Brian Hare is launching a "Duke Canine Cognition Center" to investigate the unique cognitive abilities in domestic dogs.
He needs help from the public -- and their dogs.
The DCCC will be enrolling pet dogs to participate in fun problem-solving experiments that the dogs will enjoy. Experiments will be starting in March/April.
UPDATE (Nov. 2009) -- Here is the website for the Canine Cognition Lab:
Thursday, 26 February 2009, 6 – 7 pm
Room 111, Biological Sciences Bldg
Duke University, West Campus
Reception with light refreshments to follow
in Biological Sciences 001