Dogs reveal age and cognition.

Understanding human intelligence and mind complexity has always been a priority for science.  

Recent research suggests that studying dogs helps illuminate human brain and intellect.   

he Department of Ethology at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) in Hungary found that dogs may have the "g factor," which closely resembles human intellect and changes with age.   

This research may help us comprehend cognitive organization and cognitive decline in dogs and humans.  

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Humans perform consistently throughout cognitive tasks; mathematicians may thrive in literature.   

his shows that human cognitive capacities are hierarchical and concentrated, with the g factor at the top.   

Surprisingly, many investigations have ignored individual skill differences and their causes. Thus, we know nothing about dogs' cognitive structures.  

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