HAI Bulletin Articles

Volume 1, No. 1

  1. From the Editor - Welcome to the first issue of Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin!

    Volume 1, No. 1: Pages i

    Lori Kogan, Ph.D.


  2. Experimental Trial Demonstrates Positive Effects of Equine Facilitated Learning on Child Social Competence

    Volume 1, No. 1: Pages 1-19

    Patricia Pendry & Stephanie Roeter


  3. Do Dog Behavioral Characteristics Predict the Quality of the Relationship between Dogs and Their Owners?

    Volume 1, No. 1: Pages 20-37

    Christy L. Hoffman & Pan Chen1, James A. Serpell2 & Kristen C. Jacobson3


  4. Raising Canine: Cross-Species Parallels in Parental Investment

    Volume 1, No. 1: Pages 38-54

    Eric T. Steiner & N. Clayton Silver, Pam Hall, Chantal Downing, Dominic Hurton & Peter B. Gray


Volume 1, No. 2

  1. From the Editor - Welcome to the Second Issue of HAIB

    Volume 1, No. 2: Pages i

    Lori Kogan, Ph.D.


  2. Children's Preferences for Infantile Features in Dogs and Cats

    Volume 1, No. 2: Pages 1-15

    Marta Borgi & Francesca Cirulli


  3. Acculturation - Perceptions of breed differences in behavior of the dog (Canis familiaris)

    Volume 1, No. 2: Pages 16-33

    Tracey Clarke, Jonathan Cooper & Daniel Mills


  4. Factors and Convergent Validity of The Pet Attachment and Life Impact Scale (PALS)

    Volume 1, No. 2: Pages 34-56

    Lisa DeMarni Cromer1 & M. Rose Barlow2


Volume 2, No. 1

  1. From the Editor - Welcome to Volume 2, No. 1 of HAIB

    Volume 2, No. 1: Pages i

    Lori Kogan, Ph.D.


  2. Becoming Relationally Effective: High-Risk Boys in Animal-Assisted Therapy

    Volume 2, No. 1: Pages 1-18

    Abbey Ann Schneider, Josie Rosenberg, Megan Baker, Nate Melia, Ben Granger, and Zeynep Biringen


  3. Equine Assisted Social Work as a Mean for Authentic Relations Between Clients and Staff

    Volume 2, No. 1: Pages 19-38

    Catharina Carlsson1, Daniel Nilsson Ranta2 & Bente Traeen3


  4. A Therapist's Guide to Treating Grief after the Loss of a Pet: A Three-Tier Model

    Volume 2, No. 1: Pages 38-58

    Tamara A. K. Miller, Maurice F. Prout, Mary Rourke, Carin Lefkowitz, & Bret Boyer


Volume 3, No. 1

  1. Welcome to the Volume 3, Issue 1 of HAIB

    Volume 3, No. 1: Pages i

    Lori Kogan, Ph.D.


  2. Influence of Biographical Variables and Academic Background on Attitudes towards Animal-Assisted Interventions

    Volume 3, No. 1: Pages 1-10

    J. Lopez-Cepero,1,2, M.A. Perea-Mediavilla2, J.L. Sarasola3 & A. Tejada2


  3. Assessing Attitudes Towards Animal Assisted Therapy among Students and Faculty in American Psychological Association Accredited Programs

    Volume 3, No. 1: Pages 11-27

    Kendra Thew, Lindsey Marco, Phyllis Erdman, and Blanca Idalia Caro


  4. Earliest Memories of Pets Predict Adult Attitudes: Phenomenological, Structural, and Textual Analyses

    Volume 3, No. 1: Pages 28-51

    Philip H. Marshall1, Molly E. Ireland1 & Audrey A. Dalton2


Volume 3, No. 2

  1. Welcome to the Volume 3, Issue 2 of HAIB

    Volume 3, No. 2: Pages i

    Lori Kogan, Ph.D.


  2. His Bark is Worse than His Bite: Perceptions and Rationalization of Canine Aggressive Behavior

    Volume 3, No. 2: Pages 1-20

    Rachel Orritt, Harriet Gross & Todd Hogue


  3. The Impact of an Equine Facilitated Learning Program on Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Volume 3, No. 2: Pages 21-36

    Erdman, P., Miller, D. & Jacobson, S.


  4. "Before, he fought every day with the horse and with me": Reducing Violence in a Guatemalan Community through a Horse-Handling Program

    Volume 3, No. 2: Pages 37-55

    Gibbons, J.L.1, Cunningham, C.A.2, Paiz2, L. Poelker, K.E.1 & Montufar Cardenas, M.A3


Volume 4, No. 1

  1. Welcome to HAIB Volume 4, No 1

    Volume 4, No. 1: Pages i

    Lori Kogan, Ph.D.


  2. Animal-Assisted Therapy for Youth: A Systematic Methodological Critique

    Volume 4, No. 1: Pages 1-18

    Dana. K. May1, Nicholas P. Seivert1, Annmarie Cano1, Rita J. Casey1 & Amy Johnson2


  3. Shelter-Specific Occupational Stress among Employees in Animal Shelters

    Volume 4, No. 1: Pages 19-38

    Margaret Schneider & Jesse Roberts


  4. Face Processing of Animal and Human Static Stimuli by Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Pilot Study

    Volume 4, No. 1: Pages 39-53

    Marine Grandgeorge1,2, Céline Degrez2, Zarrin Alavi3 & Eric Lemonnier2,4


Volume 4, No. 2

  1. Welcome to HAIB Volume 4, No 2

    Volume 4, No. 2: Pages i

    Lori Kogan, Ph.D.


  2. "Dog Moms" Use Authoritative Parenting Styles

    Volume 4, No. 2: Pages 1-16

    Shelley Volsche & Peter Gray


  3. Who Do Parrots Talk To? Agreeableness and a Serious Approach Increase the Production of Word-like Utterances by African Grey Parrots

    Volume 4, No. 2: Pages 17-37

    Jitka Lindova¡


  4. Effects of Pet Dogs for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and their Families: Expectations versus Reality

    Volume 4, No. 2: Pages 38-58

    Hannah Wright1, Sophie Hall1, Annette Hames1, Jessica Hardiman1,2, Aaron Burgess1, PAWS Team2, Richard Mills3 & Daniel Mills1


Volume 5, No. 2

  1. Pets on Campus: Best Friend or Bad Decision?

    Volume 5, No. 2: Pages 1-12

    Lauren Highfill & Miranda Goodman-Wilson


  2. Enactive Anthrozoology: Toward an integrative theoretical model for understanding the therapeutic relationships between humans and animals

    Volume 5, No. 2: Pages 13-35

    Theo Verheggen, Marie-Jose Enders-Slegers & Jannes Eshuis


  3. Acquiring a Dog and Walking It: A Preliminary Examination of the Possible Physical Activity and Health Benefits

    Volume 5, No. 2: Pages 36-60

    Nikolina M. Duvall Antonacopoulos & Timothy A. Pychyl


  4. Animal-assisted therapy in the view of staff members before and after implementation in a rehabilitation clinic

    Volume 5, No. 2: Pages 61-73

    Karin Hediger1,2,3,4 & Margret Hund-Georgiadis4


Volume 6, No. 1

  1. Examining the impact of a brief human-canine interaction on stress and attention

    Volume 6, No. 1: Pages 1-13

    Jonathan B. Banks1, Caitlin McCoy1 & Courtney Trzcinski2


  2. Treating Pets Well: The Role of Attachment Anxiety and Avoidance

    Volume 6, No. 1: Pages 14-31

    Anthony E. Coy1 & Jeffrey D. Green2


  3. Development of the Bonding with Dog Checklist (BoDC)

    Volume 6, No. 1: Pages 32-46

    Sarah C. Martinez1, Annmarie Cano1, Rita J. Casey1, Amy Johnson2, Dana May1 & Lee H. Wurm1


  4. Human-Animal Interaction and Metaphor in Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy: Empirical Support for the EAGALA Model

    Volume 6, No. 1: Pages 47-63

    Angela K. Fournier1, Elizabeth A. Letson2, Thomas D. Berry3 & Emma Leigh Pasiuk1


Volume 6, No. 2

  1. Perceptions of a therapist using animal assisted therapy in an analogue brochure study: Is there a halo effect?

    Volume 6, No. 2: Pages 1-16

    Chris Blazina1 & Lori Kogan2


  2. Household Cats and Children's Mental Health

    Volume 6, No. 2: Pages 17-24

    Moira R. Riley1, Bonita Gibb & Anne Gadomski2


  3. An Examination of the Possible Physical Activity and Short-Term Health Benefits Associated With Dog Walking

    Volume 6, No. 2: Pages 25-43

    Nikolina M. Duvall Antonacopoulos & Timothy A. Pychyl


  4. The effects of dog-owner relationship on perceived stress and happiness

    Volume 6, No. 2: Pages 44-57

    Monica Teresa Gonzalez-Ramirez, Lucia del Carmen Quezada-Berumen, Minerva Vanegas-Farfano & René Landero-Hernandez


Volume 6, No. 3

  1. Human-Animal Interaction Interdisciplinary Centers and Institutes: A Decade of Progress

    Volume 6, No. 3: Pages 1-2

    Marguerite E. O'Haire & Alan M. Beck


  2. Overview of Centers and Institutes for Human-Animal Interaction in the United States

    Volume 6, No. 3: Pages 3-22

    Marguerite E. O'Haire1, Jessica Bibbo1, Christy L. Hoffman2, Megan K. Mueller3, Zenithson Y. Ng4 & Virginia A. Buechner-Maxwell5


  3. Animal-Assisted Interventions: Taxonomy and Best Practices

    Volume 6, No. 3: Pages 24-36

    Melissa Y. Winkle1 & Deborah E. Linder2


  4. Guide to Human-Animal Interaction Education

    Volume 6, No. 3: Pages 37-46

    Phyllis Erdman1, Megan. R. LaFollette2, Netzin G. Steklis3, H. Dieter Steklis3, Monique Germone4 & Lori R. Kogan5


Volume 7, No. 1

  1. Impact of adaptive devices on horses, assisting persons, and riders with cerebral palsy in a therapeutic riding program

    Volume 7, No. 1: Pages 1-23

    Lana Kaiser1, Mathew J. Edick6, Katherine Smith Buckler1, Camie Heleski2, Sherman Gorbis3, Bonnie DePue6, Liz Lewis2 & LeeAnn J. Kaiser5


  2. Behavioral and Physiological Effects of Equine-assisted Early Intervention for Mother- Child Dyads with Insecure Attachment

    Volume 7, No. 1: Pages 24-37

    Denise V. Hebesberger1, Andrea Beetz 2 & Kurt Kotrschal 3


  3. The Psychological Processes Involved in the Development of a High-Quality Relation with one's Dog

    Volume 7, No. 1: Pages 38-57

    Lonneke Vinka  & Arie Dijkstra


  4. Homelessness and Animal Companionship in Bloomington, Indiana

    Volume 7, No. 1: Pages 58-76

    Christine H. Kim


Volume 7, No. 2

  1. Attachment to Dogs and Cats in Germany. Translation of the Lexington Attachment to Pets Scale (LAPS) and description of the pet owning population in Germany

    Volume 7, No. 2: Pages 1-18

    Benedikt Hielscher1,2, Udo Ganslouer2 & Ingo Froboese1


  2. The Knowledge of Animals as Food Scale

    Volume 7, No. 2: Pages 19-45

    Silke Feltz & Adam Feltz


  3. No pets allowed: Landlord attitudes towards pets in a small Canadian city

    Volume 7, No. 2: Pages 46-69

    Carla Krachun*1 McLennon J. G. Wilson2 & Joshua Hoddinott3


  4. Canine Complements to Psychological First Aid

    Volume 7, No. 2: Pages 70-80

    Yvonne Eaton-Stull1 & Craig Sewall 2


Volume 8, No. 1

  1. Animal-Assisted Activities for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

    Volume 8, No. 1

    Page Walker Buck & Angela Lavery


  2. Rationalizing the Many Uses of Animals: Application of the 4N Justifications Beyond Meat

    Volume 8, No. 1: Pages 1-22

    Jared Piazza, Lucy Cooper, & Shannon Slater-Johnson


  3. Examining the Effect of an Animal-Assisted Intervention on Patient Distress in Outpatient Cystoscopy

    Volume 8, No. 1: Pages 23-37

    Sandra Barker1, Sarah Krzastek1, 3, Rebecca Vokes1, 5, Christine Schubert2, Lauren Folgosa Cooley1, 4 & Lance J. Hampton1


  4. The Relationship Between Humane Interactions with Animals, Empathy, and Prosocial Behavior among Children

    Volume 8, No. 1: Pages 38-49

    Matthew Wice1, Namrata Goyal2, Nicole Forsyth3, Karly Noel3 & Emanuele Castano4