Julia Meyers-Manor quoted in story about dog-wolf study

Julia Meyers-Manor, assistant professor of psychology, was quoted as a dog behavior expert in a PBS NOVA story about a researcher’s study with dogs and wolves. Meyers-Manor was not involved in the study.

“Wolves Boop Their Snoots to Touch Screens to Feed Their Friends. Dogs? Not So Much” was published May 1, 2019, on the pbs.org website.


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