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The Horse as a Therapist: Effects of an Equine Program Without "Therapy" on the Attention and Behavior of Youth Disengaged from Traditional School

By M. F. Norwood, A. Lakhani, A. Maujean, M. Downes, S. Fullagar, B. L. Barber, E. Kendall

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Publication Title J Altern Complement Med
Volume 27
Issue 8
Pages 678-687
ISBN/ISSN 1075-5535
DOI 10.1089/acm.2020.0500
Language eng
Author Address The Hopkins Centre, Menzies Institute Queensland, School of Health Sciences and Social Work, Griffith University, Nathan Campus, Australia.The School of Psychology and Public Health, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.Centre for Applied Health Economics, Menzies Health Institute Queensland, School of Medicine, Griffith University, Southport, Australia.Department of Tourism, Sport & Hotel Management, Griffith University, Southport, Australia.School of Applied Psychology, Griffith Health, Griffith University, Mount Gravatt, Australia.
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  1. Adolescents
  2. Animals
  3. At risk
  4. Attention deficit disorder
  5. Children
  6. Equine-assisted learning
  7. Executive Functions
  8. Hippotherapy
  9. Horses
  10. Human-animal interactions
  11. Humans
  12. Schools
  13. surveys