Dog owners look like their dogs. Or so people say.
But why do people wind up looking like their dogs? Sadahiko Nakajima is a psychologist whose research on dog-owner resemblance states that “a major reason of the dog-owner facial resemblance is the so-called ‘mere exposure effect,'” or the idea that a person might choose to get a dog who looks similar to themselves because of a preference for the familiar. Read the entire Huffington Post article here.