Prosocial Behavior And The Dog Owner Effect

Prosocial Behavior And The Dog Owner Effect

Psychologist Nicolas Guégen explores the social behavior of with-dog and no-dog conditions in request-oriented activities.

Yofred Moik
  • 23 july 2010

Psychologist Nicolas Guégen conducted tests that explore the folk belief that men can use dogs to promote courtship behavior. His research consisted of having a man ask random females for their numbers with and without a dog.

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