Created by:   Duke University

  • Brian Hare

    Taught by:    Brian Hare, Associate Professor

    Evolutionary Anthropology
Commitment10-15 hours of lectures and assessments
Language
English, Subtitles: Spanish
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 1,340 ratings

Very interesting information - not just about dogs but tells us about ourselves as humans too!

This course is excellent and well taught. You will learn fascinating facts about how dogs think, the importance of social skills as a dimension of cognition, and much more

GREAT information, great teacher with a positive attitude and open-mind. I wish there would have been more interactive material and the quizzes were not only two questions before getting to final exam. I hope there will be more to come!

I truly enjoyed this course to its' core. Dr Hare is an animated professor w/a gift for teaching to an engaged audience. I learned so very much during this course, some new and some confirmations of what I believed to be true. My experience w/Coursera is a positive one for certain and I am already enrolled in my next course. Thank you Dr Hare for sharing your knowledge and expertise in your study of dogs w/me. RufF lOve, Alice