Journal Resources on Dominance
Links to articles abstracts are sorted in order of year (most recent first) and alphabetical by first author's last name within each year.
Bradshaw J.W.S., Casey R.A., Blackwell E.J., Browne W.J. (2009). Dominance in domestic dogs: Useful construct or bad habit? Journal of Veterinary Behavior, 135-144.
Perez-Guisado J., Munoz-Serrano A. (2009). Factors linked to dominance aggression in dogs. Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 8 (2): 336-342.
Hawley P.H., Little T.D., Card N.A. (2008). The myth of the alpha male: A new look at dominance-related beliefs and behaviors among adolescent males and females. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 32(1), 76-88.
Mech D.L. 2008. Whatever happened to the term alpha wolf? International Wolf, Winter 2008, 4-8.
Wright J.C. (2004). Comment on van Kerkhove's "Wolf-Pack Theory." Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 7(4), 295-298.
Rooney, N.J., Bradshaw, J.W.S. (2003). Links between play and dominance and attachment dimensions of dog-human relationships. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 6:67-94.
Drews C. (1993). The concept and definition of dominance behavior. Behaviour, 125: 284-313.
Bernstein I.S. (1981). Dominance: The baby and the bathwater. J Behav Brain Sci, 4:419-57.
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