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  1. Human-dog bond in the contemporary mayab: social perceptions and benefits associated with the hunter-Milpa dog in maya peasant-hunter life strategies in Yucatan, Mexico

    Contributor(s):: Plata, E., Montiel, S.

  2. A sociobiological analysis of human-canine attachment in an adult population

    Contributor(s):: Magrini, Michelle Marie

  3. Differences in evaluation of a dog's temperament by individual members of the same household

    Contributor(s):: Jakuba, T., Polcova, Z., Fedakova, D., Kottferova, J., Marekova, J., Fejsakova, M., Ondrasovicova, O., Ondrasovic, M.

  4. Raising canine: cross-species parallels in parental investment

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    | Contributor(s):: Eric T. Steiner, N. Clayton Silver, Pam Hall, Chantal Downing, Dominic Hurton, Peter B. Gray

    Parental investment tends to vary as a function of parental status, i.e., biological/adoptive parents tend to invest more in their children than stepparents. Given the similarities in some of the ways humans interact with children versus pet dogs, the current study investigated whether dog...

  5. The link between animal abuse and family violence.

    | Contributor(s):: Arkow, P.

  6. A comparison of the co-occurrence of family violence and animal abuse across violent and non-violent families

    | Contributor(s):: Gullone, Eleonora, Volant, Anne, Johnson, Judy

  7. Friends, confidants, and companion animals: A study of social support network characteristics and psychological well-being among pet owners and nonowners

    | Contributor(s):: Zasloff, Ruth

  8. Retirement, life satisfaction, and pet ownership: Please don't take my sunshine away

    | Contributor(s):: Norris, Patricia Ann Castle

  9. The genesis and correlates of attitudes towards pets

    | Contributor(s):: Schenk, Suzanne Ashley

  10. The human-animal bond's role with the abused child

    | Contributor(s):: Nebbe, Linda Jean

  11. The impact of childhood chronic illness and the role of companion animals

    | Contributor(s):: McClaskey, Barbara R.

  12. The relationship among childhood attachment history, adult attachment, social network and owning a dog or cat

    | Contributor(s):: Blankman, Jane Casner

  13. The relationship between pet bonding, self-esteem, and empathy in preadolescents

    | Contributor(s):: Bierer, Robert Elias

  14. Early adolescents' perceptions of stress

    | Contributor(s):: Greene, A. L.

  15. Gender Stereotyping in Young Children: Evidence to Support a Concept-Learning Approach

    | Contributor(s):: Cowan, Gloria, Hoffman, Charles D.

  16. A look at the role of marriage and family therapy skills within the context of animal behavior therapy

    | Contributor(s):: Canino, J., Shaw, J., Beck, A. M.

    Given that veterinary care involves both animal patients and human clients, it becomes necessary to find ways to improve not only one's veterinary medical skills, but also one's interpersonal abilities. Literature that discusses the communication and interpersonal aspects of veterinary...

  17. Bond-centered veterinary practice: lessons for veterinary faculty and students

    | Contributor(s):: Ormerod, E. J.

    We are currently experiencing a paradigm shift in attitudes to companion animals, in part due to our greater understanding of the health and social benefits associated with the human-animal bond (HAB). Recent demographic changes, including smaller family size, increased longevity, and a higher...

  18. A comparison of maltreated children and non-maltreated children on their experiences with animals - a Japanese study

    | Contributor(s):: Yamazaki, S.

    Recently, studies in the United States, Canada, and Europe have shown that child abuse and animal abuse can coexist in the same household. The implications of these studies are that attention to animal abuse might lead to early detection of, and intervention in, child abuse. Although a promising...