Created by:   Duke University

  • Brian Hare

    Taught by:    Brian Hare, Associate Professor

    Evolutionary Anthropology
Commitment10-15 hours of lectures and assessments
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English
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 1,238 ratings

A lot of information and joy .I do recommend it.

This course was short and interesting. Maybe the presenter tried a little too much to sell his book but I still watched until the end and found out many new things that I now notice with my dog! I really think this helpted me understand my dog in a different way, but I do wish there had been more studies/facts about dogs (longer course I guess). I would recommend this course to anyone who wants to learn more about how dogs think.

Great view into dog emotion and cognition! Fantastic for helping learn the psychological side of training!

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