Blog Entries Tagged as behavior

  • Dec
  • 11

How to Win Friends and Influence People Not to Crate Their Dogs

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Do you have friends or neighbors who keep their dog confined to a crate all day while they’re at work or to train a new puppy? Do you want to let them know that this is harmful, but you’re not sure how to address the issue in a friendly, nonconfrontational way? Here are some suggested tacks you …

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  • Jun
  • 14

Are You as Kind as a Macaque?

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Nearly 50 years ago, a now-infamous study by Stanley Milgram, Ph.D., revealed that most people would administer what they believed were painful shocks to another person if an authority figure ordered them to do so. The shocks weren’t real—but the test subjects didn’t know that. Most kept on administering “shocks” long after the supposed recipient began screaming in …

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