Evolución de la investigación sobre la cognición canina. Una revisión sistemática utilizando la teoría de grafos

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Maria Cristina Correa-Duque
Anyerson Stiths Gómez-Tabares

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El objetivo es realizar una revisión sistemática de la evolución de la investigación sobre la cognición canina, enfatizando en los dominios sociales. La búsqueda bibliográfica se efectuó en Scopus y Web of Science. Para el manejo de los datos se realizó un análisis de clusterización mediante teoría de grafos. Se empleó las herramientas Sci2 Tool y Gephi. Los resultados se segmentaron en estudios clásicos, estructurales y recientes. En estos estudios se encontró que los perros disponen de habilidades para el reconocimiento y el uso de formas humanas de comunicación que superarían a los lobos y primates no humanos. También, las habilidades comunicativas serían más similares entre perros y humanos que entre humanos y chimpancés. Estos hallazgos han sido interpretados bajo las hipótesis explicativas de la herencia evolutiva, de exposición y domesticación humanas, las cuales reconocen que el entorno social humano representa el nicho ecológico natural para esta especie.

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Correa-Duque, M. C., & Gómez-Tabares, A. S. . (2021). Evolución de la investigación sobre la cognición canina. Una revisión sistemática utilizando la teoría de grafos. Revista Argentina De Ciencias Del Comportamiento, 13(3), 1–18. https://doi.org/10.32348/1852.4206.v13.n3.27516
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