Human-Black Bear Conflicts
| Contributor(s):: Carl W. Lackey, Stewart W. Breck, Brian F. Wakeling, Bryant White
Most human–black bear (Ursus americanus) conflict occurs when people make anthropogenic foods like garbage, dog food, domestic poultry, or fruit trees available to bears. Bears change their behavior to take advantage of these resources and may damage property or cause public safety...
People -- Marine Mammal Interactions
| Contributor(s):: Andrew Butterworth (editor), Mark P. Simmonds (editor)
Our relationships with marine mammals are complex. We have used them as resources, and in some places this remains the case; viewed them as competitors and culled them (again ongoing in some localities); been so captivated and intrigued by them that we have taken them into captivity for our...
The social neuroscience of human-animal interaction
| Contributor(s):: Freund, Lisa S., McCune, Sandra, Esposito, Layla, Gee, Nancy R., McCardle, Peggy
Final commentary: Sociality, therapy, and mechanisms of action
| Contributor(s):: Fox, Nathan A.
Affiliation in human-animal interaction
| Contributor(s):: Beetz, Andrea, Bales, Karen
The educational significance of human and non-human animal interactions : blurring the species line
| Contributor(s):: Rice, Suzanne, Rud, A. G.
The social dog: behavior and cognition
| Contributor(s):: Kaminski, Juliane, Marshall-Pescini, Sarah
Dogs have become the subject of increasing scientific study over the past two decades, chiefly due to their development of specialized social skills, seemingly a result of selection pressures during domestication to help them adapt to the human environment. The Social Dog: Behaviour and Cognition...
A history of dogs in the early Americas
| Contributor(s):: Schwartz, Marion