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Parents socializing sibling relationships in European American and Asian American families of children with autism in the United States
Contributor(s):: Sage, K. D., Jegatheesan, B.
Perceptions of siblings with autism and relationships with them: European American and Asian American siblings draw and tell
Effect of service dogs on salivary cortisol secretion in autistic children
Contributor(s):: Viau, R., Arsenault-Lapierre, G., Fecteau, S., Champagne, N., Walker, C. D., Lupien, S.
Sentinels of safety: service dogs ensure safety and enhance freedom and well-being for families with autistic children
Contributor(s):: Burrows, K. E., Adams, C. L., Spiers, J.
Children with autism might display unpredictable and volatile behavior that places them in considerable physical danger and creates stress for the family. Families of autistic children often have limited freedom and experience difficulty with everyday activities. In this qualitative ethology...
Guinea pigs-The "Small Great" Therapist for Autistic Children, or: Do Guinea Pigs Have Positive Effects on Autistic Child Social Behavior?
Contributor(s):: Krskova, L., Talarovicova, A., Olexova, L.
Exploring the wider health benefits of companion animals
Animals and autism
Contributor(s):: McCoy, Joseph H.
Horses and autism
Contributor(s):: Oswald, Donald
Behavioral intervention for domestic pet mistreatment in a young child with autism
Contributor(s):: Bergstrom, Ryan, Tarbox, Jonathan, Gutshall, Katharine A.
Play with online virtual pets as a method to improve mirror neuron and real world functioning in autistic children
Contributor(s):: Altschuler, E. L.
The effect of therapeutic horseback riding on social functioning in children with autism
Contributor(s):: Bass, Margaret M., Duchowny, Catherine A., Llabre, Maria M.
Autistic children in pony therapy: Evaluation scales and psychological and ethological approaches concerning relational, emotional and communication fields
Contributor(s):: de Reure, A. Lorin
Lost in a lost world
Contributor(s):: Benda, W.
Can Dogs Prime Autistic Children for Therapy? Evidence from a Single Case Study
Contributor(s):: Silva, Karine, Correia, Rita, Lima, Mariely, Magalhães, Ana, de Sousa, Liliana
Animal models relevant to schizophrenia and autism: Validity and limitations
Contributor(s):: Tordjman, Sylvie, Drapier, Dominique, Bonnot, Olivier, Graignic, Rozenn, Fortes, Sylvia, Cohen, David, Millet, Bruno, Laurent, Claudine, Roubertoux, Pierre L.
What a dog can do: Children with autism and therapy dogs in social interaction
Contributor(s):: Solomon, Olga
Équithérapie et autisme
Contributor(s):: Hameury, L., Delavous, P., Teste, B., Leroy, C., Gaboriau, J. C., Berthier, A.
Enfants autistes en therapie avec le poney: Echelles de'evaluation et approaches clinique et ethologique concernant les domaines relationnels, emotionnels et la communication
The author presents clinical research data, concerning bodily and psychological infraverbal interactions involved in the contact between autistic children and ponies. The aim is to collect descriptive and clinical data about what is happening between child and animal, in order to analyze...
Dolphin-assisted therapy: claims versus evidence
Contributor(s):: Britta L. Fiksdal, Daniel Houlihan, Aaron C. Barnes
The purpose of this paper is to review and critique studies that have been conducted on dolphin-assisted therapy for children with various disorders. Studies have been released claiming swimming with dolphins is therapeutic and beneficial for children with autism, attention deficit hyperactivity...
Interventi assistiti con gli animali come strumenti innovativi per il trattamento dei disturbi psichiatrici
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| Contributor(s):: Francesca Cirulli, Marta Borgi, Alessandra Berry, Nadia Francia, Enrico Alleva
There is a growing interest for the potential health benefits of human-animal interactions. Although scientific evidence on the effects is far from being consistent, companion animals are used with a large number of human subjects, ranging from children to elderly people, who benefit most from...