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  1. Sheep farmers' attitudes to farm inspections and the role of sanctions and rewards as motivation to reduce the prevalence of lameness

    Contributor(s):: Liu, Nlbh, Kaler, J., Ferguson, E., O'Kane, H., Green, L. E.

  2. Distributed skills in camel herding cooperation in a human-animal relationship in Somaliland

    Contributor(s):: Schwere, R.

  3. Changes of Oxytocin and Serotonin Values in Dialysis Patients after Animal Assisted Activities (AAAs) with a Dog—A Preliminary Study

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    | Contributor(s):: Lucia Francesca Menna, Antonio Santaniello, Alessia Amato, Giuseppe Ceparano, Annamaria Di Maggio, Mario Sansone, Pietro Formisano, Ilaria Cimmino, Giuseppe Perruolo, Alessandro Fioretti

    Our study aimed to measure the levels of serotonin and oxytocin in patients affected by end-stage renal disease (ESRD), undergoing dialysis and participating in a program of animal-assisted activities (AAAs) with a dog. Ten patients with comparable levels of ESRD were enrolled. A blood sample...

  4. Why study turn‐taking sequences in interspecies interactions?

    | Contributor(s):: Mondémé, Chloé

  5. Are free-ranging Kune Kune pigs (Sus scrofa domesticus) able to solve a cooperative task?

    | Contributor(s):: Koglmüller, Melanie, Wondrak, Marianne, Camerlink, Irene, Rault, Jean-Loup, Huber, Ludwig

  6. Wolves and dogs recruit human partners in the cooperative string-pulling task

    | Contributor(s):: Range, F., Kassis, A., Taborsky, M., Boada, M., Marshall-Pescini, S.

  7. When do dogs help humans?

    | Contributor(s):: Bräuer, Juliane, Schönefeld, Katja, Call, Josep

    Here we investigate whether domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) engage in instrumental helping towards humans without special training. We hypothesized that dogs would help a human if the human's goal was made as obvious as possible. Therefore we used a set-up in which a human attempted to enter a...

  8. Understanding of human communicative motives in domestic dogs

    | Contributor(s):: Pettersson, Helene, Kaminski, Juliane, Herrmann, Esther, Tomasello, Michael

    Chimpanzees find it easier to locate food when a human prohibits them from going to a certain location than when she indicates that location helpfully. Human children, in contrast, use the cooperative gesture more readily. The question here was whether domestic dogs are more like chimpanzees, in...

  9. Foraging Performance, Prosociality, and Kin Presence Do Not Predict Lifetime Reproductive Success in Batek Hunter-Gatherers

    | Contributor(s):: Kraft, Thomas S., Venkataraman, Vivek V., Tacey, Ivan, Dominy, Nathaniel J., Endicott, Kirk M.

  10. Foraging performance, prosociality, and kin presence do not predict lifetime reproductive success in batek hunter-gatherers

    | Contributor(s):: Kraft, Thomas S., Venkataraman, Vivek V., Tacey, Ivan, Dominy, Nathaniel J., Endicott, Kirk M.

  11. Be kind to others: Prosocial behaviours and their implications for animal welfare

    | Contributor(s):: Rault, Jean-Loup

    Social interactions are central to the health and psychological well-being of domestic animals. Until now, research has overwhelmingly focused on negative social behaviours such as aggression or the lack of social interactions such as social separation and isolation. This contradicts the fact...

  12. Separation-related behaviour indicates the effect of functional breed selection in dogs (Canis familiaris)

    | Contributor(s):: Pongrácz, Péter, Gómez, Sara Alvarez, Lenkei, Rita

    The domestication of dogs resulted in several fundamental behavioural changes as compared to their closest wild living relative, the wolf. While these characteristics are considered to be fairly robust across dogs, dog breeds themselves manifest apparently strong behavioural differences. Thus far...

  13. METHODS FOR MULTISPECIES ANTHROPOLOGY: Thinking with Salmon Otoliths and Scales

    | Contributor(s):: Swanson, Heather Anne

  14. Support for Children with a Visual Impairment in Northern Ireland: The Role of the Rehabilitation Worker

    | Contributor(s):: Gray, Colette

  15. Resolution of alliance ruptures: The special case of animal-assisted psychotherapy

    | Contributor(s):: Zilcha-Mano, S.

  16. Incorporating one health into medical education

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    | Contributor(s):: Rabinowitz, P. M., Natterson-Horowitz, B. J., Kahn, L. H., Kock, R., Pappaioanou, M.

    One Health is an emerging concept that stresses the linkages between human, animal, and environmental health, as well as the need for interdisciplinary communication and collaboration to address health issues including emerging zoonotic diseases, climate change impacts, and the human-animal...

  17. The Effects of Animal-Assisted Activities on the Social and Emotional Development of Young Children with Characteristics of Emotional Behavioral Disorders

    | Contributor(s):: Elaine K. Schmid

    As emotional behavioral disorders become more prevalent throughout the school-age population, intervention during the early childhood ages is becoming key. Considering that social emotional delays are risk factors for emotional behavioral disorders and the evidence of social-emotional health in...

  18. Dogs avoid people who behave negatively to their owner: third-party affective evaluation

    | Contributor(s):: Hitomi Chijiiwa, Hika Kuroshima, Yusuke Hori, James R. Anderson, Kazuo Fujita

    Social eavesdropping, or social evaluation of third-party interactions, is a first step to image scoring, which is a key feature of humans' large-scale cooperative society. Here we asked whether domestic dogs evaluate humans interacting with one another over neutral objects. In two...

  19. Imitation recognition and its effect on subsequent interactions between pet dogs (Canis familiaris)

    | Contributor(s):: Maria Teresa Antunes Marmota

    It has been argued that imitation might facilitate social interactions and may increase affiliating emotions between individuals. Hence imitation recognition can be considered as the recognition of matching actions performed by other individuals with those of the self and also importantly it is...

  20. Information management and animal welfare in crisis: The role of collaborative technologies and cooperative work in emergency response

    | Contributor(s):: White, Joanne Isobel