New research from SEFS‘ John Marzluff and collaborators from UW’s Department of Radiology shows how crows feel about people–literally. The team scanned the brains of captured wild crows as they were exposed to “threatening” and “care-taking” faces. These scans reveal similar responses in the crows, with different areas of the brain lighting up for feared than trusted faces, as in humans. Read more about this work here and here, or check out the original paper.