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Animal-assisted therapy in a Canadian psychiatric prison
Contributor(s):: Dell, C., Chalmers, D., Stobbe, M., Rohr, B., Husband, A.
Using Reentry Simulations to Promote Changes in Attitude toward Offenders: Experiential Learning to Promote Successful Reentry
Contributor(s):: Moak, Stacy C., Walker, Jeffery T., Earwood, Martha, Towery, Gabby
The Efficacy of Dog Assisted Therapy in Detained Drug Users: A Pilot Study in an Italian Attenuated Custody Institute
Contributor(s):: Contalbrigo, L.
Death Row Dogs, Hard Time Prisoners, and Creative Rehabilitation Strategies: Prisoner-Dog Training Programs
Contributor(s):: Paul J. Larkin Jr.
More and more prisons have witnessed the success of Prisoner-Dog Training Programs (PDPs) in the last few years. PDPs entail a prisoner training an animal (usually a dog) to be a service animal for the disabled or a well-behaved household pet. PDPs at state and federal prisons have turned out to...
Helping war veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder: Incarcerated individuals' role in therapeutic animal programs
Contributor(s):: Furst, Gennifer
Canines (and Cats!) in Correctional Institutions: Legal and Ethical Issues Relating to Companion Animal Programs
Contributor(s):: Rebecca J. Huss
Approximately one in 107 adults in the United States is incarcerated in some type of correctional institution. Effective programs are necessary to address the issues of these inmates. A growing number of correctional facilities allow for companion animals to be integrated into their programs in a...
Prisoners, pups, and PTSD: the grass roots response to veterans with PTSD
Perceived effects of dog-training programmes in correctional settings
Contributor(s):: Cooke, Barbara J., Farrington, David P.
The therapeutic potential of a prison-based animal programme in the UK
Contributor(s):: Mercer, Jenny, Gibson, Kerry, Clayton, Debbie
"You Should Give them Blacks to Eat:" Waging Inter-American Wars of Torture and Terror
Contributor(s):: Johnson, Sara E.
Vulnerable Victims: Increasing Animal Cruelty Sentences to Reflect Society's Understanding of the Value of Animal Lives
Contributor(s):: Boyd, Megan E., Lamparello, Adam
Soft touches: give them kittens and something happens to men doing hard time
Contributor(s):: Dalphonse, Sherri
Equine-facilitated prison-based programs within the context of prison-based animal programs: State of the science review
Contributor(s):: Bachi, Keren
Equine-facilitated prison programs have become more prevalent and operate in correctional facilities in 13 states throughout the United States. However, there is a deficit of empirical knowledge to guide them. This article reviews 19 studies of prison-based animal programs and centers on patterns...
Is the tail wagging the dog? A review of the evidence for prison animal programs
Contributor(s):: Mulcahy, Claire, McLaughlin, Deirdre
In the last 10 years, Prison Animal Programs (PAPs) have been implemented in many Australian correctional centres. Like our international counterparts, these programs receive glowing endorsements from key stakeholders and accolades in the media. The evidence supporting these programs however has...
Prison pets in the French Revolution
Contributor(s):: MacDonough, Katharine
Prison-Based Animal Programs: A National Survey
Domestic dogs and human health: an overview
Contributor(s):: Wells, D. L.
A History of Prison Inmate-Animal Interaction Programs
Contributor(s):: Strimple, Earl O.
Our professional responsibilities relative to human-animal interactions
Contributor(s):: L. K. Bustad, L. Hines
An interesting area with great potential for benefiting and enriching the lives and conditions of people and animals is opening to us in research, service and teaching. By working with colleagues in other disciplines, we can develop new and creative ways to realize the great promise inherent in...
The experiences of offenders in a prison canine program
Contributor(s):: Turner, Wendy G.