Lead Paper:

Duranton, C., Bedossa, T. & Gaunet, F. (2017). Interspecific behavioural synchronization: dogs exhibit locomotor synchrony with humans. Scientific Reports, 7, 12384. PDF


Duranton, C. & Gaunet, F. (2018). Behavioural synchronization and affiliation: Dogs exhibit human-like skills. Learning & Behaviour, Special Issue on Canine Cognition,  PDF

Duranton, C., Bedossa, T. & Gaunet, F. (2017). Pet dogs synchronise their walking pace with that of their owners in open outdoor areas. Animal Cognition, 21(2), 219-226. PDF

Duranton, C., Bedossa, T. & Gaunet, F. (2017). The perception of dogs’ behavioural synchronisation with their owners depends partially on expertise in behaviour. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, DOI: 10.1016/j.applanim.2017.11.004. PDF

Duranton C., Range, F. & Virányi, Z. (2017). Do pet dogs (Canis familiaris) follow ostensive and non-ostensive human gaze to distant space and to objects? Royal Society Open Science, 4, 170349. PDF

Duranton C., Bedossa, T. & Gaunet, F. (2017). Do shelter dogs engage in social referencing with their caregiver in an approach paradigm? An exploratory study. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 189, 57-65. PDF

Duranton C. & Gaunet F. (2016). Effect of shelter housing on dogs’ sensitivity to human social cues. Journal of Veterinary Behavior,14, 20-27. PDF

Duranton C. & Gaunet F. (2016). Behavioural synchronization from an ethological perspective: overview of its adaptive value. Adaptive Behavior, 24(3), 181-191. PDF

Duranton, C., Bedossa, T. & Gaunet, F. (2016). When facing an unfamiliar person, pet dogs present social referencing based on their owner’s direction of movement alone. Animal Behaviour, 113, 147-156. PDF

Duranton, C. & Gaunet, F. (2015). Canis sensitivus: affiliation and dogs’ sensitivity to others’ behavior as the basis for synchronization with humans ? Journal of Veterinary Behaviour, 10, 513-524. PDF

Duranton C., Rödel H.G., Bedossa T. & Belkhir S. (2015). Inverse sex effects on dog (Canis familiaris) performances in a repeated problem solving task. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 129(1), 84-87. PDF