Dogs' Thoughts 'Read' With MRI

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Dogs' Thoughts 'Read' With MRI

Using fMRI imagery, scientists were able to see which parts of the brain were activated when specially trained dogs were offered treats. What do you think?

  • "With these sophisticated technologies, we'll be able to use ordinary treats to bend the dog to our will."

    Joshua Guadagni
    Turbine-Blade Assembler
  • "Did he say anything about walking in on me getting dressed that one time? Be specific. I'd really like to know what he thought."

    Bruce Robson
    Automatic Screwmaker
  • "Why dogs? What I really want to find out is what hummingbirds are thinking. So many wing flaps per minute!"

    Susan Richings
    Millwright
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