Dog Emotions Perceived by Noises They Make

Dog Emotions Perceived by Noises They Make

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Dog Emotions Perceived by Noises They Make

According to a recent study from Hungary, people apply the same emotional characteristics to the sounds that dogs make as they do to sounds made by humans.

According to a recent study from Hungary, people apply the same emotional characteristics to the sounds that dogs make as they do to sounds made by humans.

Researchers asked study subjects to rate whether non-verbal human sounds and dog vocalizations were positive or negative, along with how emotionally intense they felt the noises were.

The results of the study show that shorter noises were perceived as being more positive, while higher pitched vocalizations were perceived as being more intense than low pitched noises.

The authors of the study wrote that their data is “the first evide...

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