Social contact in horses: implications for human-horse interactions
Contributor(s):: M.C. VanDierendonck, D. Goodwin
The ancestors of the domestic horse were important prey species for many predators, including humans. Equids possess few physical defence mechanisms, relying on survival strategies centred on the formation of cohesive social bonds within stable groups. Mutual grooming is common between these...
The Impact of Animals and Nature for Children and Youth with Trauma Histories A Neurodevelopmental Theory
Contributor(s):: Eileen Bona, Gail Courtenage
Affective, cognitive, and evaluative perceptions of animals
Contributor(s):: Kellert, SR, Altman, I., Wohlwill, J. F.
Tiger restoration in Asia: Ecological theory vs. sociological reality
Contributor(s):: Ronald Tilson, Philip J. Nyhus, Neil Franklin
The Mouse in the Cat's Claws: A Framework for a Hermeneutics of Nature
Contributor(s):: Kockelkoren, Petran
Animals in therapeutic education: guides into the liminal state
Contributor(s):: Katcher, A., Kahn, P. H., Kellert, S. R., Kahn, Peter H., Kellert, Stephen R.
Bearing the costs of human-wildlife conflict: The challenges of compensation schemes
Contributor(s):: Philip J. Nyhus, Steve A. Osofsky, Paul Ferraro, H. Fischer, Francine Madden, Rosie Woodroffe (editor), Simon Thirgood (editor), Alan Rabinowitz (editor)
Our Duties to Endangered Species
Contributor(s):: Holmes Rolston III
Few persons doubt that we have obligations concerning endangered species, because persons are helped or hurt by the condition of their environment, which includes a wealth of wild species, currently under alarming threat of extinction. Whether humans have duties directly to endangered species is...
Urban animal adaptation: killing with kindness
Contributor(s):: Beck, A. M.
The European age of reason--(Continued). The union of science and industry
Contributor(s):: Draper, John William
Animals as scientific objects
Toward a wider lens: Prejudice and the natural world
Contributor(s):: Jackson, Lynne M.