directed speech : Why do we use it and do dogs pay attention to it? Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 284.
  • Bräuer, J., Call, J., & Tomasello, M. (2004). Visual perspective taking in dogs (Canis familiaris) in the presence of barriers. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, v.88, 299-317 (2004), 88.
  • Bräuer, J., Kaminski, J., Riedel, J., Call, J., & Tomasello, M. (2006). Making Inferences About the Location of Hidden Food : Social Dog, Causal Ape. Journal of comparative psychology (Washington, D.C. : 1983), 120, 38‑47.
  • Carere, C., & Locurto, C. (2011). Interaction between animal personality and animal cognition. Current Zoology, 57(4), 491‑498.
  • Cooper, J., Ashton, C., Bishop, S., West, R., Mills, D., & Young, R. (2003). Clever hounds : Social cognition in the domestic dog (Canis familiaris). Applied Animal Behaviour ScienceJ.J. Cooper), 81, 229‑244.
  • Ferretti, V., & Papaleo, F. (2018). Understanding others : Emotion recognition abilities in humans and other animals. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 18.
  • Fiset, S., Beaulieu, C., & Landry, F. (2003). Duration of dogs’(Canis familiaris) working memory in search for disappearing objects. Animal Cognition, 6(1), 1‑10.
  • Frank, H. (2011). Wolves, Dogs, Rearing and Reinforcement : Complex Interactions Underlying Species Differences in Training and Problem-Solving Performance. Behavior genetics, 41, 830‑839.
  • Gácsi, M., McGreevy, P., Kara, E., & Miklosi, A. (2009). Effects of selection for cooperation and attention in dogs. Behavioral and brain functions : BBF, 5, 31.
  • Hare, B., Brown, M., Williamson, C., & Tomasello, M. (2002). The domestication of social cognition in dogs. Science, 298(5598), 1634‑1636.
  • Hare, B., Call, J., & Tomasello, M. (1998). Communication of food location between human and dog (Canis familiaris). Evolution of communication, 2(1),137‑159.
  • Ittyerah, M., & Gaunet, F. (2009). The response of guide dogs and pet dogs (Canis familiaris) to cues of human referential communication (pointing and gaze). Animal Cognition, 12(2), 257‑265.
  • Jeannin, S., Gilbert, C., Amy, M., & Leboucher, G. (2017). Pet-directed speech draws adult dogs’ attention more efficiently than Adult-directed speech. Scientific Reports, 7:4980.
  • Kaminski, J., Bräuer, J., Call, J., & Tomasello, M. (2009). Domestic dogs are sensitive to a human’s perspective. Behaviour, 979‑998.
  • Kaminski, J., Pitsch, A., & Tomasello, M. (2013). Dogs steal in the dark. Animal cognition, 16(3), 385‑394.
  • Kubinyi, E., Virányi, Z., & Miklosi, A. (2007). Comparative Social Cognition : From wolf and dog to humans. Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews, 2.
  • Miklósi, Á., Kubinyi, E., Topál, J., Gácsi, M., Virányi, Z., & Csányi, V. (2003). A simple reason for a big difference : Wolves do not look back at humans, but dogs do. Current biology, 13(9), 763‑766.
  • Miklósi, A., & Soproni, K. (2006). A comparative analysis of animals’ understanding of the human pointing gesture.https://reference.medscape.com/medline/abstract/16235075
  • Prato-Previde, E., Marshall-Pescini, S., & Valsecchi, P. (2008). Is your choice my choice ? The owners’ effect on pet dogs’ (Canis lupus familiaris) performance in a food choice task.Animal cognition, 11, 167‑174.
  • Udell, M., & Wynne, C. (2011). Reevaluating canine perspective-taking behavior. Learning & behavior, 39, 318‑323.
  • Wobber, V., Hare, B., Koler-Matznick, J., Wrangham, R., & Tomasello, M. (2009). Breed differences in domestic dogs’ (Canis familiaris) comprehension of human communicative signals. Interaction Studies, v.10, 206-224 (2009), 10.