Does your dog have social skills?
A study suggests that viewing the owner’s face works as a positive social reinforcement for dogs. Learn more about this and other surprising results about “man’s best friend”.
"Neurobiology of Aging" publishes findings of a research project supported by the BIAL Foundation
The research team led by João Marques-Teixeira has published, in the scope of the research project The Aging Social Brain – Neural and behavioral age-related changes in social cognition and decision-making supported by the Bial Foundation, the paper Age differences in neural correlates of feedback processing after economic decisions under risk in the journal Neurobiology of Aging.
Research project supported by the BIAL Foundation was published in the Frontiers in Psychology
In the scope of the research project 169/16 - The potential effect of behavioral stimulation on social competence in dogs (via endogenous oxytocin release) supported by the BIAL Foundation, the research team has published the paper Gaze-following and reaction to an aversive social interaction have corresponding associations with variation in the OXTR gene in dogs but not in human infants in the journal Frontiers in Psychology.
Research project supported by the BIAL Foundation was published in the journal Psychological Research
The article The effect of height and shoulder-to-hip ratio on interpersonal space in virtual environment has been published in the journal Psychological Research in the scope of the research project 143/14 - From audio-visual perception to action: the processing of spatio-temporal components, supported by the BIAL Foundation.
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