Most Interesting Findings in Veterinary Behavior Research

September 2, 2017

Margaret Gruen, DVM, MVPH, PhD, DACVB, researcher at Duke University's Canine Cognition Center and adjunct professor at North Carolina State University, talks about some of the most interesting findings in current behavioral research.

There's a lot of exciting work being done in veterinary behavior research right now that pushes the boundaries of what we thought animals were capable of doing. Margaret Gruen, DVM, MVPH, PhD, DACVB, researcher at Duke University's Canine Cognition Center and adjunct professor at North Carolina State University, talks about some of the most interesting findings in current behavioral research. Gruen says these findings have to do with two domains: fear and anxiety, and cognition.