NEW YORK — Which New Yorkers are the best at getting to know their dogs?
According to a new study, the answer is a mix of people with a variety of personalities.
The study, published this week in the Journal of Applied Animal Behaviour Science, found that people with the same personality types as a dog have the same number of positive eye contact with each other, but a lower number of negative eye contact.
People with a mix or personality disorder are often attracted to dogs who have a similar set of traits.
This is called an ‘inverted relationship,’ and researchers are not sure why.
“This is an interesting finding that I find interesting,” said study author Dr. Sarah N. Smith, a psychologist at the University of Texas at Austin.
“It’s not something that happens very often, and we have no idea why people with such personalities might be attracted to such a mix.
This may be the result of a personality disorder and people with it are also drawn to animals that have these characteristics.
What’s more, the study found that the average number of eye contact participants in each group were in the low hundreds.
This was consistent with previous research showing that the number of interactions between people with different personalities in the same group varies widely from person to person.”
We know that people who are more socially dominant are more likely to get along with people who have these different traits.
The study also found that dogs were attracted to people who were social or outgoing, but not people who scored high on social and outgoing traits. “
They’re more likely not to be open to others.”
The study also found that dogs were attracted to people who were social or outgoing, but not people who scored high on social and outgoing traits.
Dogs also were more attracted to those with high levels of neuroticism and agreeableness.
This research was funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Smith said the study is just one example of a multitude of studies showing how people’s personalities can be used to attract animals.
“Dogs have been known to be attracted by certain traits and the fact that they have those traits in them is a good example,” said Dr. Smith.
Smith is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and is currently a professor at the Institute for Social Psychology at the College of William and Mary.