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Duke Canine Cognition Center and Evolutionary Anthropology visit the K-Lab

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On Friday, September 27, 2019, faculty members from the Duke Canine Cognition Center and Evolutionary Anthropology visited the Michael W. Krzyzewski Human Performance Laboratory to explore potential opportunities to collaborate on research.  They also brought two of their puppies who are enrolled in their Puppy Kindergarten program. 

About the Duke Canine Cognition Center (DCCC):

The Duke Canine Cognition Center (DCCC) is dedicated to the study of dog psychology. Our goal is to understand the flexibility and limitations of dog cognition. In doing so, we gain a window into the mind of animals as well as the evolution of our own species. We can also apply our knowledge of dog cognition to improving programs in which dogs are bred and trained to help humans (e.g., service dogs for the disabled).