Paola Valsecchi

University of Parma, Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Italy 
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Travain T, Colombo ES, Grandi LC, et al. (2016) How good is this food? A study on dogs' emotional responses to a potentially pleasant event using infrared thermography. Physiology & Behavior. 159: 80-7
Barnard S, Marshall-Pescini S, Passalacqua C, et al. (2016) Does Subjective Rating Reflect Behavioural Coding? Personality in 2 Month-Old Dog Puppies: An Open-Field Test and Adjective-Based Questionnaire. Plos One. 11: e0149831
Marshall-Pescini S, Frazzi C, Valsecchi P. (2016) The effect of training and breed group on problem-solving behaviours in dogs. Animal Cognition. 19: 571-9
Scandurra A, Prato-Previde E, Valsecchi P, et al. (2015) Guide dogs as a model for investigating the effect of life experience and training on gazing behaviour. Animal Cognition. 18: 937-44
D'Aniello B, Scandurra A, Prato-Previde E, et al. (2015) Gazing toward humans: a study on water rescue dogs using the impossible task paradigm. Behavioural Processes. 110: 68-73
Travain T, Colombo ES, Heinzl E, et al. (2015) Hot dogs: Thermography in the assessment of stress in dogs (Canis familiaris)-A pilot study Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research. 10: 17-23
Cafazzo S, Bonanni R, Valsecchi P, et al. (2014) Social variables affecting mate preferences, copulation and reproductive outcome in a pack of free-ranging dogs. Plos One. 9: e98594
Prato Previde E, Valsecchi P. (2014) The Immaterial Cord: The Dog-Human Attachment Bond The Social Dog: Behavior and Cognition. 165-189
Marshall-Pescini S, Barnard S, Branson NJ, et al. (2013) The effect of preferential paw usage on dogs' (Canis familiaris) performance in a manipulative problem-solving task. Behavioural Processes. 100: 40-3
Choleris E, Cazzin L, Lymer JM, et al. (2013) Acute corticosterone sexually dimorphically facilitates social learning and inhibits feeding in mice. Neuropharmacology. 75: 191-200
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