3 edition of Further issues in research in companion animal studies found in the catalog.
Further issues in research in companion animal studies
Society for Companion Animal Studies. Workshop
|Statement||edited by Jill Nicholson and Anthony Podberscek.|
|Series||SCAS study -- no. 3|
|Contributions||Nicholson, Jill., Podberscek, Anthony L. 1963-, Society for Companion Animal Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
Future Research Directions. Studies on human-animal relationships originated with a focus on the beneficial aspects of pets. New research is needed to extend these relationships to further identify the benefit of companion animals to other handicapped persons such as paraplegics and quadriplegics. "Ethical Issues in Human and Animal. Perel, et al. () states that only immediate preclinical testing of new drug therapies, but animal research aids medical science in many more ways Animal studies play a part in the initial development of candidate drugs, and the development and testing of medical devices and surgical procedures.
From the small number of studies included in the review (n = 4), it appears that there is some evidence of animals (either companion animals or those used specifically to enhance care) having a positive impact on the patient experience. Conclusion. This study suggests that animals play a large part in the lives of people receiving palliative care. Erin moved to New Zealand from Canada early in to complete her PhD at the University of Canterbury – New Zealand Centre for Human-Animal Studies. Her research focuses on the human-dog relationship and social constructs surrounding the dog, and .
Three studies have found that young children with a strong bond or close relationship with their companion animal scored higher on a measure of empathy than children with a weak relationship with their companion animal (Poresky, , Poresky, , Vidovic et al., ), and children without a companion animal (Vidovic et al., ). Animals and the Human Imagination: A Companion to Animal Studies - Kindle edition by Gross, Aaron, Vallely, Anne, Foer, Jonathan Safran, Doniger, Wendy. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Animals and the Human Imagination: A Companion to Animal s: 5.
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She is a member of the Society of Companion Animal Studies. AG gained his doctorate from the University of Warwick, researching the role of pets in the alleviation of loneliness.
AR and SA are members of the Society of Companion Animal Studies. J-AD has a degree in psychology and is director of the Society of Companion Animal by: As of JanuaryTopics in Companion Animal Medicine is no longer solely publishing solicited special themed issues. Please feel free to submit your research for the Editor-in-Chief's consideration.
Published quarterly, Topics in Companion Animal Medicine is a peer-reviewed veterinary scientific journal dedicated to providing practitioners with the most recent advances in companion animal. companion animals while fleeing violence, in same sex communities.
While it seems logical to assume that many of the issues will be similar (Brown, ) there are key. This article provides a review of research published since on the benefits of human–companion animal interaction.
Studies focusing on the benefits of pet ownership are presented first, followed by research on the benefits of interacting with coronary care unit1 inspired further research into the potential cardiovascular (CV) and. This qualitative research project examined the impact of the relationships between persons with cancer and their companion animals.
The goal of this study was to explore the helpful and unhelpful. In contrast to the institutional animal care and use committee (IACUC 1) review process for a biomedical research animal, clinical studies can proceed with a companion animal only if the owner is willing.
Key aspects in the prevention of consumer fraud during the consent process are relevant facts about just how new the procedure or drug in. Selected articles from this journal and other medical research on Novel Coronavirus Topics in Companion Animal Medicine.
Supports open access. View aims and scope Submit your article Guide for authors. CiteScore. Impact Factor. Editor-in-Chief: Sarah Moore, DVM, DACVIM Selected Studies and Case Reports. June View all. The purview of the Brill Human-Animal Studies Book Series includes any topic that allows exploration of the relation between human and nonhuman animals in any setting, contemporary or historical, from the perspective of various disciplines within both the social sciences (e.g., psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science) and humanities (e.g., history, literary criticism).
Many animals have been saved by studies completed at the Center for Companion Animal Studies. Please take a moment to view the memorial slide show below to see some of our close friends that have left us. Please contact Dr.
Michael Lappin if you have a special animal that you would like to see memorialized here. Fortunately, there is research that provides guidance in this area. In my book, Animal Assisted Therapy in Counseling, I reviewed several research studies on the psychophysiological and psychosocial benefits of positive social interaction with a pet, such as holding or stroking an animal.
These benefits include calming and relaxing. Hot topics also include things as simple as not locking your companion animal (s) in a car in extreme weather and as complex as the valuation of companion animals when there is veterinary malpractice or someone injures or kills your pet.
A Texas Supreme Court decision highlights the many ways that laws are applied. GUIDE FOR AUTHORS. Aims and scope. Topics in Companion Animal Medicine is dedicated to providing the practitioner with the most recent advances in companion animal medicine.
Each quarterly issue includes a comprehensive review of the latest developments and techniques regarding an important topic in veterinary medicine, guest edited by a leading expert in the field. Foreword The issues addressed in this Report have been a subject of intense public debate over at least the past four hundred years.
Feelings are strong on all sides of the issues, and in recent years reports. Association with companion animals and the expression of noncognitive symptoms in Alzheimer's patients. J Nerv and Ment Disease (7) 39 Flynn, C. Battered women and their animal com-panions: Symbolic interaction between human and non-human animals.
Society & Animals, 8(2) 40 Barker, S., Barker, R. The Human. Notably, while the majority (73 percent) of primary-research articles explored the reasons for relinquishment [aggressive behaviors ( percent), moving/rental/housing issues ( percent) and caretaker personal issues (50 percent)], very few of them ( percent) investigated interventions to prevent relinquishment.
Clinician’s Guide to Treating Animal Companion Issues: Addressing Human-Animal Interaction is the first of its kind—a groundbreaking resource for mental health professionals who want the knowledge, skills and awareness to successfully work with pet-owning clients.
The book trains clinicians across multiple disciplines to feel more comfortable and confident addressing companion-related. 2 Sara C. Haden and Angela Scarpa, “Childhood Animal Cruelty: A Review of Research, Assessment, and Therapeutic Issues,” The Forensic Examiner 14 (): 3 lan R.
Felthous, M.D., “Aggression Against Cats, Dogs, and People,” Child Psychology and Human Development 10 (): The resulting RoB tool for animal studies contains 10 entries (Table 2).
These entries are related to 6 types of bias: selection bias, performance bias, detection bias, attrition bias, reporting bias and other biases. Items 1, 3, 8, 9 and 10 are in agreement with the items in the Cochrane RoB tool.
Animal Studies Bibliography. Linda Kalof, Seven Mattes, Amy Fitzgerald Animal Studies Program, Michigan State University. Animals as Companions. This category includes references that address the numerous issues related to the keeping of companion animals, such as the literature on the human-animal bond and the abuse of companion animals.
Mark Suchyta is a doctoral student in Sociology, specializing in Animal Studies and Environmental Science and holds a BA in Sociology from the University of Michigan and an MS in Rural Sociology from Penn State University. His research interests revolve around environmental attitudes, behaviors, and how to create platforms for public participation in environmental decision-making.
Comprehensive and up-to-date, this book makes a useful reference devoted to companion animals. It provides underpinning principles and time-tested practical information for those preparing for careers related to the health and quality of life of all creatures–with special emphasis on companion animals.
Chapter topics include choosing a dog or cat; companion birds, reptiles, Reviews: First, animal experiments must be replaced wherever possible by other methods such as mathematical modeling, or an in vitro biological system. Second, there must be a reduction in the number of animals used.
Only the number required to obtain reliable data must be used in an experiment.Future research must focus on a broad array of taxa, and not only give attention to those animals with whom we are familiar (e.g., companion animals) or those with whom we are closely related (nonhuman primates), animals to whom many of us freely attribute secondary emotions and a wide variety of moods.