Welcome to the Canine Cognition and Human Interaction Lab (C-CHIL) at Univerisity of Nebraska-Lincoln! C-CHIL is a lab in the Department of Psychology and Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior focusing on understanding both dog psychology and how interacting with dogs influences human behavior and psychology.
- We study dog psychology by having owners bring their dogs into the lab where we play games with the dogs.
- We study dog-human interactions by having people come in to the lab, interact with dogs, and then participate in psychology experiments.
If you are a dog owner who would like to participate, please enroll your dog. We will contact you when we have a study that you are eligible for. We have several hundred dogs registered, so please be patient as we work through the list.
London Wolff exploring what makes a dog a good service animalDecember 13, 2021
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