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  1. Behavioral synchronization and affiliation: Dogs exhibit human-like skills

    Contributor(s):: Duranton, C., Gaunet, F.

  2. Human-animal emotional contagion and client communication

    Contributor(s):: Milani, M.

    2017Can Vet J58121329-13300008-5286 (Print)0008-5286engDr. Milani is a behavior and bond practitioner, teacher, and author of several books on the interaction of animal behavior, health, and the human-animal relationship.text

  3. Emerging SAESA communication challenges

    Contributor(s):: Milani, M.

  4. What drives cat-owner behaviour? First steps towards limiting domestic-cat impacts on native wildlife

    Contributor(s):: MacDonald, E., Milfont, T., Gavin, M.

    Context. Cats can have substantial negative impacts on native wildlife. To harness the collective conservation impact of owners keeping cats inside, advocacy campaigns need to be based on empirical evidence regarding potential drivers to change cat-owner behaviour. Aims. We assessed the degree to...

  5. The Bee-haviour of Scientists: An Analogy of Science from the World of Bees

    Contributor(s):: Trubody, Ben

  6. Animal Assisted Interventions for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Systematic Review

    Contributor(s):: Davis, Tonya N., Scalzo, Rachel, Butler, Erin, Stauffer, Megan, Farah, Yara N., Perez, Scott, Mainor, Kristen, Clark, Cathryn, Miller, Stacy, Kobylecky, Alicia, Coviello, Laura

  7. A reply to Helvenston and Hodgson, and Neely

    Contributor(s):: Shipman, Pat

  8. Wild thing, I think I love you. The importance of animals in human evolution: a comment on Shipman

    Contributor(s):: Helvenston, Patricia A., Hodgson, Derek

  9. Wolves and monogamy. A comment on Shipman

    Contributor(s):: Neely, Sharlotte

  10. How Well Can Animals Converse?

    Contributor(s):: Gardner, Martin

  11. To Go to the Dogs, or: Against Being Dead Serious

    Contributor(s):: Penzinger, Christine

  12. Treating Distressed Animals as Participants: I Know Responses in Veterinarians' Pet-Directed Talk

    Contributor(s):: MacMartin, Clare, Coe, Jason B., Adams, Cindy L.

  13. Reduction of phobic behaviour for animals in a boy with mental retardation

    Contributor(s):: Arntzen, Erik, Almås, Inger Karin

    Presents a treatment programme to eliminate phobic behavior in an 11-yr-old mentally retarded boy when confronted with different animals, such as dogs, cats, cows, birds, horses, sheep, and rabbits. The intention was to determine the number of different types of dogs required to reach the desired...

  14. Grief for pets - Part 1: Overview and some false assumptions

    Contributor(s):: Hewson, C.

    Dealing with clients' distress, especially at euthanasia, is a significant stressor for many veterinary nurses. However, few have had formal training in how pet loss affects clients, and how best to communicate with grieving clients. Moreover, many veterinary practices do not take a comprehensive...

  15. Equine assisted social work as a mean for authentic relations between clients and staff

    Contributor(s):: Carlsson, C., Ranta, D. N., Traeen, B.

    The purpose of this study was to explore, by qualitative methods, the meaning of equine-assisted social work (EASW) both to young women with self-harm problems and their staff in residential treatment. Data were collected by in-depth interviews with eight staff members and nine clients....

  16. Gaze alternation in dogs and toddlers in an unsolvable task: evidence of an audience effect

    Contributor(s):: Marshall-Pescini, S., Colombo, E., Passalacqua, C., Merola, I., Prato-Previde, E.

    Dogs have been shown to use human-directed gazing behaviour and gaze alternation in numerous contexts; however, it is still unclear whether this behaviour can be considered an intentional and referential communicative act. In the current study, adult dogs and preverbal toddlers were tested using...

  17. Children and the death of pets

    Contributor(s):: Schneider, S.

  18. Does the A-not-B error in adult pet dogs indicate sensitivity to human communication?

    Contributor(s):: Kis, A., Topal, J., Gacsi, M., Range, F., Huber, L., Miklosi, A., Viranyi, Z.

  19. Owners fail to influence the choices of dogs in a two-choice, visual pointing task

    Contributor(s):: Hegedus, D., Balint, A., Miklosi, A., Pongracz, P.

  20. Canine behaviour problems: discussions between veterinarians and dog owners during annual booster consultations

    Contributor(s):: Roshier, A. L., McBride, E. A.