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Abstract It would be difficult to overestimate the significance of animals in the social and psychological life of our species. Images of animals are everywhere: in our language, religions, dreams, television programs, and folklore. The feelings that we exhibit toward our fellow creatures are...
Abstract Intergenerational continuity of attitudes and values has been documented in a number of studies suggesting that the family is a potent factor in socialization. This study examines the continuity of attitudes and values about dogs as companion animals across two generations....
Abstract Feeding mountain sheep (Ovis canadensis) by tourists was studied on Mt. Evans in Colorado. Interviews revealed that one important reason why people hand-feed is to have the animal take food from their hand to show that it trusted them. Many believe that animals are better judges of...
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