New Study Says That Humans Love Dogs More Than Most Of Other Humans
In a study deducted by the Northeastern University, it was found that some people appreciate dogs more than other human beings. This study was further assured by the University of Colorado.
The research deduced that dog reports can trigger people more than any other human-related content. It is claimed that responses over dog-related content are more interesting for some than that of human-related content, especially when it comes to dog cruelty and abuse.
As an attempt to spot the reader’s nature behavioral reaction, another study was formed. This time, 256 seniors were required to read fake news and to convey what they felt towards the news. The given articles were about abused dog and puppies in conjunction with adults and children.
Wondering about the result? The undergrad’s empathy was orientated towards dogs more than humans. Abused dogs and puppies received more attention than adults, who were beyond the attention frames.
The outstanding attention that dogs had over humans was also remarkable in British Charity experiment. The organization launched a fundraising campaign on MSN’s United Kingdom Website. The charity operation was based on two fundraising campaigns.
The major purpose of the campaign was to raise funds for the sake of Harrison, who was diagnosed with Duchene. The first form of the campaign featured of photo of the eight-year-old child. However In the second, Harrison’s photo was attached to a stock photo of a dog. The dog version campaign attracted twice as many viewers as the one the first version.
While the stock photo of the dog campaign received 230 clicks, the boy campaign received only 111 clicks. The overall results of the MSN study prove that people are naturally sensible to weakness vulnerability.
Since dogs and infants are more prone to danger more than adults, they are more likely to trigger’s people empathy and compassion. If you are still weighing your thoughts, just have a gander at Emily Dicknson’s:
’’Dogs are better than human beings because they know but do not tell.”