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Journal Articles Developmental Psychobiology Year : 2002

Twenty-four-hour-old lambs rely more on maternal behavior than on the learning of individual characteristics to discriminate between their own and an alien mother

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hal-02673518 , version 1 (31-05-2020)

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A. Terrazas, Raymond Nowak, N. Serafin, Guillaume Ferreira, Frédéric Lévy, et al.. Twenty-four-hour-old lambs rely more on maternal behavior than on the learning of individual characteristics to discriminate between their own and an alien mother. Developmental Psychobiology, 2002, 40, pp.408-418. ⟨hal-02673518⟩
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