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Intentional behaviour in dog-human communication: an experimental analysis of “showing” behaviour in the dog
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- 249 Mendeley
This article is in the 88th percentile (ranked 22,382nd) of the 198,420 tracked articles of a similar age in all journals and the 58th percentile (ranked 19th) of the 43 tracked articles of a similar age in Animal Cognition
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