A companion animal in a simulated work setting : the roles of task difficulty and pet ownership on stress reduction
Contributor(s):: Anna Hall Stewart
The benefits of human-animal interactions have been explored in the literature, documenting positive physiological and psychological outcomes for humans. This experiment sought to extend research in this area by studying three variables that have never been examined together...
Companion Animals and Persons With Dementia of the Alzheimer's Type: Therapeutic Possibilities
Contributor(s):: Baun, Mara M., McCabe, Barbara W.
Human analogue safe haven effect of the owner: behavioural and heart rate response to stressful social stimuli in dogs
Contributor(s):: Gacsi, M., Maros, K., Sernkvist, S., Farago, T., Miklosi, A.
Human-animal interactions and animal stress
Contributor(s):: Hemsworth, P. H., Barnett, J. L.
"The purpose of this book is to bring together a range of scientific perspectives from biomedical research (including human health and animal models of human stress) on stress and welfare, and to assess new approaches to conceptualizing and alleviating stress. While much of the focus is on...
Perception of Animals and Cardiovascular Responses During Verbalization with an Animal Present
Contributor(s):: Friedmann, Erika, Locker, Barbra Zuck, Lockwood, Randall
Relationship between sociability toward humans and physiological stress in dogs
Contributor(s):: Yoon-Joo Shin, Nam-Shik Shin
Sociability is an essential trait for dogs to successfully interact with humans. In this study, the relationship between sociability and physiological stress was examined. Additionally, whether differences exist between companion dogs (C group) and shelter dogs (S group) was examined. Overall,...
The concept of the three R's: an introduction
Contributor(s):: Rowan, A. N.