Neural mechanisms underlying human-animal interaction: An evolutionary perspective
Contributor(s):: Carter, C. Sue, Porges, Stephen W., Freund, Lisa S., McCune, Sandra, Esposito, Layla, Gee, Nancy R., McCardle, Peggy
The Relation of Animal Maltreatment to Aggression
Contributor(s):: Patterson-Kane, Emily, Levitt, Lacey, Patronek, Gary, Grisso, Thomas
Contributor(s):: Tiplady, C., Walsh, D., Baulch, M.
The evolution of social play
Contributor(s):: Pellis, Sergio M., Pellis, Vivien C., Reinhart, Christine J.
Living with a deaf dog or cat
| Contributor(s):: George M Strain
Living with and training a deaf dog or cat can be a greater challenge than isthe case with their hearing brethren. The experience is easier with animalsthat lose hearing after normal postnatal auditory development has occurredthan it is with animals with congenital deafness. Several resources...
How Can Animal Studies Contribute to Research on the Biological Bases of Personality?
| Contributor(s):: Mehta, Pranjal H., Gosling, Samuel D.
Aggression in canine females
| Contributor(s):: Scott, John Paul
Relations between attitudes at work, spinal problems and relationship of man with horse
| Contributor(s):: Lesimple, C., Fureix, C., Menguy, H., Richard-Yris, M. A., Hausberger, M.
Behavioural problems, in particular aggression towards humans, are a common source of accidents amongst professionals. On another hand, vertebral problems, possible source of bad welfare or pain, are regularly reported on riding horses. In the present study, we wanted to investigate the links...