In this week’s episode (https://youtu.be/J-9rao7zdxY) I interview Dr. Ellen Furlong, a scientist who studies dog psychology and the author of the course, “Decoding Dogs: Inside the Canine Mind,” which is available from Audible and the Great Courses.
Ellen Furlong is an Associate Professor in Psychology at her alma mater, Transylvania University, where she studied Mathematics. She subsequently earned her PhD in Psychology from The Ohio State University. Before joining the faculty at Transy, she taught at Illinois Wesleyan University and spent three-years as a postdoctoral fellow at Yale University where she helped found the Canine Cognition Center, and studied rhesus monkeys at a research station on Cayo Santiago, Puerto Rico.
By the way, that last dog running next to the bike is mine - also the cover photo! @kodak.thebrindledog
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