Listen Up: Horses Demonstrate Auditory Laterality

A neighborly neigh is processed in a different way than other whinnies, meaning that horses have brain side preferences for sounds, according to a new study by French researchers.

The phenomenon, known as "auditory laterality," has previously been shown in humans, dogs, and some other vertebrates. But this new research is the first to reveal au

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