Wirkung der Heimtierhaltung

Links und Literaturangaben



Angulo, E. und Courchamp, F. (2009): Rare species are valued big time. PloS One 4 (4): e5215.

Bergler, Reinhold: Wellensittiche in Altenheimen. Die Veränderung des Lebensstils und der Lebensqualität. In Forschungskreis Heimtiere in der Gesellschaft.

Borgi, M. und Cirulli, F. (2015): Attitudes toward Animals among Kindergarten Children: Species Preferences. Anthrozoos 28 (1): 45–59.

Chandroo, K. P., Duncan, I. J. und Moccia, R. D. (Hrsg.) (2004): Can fish suffer?: perspectives on sentience, pain, fear and stress. (36th International Congress of the International-Society-for-Applied-Ethology CY AUG, 2003. 36th International Congress of the International-Society-for-Applied-Ethology CY AUG, 2003 Nr. 86. . ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 225-250.

Christley, R. M., Murray, J. K., Anderson, K. L., Buckland, E. L., Casey, R. A., Harvey, N. D., Harris, L., Holland, K. E., McMillan, K. M., Mead, R., Owczarczak-Garstecka, S. C. und Upjohn, M. M. (2020): Impact of the First COVID-19 Lockdown on Management of Pet Dogs in the UK. Animals.

Clements H, Valentin S, Jenkins N, Rankin J, Baker JS, Gee N, Snellgrove D, Sloman K. (2019): The effects of interacting with fish in aquariums on human health and well-being: A systematic review. PLoS One. 14(7):e0220524. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0220524. PMID: 31356652; PMCID: PMC6663029.

Cottle, L., Tamir, D., Hyseni, M., Bühler, D. und Lindemann-Matthies, P. (2010): Feeding live prey to Zoo animals: Response of Zoo visitors in Switzerland. Zoo Biol. 29 (3): 344–350.

Craig, A. D. (2009): How do you feel - now? The anterior insula and human awareness. Nature (10): 59–70.

Daly, B. und Morton, L. L. (2006): An investigation of human-animal interactions and empathy as related to pet preference, ownership, attachment, and attitudes in children. Anthrozoos 19 (2): 113–127.

Daly, B. und Suggs, S. (2010): Teachers' experiences with humane education and animals in the elementary classroom: implications for empathy development. J. Moral Education 39 (1): 101–112.

Finka, L. R., Luna, S. P., Brondani, J. T., Tzimiropoulos, Y., McDonagh, J., Farnworth, M. J., Ruta, M. und Mills, D. S. (2019): Geometric morphometrics for the study of facial expressions in non-human animals, using the domestic cat as an exemplar. Sci. Rep. 9 (1): 9883.

Finka, L. R., Ward, J., Farnworth, M. J. und Mills, D. S. (2019): Owner personality and the wellbeing of their cats share parallels with the parent-child relationship. PloS One 14 (2): e0211862.

Fraser, G., Huang, Y., Robinson, K., Wilson, M. S., Bulbulia, J. und Sibley, C. G. (2020): New Zealand Pet Owners’ Demographic Characteristics, Personality, and Health and Wellbeing: More Than Just a Fluff Piece. Anthrozoos 33 (4): 561–578.

Friedman, E., Katcher, A. H., Lynch, J. J., & Thomas, S. A. (1980). Animal-Companions and 1-year-survival of Patients after Discharge from a Coronary Care Unit. In Public Health Reports, 95 (4), 307-312.

Gosling, S. D. und Bonnenburg, A. V. (1998): An Integrative Approach to Personality Research in Anthrozoology: Ratings of Six Species of Pets and their Owners. Anthrozoos 11 (3): 148–156.

Greiffenhagen, Sylvia (2008). Altwerden mit Tieren. Positive Einflüsse tiergestützter Aktivitäten bei geriatrischen Patienten. In Erfahrungsheilkunde, 57(10): 590-597

Halbreich, E. D. und Mueller, M. K. (2022): Profiles of family pet ownership during the COVID-19 pandemic. Curr. Psychol.: 1–5.

Headey, Bruce and Markus M. Grabka (2007): Pets and human health in Germany and Australia: National Longitudinal Results. In: Social Indicators Research. Vol. 80, No. 2, January, p. 297 – 311 (online publication of Friday, May 12, 2006).

Herzog, H. A. (2007): Gender differences in human-animal interactions: A review. Anthrozoos 20 (1).

Herzog, H. A. (2011): The Impact of Pets on Human Health and Psychological Well-Being. Curr. Dir. Psychol. Sci. 20 (4): 236–239.

Herzog, H. A. (2014): Biology, Culture, and the Origins of Pet-Keeping. Anim. Behav. Cognition 1 (3): 296.

Hoff, Tanja und Bergler, Reinhold (2006). Heimtiere und schulisches Leistungs- und Sozialverhalten. In Forschungskreis Heimtiere in der Gesellschaft.

Jones, A. G., Skolnick, A. J. und Anderson, M. J. (2021): Interaction with Caged Budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus) Enhances Human Affect. Anthrozoös 34 (1): 127–138.

Julius, Henri, Beetz, Andrea, Kotrschal, Kurt, Turner, Dennis C., Uvnäs-Moberg, Kerstin (2014): Bindung zu Tieren. Psychologische und neurobiologische Grundlagen tiergestützter Interventionen, Hogrefe.

Mathews, S. und Herzog, H. A. (1997): Personality and Attitudes toward the Treatment of Animals. Soc. Animals 5 (2): 169–175.

McCall, C. und Singer, T. (2012): The animal and human neuroendocrinology of social cognition, motivation and behavior. Nature Neuroscience 15 (5): 681–688.

Mealer, R. G., Williams, S. E., Daly, M. J., Scolnick, E. M., Cummings, R. D. und Smoller, J. W. (2020): Glycobiology and schizophrenia: a biological hypothesis emerging from genomic research. Molecular psychiatry.

Measey, J., Basson, A., Rebelo, A. D., Nunes, A. L., Vimercati, G., Louw, M. und Mohanty, N. P. (2019): Why Have a Pet Amphibian? Insights From YouTube. Front. Ecol. Evol. 7: 13003. 52.

Möring-Sack, A. (2017-02-28): Wenn es Kindern „tierisch gut“ geht: Wie Tiere die kindliche Entwicklung stärken können (Bachelor-Thesis). Department Soziale Arbeit, Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften Hamburg, 72 Seiten.

Pasmans, F., Hellebuyck, T., Martel, A., Bogaerts, S., Braeckman, J., Cunningham, A. A., Griffiths, R. A., Sparreboom, M. und Schmidt, B. R. (2017): Future of keeping pet reptiles and amphibians: Towards integrating animal welfare, human health and environmental sustainability. Vet. Rec. 181 (17): 450.

Odendaal, Johannes (2003): Pets and our mental health: the why, the what and the how. In Journal of the South African Veterinary Association. 74. 10.4102/jsava.v74i2.507.

Olbrich, Erhard & Otterstedt, Carola (Hrsg.) (2003): Menschen brauchen Tiere. Grundlagen und Praxis der tiergestützten Pädagogik und Therapie. Stuttgart: Kosmos.

Otterstedt, Carola (2001), Tiere als therapeutische Begleiter. Gesundheit und Lebensfreude durch Tiere - eine praktische Anleitung. Stuttgart: Kosmos.

Otterstedt, Carola (2007), Mensch und Tier im Dialog. Kommunikation und artgerechter Umgang mit Haus- und Nutztieren. Methoden der tiergestützten Arbeit und Therapie. Stuttgart: Kosmos.

Proctor, H. S. (2012): Animal sentience: Where are we and where are we heading? Animals 2 (4): 628–639.

Proctor, H. S., Carder, G. und Cornish, A. R. (2013): Searching for Animal Sentience: A Systematic Review of the Scientific Literature. Animals 3 (3): 882–906.

Prokop, P. und Tunnicliffe, S. D. (2010): Effects of having pets at home on children's attitudes toward popular and unpopular animals. Anthrozoos 23 (1): 21–35.

Robinson, J. (2008): Empathy and Prosocial Behavior. In: : Encyclopedia of Infant and Early Childhood Development. Elsevier: 441–450.

Serpell, J. (1991). Beneficial effects of pet ownership on some aspects of human health and behaviour. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. 84, 717 – 720.

Stevenson, M. P., Dewhurst, R., Schilhab, T. und Bentsen, P. (2019): Cognitive Restoration in Children Following Exposure to Nature: Evidence From the Attention Network Task and Mobile Eye Tracking. Front. Psychol. 10: 42.

Taylor, N. und Signal, T. D. (2005): Empathy and attitudes to animals. Anthrozoos Nr. 18. . (Anthrozoos. PURDUE UNIV PRESS, W LAFAYETTE, 18 Seiten.

Vidović, V. V., Štetić, V. V. und Bratko, D. (1999): Pet Ownership, Type of Pet and Socio-Emotional Development of School Children. Anthrozoos 12 (4): 211–217.

Wells, D. L. (2009): The Effects of Animals on Human Health and Well-Being. J. Soc. Issues 65 (3): 523–543.

Wells, D. L. (2019): The State of Research on Human–Animal Relations: Implications for Human Health. Anthrozoös 32 (2): 169–181.

Wood, L., Giles-Corti, B. und Bulsara, M. (2005): The pet connection: Pets as a conduit for social capital? Social Science & Medicine 61 (6): 1159–1173.

Zepp, Rolf; Müller, Johanna; Fichtel, Kathrin (2015): Heimtiere und Gesundheit, Mars GmbH, Verden