Here's looking at you: Dogs can discriminate emotions of human faces from photos

Thursday, February 12, 2015 - 13:30 in Psychology & Sociology

A team of cognitive scientists has demonstrated for the first time that dogs can differentiate between happy and angry human faces. Dogs may have developed this skill due to their close relationship with people, in which the animals have learned to understand certain aspects of human non-verbal communication.

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