Dog-based interview methods could help detect drug use, alcohol abuse, crime
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With dogs, a person could be interviewed in a virtual setting.
But this can be a dangerous and time-consuming process.
Dogs are also highly social animals.
They may respond to your voice and respond to other people’s voice.
There is no way of knowing if the dog is actually listening.
And if the interview is conducted in real life, it’s possible that the dog could be responding to the interviewer’s own voice.
Dogs also don’t speak the same language as humans.
Therefore, if a dog’s personality is recorded and it can be compared with the personality of an individual, this could be a useful method for police to identify drug use and alcohol abuse in a population.
Researchers have been working on ways to develop a method to match human personalities with a dog.
The new technology, developed at the University of Melbourne, will allow researchers to compare the personality traits of a dog with the traits of the person interviewing the dog.
In this way, they could determine if a person’s dog is likely to be a drug user, for example.
This new method, however, is only in its prototype stage and will need to be tested and validated before it can become a permanent part of the research.
This means that this research could be used to prevent drug use in people, or to investigate new drug treatments, said Dr Tim MacFarlane, one of the co-founders of the project.
Drug users may also be more likely to drink, as they are more likely than non-drug users to consume alcohol, and vice versa.
However, there are still concerns about the safety of using a dog as a source of data, since the dog may be trained to be unreliable, which may make the interview less accurate.
In some cases, the interviewer may also not be able to provide the answers that the researcher needs to complete the interview.
There are some ways that the current research could improve the reliability of the interview process, but these are currently untested.
Dr MacFatton said the new method would also allow the dog to be used as a way to help police officers, who are already used to the accuracy of their interviews.
If this is found to be possible, the researchers plan to use the technique to investigate a number of new drug-use prevention strategies, such as drug testing, which is more effective in detecting drug use than regular drug testing.
He said this new method could be adapted to other types of research, such in health research, and that the research could also help improve the health of people who are at risk of drug use.
The research was published in the journal PLOS ONE.
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