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New Studies Show Humans Love Dogs More Than Other Humans
« on: March 16, 2018, 02:35:10 PM »
New Studies Show Humans Love Dogs More Than Other Humans


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What if a human and a dog stood side-by-side and both needed help, but you could only choose one. It wouldn’t be an easy decision, would it? Some studies reveal when it comes to feeling empathy, many people pick pooches over other people. Does that surprise you?

Sociologists and anthropologists from Northeastern University and the University of Colorado pondered why, when reports of animals in need make headlines, the outrage and response level is sometimes higher than when tragedies impact humans

Read the rest of the study at: https://ilovemydogsomuch.com/dog-empathy-mary/
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Re: New Studies Show Humans Love Dogs More Than Other Humans
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2018, 10:52:01 AM »
Shoot, no contest I'd choose my cats over 99% of humanity.
Brandon

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