According to a study just published in the journal Current Biology, dogs really can read your face. A team of researchers at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Austria trained 11 dogs to differentiate between happy and angry human faces.
The dogs were shown either the lower or the upper half of a human face in numerous emotional states. Next, the dogs were tested. The team showed the dogs different pictures from the images utilized in their training, using either a new person’s upper or lower face or just a different half of a face ...
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