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Interdisciplinary reviews of books and other texts. Multiple studies demonstrate the value of an interdisciplinary approach to understanding complex concepts. At the same time though, our views about a certain subject tend to be influenced by our own experiences and education. The goal of these reviews is to solicit reviews and comments from those in the many areas of expertise that contribute to our understanding of the human-animal bond. In addition to commenting on the reviews, please periodically check HABRI Central for information about the next book up for review and how to get a copy if you’d like to review it yourself.

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  1. Book Review - "Your Brain on Nature" by Selhoub, E.M. and Logan, A.C.

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    When invited to participate in a review of “Your Brain on Nature” by Eva M. Selhub and Alan C. Logan, I was unsure of what to expect. How much science would there be in the publication?...

  2. Zoobiquity at work

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    One of the areas researchers increasingly explore is the similarities between human and canine medical conditions. Here’s an article about such an...

  3. Zoobiquity: What Animals Can Teach Us About Health and the Science of Healing

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    The review copies of Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, MD, and Kathryn Bowers’ Zoobiquity have been sent out to our brave reviewers. As you begin to make your way through the book, let us know what...