Bonding, biophilia, biosynergy, and the future of primates in the wild
Contributor(s):: Rose, Anthony L.
Book review: Review of pets and our mental health: the why, the what, and the how
Contributor(s):: Sachs-Ericsson, Natalie
Breaking the Language Barrier
Contributor(s):: Lawson, Helene M.
Breed differences in domestic dogs' (Canis familiaris) comprehension of human communicative signals
Contributor(s):: Wobber, Victoria, Hare, Brian, Koler-Matznick, Janice, Wrangham, Richard, Tomasello, Michael
Bridging human and animal research: A comparative approach to studies of personality and health
Contributor(s):: Mehta, Pranjal H., Gosling, Samuel D.
Brief Report: Don't Kiss a Sleeping Dog: The First Assessment of "The Blue Dog" Bite Prevention Program
Contributor(s):: Meints, Kerstin, de Keuster, Tiny
Broken bond: An exploration of human factors associated with companion animal loss during Hurricane Katrina
Contributor(s):: Zottarelli, Lisa K.
Campground manager and user perceptions of risk associated with negative human-black bear interactions
Contributor(s):: Gore, Meredith L., Knuth, Barbara A., Curtis, Paul D., Shanahan, James E.
Negative human-black bear interactions in New York's Adirondack Park campgrounds pose risk management challenges. Communication is one tool available to modify human behavior and reduce associated risks, but knowledge of constructs influencing risk perception among key stakeholder groups is...
Can animals detect when their owners are returning home? An experimental test of the 'psychic pet' phenomenon
Contributor(s):: Wiseman, Richard, Smith, Matthew, Milton, Julie
Can brown lemurs (Eulemur fulvus) learn to deceive a human competitor?
Contributor(s):: Genty, Emilie, Foltz, Jane, Roeder, Jean-Jacques
Can dogs (Canis familiaris) detect human deception?
Contributor(s):: Petter, Mark, Musolino, Evanya, Roberts, William A., Cole, Mark
Can we live without cats? Interpreting and expanding on Ellson's question from a cat-lover's perspective
Contributor(s):: Megehee, Carol
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...
Capuchin monkeys display affiliation toward humans who imitate them
| Contributor(s):: Paukner, Annika, Suomi, Stephen J., Visalberghi, Elisabetta, Ferrari, Pier F.
Caregiver attributions are not just for children: Evidence for generalized low power schemas
| Contributor(s):: Sims, Valerie K., Chin, Matthew G., Eckman, Melissa L., Enck, Brian M., Abromaitis, Susanne M.
Caregiver-chimpanzee interactions with species-specific behaviors
| Contributor(s):: Jensvold, Mary Lee A., Buckner, Jacquelyn C., Stadtner, Gina B.
Carrots and sticks, people and elephants: Rank, domination, and training
| Contributor(s):: Lehnhardt, John, Galloway, Marie
Carrots and sticks: a discourse on interspecies partnership and culture in dog sport
| Contributor(s):: Candice Reynolds
Dogs are not only good to think but good to live and become with. In this study I explored the overarching concerns of interspecific relations among “schutzhund people”: an emerging multispecies sub-culture in South Africa pertaining to a German dog sport called schutzhund. Four...
Challenges in Designing Human-Animal Interaction Research
| Contributor(s):: Wilson, Cindy C., Barker, Sandra B.
Characteristics and antecedents of people who hoard animals: An exploratory comparative interview study
| Contributor(s):: Steketee, Gail, Gibson, Amanda, Frost, Randy O., Alabiso, Janelle, Arluke, Arnold, Patronek, Gary