Paternal Behavior: A Comparative Approach
HAIRI: Human-Animal Interaction Research Initiative
Currently our focus is on the function of PLAY
Objectives of this project:
This research is funded by the University of Arizona's
John & Doris Norton Fathers, Parenting, and Families Initiative,
Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth, & Families
More information and updates can be found on the project website.
Animal Cognition: Implications for Animal Ethics
Equine Assisted Therapy Research Group
Our purpose is to understand Human Nature by integrating biological, behavioral, and social sciences through the unifying principles of evolutionary theory.
Wild Minds LLC
Equine Assisted Therapy: Testing the Efficacy
Dian Fossey was keenly sensitive to animals, but not so tactful with her fellow humans. Can a person have high empathy for animals and low empathy for humans?
Could Fossey exemplify a new
Our research is investigating this question.
Check our project website.
Do gorillas, like humans, have a right to exist?
Our claim is that a species’ value or rights should at least partly be determined from our knowledge of the workings of its mind.... Read our article
by Katherine Cudney
Seri Indians: Social Structure & Allocare
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