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    Posted May 6, 2012 by
    Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina

    What is your dog thinking?

    Scientits have been wondering how to figure out how to know what your dog is thinking. Emory University reasearchers have found a way to scan brains of alert dogs. They can also explore the brains of a domesticated speices. The reasearchers are using the same tool they use to scan the human brain. They have wrote a couple of books on the first two experients. The dog trainers have trained two-year old Callie and three-year old McKenzie to walk into the scanner and stand completely still while reasearchers measured the neural activity. The dogs love this process and one dog entered the scanner when it wasnt even her turn. I think this is so cool.
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