Julia Meyers-Manor, Rebecca Groat ’21 present at national conference

Julia Meyers-Manor, assistant professor of psychology, and Rebecca Groat ’21 of Combined Locks, Wisconsin, presented at the Association for Professional Dog Trainers’ annual conference Oct. 30 in Portland, Oregon.

Groat presented the poster “Observations of Behaviors in Doggy Day Care” and won second place in the poster competition. Meyers-Manor presented a poster done with Micaela Rivera ’21, “Beware of Strangers: Dogs’ Empathetic Response to Strange Humans and Strange Dogs,” and won third place in the poster competition.


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Rebecca Groat '21 with her second-place poster

 


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