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About the Science

Please excuse the chaos on this page, but this is where we give credit when credit is due. Where we acknowledge those who so generously provide their scientific knowledge with the public. Affective Dog Behavior wouldn't be what it is today without the wisdom and seemingly tireless work of these outstanding researchers:

Dr. Jaak Panksepp - Affective Neuroscience

Dr. Dan Siegel - Social Neuroscience

Prof. Robert Sapolsky - Neuroendocrinologist

Dr. Frans de Waal - Ethologist

Dr. Stuart Brown - National Play Institute

Dr. Temple Grandin - Professor of Animal Science

Prof. Andrew Huberman

Dr. Alia Crum

Dr. Kellie McGonigal

(to name just a few)

For a glimpse of what we teach through ADB, please click any of the links below.

Affective Neuroscience

The brain:

Social Neuroscience

Behaviors & Learning

L.A.M.B. - Look At Me Buddy

For more learning, please click here:

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Thank you, Dr. Panksepp, for leaving us with such a beautiful definition of "emotions".

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