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  1. Carrots and sticks: a discourse on interspecies partnership and culture in dog sport

    Contributor(s):: Candice Reynolds

    Dogs are not only good to think but good to live and become with. In this study I explored the overarching concerns of interspecific relations among “schutzhund people”: an emerging multispecies sub-culture in South Africa pertaining to a German dog sport called schutzhund. Four...

  2. Animal versus human consciousness: assessing evidence for animal consciousness: the question of episodic memory

    Contributor(s):: Droege, Paula, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  3. Animal versus human consciousness: rethinking the cognitive abilities of animals

    Contributor(s):: Steiner, Gary, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  4. Animal versus human consciousness: what are animals concious of?

    Contributor(s):: Morin, Alan, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  5. Anthropomorphisms: can animals make "Art"? Popular and scientific discourses about expressivity and cognition in primates

    Contributor(s):: Desmond, Jane C., Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  6. Anthropomorphisms: science of the monkey mind: primate penchants and human pursuits

    Contributor(s):: Waller, Sara, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  7. Anthropomorphisms: the historical animal mind: "Sagacity" in nineteenth-century Britain

    Contributor(s):: Boddice, Rob, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  8. Embodiments and interembodiments: brains, bodies, and minds: against a hierarchy of animal faculties

    Contributor(s):: Dillard-Wright, David, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  9. Embodiments and interembodiments: inner experience as perception(like) with attitude

    Contributor(s):: Mitchell, Robert W., Smith, Julie A.

  10. Embodiments and interembodiments: the meaning of "Energy" in Cesar Millan's discourse in dogs

    Contributor(s):: Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  11. Embodiments and interembodiments: the voice of the living: becoming-artistic and the creaturely refrain in D. H. Lawrence's "Tortoise Shout"

    Contributor(s):: Rohman, Carrie, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  12. Embodiments and interembodiments: thinking like a whale: interdisciplinary methods for the study of human-animal interactions

    Contributor(s):: Warkentin, Traci, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  13. Embodiments and interembodiments: toward a privileging of the nonverbal: communication, corporeal synchrony, and transcendence in humans and horses

    Contributor(s):: Argent, Gala, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  14. Embodiments and interembodiments: unique attributes of the elephant mind: perspectives on the human mind

    Contributor(s):: Hart, Benjamin L., Hart, Lynette A., Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  15. Engaging animal minds: matters of perspective

    Contributor(s):: Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  16. Living with animals: beaver voices: Grey Owl and interspecies communication

    Contributor(s):: Braz, Albert, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  17. Living with animals: tangible affiliations: photographic representations of touch between humans and animal companions

    Contributor(s):: Schlosser, Julia, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  18. Living with animals: the mental life of chickens as observed through their social relationships

    Contributor(s):: Davis, Karen, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  19. Synthesis: animal ethics and animals' minds: reflections

    Contributor(s):: Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  20. Tailoring representations to audiences: chimpanzees attribute beliefs? A new approach to answering an old nettled question

    Contributor(s):: Lurz, Robert W., Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.