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Counting Canines: Dogs Process Numerical Quantities Using Same Brain Areas As Humans

News   Jan 09, 2020 | Original story from Emory University

 
Counting Canines: Dogs Process Numerical Quantities Using Same Brain Areas As Humans

Emory University neuroscientist Gregory Berns is founder of the Dog Project, which is researching evolutionary questions surrounding man's best, and oldest friend, using fMRI. Credit: Emory University

 
 
 

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