Commentary: Human-Animal Interaction & Wellness
Contributor(s):: Meadows, Richard L.
Commentary: Pets--pleasures and problems
Contributor(s):: Mayon-White, Richard
Communicating the role of hunting for wildlife management
Contributor(s):: Campbell, Michael, Mackay, Kelly J.
Wildlife management agencies are increasingly faced with decisions where different groups hold conflicting attitudes and values with respect to the action taken. Identifying and understanding divergent views is essential in guiding the decisions of wildlife management. Occasionally, public...
Communication between domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) and humans: Dogs are good learners
Contributor(s):: Elgier, Angel M., Jakovcevic, Adriana, Barrera, Gabriela, Mustaca, Alba E., Bentosela, Mariana
Companion Animals as Selfobjects
Contributor(s):: Brown, Sue-Ellen
Companion animals for elderly women: The importance of attachment
Contributor(s):: Chur-Hansen, Anna, Winefield, Helen Russell, Beckwith, Melinda
Much research exploring the relationship between companion animals and physical and psychological health is quantitative and inconclusive, and inconsistent findings have been reported. In this study, we conducted interviews with 11 elderly women and considered the themes that emerged from the...
Companion animals: A therapeutic measure for elderly patients
Contributor(s):: Hoffman, Rosemary G.
Companion animals: In sickness and in health
Contributor(s):: Siegel, Judith M.
Comprehension of human communicative signs in pet dogs (Canis familiaris)
Contributor(s):: Soproni, Krisztina, Miklósi, Adám, Topál, József, Csányi, Vilmos
Comprehension of human pointing gestures in young human-reared wolves (Canis lupus) and dogs (Canis familiaris)
Contributor(s):: Virányi, Zsófia, Gácsi, Márta, Kubinyi, Enik?, Topál, József, Belényi, Beatrix, Ujfalussy, Dorottya, Miklósi, Ádám
Comunicación entre perros domésticos (Canis familiaris) y hombres
Contributor(s):: Bentosela, Mariana, Mustaca, Alba E.
Conceptual and methodological issues in the investigation of primate intersubjectivity
Contributor(s):: Racine, Timothy P., Leavens, David A., Susswein, Noah, Wereha, Tyler J.
Conceptual framework for animal assisted therapy
Contributor(s):: Geist, Tracy S.
Considering the Canine: Human Discourses of Gender, Race, and Power in Interspecies Entanglements
| Contributor(s):: Meredith Helen Clark
This dissertation explores discourses in the contemporary United States surrounding the creation, coding, sterilization, and general keeping of canines in order to interrogate how sex, gender, race, class, sexuality, and species together serve biopolitical formations of social control,...
Construction and validation of an Animal-Human Continuity Scale
| Contributor(s):: Templer, Donald I., Connelly, Heather Joy, Bassman, Lynette, Hart, Jessica
Consumer behavior, extended-self, and sacred consumption: An alternative perspective from our animal companions
| Contributor(s):: Hill, Ronald Paul, Gaines, Jeannie, Wilson, R. Mark
Consumers and their animal companions
| Contributor(s):: Hirschman, Elizabeth C.
Contact with human facilities appears to enhance technical skills in wild vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus aethiops)
| Contributor(s):: van de Waal, Erica, Bshary, Redouan
Context-related variation in the vocal growling behaviour of the domestic dog (Canis familiaris)
| Contributor(s):: Taylor, Anna M., Reby, David, McComb, Karen
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...