Dogs make bad decisions when self-control is gone

04/2/2012 | ScienceDaily

When dogs are tired or distracted, they have less self-control and engage in riskier behaviors than they would normally, according to a new study from France. The researchers hope this information will lead to insights into the neurobiological and physiological components of self-control in people.

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