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Anthrozoos is the journal of the International Society for Anthrozoology and is a vital forum for academic dialogue on human-animal relations. It is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal that has enjoyed a distinguished history as a pioneer in the field since its launch in 1987. The key premise of Anthrozoos is to address the characteristics and consequences of interactions and relationships between people and non-human animals across areas as varied as anthropology, ethology, medicine, psychology, veterinary medicine and zoology. Articles therefore cover the full range of human animal relations, from their treatment in the arts and humanities, through to behavioral, biological, social and health sciences..

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Volume 19, Number 1, 2006

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Editor's Thanks

Editor's Thanks
pp. 2-2(1)

Reviews and Research Reports

Animal science student attitudes to farm animal welfare
pp. 3-16(14)
Authors: Heleski, Camie R.; Zanella, Adroaldo J.

The value of a dog in a classroom of children with severe emotional disorders
pp. 35-49(15)
Authors: Anderson, Katherine L.; Olson, Myrna R.

Pet companionship and depression: Results from a United States Internet sample
pp. 50-64(15)
Authors: Beth Tower, Roni; Nokota, Maki

Labradors to Persians: Perceptions of pets in the workplace
pp. 65-78(14)
Authors: Perrine, Rose M.; Wells, Meredith

News and Analysis

New Books
pp. 79-79(1)

pp. 79-81(3)

In the Literature

In the Literature
pp. 82-93(12)

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