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Canine Science Forum 2016 - Poster Sources - Pörtl/Jung

Poster:
Dog’s Domestication is based on coevolution with humans
The evolutionary continuity of brain enabled both to social contact and empathy
by Daniela Pörtl and Christoph Jung
Canine Science Forum 2016 (Padova, Italia)
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Photos and Graphics:
Brain Acivities: Berns et.al.
Meaney Mice: Genetic Science Learning Center at the University of Utah
Nenets with their dogs: Sebastião Salgado
all others: Christoph Jung

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