Interestingly, the volunteers with dog experience were less likely to identify Mal's angry expressions correctly. Those with less experience were sharper about reading negative emotions. Dr. Tina Bloom, an animal psychologist who led the research, suggested this might be because dog owners were more likely to convince themselves that a dog isn't being truly aggressive, but just playful.
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