Dog Brains Do Not Prefer Faces - Neuroscience News
U.S. · SCIENCE
October 5, 20203 min read581 words
Published: October 5, 2020  |  3 min read581 words
Summary: fMRI study reveals dogs do not have a specific face area similar to that of primates. Dogs’ brain activity showed little response to faces but increased in response to seeing another dog over a human.Source: SfNEven though dogs gaze into man’s eyes, dog brains may not pr...
Dog Brains Do Not Prefer Faces - Neuroscience News Read more

No article scores yet.

There are no critic or public scores for this article yet.
critic reviews: 0
public reviews: 0
No reviews
img-contested
N/A
critic score
0 reviews
img-contested
N/A
public score
1 reviews

CRITIC REVIEWS

There don't seem to be any reviews yet.

PUBLIC REVIEWS

There don't seem to be any reviews yet.