Subject: Are dogs more intelligent than cats
Date: Mon Jun 12 18:07:32 2000
Posted by mark gray
Grade level: grad (science)
School: newport technical college
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Area of science: Zoology
Having looked into clasical and operant conditioning as a form of
behaviour modification it seems that dogs lend themselves more to this
form of training, what implications does this have for their levels of
compared intelligence compared to cats.
Re: Are dogs more intelligent than cats
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