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Stories by Jeanna Bryner

Brain Scans Reveal Dogs' Thoughts

New fMRI images of unsedated dogs represent a first peak into what dogs are thinking and open a door into canine cognition and social cognition in other species

May 8, 2012 — Jeanna Bryner and LiveScience

Homophobes Might Be Hidden Homosexuals

A new analysis of implicit bias and explicit sexual orientation statements may help to explain the underpinnings of anti-gay bullying and hate crimes

April 10, 2012 — Jeanna Bryner and LiveScience

Baby Monkeys with 6 Genomes Are Scientific First

There are no plans to create human chimeras, a researcher emphasized. This research by itself should help with biomedical studies more relevant to humans

January 6, 2012 — Jeanna Bryner, Stephanie Pappas and LiveScience

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