Effects of human-animal interactions on affect and cognition

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Description: This project investigates the effect of a brief interaction with a dog on positive and negative affect, stress, anxiety, attentional control, and working memory.

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Thayer, E.R. & Stevens, J.R. (2020). Effects of human-animal interactions on affect and cognition. Abstract: Both human-animal interaction and exposure to nature literatures attribute effects of animals and natural landscapes on improving human affect to biophilia---an innate affinity for nature. Yet the nature exposure literature extends this notion to explore the effects of nature on cognition. ...

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