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When we gaze into the eyes of another animal, can we know what they might be thinking?
What Do Animals Feel?
Joy, despair, love—how they connect us to the rest of the animal kingdom. (Photo via Shutterstock)
Humans aren't the only emotional beings.
Can Your Dog Read Your Mind?
Dogs observe human behavior in order to understand our thoughts.
Emotions Gone Wild
How wild animals show grief at death and joy at birth.
What Brain Scans Reveal
How the crow brain assesses dangerous situations.
How the one in charge can affect moral culture.
Are Chimpanzees Self-Aware?
Can we tell if animals are conscious?
Dogs Don't Remember:
Episodic memory may distinguish humans.
How to train your neighbors' dog—on the sly
How Emotionally Attached Are You to Your Pet?
10 ways to measure the role of pets in your life
Dogs Learn by Modeling the Behavior of Other Dogs
Where human prompting may fail to teach a puppy, another dog can help.
Gay animals imply homosexuality is natural
Why We Love Our Pets: They're Just Like Us!
Which breed you own says a lot more about you than you might think.
Life Lessons From My Cat
The problem was I had been following the Golden Rule
Do Dogs Have a “Mind’s Eye?”
Can We Communicate With Dogs Using Mental Images?
Sexy Bees and Their Dream Houses
See nature as those who love it (and write about it) do.
What's With the Cat, and Other Questions about Singles and Their Pets
A pet is not compensation for not having a spouse.
How a Pet Can Sharpen Your Mindfulness Skills
My hound dog heightens my sensory awareness and keeps me in the present moment.
7 Surprising Facts About Animals (And Us)
Having fur doesn't preclude being moral.
Animals Can Be Ambassadors For Forgiveness, Generosity, Peace, Trust, and Hope
Animals are generous and forgiving beings
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I Don't Like You and I Don't Know Why
by Jack Schafer, Ph.D.
Why Sexual Narcissists Make Unfaithful Partners
by Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Ph.D.
Brain Study Reveals Secrets of Staying Madly in Love
by Adoree Durayappah-Harrison, MAPP
Do Wild Animals Suffer From PTSD and Other Psychological Disorders?
by Marc Bekoff, Ph.D.
Families Falling Apart: When Adult Children With Mental Illness Don't Want Help
How to Spot a Sociopath
by M.E. Thomas
The Psychology of War
by Steve Taylor, Ph.D.
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