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Chiara Scopa
Chiara Scopa
Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale Sperimentale delle Venezie
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Emotional transfer in human–horse interaction: new perspectives on equine assisted interventions
C Scopa, L Contalbrigo, A Greco, A LanatÓ, EP Scilingo, P Baragli
Animals 9 (12), 1030, 2019
862019
Mimic me while playing! Social tolerance and rapid facial mimicry in macaques (Macaca tonkeana and Macaca fuscata).
C Scopa, E Palagi
Journal of Comparative Psychology 130 (2), 153, 2016
862016
Are horses capable of mirror self-recognition? A pilot study
P Baragli, E Demuru, C Scopa, E Palagi
PLoS One 12 (5), e0176717, 2017
322017
Integrating Tinbergen's inquiries: Mimicry and play in humans and other social mammals
E Palagi, C Scopa
Learning & behavior 45, 378-389, 2017
242017
Relaxed open mouth reciprocity favours playful contacts in South American sea lions (Otaria flavescens)
C Llamazares-MartÝn, C Scopa, F GuillÚn-Salazar, E Palagi
Behavioural processes 140, 87-95, 2017
232017
If horses had toes: demonstrating mirror self recognition at group level in Equus caballus
P Baragli, C Scopa, V Maglieri, E Palagi
Animal Cognition, 2021
212021
Physiological outcomes of calming behaviors support the resilience hypothesis in horses
C Scopa, E Palagi, C Sighieri, P Baragli
Scientific Reports 8, 17501, 2018
212018
Strong Competition Does Not Always Predict Play Asymmetry: The Case of South American Sea Lions (Otaria flavescens)
C Llamazares‐MartÝn, C Scopa, F GuillÚn‐Salazar, E Palagi
Ethology 123 (4), 270-282, 2017
212017
Inside the interaction: Contact with familiar humans modulates heart rate variability in horses
C Scopa, A Greco, L Contalbrigo, E Fratini, A LanatÓ, EP Scilingo, ...
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 7, 582759, 2020
172020
Horses show individual level lateralisation when inspecting an unfamiliar and unexpected stimulus
P Baragli, C Scopa, M Felici, AR Reddon
PLoS One 16 (8), e0255688, 2021
62021
Getting rid of blinkers: the case of mirror self-recognition in horses (Equus caballus)
C Scopa, V Maglieri, P Baragli, E Palagi
Animal Cognition 25 (4), 711-716, 2022
32022
A leap in the color! How understanding horses’ color perception improves their performance and welfare in show jumping
F Valan, P Paglierani, C Scopa
Cultura e Scienza del Colore-Color Culture and Science 16 (01), 49-56, 2024
2024
All in good time: Play development and tactics in foals (Equus caballus)
V Maglieri, C Scopa, G Modica, E Palagi
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 273, 106244, 2024
2024
Correction to: If horses had toes: demonstrating mirror self recognition at group level in Equus caballus
P Baragli, C Scopa, V Maglieri, E Palagi
Animal Cognition 25 (4), 1013, 2022
2022
Physiological effects of stress-releasing behaviours in horses: the resilience hypothesis
S Chiara, E Palagi, P Baragli
Proceedings of the 14th international conference: equitation science 150á…, 2018
2018
PlasticitÓ della comunicazione facciale in contesto ludico e grado di tolleranza sociale: un confronto tra Macaca tonkeana e Macaca fuscata
C SCOPA
2015
Unveiling the Role of Social Tolerance in Play and Facial Communication in the Genus Macaca
C Scopa, R Stanyon, E Palagi
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 86, 356-356, 2015
2015
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