This webinar explores attachment relationships in dogs, with a focus on attachment relationships between dogs and their owners. An overview of previous canine attachment behavior research looks at attachment tests, attachment styles of dogs, and implications for welfare and cognition. The role of oxytocin (a naturally occurring hormone involved in social bond formation) in attachment relationships will also be discussed. Current research exploring differences in attachment styles in dogs with and without separation anxiety will be presented, including how these findings could be useful in applied contexts.
Speaker: Lauren Thielke, MS
This talk will explore the following topics:
- Canine attachment relationships
- Dog social behavior
- Attachment styles of dogs with separation anxiety
- The role of oxytocin in attachment relationships
- Potential applied uses of attachment research
- Current research and future directions in this area
When: December 12, 2017
Time: 8:00 PM EDT (Midnight UTC)
(To be recorded and available OnDemand after the lecture)
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