The Bond of Humans & Dogs revealed in an MRI

Using an MRI scanner, scientists were able to discover that we react similarly to sounds.
3:00 | 02/21/14

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This is world news beyond headlines I'm Lindsay Janice tonight scientists say they've discovered the reason that humans and dogs get along so well. It turn out don't hear process and respond to emotions and -- -- in the same way that human instinct looking using the same part of their brain. Mean when -- Eighth here -- really does know at the same thing when I'm fat so how did they figure out these hon Gary and scientists trained dogs. To sit still for -- eight minutes on an MRI scanner. They -- and expose both humans and dogs to the same sounds everything from whining and crying laughter what happens activity in the same park I don't important and human -- it proves what so many dog owners already know that somehow their pets just understand. For ABC news -- Yahoo! News and indeed data follow me on Twitter hack -- again.

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