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Neural mechanisms underlying human-animal interaction: An evolutionary perspective

By C. Sue Carter, Stephen W. Porges, Lisa S. Freund, Sandra McCune, Layla Esposito, Nancy R. Gee, Peggy McCardle

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Pages 89-105
ISBN/ISSN 1-4338-2176-1978-1-4338-2176-91-4338-2177-X978-1-4338-2177-6
Publisher American Psychological Association
DOI 10.1037/14856-006
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  • Carter, C. Sue; Porges, Stephen W.; Freund, Lisa S.; McCune, Sandra; Esposito, Layla; Gee, Nancy R.; McCardle, Peggy (2017), "Neural mechanisms underlying human-animal interaction: An evolutionary perspective," http://habricentral.org/resources/59070.

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  1. Aggression
  2. Automation
  3. Defense Mechanisms
  4. Evolution
  5. Health benefits
  6. Human-animal interactions
  7. Interspecies interactions
  8. nervous system
  9. Neuroendocrinology
  10. Social behavior
  11. social interactions
  12. Social Networks
  13. social support
  14. support