Pets and People

The Psychology of Pet Ownership
Gunter, Barrie (Book - 1999)
Pets and People

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In an examination of the relationship between pets and people, Barrie Gunter illustrates the many psychological benefits that animal companionship can bestow upon us; providing security for the anxious, companionship for the lonely and status symbols for the image conscious. This book examines the phenomenon of pet ownership and the importance placed upon this strange relationship by people in modern society.
Authors: Gunter, Barrie
Title: Pets and people
the psychology of pet ownership
Publisher: London : Whurr Publishers, 1999
Characteristics: vi, 162 p. ;,24 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Barrie Gunter, Adrian Furnham
Additional Contributors: Furnham, Adrian
ISBN: 1861561164
Branch Call Number: 636.0887 G977p 1999
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references
Subject Headings: Pet owners Psychology Pets Social aspects Pets Behavior Human-animal relationships
Topical Term: Pet owners
Human-animal relationships
LCCN: 00363643
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