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Nebraska Symposium on Motivation

Canine Cognition and the Human Bond

Date: Time: 9:00 am–5:00 pm
Nebraska Union Room: Auditorium
Additional Info: NU
Contact: Jeffrey Stevens, (402) 472-1840, jstevens5@unl.edu
Dogs are a valued part of almost 70 million American households. Yet, in terms of behavior and cognition, they have only become a serious subject of scientific study in the last 20 years. Similarly, we have recently witnessed a sharp increase in studies of canine-human interaction, exploring the motivational, emotional, cognitive, physiological, and neural mechanisms of dogs on human psychology and well-being. The primary goal of this symposium is to bring together researchers from psychology, biology, neuroscience, anthropology, and social work to delve deeper into the canine-human bond.
This event is free, is open to the public, and will be live streamed via Zoom. To attend in person or to receive the Zoom link please register here: https://psychology.unl.edu/symposium/registration.

https://psychology.unl.edu/symposium

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