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  1. The relationships between attitudes, personal characteristics and behaviour of stockpeople on dairy goat farms

    Contributor(s): Mersmann, D., Schmied-Wagner, C., Waiblinger, S.

  2. Age‐related differences in reasoning about the acceptability of eating animals

    Contributor(s): McGuire, Luke, Fry, Emma, Palmer, Sally, Faber, Nadira S.

  3. Psychometric validation of the Brazilian Version of the Pet Attachment Questionnaire (PAQ): An examination of predictors of attachment styles among cat owners

    Contributor(s): Luchesi, Suzana Helena, Machado, Daiana Souza, Trindade, Pedro Henrique Esteves, Mikulincer, Mario, Otta, Emma

  4. Discrimination of cat-directed speech from human-directed speech in a population of indoor companion cats (Felis catus)

    Contributor(s): de Mouzon, C., Gonthier, M., Leboucher, G.

  5. Is pet ownership associated with values and attitudes towards animals?

    Contributor(s): Busch, G., Schütz, A., Hölker, S., Spiller, A.

  6. Relationships among morphological, environmental, social factors and aggressive profiles in Brazilian pet dogs

    Contributor(s): Ayrosa, Flavio, Savalli, Carine, Albuquerque, Natalia, Resende, Briseida

  7. The Changing Place of Non-human Animals in Finnish Society: A Visual Account

    Contributor(s): Raento, Pauliina

  8. Opportunities (and challenges) in dairy cattle cognition research: A key area needed to design future high welfare housing systems

    Contributor(s): Nawroth, C., Rørvang, M. V.

  9. How's my kitty? Acoustic parameters of cat-directed speech in human-cat interactions

    Contributor(s): Mouzon, C., Gilbert, C., Di-Stasi, R., Leboucher, G.

  10. Care and its discontents: Commodification, coercive cooperation, and resistance in Copenhagen Zoo

    Contributor(s): Mc Loughlin, E.

  11. Dither: A unifying model of the effects of visitor numbers on zoo animal behavior

    Contributor(s): Krebs, B. L., Eschmann, C. L., Watters, J. V.

  12. Unnatural Pumas and Domestic Foxes: Relations with Protected Predators and Conspiratorial Rumours in Southern Chile

    Contributor(s): Benavides, P., Caviedes, J.

  13. The Complexity of the Human-Animal Bond: Empathy, Attachment and Anthropomorphism in Human-Animal Relationships and Animal Hoarding

    Contributor(s): Prato-Previde, E., Basso Ricci, E., Colombo, E. S.

    The human-animal relationship is ancient, complex and multifaceted. It may have either positive effects on humans and animals or poor or even negative and detrimental effects on animals or both humans and animals. A large body of literature has investigated the beneficial effects of this...

  14. Using Community Conversations to explore animal welfare perceptions and practices of rural households in Ethiopia

    Contributor(s): Lemma, M., Doyle, R., Alemayehu, G., Mekonnen, M., Kumbe, A., Wieland, B.

    There is a scarcity of data on animal welfare and its impact on livelihoods to inform animal welfare initiatives in Ethiopia. Perceptions and practices of rural households toward animal welfare are influenced by socio-cultural, demographic, and agroecological factors. We conducted Community...

  15. Greyhounds and Racing Industry Participants: A Look at the New South Wales Greyhound Racing Community

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Justine Groizard

    Subsequent to the exposure of live baiting and animal cruelty within the NSW greyhound racing industry in 2015, a public debate emerged about animal welfare, oppression and exploitation. It resulted in a community outcry, an inquiry into live baiting and animal welfare within the industry and a...

  16. Wild Meets Domestic in the Near Eastern Neolithic

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Russell, N.

    The categories of wild and domestic are one of the classic ways the nature/culture dichotomy manifests itself in human interactions with the environment. Some argue that this distinction is not helpful and a projection of modern thought, and certainly the boundaries are complicated. However, we...

  17. “Furry tales”: pet ownership’s influence on subjective well-being during Covid-19 times

    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Damberg, Svenja, Frömbling, Lena

  18. The lived experience of human-pet relationships among adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse: An interpretative phenomenological analysis

    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Hamilton, Leslie H. A., Van Vliet, K. Jessica, Lasiuk, Gerri, Varnhagen, Connie K.

  19. Intraspecific Motor and Emotional Alignment in Dogs and Wolves: The Basic Building Blocks of Dog–Human Affective Connectedness

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Elisabetta Palagi, Giada Cordoni

    Involuntary synchronization occurs when individuals perform the same motor action patterns during a very short time lapse. This phenomenon serves an important adaptive value for animals permitting them to socially align with group fellows thus increasing integration and fitness benefits. Rapid...

  20. "Don't be so Modest, You're a Rat": Anthropomorphism, Social Class, and Renegotiation in Ratatouille and Bee Movie

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Reuben Dylan Fong

    One of the common fantasy stories involving anthropomorphized nonhuman animals in animated children's films is of humans and animals discovering they can communicate as equals. The human-animal relationship in the premise of these films exemplifies the idea of questioning and renegotiating...