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Editorial: Children and Companion Animals: Psychosocial, Medical and Neurobiological Implications

By Andrea Beetz, lynette arnason hart, Brinda Inida Jegatheesan, Naoko Koda

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Abstract

This Research Topic presents experiences with companion animals provided to children in varied settings. Methods include monitoring of the ongoing interaction of children with companion animals, or conducting interviews or surveys, as well as experimental interventions where changes occurring with the presence of the animal are assessed. Children in Austria, Germany, Jamaica, Japan, and the United Kingdom, as well as a minority from the United States, are represented in these studies.

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Katie Osborn

Date 2018
Publication Title Frontiers in Veterinary Science
Pages 112
ISBN/ISSN 1663-4365
Publisher Frontiers
DOI doi.org/10.3389/fvets.2018.00112
URL https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fvets.2018.00112/full
Language English
Additional Language English
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  • Andrea Beetz; lynette arnason hart; Brinda Inida Jegatheesan; Naoko Koda (2018), "Editorial: Children and Companion Animals: Psychosocial, Medical and Neurobiological Implications," http://habricentral.org/resources/63045.

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Tags
  1. Animal-assisted interventions
  2. Animal roles
  3. Autism
  4. Bites and stings
  5. Children
  6. Human-animal relationships
  7. open access
  8. peer-reviewed
  9. Pets and companion animals
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  1. open access
  2. peer-reviewed