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Human-Animal Interaction Research Initiative (HAIRI)

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HAIRI uses an interdisciplinary approach to understand and promote the health and well-being of both human and non-human animals in symbiotic relationships through research, education, and outreach. We envision HAIRI as a leading authority in human-animal interactions, advancing mutualistic relationships in families and industry. Further, we envision HAIRI as internationally recognized by academic and industry practitioners as one of the top research and education centers in the field of human-animal interaction, with a reputation that is highly regarded and trusted by scientists, pet owners and animal businesses.

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Katie Carroll

Location Tucson, AZ
URL https://mcclellandinstitute.arizona.edu/hairi
Language English
Institution Frances McClelland Institute
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Researchers should cite this work as follows:

  • (2015), "Human-Animal Interaction Research Initiative (HAIRI)," http://habricentral.org/resources/47119.

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Tags
  1. Animal-assisted therapies
  2. Animals in culture
  3. Arthropods
  4. Birds
  5. Cats
  6. Dogs
  7. Education
  8. Fish
  9. Frogs
  10. Horses
  11. Human-animal bond research
  12. Human-animal relationships
  13. Mammals
  14. mutualism
  15. Outreach Programs
  16. Reptiles
  17. research institutions
  18. Rodents
  19. Schools
  20. Universities and Colleges