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Dec 30, 2019 · The Duke Canine Cognition Center lab coordinator said the puppies come to them at 8 weeks and stay until 20 weeks old. This is the time during brain rapid development. The puppies were a hit around Duke’s campus in the fall. The group even surprised the men’s basketball team in a video posted on online by Mike Digeorge, the team’s sports ...

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Jul 29, 2015 · In a new study, a Duke team consisting of Bray and evolutionary anthropologists Evan MacLean and Brian Hare of Duke’s Canine Cognition Center wanted to find out if the conditions that enable certain animals to do their best also depend on the animal’s underlying temperament.

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Department: Duke Canine Cognition Center in the Department of Evolutionary Anthropology History: It was a spur of the moment decision that turned into a lifetime of work for Brian Hare, co-director of the Duke Canine Cognition Center and associate professor in the Department of Evolutionary Anthropology. As a student at Emory University in the mid 90s, Hare studied under Michael Tomasello, who ...

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The dogs from Duke Canine Cognition Center are part of a “Puppy Kindergarten” training program. The program is designed to study the impact of affection and socialization on service dog training....

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Duke Canine Cognition Center The DCCC, headed by Brian Hare, explores canine cognition to understand both animals and humans. Follow us for all things Puppy Kindergarten today.duke.edu/2019/09/duke

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Apr 13, 2014 · T he Duke Canine Cognition Center is one of the world’s most prestigious dog laboratories, but you’d never know it from the looks. Located at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, it’s ...

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In a 2013 interview in Scientific American, Brian Hare, coauthor, with Vanessa Woods, of The Genius of Dogs and founder of the Duke Canine Cognition Center, was asked, “What is the biggest ...

Duke Canine Cognition Center – Learning from Dogs

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The Duke Canine Cognition Center (DCCC) is dedicated to the study of dog psychology. Our goal is to understand the flexibility and limitations of dog cognition. In doing so, we gain a window into the mind of animals as well as the evolution of our own species. We can also apply our knowledge of dog cognition to improving programs in which dogs ...

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The Duke Canine Cognition Center (DCCC) is dedicated to the study of dog psychology. Our goal is to understand the flexibility and limitations of dog cognition. In doing so, we gain a window into the mind of animals as well as the evolution of our own species. We can also apply our knowledge of dog cognition to improving programs in which dogs ...

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Duke Canine Cognition Center’s puppy kindergarten offers a place where anyone can pop in for cuddles and sloppy puppy kisses—but it wouldn’t be possible without its 107 volunteers. Volunteers at...

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Dec 30, 2019 · The Duke Canine Cognition Center lab coordinator said the puppies come to them at 8 weeks and stay until 20 weeks old. This is the time during brain rapid development. The puppies were a hit around Duke’s campus in the fall. The group even surprised the men’s basketball team in a video posted on online by Mike Digeorge, the team’s sports ...

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DISCOVERING THE DUKE CANINE COGNITION CENTER

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Canine Cognition Center (DCCC) on Duke’s campus. Established in 2009, the DCCC is the first dog research center on a college campus in the United States and is internationally recognized for the cutting edge studies investigating what goes on inside the minds of man’s best friend. The DCCC has

Dognition | Who We Are - Find the Genius in Your Dog

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Dr. Brian Hare received his Ph.D. from Harvard and is a member of the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, which is a division of the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences. His publications on dog cognition are among the most heavily cited papers on dog behavior and intelligence. Read More

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Brian Hare Excerpt: Duke Canine Cognition Center - YouTube

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Apr 30, 2012 · Urban Dawgs - Postive, Reward-Based Dog Training 12,130 views 21:32 Krost 2019 The Genius of Dogs Brian Hare PhD Duke University, Giesber Keynote Address - Duration: 1:29:42.

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Mar 13, 2020 · The Duke Canine Cognition Center is looking for 7 to 14 week old puppies in the Triangle area to participate in our fun problem-solving games to learn about how dogs think. Sign up your puppy at dukedogs.com to be in our database. 11/27/2018 . Dr. Brian Hare is on Facebook Live right now! He will be providing background on bonobos and taking ...

Discovering Duke's Canine Cognition Center | Duke

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Discovering Duke's Canine Cognition Center Working with Alumni Faculty Fellow Brian Hare, this new alumni weekend will share the work his lab is doing to understand the flexibility and limitations of dog cognition.

The Genius of Dogs: How Dogs Are Smarter Than You Think ...

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Brian Hare, dog researcher, evolutionary anthropologist and founder of the Duke Canine Cognition Center, and research scientist Vanessa Woods offer revolutionary new insights into dog intelligence and the interior lives of our smartest pets.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Duke Health

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Duke experts offer a wide range of cognitive behavioral therapies (CBT) to help adults identify and change thinking and behaviors that cause mental health problems. We use CBT to treat mood disorders, anxiety, trauma-related issues, impulse-control disorders, personality disorders, eating disorders, substance use disorders, and other common and ...

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Dognition | Brian Hare

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Hare is a Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at Duke University. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard University, founded the Hominoid Psychology Research Group while at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, and subsequently founded the Duke Canine Cognition Center when arriving at Duke University.

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Volunteer at the Puppy Kindergarten in the Duke Canine Cognition Center taking care of puppies between ages 10 to 20 weeks who are training to be Canine Companions for Independence.

Canine Cognition Center at Yale Summer Internship | Duke ...

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The Canine Cognition Center at Yale (under the directorship of Dr. Laurie Santos) is seeking curious and motivated college students or recent graduates for our Summer Internship program. Our center studies the cognitive abilities of dogs to better understand the origins of human social cognition.

Duke Canine Cognition Center | Brian Hare

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Duke University is the first college campus to open a dedicated Canine Cognition Center. According to Brian, the Duke Canine Cognition Center (DCCC) boasts ” the cheapest tuition and best acceptance rate at Duke.” To learn more about the work Brian and his colleagues are doing at the DCCC, or how you can get involved, visit DukeDogs.com.

New Online Course Explores the Genius of Dogs

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Jun 02, 2015 · Brian Hare is a professor of evolutionary anthropology at Duke University and founder of the Duke Canine Cognition Center. Brian Hare, professor of evolutionary anthropology at Duke University, has long found ways to translate his research on dog cognition into accessible ways for dog lovers to better appreciate their canine companions.