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The Human Side of Animals By Vance Packard, The Human Side Aug , The Human Side works with leaders to transform strategy into reality We develop talent, coach leaders and increase the engagement of your employees. HumanSide Cultivating Connection HumanSide, Inc is an experiential culture building leadership development firm Positioned as a strategic partner, HumanSide works deeply and exclusively with companies committed to creating a workplace culture where their teams and all of the humans within them are set up The Human Side The Human Side Adolphe Menjou as Gregory Sheldon Doris Kenyon as Vera Sheldon Charlotte Henry as Lucille Sheldon Reginald Owen as James Dalton Joseph Cawthorn as Fritz Speigal Betty Lawford as Alma Hastings Dickie Moore as Bobbie Sheldon George Ernest as Tom Sheldon Dick Winslow Albert Einstein, The Human Side Princeton University Press Modesty, humor, compassion, and wisdom are the traits most evident in this illuminating selection of personal papers from the Albert Einstein Archives The illustrious physicist wrote as thoughtfully to an Ohio fifth grader, distressed by her discovery that scientists classify humans as animals, as

  • Title: The Human Side of Animals
  • Author: Vance Packard
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. I read and loved this book when I was a child, so much that I much later took it from my parents house and still have it the first edition, hardcover, titled Animal IQ Will re read it one of these days.

    2. I read this book long ago when I lived in Newfoundland and also his book The Status Seekers I was very impressed with both of them and wish I still had my old copies so I could read them again This was also around the time that I read White Fang, The Call of the Wild, Gone with the Wind and The Mistress of Mellyn I was glad to see this old book today.

    3. By today s standards, this book is naive and simplistic, but than half a century ago, it was probably quite an eye opener on the subject of animal intelligence, and the ability of animals, especially primates, to think like a human.

    4. This is one of the few non fiction books I read voluntarily as a child Stories about lab rats and other animals and amusing and perplexing behavior I have read it at least 3 times Fascinating.

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