In a recent study by the University of Helsinki (Finland), the scientists tested 31 dogs of 13 different breeds, all trained to be able to stand in front of a display without a chain. locked up. They are shown a series of photos of people with all kinds of emotions such as happy, angry, threatening or normal. The camera records the eyes of each dog to see their reaction.
Dogs know how to “behave” so as not to be angry with humans.
First, the dogs look into the human eye, then the mouth, the nose … This shows that dogs not only judge human mood based on one part of the face, but consider many factors. then put the information together.
Next, if faced with a photo depicting people in anger, they tend to avoid the human eye and often look down sadly under their teeth. The scientists conclude, dogs can fully recognize signs of threat when people are angry and respond by compromising.
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