Unspoken connections: Scientists' intersubjective experiences with animals
Contributor(s):: Siegel, Angeline M.
Trauma narratives with children in foster care: Individual and group play therapy
Contributor(s):: Crenshaw, David A., Tillman, Kathleen S., Stewart, Anne L.
Why I Talk to My Dog: Husserl and the Extension of Intersubjectivity. (Series: Broken Bonds? Questioning Anthropological Difference)
Contributor(s):: Monod, Jean-Claude
Do Animals have Selves?
Contributor(s):: Turner, Ryan
Talking horses: Equine psychotherapy and intersubjectivity
Contributor(s):: Siporin, Sheldon
Drawing on the play Equus, this article discusses equine psychotherapy and intersubjectivity. In the play a teenage boy displays a pathological fascination with horses. A psychiatrist is consulted, and discovers that the horse embodies powerful religious and sexual signification for the boy,...
When horses heal: a qualitative inquiry into Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy
Contributor(s):: Esbjorn, Ritu Janice
Posthumanist (auto)ethnography: Toward the ethical representation of other animals
Contributor(s):: Robinson, Christine Christina L.
Equestrianism: Serious leisure and intersubjectivity
| Contributor(s):: Butler, Erin
The ontogeny of triadic cooperative interactions with humans in an infant gorilla
| Contributor(s):: Gómez, Juan-Carlos
Encounters with animal minds
| Contributor(s):: Smuts, Barbara