Communication and expression in hoofed mammals

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Indiana University Press, 1984 - Nature - 423 pages
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An introduction to hoofed mammals; Some theoretical problems of communication; Some theoretical problems of expression; Toward a classification of communicative advertisements and displays; Advertising presence, position, state, and status; Marking behavior and marks; Space claims; Excitement activities, alarm and flight signals; Behavioral contagion, contact seeking and contact making, allogrooming; Signals in mother-offspring relations; Orientations relative to the partner; Threat displays; Dominance displays; Courtship displays; Submissive displays; "Herding" and related behaviors; Comparative distribution of certain communicative behaviors and displays; On interspecific Communication; A classification list of hoofed mammals.

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An Introduction to Hoofed Mammals
Some Theoretical Problems of Communication
Some Theoretical Problems of Expression

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