When words fail
Contributor(s):: Milani, M.
Blind people and their dogs: An empirical study on changes in everyday life, in self-experience, and in communication
Contributor(s):: Steffens, Melanie C., Bergler, Reinhold
Companion animals and adaptation in chronically ill children
Contributor(s):: Spence, L. J., Kaiser, L.
The pet as an anxiolytic intervention
Contributor(s):: Wilson, C. C.
[A polar expedition in challenging circumstances--experiences and psychological reactions]
Contributor(s):: Steine, S., Steine, K., Sandbaek, G., Roseth, A. G.
[Animal- assisted therapy in health care facilities]
Contributor(s):: Jofre, M. L.
A cold nose can warm the heart
Contributor(s):: Farkas, M.
Animal-assisted therapy: a nursing intervention
Contributor(s):: Carmack, B. J., Fila, D.
Contributor(s):: Donowitz, L. G.
A reflection on the ways veterinarians cope with the death, euthanasia, and slaughter of animals
Contributor(s):: Manette, C. S.
Acceptability and impact of pet visitation on a pediatric cardiology inpatient unit
Contributor(s):: Wu, A. S., Niedra, R., Pendergast, L., McCrindle, B. W.
Animal-assisted therapy: assessing the benefits
Emotional distress, punitive damages, and the veterinarian--some judicial responses
Contributor(s):: Hannah, H. W.
Loss of companionship and emotional distress--who determines liability?
Loss of pets II
Contributor(s):: Satori, A.
One of the most significant difference between human and veterinary medicine is the chance for euthanasia. Euthanasia provides a painless termination of the animals' life, however, it increases the responsibility enormously. Many of our colleagues do not perform euthanasia or do it under very...
Pet Therapy Program. Proposal for the US Department of Health and Human Services. 1996 Secretary's Award
Contributor(s):: Teeter, L. M.
Presence of human friends and pet dogs as moderators of autonomic responses to stress in women
Contributor(s):: Allen, K. M., Blascovich, J., Tomaka, J., Kelsey, R. M.
Alzheimer's patients and their caregivers: the role of the human-animal bond
Contributor(s):: Manor, W.
Finding peace with a pet. When cancer patients bond with a pet--whether fin, feather, or fur--wonderful things can happen
Contributor(s):: Gupta, N. E.
Human-animal bonds in the laboratory: how animal behavior affects the perspectives of caregivers
Contributor(s):: Chang, F. T., Hart, L. H.