Study sheds light on canine cognition

11/19/2010 | CNN

Researchers with Duke University's Canine Cognition Center put dogs through various tricks and found that the animals can read humans better than other species, including chimpanzees, and that they can solve almost any problem if they rely on humans. Researchers hope to use the findings to improve dogs' performance in areas such as working with people with disabilities or the military.

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