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Wolves understand cause and effect better than dogs

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Reports on research, on which Juliane Kaminski is a co-author, which found wolves are better than dogs at some cognitive tasks, suggesting domestication may have cost dogs some of their innate skill.

Period15 Sep 2017 → 18 Sep 2017

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TitleWolves understand causal relationships better than dogs
Media name/outletDer Standard
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date18/09/17
DescriptionReport on research, on which Juliane Kaminski is a co-author, which found wolves are better than dogs at some cognitive tasks, suggesting domestication may have cost dogs some of their innate skill.
Producer/AuthorDer Standard
URLderstandard.at/2000064135529/Woelfe-verstehen-kausale-Zusammenhaenge-besser-als-Hunde
PersonsJuliane Kaminski
TitleWolves understand cause and effect better than dogs
Media name/outletEurasia Review
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date17/09/17
DescriptionReports on research, on which Dr Juliane Kaminski is a co-author, which found wolves are better than dogs at some cognitive tasks, suggesting domestication may have cost dogs some of their innate skill
Producer/AuthorEurasia Review
URLwww.eurasiareview.com/17092017-wolves-understand-cause-and-effect-better-than-dogs/
PersonsJuliane Kaminski
TitleCause and effect, the wolf understands this better than the dog
Media name/outletIDW
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date15/09/17
DescriptionReports on research, on which Dr Juliane Kaminski is a co-author, which found wolves are better than dogs at some cognitive tasks, suggesting domestication may have cost dogs some of their innate skill.
Producer/AuthorIDW
URLhttps://idw-online.de/de/news681105
PersonsJuliane Kaminski
TitleWolves understand causal relationships better than dogs
Media name/outletSalzburg 24
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date15/09/17
DescriptionReports on research, on which Juliane Kaminski is a co-author, which found wolves are better than dogs at some cognitive tasks, suggesting domestication may have cost dogs some of their innate skill.
Producer/AuthorSalzburg 24
URLwww.salzburg24.at/woelfe-verstehen-kausale-zusammenhaenge-besser-als-hunde/5089794
PersonsJuliane Kaminski
TitleWolves understand cause and effect better than dogs
Media name/outletPhys Org
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date15/09/17
DescriptionReports on research, on which Juliane Kaminski is a co-author, which found wolves are better than dogs at some cognitive tasks, suggesting domestication may have cost dogs some of their innate skill.
Producer/AuthorPhys Org
URLhttps://phys.org/news/2017-09-wolves-effect-dogs.html
PersonsJuliane Kaminski
TitleWolves understand cause and effect better than dogs
Media name/outletScience Codex
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date15/09/17
DescriptionReports on research, on which Juliane Kaminski is a co-author, which found wolves are better than dogs at some cognitive tasks, suggesting domestication may have cost dogs some of their innate skill.
Producer/AuthorScience Codex
URLwww.sciencecodex.com/wolves-understand-cause-and-effect-better-dogs-614937
PersonsJuliane Kaminski
TitleWolves understand cause and effect better than dogs
Media name/outletScience Newsline
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date15/09/17
DescriptionReport on research, on which Juliane Kaminski is a co-author, which found wolves are better than dogs at some cognitive tasks, suggesting domestication may have cost dogs some of their innate skill.
Producer/AuthorScience Newsline
URLwww.sciencenewsline.com/news/2017091515450077.html
PersonsJuliane Kaminski

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