Welcome to the Volume 3, Issue 2 of HAIB
Volume 3, No. 2: Pages i
Lori Kogan, Ph.D.
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
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.
"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
Oxytocin Responses after Dog and Cat Interactions Depend on Pet Ownership and May Affect Interpersonal Trust
Volume 3, No. 2: Pages 56-71
Benjamin A. Curry1, Brianne Donaldson2, Moana Vercoe1, Matthew Filippo3 & Paul J. Zak1,4
Book Review:"The Practice of Animal-Assisted Psychotherapy: An innovative modality for facilitating mental wellness"
Volume 3, No. 2: Pages 72-73
Book Review: "The $60,000 Dog: My Life with Animals"
Volume 3, No. 2: Pages 74-75