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For hints on humans, scientists study dogs' thinking

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By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Staff / April 13, 2009

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CAMBRIDGE - Studying a species known to chase its own tail may seem an unlikely way to better understand the human mind. But scientists at Harvard University's new Canine Cognition Lab hope to gain insight into more than the psychology of dogs from visiting pet pooches - including an alert German shepherd named Celia and a rottweiler called Taylor who ... (Full article: 1009 words)

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