Her primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Animal welfare, Developmental psychology, Social group and Free ranging. Her work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Social relation, overlaps with other areas such as Canis lupus familiaris and Prestige. Her work in the fields of Animal welfare, such as Animal-assisted therapy and HUBzero, intersects with other areas such as Yard.
Her HUBzero research includes elements of Test and Cognition, Elementary cognitive task. Her Developmental psychology research includes themes of Breed and Domestication. Her work in Free ranging addresses subjects such as Agonistic behaviour, which are connected to disciplines such as Group cohesiveness.
Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Ecology, Social learning and HUBzero. In the field of Developmental psychology, her study on Strange situation overlaps with subjects such as Food preference. The study incorporates disciplines such as Food choice and Free ranging in addition to Social psychology.
While the research belongs to areas of Free ranging, Paola Valsecchi spends her time largely on the problem of Dominance, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Agonistic behaviour, Dominance hierarchy and Aggression. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Zoology and Taste, Taste aversion. Her HUBzero study which covers Animal-assisted therapy that intersects with Clinical psychology and Temperament.
Paola Valsecchi mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Demography, Canis, Thermography and Test. Her study in Developmental psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social psychology and Attachment behaviour. Her Demography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Breed, Domestication, Aggression and Dominance.
Paola Valsecchi has included themes like Agonistic behaviour, Livestock and Dominance hierarchy in her Domestication study. Her Canis study incorporates themes from Test performance, Physical examination, Association and Pathology. Paola Valsecchi combines subjects such as Big Five personality traits and Personality with her study of Test.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Thermography, Developmental psychology, Audiology, Human factors and ergonomics and Suicide prevention. Her Thermography research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Stimulation, Heart rate variability, Emotional valence, Arousal and Positive emotion. Paola Valsecchi interconnects Stressor, Physical examination and Canis in the investigation of issues within Developmental psychology.
Paola Valsecchi performs integrative study on Audiology and Stress in her works. Paola Valsecchi integrates many fields in her works, including Human factors and ergonomics, Applied psychology, Gaze and Learning opportunities.
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Cortisol determination in hair and faeces from domestic cats and dogs.
Pier A. Accorsi;Elena Carloni;Paola Valsecchi;Roberta Viggiani.
General and Comparative Endocrinology (2008)
Gender differences in owners interacting with pet dogs: an observational study
Emanuela Prato-Previde;Gaia Fallani;Paola Valsecchi.
The Bond That Never Developed: Adoption and Relinquishment of Dogs in a Rescue Shelter
Francesca Mondelli;Emanuela Prato Previde;Marina Verga;Diana Levi.
Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science (2004)
Dominance in relation to age, sex, and competitive contexts in a group of free-ranging domestic dogs
Simona Cafazzo;Paola Valsecchi;Roberto Bonanni;Eugenia Natoli.
Behavioral Ecology (2010)
Agility and search and rescue training differently affects pet dogs' behaviour in socio-cognitive tasks
Sarah Marshall-Pescini;Chiara Passalacqua;Shanis Barnard;Paola Valsecchi.
Behavioural Processes (2009)
Does training make you smarter? The effects of training on dogs' performance (Canis familiaris) in a problem solving task.
Sarah Marshall-Pescini;Paola Valsecchi;Irena Petak;Pier Attilio Accorsi.
Behavioural Processes (2008)
Is your choice my choice? The owners' effect on pet dogs' (Canis lupus familiaris) performance in a food choice task.
E. Prato-Previde;S. Marshall-Pescini;P. Valsecchi.
Animal Cognition (2007)
Pattern of individual participation and cheating in conflicts between groups of free-ranging dogs
Roberto Bonanni;Paola Valsecchi;Eugenia Natoli.
Animal Behaviour (2010)
Free-ranging dogs assess the quantity of opponents in intergroup conflicts.
Roberto Bonanni;Eugenia Natoli;Simona Cafazzo;Paola Valsecchi.
Animal Cognition (2011)
Human-directed gazing behaviour in puppies and adult dogs, Canis lupus familiaris
Chiara Passalacqua;Sarah Marshall-Pescini;Shanis Barnard;Gabriella Lakatos.
Animal Behaviour (2011)
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