Animal Behavior Researcher Dr Clive Wynne Investigates Dogs That Know When Their Owners Are Coming Home

Del Mar, CA (PressExposure) July 08, 2008 -- Join Alex Tsakiris for an interview with Dr. Clive Wynne on telepathy research, psychic dogs, and the science education. During the 30-minute interview Wynne expresses hope that his investigation into this controversial area of science can energize science education:

I feel a need to find ways to convey to people the excitement, the creativity, of science. …People love discovery, you know, think of this Indiana Jones. I mean, the story of making a discovery is a rich story that everybody relates to. So, how come I, myself, turn off science programs when they come on television because I don’t get that sense of the excitement of discovery. It just doesn’t come across.”

Wynne also discusses his participation the research project aimed at replicating Dr. Rupert Sheldrake’s animal telepathy research.

A complete transcript of the interview is available at: [].

Dr. Clive Wynne is Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Florida, and author of, Do Animals Think? He also directs the Canine Cognition & Behavior Lab in Gainesville, Florida.

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