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  1. The effects of cage color and light intensity on rat affect during heterospecific play

    Contributor(s):: LaFollette, Megan R., Swan, Melissa P., Smith, Rebecca K., Hickman, Debra L., Gaskill, Brianna N.

  2. Empathy and Prosocial Behaviorists. Insights from Intra-and Inter-species Interactions

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    | Contributor(s):: Maria Elide Vanutelli, Michela Balconi

    It has been suggested that "sharing the same body" between the observer and the observed subject allows for a direct form of understanding and emotional attuning by a process of simulation. Then, what happens when we don't have the same body? The aim of the present paper is to...

  3. Practice makes perfect? Skillful performances in veterinary work

    | Contributor(s):: Clarke, Caroline A., Knights, David

  4. Children reading to dogs: A systematic review of the literature

    | Contributor(s):: Hall, Sophie Susannah, Gee, Nancy R., Mills, Daniel Simon

  5. Review of Dogs in the leisure experience and Animals and tourism understanding diverse relationships

    | Contributor(s):: Durie, Alastair J.

  6. Reciprocal signaling in honeyguide-human mutualism

    | Contributor(s):: Spottiswoode, Claire N., Begg, Keith S., Begg, Colleen M.

  7. Reproductive endocrinology and musth indicators in a captive Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)

    | Contributor(s):: Duer, Connie, Tomasi, Tom, Abramson, Charles I.

  8. Animal-assisted activities: Results from a survey of top-ranked pediatric oncology hospitals

    | Contributor(s):: Chubak, Jessica, Hawkes, Rene

  9. Crossing the Interspecies Barrier: Opening the Door to Zoonotic Pathogens

    | Contributor(s):: Christian Gortazar, Leslie A. Reperant, Thijs Kuiken, Jose de la Fuente, Mariana Boadella, Beatriz Martinez-Lopez, Francisco Ruiz-Fons, Agusitn Estrada-Pena, Christian Drosten, Graham Medley, Richard Ostfeld, Townsend Peterson, Kurt C. VerCauteren, Christian Menge, Marc Artois, Constance Schultsz, Richard Delahay, Jordi Sierra-Cobo, Robert Poulin, Frederic Keck, Alonso A. Aguirre, Heikki Henttonen, Andrew P. Dobson, Susan Kutz, Juan Lubroth, Atle Mysterud

    The number of pathogens known to infect humans is ever increasing. Whether such increase reflects improved surveillance and detection or actual emergence of novel pathogens is unclear. Nonetheless, infectious diseases are the second leading cause of human mortality and disability-adjusted life...

  10. Animal-Assisted Intervention for trauma: A systematic literature review

    | Contributor(s):: Marguerite E. O'Haire, Guérin, Noémie A., Alison Claire Kirkham

  11. Same or different? Why establishing the range of behavioral variability matters

    | Contributor(s):: Overall, Karen L.

  12. Exploring the canine mind: Studies of dog cognition

    | Contributor(s):: Macpherson, Krista, Roberts, William A.

  13. Pariah or pet, property or person: What is a dog, what is a cat?

    | Contributor(s):: McBride, Anne

  14. L'enfant avec un autisme et l'animal dans un lien signifant: Des possibilités d'interventions thérapeutiques

    | Contributor(s):: Maurer, Marie, Delfour, Fabienne, Trudel, Marcel, Adrien, Jean-Louis

  15. Predicting private landowner support toward recolonizing black bears in the Trans-Pecos region of Texas

    | Contributor(s):: Rice, Mindy B., Ballard, Warren B., Fish, Ernest B., Wester, David B., Holdermann, David

    Black bears (Ursus americanus) began recolonizing the Trans-Pecos region of Texas from Mexico in the late 1980s after a 30-year absence. This region is predominately a ranching community and knowledge of landowner attitudes is essential to development of management plans for this population. We...

  16. Management of large carnivores in Fennoscandia: New patterns of regional participation

    | Contributor(s):: Sandström, Camilla, Pillikka, Jani, Ratamäki, Outi, Sande, Allan

    Countries are increasingly shifting responsibility for large carnivore management from central to local government authorities. The three countries in Fennoscandia—Finland, Norway, and Sweden—are no exception. In all three countries new approaches to large carnivore management have emerged,...

  17. Risk perceptions and attitudes toward cougars in the southern foothills of Alberta

    | Contributor(s):: Thornton, Clarisse, Quinn, Michael S.

    The rapid growth of rural residential development in the southern foothills of Alberta is leading to a more heterogeneous rural population and environment. Human encroachment into cougar habitat may lead to increased instances of cougar-human interactions. Surveys (n = 1,508) were sent to...

  18. Teachers' experiences with humane education and animals in the elementary classroom: Implications for empathy development

    | Contributor(s):: Daly, Beth, Suggs, Suzanne

    An increasing amount of research has emerged in recent years regarding the benefits that household pets have for individuals, much of which focuses on child-pet relationships. A number of studies have explored the role of pets in elementary classroom settings and what advantages their presence...

  19. Continuing bonds and psychosocial adjustment in pet loss

    | Contributor(s):: Packman, Wendy, Field, Nigel P., Carmack, Betty J., Ronen, Rama

    This study investigated continuing bonds (CB) expressions among bereaved pet owners and the relationship between CB expressions and psychosocial adjustment. The sample included 33 participants who had lost a dog or cat within the past year. Participants who responded to a differentiated set of 12...

  20. Social and cognitive correlates of Utah residents’ acceptance of the lethal control of wolves

    | Contributor(s):: Bruskotter, Jeremy T., Vaske, Jerry J., Schmidt, Robert H.

    The objectives of this study were to: (a) determine the acceptability of several methods of lethal and non-lethal wolf control, (b) identify factors that explain acceptability of lethal control, and (c) test a model for predicting acceptability of lethal control. Data were obtained from a mail...