Programme scientifique seevad english


Friday 09 September 2011

19h00-20h30 : Welcome of participants and Registration/ Welcome cocktail
20h30-20h45 : Opening ceremony Isabelle Vieira, President of SEEVAD
20h45-21h30 : PUBLIC CONFERENCE Bertrand L. Deputte : The study of the behavior of the
domestic animals : from Aristotle through Darwin to today

Saturday 10 September 2011

9h00-9h15 : Opening ceremony Isabelle Vieira
9h15-9h25 : Expression of sympathy - Friendly Address: Adam Miklosi

Chairman: Isabelle Vieira
9h25-10h15: PLENARY TALK: Jean-Marie Giffroy : Dog domestication, a unique shared experience
10h15-10h35: Véronique Neuvens et al.: Unified model combining elements of the children
developmental psychology, the ethology and the prevention of dog bite

Posters :
Elodie Pari-Perrin et al.: Dogs and owners moving into urban areas: a lively street, a park and a
Florence Gaunet: Visually impaired people and the guide dog, in France

Chairman: Laurent Tiret
11h05-11h55: PLENARY TALK: Florence Gaunet: Sensitivity and adjustments of domestic dogs to
social agents: knowledge from the scientific field

11h55-12h15: Claire Diederich et al.: Signal detection theory to explain differences in Human-dog
communication in motion

12h15-12h35: Stéphanie Michenaud: the dog companion or helping animal: polymorphic aspects of
the human-dog relationship

Posters :
Florence Gaunet et al.: Functionally referential communication : the case of the pet dog (Canis

Bénédicte Asselineau et al.: Are sphynx cats behaviorally different from other breeds of cats ?

Chairman: Hélène Combrisson
14h00-14h50: PLENARY TALK: Joseph Benyaya: Psychotropic drugs and veterinary behavioral

14h50-15h10: Lynne M Seibert : Efficiency of fluoxetine, presented as chewing tablet, associated with
behavioral changes for the treatment of stress induced by separation, in the dog.

15h10-15h30:  Cyril Herry: Erasing traumatic fear memories with extinction training
15h30-15h50: Catherine Escriou et al. : Phenotypic and genetic characterisations of the « tail
chasing » in the bull terrier

Chairman: Franck Péron
16h10-17h00: PLENARY TALK : Martin Godbout : Signs of anxiety in puppies: a cue to predict
behavioural disorders?
17h00-17h20: Rian Lensen et al.: CONDOG Project: Integrated temperament assessment to construct
a tool for early prediction of behavioural problems
17h20-18h10: PLENARY TALK : Simon Gadbois: Lupine and canine scientific mythologies
Posters :
Alexa Oppliger & Jean-Marc Landry : Puppy Temperament Test for Livestock Guarding Dogs
Marie-Amélie Forin-Wiart et al.: Are bold cats more hunters than shy cats?

18h10-19h00: ROUNDTABLE 1 « Dog dangerosity » led by Isabelle Vieira
Optional - Social event : visit of the Fragonard Museum
19h00: End of the first day
Sunday 11 September 2011

Chairman: Bertrand L.Deputte
9h00-9h50: PLENARY TALK : Martine Hausberger: A better knowledge of horses for a better
9h50-10h10: Frank Odberg & L. Gombeer: Old masters were right: Academic riding principles abide
modern learning theory
10h10-10h30: Bertrand L. Deputte et al.: Use of space and visual communication in cats living in

10h30-10h50: Aurélie Becques et al.: The mother’s diet influences food choice in newborn and eight-
week- old kittens

10h50-11h10: Emmanuelle Titeux: Can the knowledge of feeding behavior of ancestral cats help us to
better feed our domestic cats?

Posters :
Naïma Kasbaoui et al.:
Color discrimination in horses (Equus caballus)
Franck Péron & Claire Grosset : Foraging behaviour and psychogenic disorders in adult psittacids
Pascal Lescroart : Eat slowly! an important feature to the well-being and health of dogs and cats

Chairman: Claire Diederich
11h40-12h30: PLENARY TALK Marta Gacsi : From interspecific attachment relationship to etho-
robotics; Dog – a very special species indeed

12h30-12h50: Anouck Haverbeke et al.: Ethical use of positive training methods: improvement of the
human-animal relationship

Posters :
Stéphane Tinnes-Kramer : Walking together: the walk as an experience of a cooperative relationship
between humans and dogs

Chairman: Emmanuelle Titeux
14h00-14h50: PLENARY TALK: Friederike Range: The effect of domestication on cognitive abilities
of dogs
14h50-15h10: Catherine Escriou: Dog cerebral aging, human cerebral aging: which similarities?
15h10-15h30: Maxime Lullier & Adam Miklosi: Bringing your dog to dogschool might not make him
smarter, but might make him more stubborn

15h30-15h50: Dominique Autier-Derian et al.: Visual discrimination of the species in the dog, Canis

Posters :
Maud Gete & Jean-Marc Landry: Livestock guarding dogs communication strategies and behaviors in
front of wolves

Chairman: Séverine Belkhir
16h20-17h10: PLENARY TALK : Jean-Marc Landry : The livestock guarding dogs: or the challenge
of employing a preventive tool originated form traditional societies in a modern society
17h10-17h30: Shanis Barnard et al.: Comparison between group and pair housing conditions: effects
on shelter dogs’ behavior and welfare

Posters :
Céline Renard et al.: Influence of a 3D design on the behavior of kennelled dogs: a preliminary study
Franck Péron et al.: Using a touch screen device to enrich the housing conditions of captive African
grey parrots
Mathilde Valenchon et al.: Horses under an enrichment program showed better welfare, stronger
relationships with humans and less fear than control horses

17h30-18h20: ROUNDTABLE 2 « Laboratory animal rehoming » led by Franck Péron
Anabelle Chanvin et al.: Long-term follow-up of adaptiveness of laboratory beagles adopted as pets

18h20 : Student Best Communication Award and End of the Symposium


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