When humans communicate, facial expressions, gestures and body language play a big role in the conversation. Without realizing it, we imitate our counterparts in order to understand what they are feeling.
Humans domesticated dogs around 30,000 years ago. Has the long common history actually left traces in canine DNA?
Why do we find some people easier to listen to than others? Scientists in Leipzig say it's because the brain seeks to adapt to the rhythm and melody of the speech that it's hearing.
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