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This paper continues the debate on a unifying theory of the human—companion animal bond, begun in the first volume of Anthrozoös by Kidd and Kidd (1987:140–57). Research is cited in which the relationship between people and the dog is the case study. It is argued that the animal—animal model may...
Although there has been considerable literature produced on the relationship between behaviorism, comparative psychology, and ethology; there has not been a considerable consensus of opinion. Our position, more historically situated than many, argues that the crucial distinction remains simply:...
This article looks at affinities between the Holocaust and blood sacrifice of archaic times. It begins with a discussion of the practices and beliefs which have accompanied sacrificial rites in the past. This is followed by a discussion of ancient animal sacrifice, out of which came the practice...
The mahout and elephant relationship is one of the oldest human—animal relationships, possibly beginning as far back as 5,000 years ago. Valued for their assistance in war and work, elephants were trained and managed using methods described in ancient Indian texts. The lifelong job of mahouts...
Reviews of animal-assisted therapy (AAT) research suggest the need for better controlled and designed research studies to supplement the many case studies and anecdotal reports. This study reports the results of such an investigation where sixty-nine male and female psychiatric inpatients were...
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