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  1. Animal-Assisted Therapy Ameliorates Anhedonia in Schizophrenia Patients

    Contributor(s):: Nathans-Barel, Inbar, Feldman, Pablo, Berger, Barry, Modai, Ilan, Silver, Henry

  2. Animal-Assisted Therapy with Farm Animals for Persons with Psychiatric Disorders: Effects on Anxiety and Depression, a Randomized Controlled Trial

    Contributor(s):: Berget, Bente, Ekeberg, Øivind, Pedersen, Ingeborg, Braastad, Bjarne O.

  3. Effect of a companion dog on depression and anxiety levels of elderly residents in a long-term care facility

    Contributor(s):: le Roux, Marieanna C., Kemp, Rene

  4. Parrots as therapy for psychiatric patients

    Contributor(s):: Haw, Camilla

  5. Psychological effects of dog ownership: role strain, role enhancement, and depression

    Contributor(s):: Cline, K. M.

  6. Sustained improvement in a patient with young onset Parkinson's disease after the arrival of a pet dog

    Contributor(s):: Zakeri, N., Bain, P. G.

  7. Human and animal health: strengthening the link

    Contributor(s):: Christian Antonioli, Michael Reveley

    Authors' reply to methodological concerns. The aim of our study was to begin to establish an evidence base for animal assisted therapy in depression.

  8. A case of primary progressive aphasia associated with depression

    Contributor(s):: Mahgoub, N., Avari, J.

  9. Human and animal health: strengthening the link: methodological concerns about animal facilitated therapy with dolphins

    Contributor(s):: Basil, B., Mathews, M.

  10. Pet-therapy: a trial for institutionalized frail elderly patients

    Contributor(s):: Stasi, M. F., Amati, D., Costa, C., Resta, D., Senepa, G., Scarafioiti, C., Aimonino, N., Molaschi, M.

  11. Randomised controlled trial of animal facilitated therapy with dolphins in the treatment of depression

    Contributor(s):: Antonioli, C., Reveley, M. A.

  12. Who needs friends...when robots may be the answer?

    Contributor(s):: Newton, J. P.

  13. AIDS diagnosis and depression in the Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study: the ameliorating impact of pet ownership

    Contributor(s):: Siegel, J. M., Angulo, F. J., Detels, R., Wesch, J., Mullen, A.

  14. Cognitive behavior therapy for depression? Choose horses for courses

    Contributor(s):: Parker, Gordon, Roy, Kay, Eyers, Kerrie

  15. Self-help interventions for depressive disorders and depressive symptoms: A systematic review

    Contributor(s):: Morgan, Amy J., Jorm, Anthony F.

  16. Animal-assisted therapy with dolphins in eating disorders

    | Contributor(s):: Roman Schenk, Olga Pollatos, Sabine Schenk, Rainer Schandry

    This pilot study examined a dolphin assisted therapy for patients with eating disorder (EDs). 25 patients received a multimodal treatment consisting of dolphin interaction in combination with psycho education, cognitive behavioral therapy, nutritional education and craniosacral therapy. These...

  17. Animal-assisted therapy as an intervention for reducing depression among long-term care residents

    | Contributor(s):: Angela Condit

    The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of animal-assisted intervention on reducing depression and loneliness among older adults residing in a long-term care facility. Forty-eight residents from one long-term care facility in a northern Colorado city participated in the study....

  18. Becoming relationally effective: High-risk boys in animal-assisted therapy

    | Contributor(s):: Abbey Ann Schneider

    This study was conducted to formally evaluate the effectiveness of the Human Animal Bond in Colorado (HABIC, 2010), an animal-assisted therapy (AAT) intervention based in 23 elementary schools in the Front Range; these terms are used interchangeably in this report. Previous research on the...

  19. Animal models and human depressive disorders

    | Contributor(s):: R. J. Katz

    Clinical depressive disorders are complex in presentation, dissimilar in origins and course, and often pleomorphic in character. An adequate understanding of their origins, biological substrates, and amenability to established and novel forms of therapy demands biological and social interventions...

  20. 2008 SNRS abstracts -- C