Like people, dogs have brain areas that respond to voices

MRI study may help explain how pups understand human communication

DOGS IN THE LAB  By training dogs to lie still for an fMRI scan, researchers were able to identify areas in the canine brain that respond to dog and human voices. 

Borbala Ferenczy

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