Dances with dogs: interspecies play and a case for sympoietic enactivism
Contributor(s):: Merritt, M.
Utilitarianism for animals, Kantianism for people? Harming animals and humans for the greater good
Contributor(s):: Caviola, Lucius, Kahane, Guy, Everett, Jim A. C., Teperman, Elliot, Savulescu, Julian, Faber, Nadira S.
The influence of human interaction on guinea pigs: Behavioral and thermographic changes during animal-assisted therapy
Contributor(s):: Wirth, S., Gebhardt-Henrich, S. G., Riemer, S., Hattendorf, J., Zinsstag, J., Hediger, K.
The role of pets in managing uncertainty from COVID-19
Contributor(s):: Nieforth, Leanne O., O'Haire, Marguerite E.
Adult separation anxiety disorder: The human-animal bond
Contributor(s):: Dowsett, Elisha, Delfabbro, Paul, Chur-Hansen, Anna
The Vulture in the Sky and the Hominin on the Land: Three Million Years of Human–Vulture Interaction
Contributor(s):: Morelli, Federico, Kubicka, Anna Maria, Tryjanowski, Piotr, Nelson, Emma
Vultures and humans have been sympatric for millions of years and evidence from the archaeological and historical records suggests interdependence over long periods. Like other species, early hominins probably used these birds to locate carcasses in the landscape. With the evolution of...
An evolutionary point of view of animal ethics
Contributor(s):: Criscuolo, François, Sueur, Cédric
The observation that animals may respond to the emotional states of conspecific or even heterospecific individuals is not new. After more than one century, the need to define what exactly non-human animals are able to feel and—from this starting point—rethink the legal status and place of animals...
Canine connections : fieldwork with a dog as research assistant
| Contributor(s):: Karen Lane
My research seeks out muted narratives that struggle to be heard in the contested city of Belfast. My dog is one of my ethnographic methods: dog-walking is rarely a direct journey from A to B and she can ‘authenticate’ my lingering presence in unfamiliar places; she is a gateway to...
And in the Middle of My Chaos There Was You?-Dog Companionship and Its Impact on the Assessment of Stressful Situations
| Contributor(s):: Krouzecky, C., Emmett, L., Klaps, A., Aden, J., Bunina, A., Stetina, B. U.
Bodies of Knowledge, Kinetic Melodies, Rhythms of Relating and Affect Attunement in Vital Spaces for Multi-Species Well-Being: Finding Common Ground in Intimate Human-Canine and Human-Equine Encounters
| Contributor(s):: Carlyle, D., Graham, P.
In this paper, we bring together two separate studies and offer a double similitude as it were, in finding “common ground” and “common worlds” between dog–human and horse–human interactions. Appreciation of the process and mechanism of affect (and affect...
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.
Social identification with animals: Unpacking our psychological connection with other animals
| Contributor(s):: Amiot, Catherine E., Sukhanova, Ksenia, Bastian, Brock
Emotional support animal assessments: Toward a standard and comprehensive model for mental health professionals
| Contributor(s):: Younggren, Jeffrey N., Boness, Cassandra L., Bryant, Leisl M., Koocher, Gerald P.
Empathy and Prosocial Behaviorists. Insights from Intra-and Inter-species Interactions
| 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...
The Moral Lives of Laboratory Monkeys: Television and the Ethics of Care
| Contributor(s):: Sharp, Lesley A.
Practice makes perfect? Skillful performances in veterinary work
| Contributor(s):: Clarke, Caroline A., Knights, David
Dog and Cat Interactions in a Remote Aboriginal Community
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| Contributor(s):: Brooke Kennedy, Wendy Y. Brown, Karl Vernes, Gerhard Kortner, James R.A. Butler
This study examined dog and cat demographics, roaming behaviours, and interspecific interactions in a remote Aboriginal island community using multiple methods. Our results revealed temporal differences between the roaming behaviours of dogs, cats, and wildlife. Dogs showed crepuscular...
The problem of unwanted pets: A case study in how institutions 'think' about clients' needs
| Contributor(s):: Irvine, Leslie
Review of Dogs in the leisure experience and Animals and tourism understanding diverse relationships
| Contributor(s):: Durie, Alastair J.
Reciprocal signaling in honeyguide-human mutualism
| Contributor(s):: Spottiswoode, Claire N., Begg, Keith S., Begg, Colleen M.