Companion animals in human health /

Exactly how do animals affect the quality of life of their human companions? The 7th International Conference on Animals, Health, and Quality of Life set out to explore this question. A major result of this quest was Companion Animals in Human Health, a careful selection of jurored and invited paper...

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Other Authors: Wilson, Cindy C., Turner, Dennis C., 1948-
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Language:English
Published: Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications, ©1998.
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505 0 |a Foreword / Leo K. Bustad -- 1. Effects of Pet Contact on Human Well-Being: Review of Recent Research / Thomas F. Garrity and Lorann Stallones -- 2. Perspectives on Animal-Assisted Activities and Therapy / Linda Hines and Maureen Fredrickson -- 3. Hippotherapy and Therapeutic Riding: An International Review / Jane Copeland Fitzpatrick and Jean M. Tebay -- 4. A Conceptual Framework for Human-Animal Interaction Research: The Challenge Revisited / Cindy C. Wilson -- 5. Models for Measuring Quality of Life: Implications for Human-Animal Interaction Research / Ivan Barofsky and Andrew Rowan -- 6. A Theoretical Basis for Health Benefits of Pet Ownership: Attachment Versus Psychological Support / Glyn M. Collis and June McNicholas -- 7. Loneliness, Stress, and Human-Animal Attachment Among Older Adults / Carolyn P. Keil -- 8. The Relationship Between Attachment to Companion Animals and Self-Esteem: A Developmental Perspective / Sandra Lookabaugh Triebenbacher -- 9. Blind People and Their Dogs: An Empirical Study on Changes in Everyday Life, in Self-Experience, and in Communication / Melanie C. Steffens and Reinhold Bergler -- 10. Animals and Cardiovascular Health / Garry L.R. Jennings, Christopher M. Reid and Irene Christy [and others] -- 11. Could Type A (Coronary Prone) Personality Explain the Association Between Pet Ownership and Health? / June McNicholas and Glyn M. Collis -- 12. Pet Ownership, Social Support, and One-Year Survival After Acute Myocardial Infarction in the Cardiac Arrhythmia Suppression Trial (CAST) Erika Friedmann and Sue A. Thomas -- 13. The Effect of a Therapy Dog on Socialization and Physiological Indicators of Stress in Persons Diagnosed With Alzheimer's Disease / Kathryn Batson, Barbara McCabe and Mara M. Baun [and others] -- 14. The Role of Companion Animals in Human Development / Gail F. Melson -- 15. Impact of Pet Ownership on the Well-Being of Adolescents With Few Familial Resources / Nancy M. Bodmer -- 16. The Importance of Training Standards and Policy for Service Animals / Susan L. Duncan -- 17. Companion Animal Welfare in Private and Institutional Settings / Robert Hubrecht and Dennis C. Turner. 
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