Humane education presentations are an increasingly popular way for animal advocates to introduce young people to issues related to animals. Studies are being conducted into the efficacy of humane education [...] READ MORE
This article describes two studies of children that explore the connection between assumptions of human superiority to animals and racism. White Canadian 6-10 year olds attributed more "uniquely human" characteristics [...] READ MORE
Animal assisted therapy is an underused program with research suggesting that it assists teenage trauma survivors increase trust in relationships. Further research should be done in AAT to determine its [...] READ MORE
Researchers have concluded that although childhood experiences with companion animals increases empathy, the childhood experience itself did not translate into reduced consumption of animals as food. READ MORE
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