1) Much of our work is supported by public funds and we feel obligated to share our findings with those who have helped pay for the research.
2) We hope we can help people understand the importance of our research to their everyday lives.
3) We hope we can raise awareness about animal welfare and conservation to assure that the species we work with will be here for future generations to enjoy.
22 April 2013 New York Times: Enlisting a virtual pack, to study canine minds
20 February 2013 Smithsonian Magazine: Why dogs are more like humans than wolves
11 February 2013 Huffington Post: 10 reasons why dogs are smarter than you think
(VIDEO) 7 February 2013 CBS News: Dogs: How smart are they?
5 Feburary 2013 Scientific American: The brilliance of the dog mind
5 February 2013 Wired.com Science: How smart is your dog? Test your pet's brain power for science
3 February 2013 Wall Street Journal: Why dogs are smarter than cats
27 September 2012 Duke Chronicle: The chimp, the dog, and the Hare
(VIDEO) October 2011 CNN: How dogs think
(VIDEO) 2011 PBS Nova (link on Duke OnDemand): Brian Hare on NOVA's 'how smart are animals?'
5 June 2011 The Boston Globe: How kindness built civilization
(AUDIO) December 2010 National Geographic: Weekend Interview with Brian Hare
30 November 2010 The Chronicle: Q & A with Brian Hare
18 November 2010 CNN: Inside the science of how dogs think
5 July 2010 Raleigh News & Observer/The Charlotte Observer: The friendly brain of family dogs
9 February 2010 WRAL News: Duke lab seeks to learn how dogs think
21 September 2009 TIME Magazine: The secrets inside your dog's mind