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  1. Are we dog's best friend? Predicting canine cortisol response from human affiliative and punitive behaviors

    Contributor(s): Jones, A. C., Josephs, R. A.

  2. Experiences with ritualistic child sexual abuse: a case study from the Netherlands

    Contributor(s): Jonker, F., Joner-Bakker, P.

  3. Animal abuse and the victims of domestic violence

    Contributor(s): Jorgensen, Star, Maloney, Lisa

  4. Exploring the animal-human bond through a sociological lens

    Contributor(s): Joseph, Cheryl

  5. An argument from cognitive science against increasing legal rights for animals

    Contributor(s): Jungé, Justin

  6. Early-warning signs of violence: is a triad enough?

    Contributor(s): Justice, Blair, Justice, Rita, Kraft, Irvin A.

  7. Abusing the humanĂ¢

    Contributor(s): Kalof, Linda, Iliopoulou, Maria Andromachi

  8.'s what's for dinner

    Contributor(s): Kamen, Matt

  9. The somatic sensory system

    Contributor(s): Kamerling, S. G.

    The somatic sensory system provides information on bodily sensations. The status of an animal's internal and external environment is detected and interpreted by this system. Specialized receptors "transduce" the sensations of touch, pressure, temperature, and pain. Sensory impulses are...

  10. On the proper definition of cognitive ethology

    Contributor(s): Kamil, Alan C.

  11. Speciesism, racism, nationalism . . . or the power of scientific subjectivity

    Contributor(s): Kappeler, Susanne

  12. Animal-assisted therapy and the study of human-animal relationships: discipline or bondage? context or transitional object?

    Contributor(s): Katcher, Aaron Honori

  13. The relevance of cultural competence to the link between violence to animals and people

    Contributor(s): Kaufman, Michael E.

  14. The interview for antisocial behavior: psychometric characteristics and concurrent validity with child pyschiatric inpatients

    Contributor(s): Kazdin, Alan E., Esveldt-Dawson, Karen

  15. Language and ideology in evolutionary theory: reading cultural norms into natural law

    Contributor(s): Keller, Evelyn Fox

  16. Human-animal interactions: a review of American attitudes to wild and domestic Animals in the twentieth century

    Contributor(s): Kellert, Stephen R.

  17. Attitudes, knowledge and behaviour toward wildlife among the industrial superpowers: the United States, Japan, and Germany

    Contributor(s): Kellert, Stephen R.

  18. Childhood cruelty toward animals among criminals and noncriminals

    Contributor(s): Kellert, Stephen R., Felthous, Alan R.

  19. License to kill: an ecofeminist critique of hunters' discourse

    Contributor(s): Kheel, Marti

  20. Personality and the happiness of the chimpanzee

    Contributor(s): King, James E.