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Awaiting Publication Book Description Have you ever looked deep into the eyes of an animal and felt entirely known? Often, the connections we share with non-human animals represent our safest and most reliable relationships, offering unique and profound opportunities for healing in periods of hardship.
This book focuses on research developments, models, and practical applications of human-animal connection and animal-assisted intervention for diverse populations who have experienced trauma.
Physiological and psychological trauma are explored across three broad and interconnected domains: Contributing authors, who include international experts in the fields of trauma and human-animal connection, examine how our relationships with animals can help build resiliency and foster healing to transform trauma.
A myriad of animal species and roles, including companion, therapy, and service animals are discussed. Authors also consider how animals are included in a variety of formal and informal models of trauma recovery across the human lifespan, with special attention paid to canine- and equine-assisted interventions and psychotherapy.
In addition, authors emphasize the potential impacts to animals who provide trauma-informed services, and discuss how we can respect their participation and implement best practices and ethical standards to ensure their well-being. The reader is offered a comprehensive understanding of the history of research in this field, as well as the latest advancements and areas in need of further or refined investigation.
Likewise, authors explore, in depth, emerging practices and methodologies for helping people and communities thrive in the face of traumatic events and their long-term impacts. As animals are important in cultures all over the world, cross-cultural and often overlooked animal-assisted and animal welfare applications are also highlighted throughout the text.
About the Author s: His teaching, research, and scholarship focus on the bioaffiliative connection between people and animals, animal welfare, interpersonal violence and animal cruelty, social ecological justice, One Health, and bioethics. She previously served as research analyst and human-animal interaction specialist for the American Humane Association, where she managed a national and multiyear study on the effects of animal-assisted intervention for children with cancer, their parents, and participating therapy dogs.
Her background and primary interests center on human-animal relationships, animal welfare and behavior, veterinary medicine, social and ecological justice, and One Health.The Faculty, Researchers, and Graduate Students that make up the Center for Animal Welfare Science.
The Faculty, Researchers, and Graduate Students that make up the Center for Animal Welfare Science Dr. Cheng has been a research scientists at USDA-ARS LBRU and Purdue University for 13 years.
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Dr. Cheng’s research has been focused on animal. Purdue University’s College of Agriculture leads globally in the science and business of agriculture, food, life, and natural resources, positively changing the world through our unwavering commitment to excellence in serving the land grant missions of learning, discovery, and engagement.
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Browse by Series. Purdue Studies in Aeronautics and Astronautics Manuscripts are welcomed on all aspects of human-animal interaction and welfare, including therapy applications, public policy, and the application of humane ethics in managing our living resources.
For four decades the Purdue University Press series in Central European. The foundation for Canine Care Certified is the Standards of Care, developed in by recognized academic, animal science and veterinary medicine leaders in canine welfare and through research conducted by Dr.
Candace Croney, Ph.D. at the Purdue Center for Animal Welfare Science. New Directions in the Human-Animal Bond.
published by Purdue University Press in collaboration with Purdue University’s School of Veterinary Medicine, expands our knowledge of the interrelationships between people, animals, and their environment.
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