- Rudolph Schenkel Canine Studies 2 Articles
David Mech Wolf Studies
- Alpha Status, Dominance, and Division of Labor in Wolf Packs by L. David Mech – 1999
- Leadership in Wolf, Canis lupus, Packs, David Mech – 2000
- Leadership behavior in relation to dominance and reproductive status in gray wolves, Canis lupus, David Mech 2002
- Prolonged Intensive Dominance Behavior Between Gray Wolves, Canis lupus, David Mech and Dean Cluff, 2010
- David Mech’s explanation of the Term “Alpha” in Wolf Packs.
- Group Composition Effects on Aggressive Interpack Interactions of Gray Wolves in Yellowstone National Park
Dominance Relationships in a Family Pack of Captive Arctic Wolves (Canis lupus arctos): The Influence of Competition for Food, Age and Sex
Simona Cafazzo, Martina Lazzaroni, and Sarah Marshall-Pescini 2016 ABSTRACT Background: Dominance is one of the most pervasive concepts in the...
Simona Cafazzo, Sarah Marshall-Pescini, Jennifer L. Essler, Zsofia Viranyi, Kurt Kotrschal, Friederike Range 2018 ABSTRACT Puppy packs (consisting of only...
Conclusions: Conflict between neighboring wolf packs is common, and accounts for 2/3 of natural wolf deaths The presence of older,...
Jennifer L. Essler1,2*, Simona Cafazzo1, Sarah Marshall-Pescini1,2, Zsófia Virányi1,2,Kurt Kotrschal1,3, Friederike Range1,21 Wolf Science Center, Ernstbrunn, Austria, 2 Comparative Cognition,...