Coren, Stanley

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COREN, Stanley

COREN, Stanley. Canadian (born United States), b. 1942. Genres: Psychology, Animals/Pets. Career: University of British Columbia, Vancouver, professor of psychology, 1973-. SC Psychological Enterprises Ltd. (consultants), director; Royal Society of Canada, fellow. Also assistant professor, New School for Social Research; chairperson, Psychological Laboratories; member, Program for Visual Perception. Vancouver Dog Obedience Training Club, dog trainer. Publications: (with L.M. Ward, A. Gruft, and J.B. Collins) The Behavioral Basis of Design, Volume I, Dowden, 1976; (with J.S. Girgus) Seeing Is Deceiving: The Psychology of Visual Illusions, 1978; (with C. Porac) Lateral Preferences and Human Behavior, 1981; (with L.M. Ward) Sensation and Perception, 3rd ed. with instructor's manual, 1989, 5th ed. (with L.M. Ward and J.T. Enns), 1999; (ed.) Left-Handedness: Behavioral Implications and Anomalies, 1990; The Left-Hander Syndrome: The Causes and Consequences of Left-Handedness, 1992; The Intelligence of Dogs, 1994; Sleep Thieves, 1996; What Do Dogs Know?, 1997; Why We Love the Dogs We Do, 1999. Address: Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia, 2136 West Mall, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1Z4. Online address: [email protected]