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AbstractA total of 833 students completed a four-part questionnaire which measured demographic factors (sex, education, vegetarianism, religiousness), attitudes to animal experimentation, personality (Big Five) and empathy. Attitudes to animal experimentation factored into five interpretable...
AbstractTo test the idea that dogs have a positive influence on the social behavior of school children, one of three dogs was introduced alternately into a class at an elementary school in Vienna, attended by 24 children (mean age: 6.7 years). Most of the 14 boys and ten girls came from...
AbstractConduct disorder (CD) is among the most intractable mental health problems and has been found to be increasingly prevalent throughout childhood, and into adolescence. Although many of the behaviors that comprise CD have been researched, there has been limited focus on preventative...
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