Sergio M. Pellis

University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada 
play behaviour
"Sergio Pellis"
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Whishaw IQ, Burke CJ, Pellis SM. (2021) Does play shape hand use skill in rats? Experimental Brain Research
Ottenheimer Carrier L, Leca JB, Pellis S, et al. (2015) A structural comparison of female-male and female-female mounting in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). Behavioural Processes. 119: 70-5
Raza S, Himmler BT, Himmler SM, et al. (2015) Effects of prenatal exposure to valproic acid on the development of juvenile-typical social play in rats. Behavioural Pharmacology
Pellis SM, Pellis VC. (2015) Are agonistic behavior patterns signals or combat tactics - or does it matter? Targets as organizing principles of fighting. Physiology & Behavior
Kisko TM, Euston DR, Pellis SM. (2015) Are 50-khz calls used as play signals in the playful interactions of rats? III. The effects of devocalization on play with unfamiliar partners as juveniles and as adults. Behavioural Processes. 113: 113-21
Palagi E, Burghardt GM, Smuts B, et al. (2015) Rough-and-tumble play as a window on animal communication. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
Kisko TM, Himmler BT, Himmler SM, et al. (2015) Are 50-kHz calls used as play signals in the playful interactions of rats? II. Evidence from the effects of devocalization. Behavioural Processes. 111: 25-33
Norman K, Pellis S, Barrett L, et al. (2015) Down but not out: supine postures as facilitators of play in domestic dogs. Behavioural Processes. 110: 88-95
O’Meara BC, Graham KL, Pellis SM, et al. (2015) Evolutionary models for the retention of adult–adult social play in primates: The roles of diet and other factors associated with resource acquisition Adaptive Behavior. 23: 381-391
Bell HC, Bell GD, Schank JA, et al. (2015) Evolving the tactics of play fighting: insights from simulating the “keep away game” in rats Adaptive Behavior. 23: 371-380
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