WHY PEOPLE HAVING DOGS ARE MORE SMARTER

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According to recent research on dogs it is confirmed that if you have dog, you will be more intelligent, smarter and sharper than the people do not have a pet. Dogs increases the sharpness of owner and make them more smarter, not lazy.

It’s official, talking to your pet means you’re smart, not crazy. Pet owners who talk to their pets everyday, as if they are human, are no longer considered “strange”. They are rather considered to have a superior intelligence.

PEOPLE HAVING DOGS ARE MORE SMARTER

WHY PEOPLE HAVING DOGS ARE MORE SMARTER
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Humans greeting their dogs with “Hello” or “How was your day?”, Then continue their conversation as if their pets understood them (and could even respond) are no longer outcasts . In fact, they are considered smarter than those who do not!

Do you prefer the company of your pets to the company of (human) friends? It does not make you strange or socially maladaptive, it makes you smarter, at least according to a study by Gary D. Sherman and Jonathan Haidt of Harvard University.

PEOPLE HAVING DOGS ARE MORE INTELLIGENT

WHY PEOPLE HAVING DOGS ARE MORE INTELLIGENT
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The study focused on anthropomorphization, which consists of attributing human form or personality to things that are not human.

According to Nicholas Epley, professor of behavioral science at the University of Chicago, “Historically, anthropomorphization has been treated as a sign of puerility or stupidity, but it is actually a natural by-product of the trend that makes smart humans on the planet. ”

So, your ability to look at your pet and consider it as your equal or equivalent to your child no longer means that you are weird.

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WHY PEOPLE HAVING DOGS ARE MORE CLEVER
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The Harvard study took a group of people and showed them pictures of baby animals and adult animals. Most participants said they would name animal babies and use specific and appropriate gender terms. They also agreed that if they had an animal baby, they would name him and talk to him often.

Anthropomorphize also includes inanimate objects. So, if you have a teddy bear and you name him “Fred” and consider him a “him”, and converse with him as if he’s your best bud around the world, it’s also a sign of intelligence, not a sign of being bat * mad. Even when you are 45 years old.

PEOPLE HAVING DOGS ARE MORE BRIGHTER

WHY PEOPLE HAVING DOGS ARE MORE BRIGHTER
WHY PEOPLE HAVING DOGS ARE MORE BRIGHTER

Scientists are constantly using “human” names for hurricanes. Nobody says it’s a sign of stupidity, right? This, again, is another example of anthropomorphism.

Giving human names to our pets is the most common way to anthropomorphize. But we also present this behavior when we call our pets “our babies”. Or call our spoiled puppy “our little princess”.

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The human brain is a mysterious and fascinating place. Studies are still trying to determine exactly what we are capable of. Anthropomorphism is also a sign of great creativity.

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Did you know that if you took an inanimate object, such as a door, and stared at it like human beings, your brain would become confused? Seriously. You would like, by nature, to give him a name and possibly converse with him. It does not make you crazy, it makes you human. And a clever thing!

Our animals also learn from us. Studies argue that continuous anthropomorphism “from man to animal” increases their abilities. They have been learning specific words and gestures from us for many years. Evolution is the proof. Your dog can recognize when you are upset if you shout loudly or even if you are sad and your face shows that you are. In most cases, your dog will show signs of empathy. It is a by-product of anthropomorphism.

So the next time you walk your dog in public, you turn to her and say:

“My little schnookums, did you all fall? Is it time to do a poop coat? Or, what’s a delicious snacky filling your little belly? Ignore the side eye of the woman on the street. She’s just jealous of your big brain!

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