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JERSEY CITY, N.J. — At the 2018 Liberty Science Center Genius Gala, Laurie Santos, one of the night's honorees, performed an experiment on stage. She showed the audience a box with a cylindrical handle jutting from its side. She first jiggled the handle a few times and then opened the top of the box. She then repeated the process.
Dogs are "really good at learning from us, but they might, in funny ways, be better at learning from us than we are from ourselves," Santos, a cognitive psychologist at Yale University, told Live Science. They are "less irrational in following our behavior than humans are."
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Humans, on the other hand, can fall prey to a phenomenon called "over-imitation," Santos said. "Sometimes we...
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