2011

The Psychology of the Human-Animal Bond

A Resource for Clinicians and Researchers

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-9760-9 (Print) 978-1-4419-9761-6 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxii

  2. Contextual and Cultural Issues

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-24

      Introduction: Using Context to Inform Clinical Practice and Research

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      Pages 25-44

      British Animal Behaviour Studies in the Twentieth Century: Some Interdisciplinary Perspectives

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      Pages 45-61

      The History of Animal Ethics in Western Culture

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      Pages 63-80

      The Human–Animal Experience in Deep Historical Perspective

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      Pages 81-106

      Predator–Prey Relationships: What Humans Can Learn from Horses about Being Whole

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      Pages 107-122

      Lapdogs and Moral Shepherd’s Dogs: Canine and Paid Female Companions in Nineteenth-Century English Literature

  3. Psychological Issues of Attachment and Well-being

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 123-123

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      Pages 125-136

      Understanding the AAT Rx: Applications of AAI in Clinical Practice

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      Pages 137-149

      Self Psychology and the Human–Animal Bond: An Overview

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      Pages 151-165

      A Developmental Psychological Perspective on the Human–Animal Bond

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      Pages 167-177

      Pet Ownership and Health

  4. Bereavement, Loss, and Disenfranchised Grief

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 179-179

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      Pages 181-202

      Family-Present Euthanasia: Protocols for Planning and Preparing Clients for the Death of a Pet

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      Pages 203-224

      Life After Loss: Psychodynamic Perspectives on a Continuing Bonds Approach with “Pet Companion”

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      Pages 225-242

      Death of a Companion Animal: Understanding Human Responses to Bereavement

  5. Animal Rights, Abuse, and Neglect

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 243-243

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      Pages 245-262

      A Triad of Family Violence: Examining Overlap in the Abuse of Children, Partners, and Pets

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      Pages 263-273

      Urbanization and Animal Cruelty: What Role Does Utilitarianism Play?

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      Pages 275-287

      Broken Bonds: Understanding the Experience of Pet Relinquishment

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      Pages 289-305

      Children and Adolescents Who Are Kind to Animals

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      Pages 307-319

      Rational Emotions: Animal Rights Theory, Feminist Critiques and Activist Insight

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      Pages 321-332

      Abusing the Human–Animal Bond: On the Making of Fighting Dogs

  6. Tests, Measurements, and Current Research Issues

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      Pages 333-333

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      Pages 335-359

      The Pet Attitude Scale

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