New research on canine spacial bias suggests that 'smarter' dogs are more resilient in learning where an object is located. • Dogs usually interpret pointing as a cue to look in a specific direction, while humans focus on the object being pointed at. • "Smarter" dogs may be more resilient in learning object location, suggesting a similarity in how humans and dogs process information. • Spatial bias, the brain's processing of space-related information, affects how dogs interpret gestures and learn object location.
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