Talks

Oral presentations

Duranton talk

Oral presentation at SEEVAD International Congress, 2015. See Duranton et al. 2016

(2017) Dogs’ sensitivity to human social cues. Annual meeting Terre Neuve 38, Paladru, France.

(2017) Dog-human behavioural synchronization.  Invited speaker, Family Dog Project, Department of Ethology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary.

(2017) CANINE SCIENCE CONFERENCE: Dogs exhibit social preference for people who synchronize with them, University of Arizona, Tempe, USA.

(2017) PET REVOLUTION: Canine cognition to improve dogs’ welfare.  with Sarah Jeanin, Nanterre University, Paris, France.

(2017) Dogs exhibit social preference for people who synchronize with them.  Invited speaker, Laboratory of Cognitive Neurosciences, CNRS, Marseille, France.

(2017) Dog-human behavioural synchronization and affiliation.  Invited speaker, laboratory Seminar, Federation 3C, University Aix-Marseille, CNRS, Marseille, France.

(2017) CANINE SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM: Stronger together: the place of behavioural synchronization in dogshumans relationships. SPCA, San Francisco, USA.

(2016) Dogs’ sensitivity to human social cues: state of the art and different hypotheses to explain it. Université Paris XIII, Sorbonne Cité, France.

(2016) DOG REVOLUTION: Dog cognition and applications.  With Eleonore Buffet, dog trainer. Nanterre University, Paris,France.

(2016) Dog-human synchronization: existence, modalities and link with affiliation. Laboratory of Comparative Psychology, University Aix-Marseille, CNRS, Marseille, France.

(2015) SEEVAD Congress: When facing an unfamiliar person, pet dogs present social referencing based on their owners’ movement alone. Duranton C., Bedossa T. & Gaunet F. Paris, France.

(2015) Social referencing in pet dogs and shelter dogs. AVA Association, Cuy-St-Fiacre, France.

(2014) Dogs’ present social referencing based on their owners’ movement alone, Laboratory of Comparative Psychology, University Aix-Marseille, CNRS, Marseille, France.

(2014) Dogs-humans synchronization and affiliative behaviors,  Laboratory of Comparative Psychology, University Aix-Marseille, CNRS, Marseille, France.

(2013) Canine cognition and dog training, 3 talks, Master Etholgy, University Paris XIII, Sorbonne Cité, France.

(2013) Canine cognition, from problem solving abilities to communication with humans,  Laboratory of Comparative Psychology, University Aix-Marseille, CNRS, Marseille, France.

(2013) SFECA Congress: Inverse sex effects on dogs’ (Canis familiaris) performance in a repeated problem solving task. Duranton C., Rödel H.G., Bedossa T & Belkhir S., Dijon, France.

(2013) Dog-Human communication: what can science teach us. Paris, France.

(2013) CIEC Congress: Does training method influence dogs’ (Canis familiaris) behavior in a problem solving task ? Duranton C., Belkhir S., Angers, France.

(2013) Human-animal communication in ethology: the example of gaze and pointing following abilities in dogs (Canis familiaris). Duranton C. & Cimarelli G., Clever Dog Lab, Vienna, Austria.

Posters

Duranton Poster

Duranton Behavior 2013, Newcastle – Poster Prize

(2017) CANINE SCIENCE CONFERENCE: Effect of affiliation on dogs’ behavioral synchronization with humans when walking outside. Duranton, C., Bedossa, T. & Gaunet, F., University of Arizona, Tempe, USA.

(2016) CANINE SCIENCE FORUM 2016: Pet dogs but not shelter dogs present social referencing with their handlers. Duranton C., Bedossa, T., Belkhir, S. & Gaunet, F. Padova, Italy.

(2014) CANINE SCIENCE FORUM 2014: Dogs follow human gaze into distance space and in an object-choice task. Duranton C., Range F. & Viranyi Z. Lincoln, United Kingdom.

(2013) BEHAVIOUR/IEC Congress: Inverse sex effects on dogs’ (Canis familiaris) performance in a repeated problem solving task. Duranton C., Rödel H.G., Bedossa T & Belkhir S. Poster Prize, Newcastle, England.

(2013) SEEVAD Congress: Inverse sex effects on dogs’ (Canis familiaris) performance in a repeated problem solving task. Duranton C., Rödel H.G., Bedossa T & Belkhir S. Lyon, France.

(2013) COMPCOG Congress: Do domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) follow non-communicative and communicative human gaze in different contexts? Duranton C., Range F. & Virányi, Z. Vienna, Austria.

Institutions