Clive Wynne PhD is Professor of Psychology at Arizona State University, where he directs the Canine Science Collaboratory. He is also Director of Research at Wolf Park in Indiana. In recent years, Clive’s research interests have focused on dogs and their wild relatives, but over the last 30 years he has studied the behavior of animals ranging from pigeons to dunnarts (a mouse-sized marsupial) and from bats to Galapagos tortoises. He received his Ph.D. from Edinburgh University and his Bachelors from University College London. Always fascinated by the things animals do, in recent years he has developed an additional interest in how people relate to animals. When not working, he talks to his dog even though research from his own lab suggests dogs are largely indifferent to what people say to them.