The effect of social facilitation on food intake of puppies fed separately and together for the first 90 days of life

  • James W
  • Gilbert T
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Abstract

One group of three Beagle-Terrier F 2 Hybrids were fed separately for ninety days following weaning. On day 91 they were fed together on alternate days for nearly six weeks Social facilitation was not present during the first 14 days but gradually appeared after this. A similar control group, fed together for the first 90 days, evidenced social facilitation from. © 1955.

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  • W. T. James

  • T. F. Gilbert

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