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The Role of an Animal-Mascot in the Psychological Adjustment of Soldiers Exposed to Combat Stress

By Marion Trousselard, Aurelie Jean, François Beiger, Florent Marchandot, Bernard Davoust, Frédéric Canini

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Publication Title Psychology
Volume 5
Issue 15
Pages 1821-1836
ISBN/ISSN 21527180
Publisher Scientific Research Publishing
Language English
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  • Trousselard, Marion; Jean, Aurelie; Beiger, François; Marchandot, Florent; Davoust, Bernard; Canini, Frédéric (2015), "The Role of an Animal-Mascot in the Psychological Adjustment of Soldiers Exposed to Combat Stress," http://habricentral.org/resources/53147.

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  1. Animal-assisted therapies
  2. Animals
  3. Behavior and behavior mechanisms
  4. Blood Pressure
  5. Emotions
  6. Military
  7. Military personnel
  8. Pets and companion animals
  9. Psychiatry and psychology
  10. Stress
  11. Studies