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Neonatal
birth-2weeks
transitional
2-3 weeks
socialization
3-12/18 weeks
juvenile
12-18w / puberty
adult
puberty - death
IC
Immediate cause - what is trigger
AS
Adaptive Signifigance - survival/reproductive sucess
purpose of hierarchy
aggression is expensive - why fight
neoteny
The retention in adulthood of infantiel or juvenile charcteristics
Active Submission
face licking, pawing, reraction, unrination, smiling
passive submission
rolling on back or side to expose inguinal area urination, freezing, avoiding eye contact
cutoff
stopping fight
Good dog play
roll reversals
activity shifts
selfhandicapping
bouncy
play face
play bows
inefficient movements
Best strategy for barrier frustration
management of environment
predatory behavior
search
stalk
rush
grab
kill
disect
eat
Function of aggression
Displacement of other individuals
two adaption contexts
resources
self defense
fear mechanisms
prenatal
neonatal
Dog human aggression contexts
Strangers/
Body Handling/
Resource Gaurding
Habituation good treatment for
Mild Stimuli
Stimuli hard to manage