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Relationships among affiliation with companion animals, attachment style, depression, loneliness, satisfaction with life, and self-esteem: Implications for human candidate selection for adjunctive use of companion animals

By Lee Ann Peabody Taggart

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Category Theses
Date 1996
Pages 183 p.
Publisher The University of Tennessee
Language English
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  1. Activity
  2. Personality
  3. Pet ownership
  4. Pets and companion animals
  5. Psychotherapy
  6. Social psychology and social anthropology