Rosalind Arden, Research Fellow at the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (CPNSS), and colleagues have now published their new paper ‘Majestic tigers: personality structure in the great Amur cat’ in the journal ‘Royal Society Open Science’.
“Our research shows that tigers can be understood through two key personality features and how they rate for each. All tigers are not the same and, while we cannot know how the character or temperament of one tiger strikes another, we can assess how the personality of a tiger strikes human observers – and that’s what we measured.”
Link to the paper (‘Majestic tigers: personality structure in the great Amur cat’ by Rosalind Arden, Abdel Abdellaoui, Qian Li, Yao Zheng, Dengfeng Wang, Yanjie Su)
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