The role of pet dogs in casual conversations of elderly adults
Contributor(s):: Rogers, J., Hart, L. A., Boltz, R. P.
Casual conversations were recorded as elderly persons routinely walked their dogs through a familiar mobile home park in the United States. Control observations included walks without dogs by owners and non-owners of dogs. All owners talked to and about their dogs. Transcribed conversations...
Disability, connectivity and transgressing the autonomous body
Contributor(s):: Gibson, B. E.
Another breed of "service" animals: STARS study findings about pet ownership and recovery from serious mental illness
Contributor(s):: Wisdom, J. P., Saedi, G. A., Green, C. A.
The influence of an animal on social interactions of nursing home residents in a group setting
Contributor(s):: Fick, K. M.
Efficacy of dog-appeasing pheromone in reducing behaviours associated with fear of unfamiliar people and new surroundings in newly adopted puppies
Contributor(s):: Gaultier, E., Bonnafous, L., Vienet-Lague, D., Falewee, C., Bougrat, L., Lafont-Lecuelle, C., Pageat, P.
Upside to the downturn?
Contributor(s):: Birbeck, T.
What pets contribute to health, and communicating that to your clients
Contributor(s):: Hart, L. A.
Benefits of budgerigars
Contributor(s):: Tremayne, V.
Human-pet interaction and loneliness: a test of concepts from Roy's adaptation model
Contributor(s):: Calvert, M. M.
Effects of dog-appeasing pheromones on anxiety and fear in puppies during training and on long-term socialization
Contributor(s):: Denenberg, S., Landsberg, G. M.
Friends and pets as companions: strategies for coping with loneliness among homeless youth
Contributor(s):: Rew, L.
Pets and older people
Why not a pet?
Contributor(s):: Brophy, L.