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Dogs: Helicopter Humans Don't Balance Scolding and Praising

Preliminary data show humans don't balance scolding with praising dogs. As a fan of citizen science, I offer some observations that can serve to motivate further formal studies.
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Preliminary data show that humans don't balance scolding with praising dogs.

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