Animal-assisted therapy and nutrition in Alzheimer's disease
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| Contributor(s):: Nancy Edwards, Alan M. Beck
This study examined the influence of animal-assisted therapy, specifically fish aquariums, on nutritional intake in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Sixty-two individuals with AD who lived in specialized units were studied. Baseline nutritional data were obtained followed by a...
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| Contributor(s):: Williams, E., Jenkins, R.
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| Contributor(s):: Mohler, R.
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| Contributor(s):: Fritz, C. L., Farver, T. B., Kass, P. H., Hart, L. A.
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| Contributor(s):: Churchill, M., Safaoui, J., McCabe, B. W., Baun, M. M.
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| Contributor(s):: Manor, W.
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| Contributor(s):: Kongable, L. G., Buckwalter, K. C., Stolley, J. M.