Animal Minds

When we gaze into the eyes of another animal, can we know what they might be thinking?

Animal Emotions

By Marc Bekoff Ph.D.

Humans aren't the only emotional beings.

Can Your Dog Read Your Mind?

By Stanley Coren PhD., DSc, FRSC

Dogs observe human behavior in order to understand our thoughts.

Emotions Gone Wild

By PT Staff

How wild animals show grief at death and joy at birth.

What Do Animals Feel?

By Douglas Starr

Joy, despair, love—how they connect us to the rest of the animal kingdom. (Photo via Shutterstock)

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