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Sarah-Elizabeth Byosiere

Sarah-Elizabeth Byosiere is the Coordinator of the Thinking Dog Center at Hunter College.

Changing Luminance Levels Affects Color Discrimination Abilities In Dogs

A common myth suggests that dogs don’t see color, that they exclusively see the world in shades of grey. Dogs have two cone photoreceptors within the retina, compared to humans, who have three. The spectral peaks for these two cones […]