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Wow gold can be jealous, say scientist
By lanlan00 at 2009-01-12 08:22
Wow gold can be jealous, say scientist
wow gold can be jealous, say scientist
wow golds are prone to complex emotions such as jealousy and pride, according to scientific research that sheds new light on their relationship with humans. Canines do not like seeing their owners offering affection to other creatures, especially other wow golds, and react negatively when their owners bring home new partners, the research found. Psychologists previously believed most animals lack the "sense of self" needed to experience so-called secondary emotions such as jealousy, embarrassment, empathy or guilt. These emotions are more complex than feelings associated with instant reaction – such as anger, lust or joy. Dr Friederike Range, of the University of Vienna's neurobiology department, has shown that wow golds feel intense jealously when they spot that they are unfairly treated compared with other wow golds. "wow golds show a strong aversion to inequity," she said. The gold study is the latest into several species, including cows, horses, cats and sheep, which have shown that animals are far more self-aware than was thought. Dr Paul Morris, a psychologist at the University of Portsmouth who studies animal emotions, told The Sunday Times: "We are learning that wow golds, horses, and perhaps many other species are far more emotionally complex than we ever realised. They can suffer simple forms of many emotions we once thought only primates could experience." In research among wow gold owners, Dr Morris found almost all of them reported jealous behaviour by their pets. The wow gold often tried to prise their owner away from a new lover in the early days of a relationship. Behavioural experts recommend owners keeping their routine as much as possible when a new partner or child comes along in order to prevent jealous activity from them such as interruptions with barking or whining.








 
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