Lisa Gunter, a doctoral candidate studying behavioral neuroscience at the Canine Science Collaboratory in the Department of Psychology, began the project as a pilot study at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah, the largest no-kill shelter in.
But now comes the next microbial shift in my self-image, courtesy of the new book “The Mind-Gut Connection ... in mouse models are actually relevant to human behavior. We have to separate the myths that have evolved around the brain gut microbiome.
We discussed several key concepts that provide the foundation of the behavioral and social sciences , as well as some of the myths about social science and the validity of its research findings. ... the importance of stakeholder engagement and we.
When Rosso's team, led by Pierre Bougis, a biochemist at France's National Center for Scientific Research, identified the six toxins within the venom, four of them worked as expected, causing paralysis in rodents and other effects. But two were.
The curly-haired kitten was adopted by Jeri Newman, a Persian cat breeder, who hoped that the kitten would potentially carry a rex gene, which is the mutation that results in soft, curly fur. Newman named her new feline friend after how often she.
A 17th century 'letter from the devil' written by a Sicilian nun who claimed to be possessed by Lucifer, has finally been translated thanks to the dark web. The coded letter was written by Maria Crocifissa della Concezione at the Palma di Montechiaro.
In late October, wildlife guide Lucien Beaumont came across the pride of big cats, including ... Is it a myth that they can shoot their quills when threatened? No porcupine can shoot its quills—it's just a common misconception. They just charge backwards.
Still, some suspect the phenomenon may just be a myth, and researchers are now using the upcoming ... told the LA Times that 'certain stimuli can overrule normal behavior without affecting an animal's daily physiological rhythms.' She said that while.
NARRATOR: Dogs Decoded, right now ... They are as independent as cats, but, at the same time, as devoted as any dog could be. NARRATOR: One surprising result of this experiment is that, as the foxes' behavior changes, so does their physical appearance.
Plenty of animals communicate with one another, at least in a general way—wolves howl to each other, birds sing and dance to attract mates and big cats mark their territory with urine. But researchers at Tel ... The research appears in the journal.