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Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin Volume 9 Issue 2

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Marcy Wilhelm-South

Purdue University

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  1. Human-Animal Co-sleeping Practices among Australian Dog Owners

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Christy L. Hoffman, Peta C. Hazelton, Bradley P. Smith

    Human-animal co-sleeping is relatively common among dog owners; however, the nature of this practice is not well understood. Recent investigations have focused on the impact of human-dog co-sleeping on human sleep but have largely ignored the contextual nature of the practice, including with...

  2. A Transdisciplinary Perspective on Dog-Handler-Client Interactions in Animal Assisted Activities for Children, Youth and Young Adults

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Renata P. S. Roma, Christine Yvette Tardif-Williams, Shannon A. Moore, Sandra L. Bosacki

    A growing body of research has linked the inclusion of dogs in Animal-Assisted Activities (AAA) for children and young adults to a diverse range of positive social emotional and cognitive outcomes. However, many studies have focused exclusively on aspects directly related to dog-client...

  3. Compatibility of riders' personality traits and the perceived personality of their horse

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Bente Træen, Espen Røysamb

    This study addresses the relationship between competition riders’ personality traits and the perception of their horse’s personality, and it assesses whether a match in personality is associated with aspects of the riders’ self-esteem, general self-efficacy, satisfaction with...

  4. Pet Ownership, Child Anxiety, Child Physical Activity and Mother's Perception of Children's Health Status

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Noel David Castro, Eric W. Lindsey

    This study examined possible connections between pet ownership and children’s health status, as mediated by children’s anxiety and physical activity. A total of 134 mothers with a preschool age child participated in the study. Mothers completed a demographic survey, responded to...

  5. The Effect of a Dog Assisted Reading Program on the Reading Ability and Motivation of Children with Dyslexia

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Leilani B. Goodmon, Pippa R. Burnett, Renee Pack, Rebecca Powell

    Dog assisted reading programs have been shown to improve children’s reading skills and attitudes toward reading (Kirnan et al., 2016; Levinson et al., 2017; Linder et al., 2018) and on-task behavior in children who struggle with reading (Bassette & Taber-Doughty, 2013). The purpose of...