Kavli Conversations: Understanding Animal Cognition

November 10, 2016 — 6:30pm EDT

Have you ever wondered how much your dog understands of the world around him or her? Join the Carter Institute of Journalism at NYU for an intriguing conversation about animal cognition with Virginia Morell and Alexandra Horowitz, brought to you by the the Science, Health and Reporting Program at NYU and the Kavli Foundation. Virginia Morell is the author of four acclaimed books, including her latest, Animal Wise. She is a correspondent for Science magazine, specializing in evolutionary biology, conservation and animal behavior. Alexandra Horowitz studies dog cognition and teaches psychology and creative nonfiction at Barnard College. She is the author of Inside of a Dog and the newly published Being A Dog: Following the Dog Into a World of Smell. The Alda Center is a proud partner in bringing you this live broadcast.

For additional upcoming Kavli Conversations, please visit the NYU School of Journalism website.

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