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Instead of just focusing on how mental processes influence goal-directing behaviors in children, the researchers believe studies should focus on what is going on around the child and how that influences their thinking.

Goal-directed behaviors in children may be affected by outside factors

ERIN MULLINS, Evergreen reporter April 29, 2021

Children’s ability to stay on task and control their behavior may not just be based on the internal workings of the brain but on outside factors as well, found researchers from WSU, Doctrina Education...

In places where dogs are used for herding, people are not as close with their dogs. Researchers also found that women have more affectionate relationships with dogs than men do.

Affection influenced dog domestication

TRINITY WILLSEY, Evergreen reporter February 11, 2021

Temperature and gender have influenced the relationships between humans and dogs in various cultures, a WSU anthropological research team has found. Environmental temperature has influenced how useful...

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