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  1. Investigating the Impact of Brief Outings on the Welfare of Dogs Living in US Shelters

    Contributor(s):: Gunter, L. M., Gilchrist, R. J., Blade, E. M., Barber, R. T., Feuerbacher, E. N., Platzer, J. M., Wynne, C. D. L.

  2. Null effects of therapy dog interaction on adolescent anxiety during a laboratory-based social evaluative stressor

    Contributor(s):: Mueller, M. K., Anderson, E. C., King, E. K., Urry, H. L.

  3. Evaluating stress in riding horses: part one - behavior assessment and serum cortisol

    Contributor(s):: Hovey, M. R., Davis, A., Chen, S., Godwin, P., Porr, C. A. S.

  4. Environmental influences on development of executive functions in dogs

    Contributor(s):: Foraita, Maike, Howell, Tiffani, Bennett, Pauleen

  5. Environmental enrichment: an experiment in biosocial intervention

    Contributor(s):: Chiapperino, Luca

  6. Assessment of living conditions in wild boars by analysis of oxidative stress markers

    Contributor(s):: Esposito, Luigi, Tafuri, Simona, Cocchia, Natascia, Fasanelli, Roberto, Piscopo, Nadia, Lamagna, Barbara, Eguren, Vincente, Amici, Andrea, Iorio, Eugenio Luigi, Ciani, Francesca

  7. Effect of positive tactile stimulation and prepartum milking routine training on behavior, cortisol and oxytocin in milking, milk composition, and milk yield in Gyr cows in early lactation

    Contributor(s):: Ujita, Aska, El Faro, Lenira, Vicentini, Rogério Ribeiro, Pereira Lima, Maria Lucia, de Oliveira Fernandes, Leonardo, Oliveira, André Penido, Veroneze, Renata, Negrão, João Alberto

  8. Subjective methods of quantifying temperament in heifers are indicative of physiological stress

    Contributor(s):: Parham, Jamie T., Blevins, Sarah R., Tanner, Amy E., Wahlberg, Mark L., Swecker, William S., Lewis, Ronald M.

  9. Indication that the presence of older conspecifics reduces agonistic behaviour in piglets at weaning

    Contributor(s):: Morrone, Beatrice, Bernardino, Thiago, Tatemoto, Patricia, Rodrigues, Frederico Augusto Mazzocca Lopes, de Moraes, José Evandro, da Cruz, Thiago Dorsa Almeida, Zanella, Adroaldo José

  10. Development of existing scoring systems to assess behavioural coping in shelter cats

    Contributor(s):: Hirsch, Elin Netti, Andersson, Maria, Loberg, Jenny, Lidfors, Lena Maria

  11. Long-term behavioral resilience in search-and-rescue dogs responding to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

    Contributor(s):: Hare, Elizabeth, Kelsey, Kathleen M., Niedermeyer, Greta M., Otto, Cynthia M.

  12. Compassion Fatigue and Resiliency Factors in Animal Shelter Workers

    Contributor(s):: Levitt, A. L., Gezinski, L. R.

  13. Animal-Assisted Activity in Critically Ill Older Adults: A Randomized Pilot and Feasibility Trial

    Contributor(s):: Branson, S., Boss, L., Hamlin, S., Padhye, N. S.

  14. Recognizing the role of animal-assisted therapies in addressing mental health needs during the COVID-19 pandemic

    Contributor(s):: Nagendrappa, S., Shoib, S., Rehman, S., Grigo, O., Ransing, R.

    2020Asian J Psychiatr531023901876-2018 (Print)1876-201810.1016/j.ajp.2020.102390engDepartment of Psychiatry, National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences(NIMHANS), Bengaluru-29, India. Electronic address: nsachin40@gmail.com.Department of Psychiatry, Jawahar Lal Nehru...

  15. Psychophysiological effects of human-dog interaction in university students exposed to a stress-induced situation using the Trier Social Stress Test (TSST).

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    Contributor(s):: Rafael Martos-Montes, David OrdÛÒez-PÈrez, Jes˙s Ruiz-Maatallah, Miriam MartÌnez-Cobos

    Enjoying the company of a good-natured dog can lend support to a person in a stressful situation. This presence brings benefits across different areas of human well-being and leads to a decrease in levels of sympathetic activation and subjective distress which are triggered in social anxiety...

  16. Stress Reduction in Law Enforcement Officers and Staff through a Canine-Assisted Intervention

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    Contributor(s):: John-Tyler Binfet, Zakary A. Draper, Freya L. L. Green

    Law enforcement officers and staff are known to experience elevated workplace stress, largely due to their increased exposure to traumatic incidents. This results in individuals experiencing trauma themselves and resultant compromised physical and mental health. Law enforcement officers are also...

  17. The effects of dog-owner relationship on perceived stress and happiness

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    Contributor(s):: Monica Teresa Gonzalez-Ramirez, Lucia del Carmen Quezada-Berumen, Minerva Vanegas-Farfano, RenÈ Landero-Hernandez

    The purpose of this study was to evaluate the role of the pet-owner relationship on the perceived stress and subjective happiness of the owner, using structural equation modeling. A sample of 483 residents of Mexico, men and women, owners of at least one dog participated in this study. Data...

  18. Examining the impact of a brief human-canine interaction on stress and attention

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    Contributor(s):: Jonathan B. Banks, Caitlin McCoy, Courtney Trzcinski

    The interaction between humans and canines has been linked to a variety of benefits including reductions in ADHD symptoms in children, depression symptoms in nursing home patients, and PTSD symptoms in veterans returning from war. Although the inclusion of therapy dogs on college campuses has...

  19. Effect of Pet Interaction on Stress Reduction and Positive Mood Enhancement among Pet-Owners and Non-Owners

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    Contributor(s):: Aliya Khalid, Saadia Dildar

    The present study investigated the effect of pet interaction on stress reduction and positive mood enhancement among pet-owners and non-owners. Sample of pet-owners (n = 90) and non-owners (n = 90) was taken from University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore. Both, male and female...

  20. The Effects Of Dog Ownership On Self-Efficacy Levels

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    | Contributor(s):: Juliana Oleksy

    Multiple studies have been conducted and have concluded that dogs do have a positive impact on both physical and mental health. When it comes to mental health, researchers have found that dog-interaction has decreased stress levels. Stress levels have a negative relationship with self-efficacy...