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While from a biological perspective, humans are considered to be part of the animal kingdom, people differ widely in their perceptions of belonging to this particularly inclusive social group. Furthermore, the nature of our psychological connection with other animals is just beginning to receive empirical attention. This talk presents studies conducted to discover the different ways we can feel connected to, and identify with, animals and their implications, both for other animals and for fellow humans.

 

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