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Kazdin, A.E. (2011). Establishing the effectiveness of animal-assisted therapies: Methodological standards, issues, and strategies. In P. McCardle, S. McCune, J. A. Griffin, & V. Maholmes (Eds.), How animals affect us: Examining the influence of human-animal interaction on child development and human health (pp. 35-51). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Rabbitt, S., Kazdin, A.E., & Hong, J. (2014). Acceptability of animal-assisted therapy: Attitudes toward AAT, psychotherapy, and medication for the treatment of child disruptive behavioral problems. Anthrozoös, 27, 335-350.
Crossman, M.K., & Kazdin, A.E. (2015). Animal visitation programs in colleges and universities: An efficient model for reducing student stress. In A. Fine (Ed.), Handbook on Animal-Assisted Therapy: Theoretical Foundations and Guidelines for Practice (4th ed.). Burlington, MA: Academic Press.
Kazdin, A.E. (2015). Methodological standards and strategies for establishing the evidence base of animal-assisted therapies. In A.H. Fine (Ed.), Handbook on animal-assisted therapy: Theoretical foundations and guidelines for applying animal-assisted interventions (4th ed.). New York, NY: Elsevier.
Rabbitt, S.M., Kazdin, A.E., & Scassellati, B. (2015). Integrating socially assistive robotics into mental healthcare interventions: applications and recommendations for expanded use. Clinical Psychology Review, 35, 35-46.
Crossman, M.K., & Kazdin, A.E. (in press). Letter to the editor: Additional evidence is needed to recommend acquiring a dog to families of children with autism spectrum disorder: A response to Wright and colleagues. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
Crossman, M.K., Kazdin, A.E., & Knudson, K. (in press). Brief unstructured interaction with a dog reduces distress. Anthrozoös.
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Crossman, M.K. (2014, August). Therapy dogs in university settings: Prevalence, supporting evidence, and future directions. Poster presented at the Division 17 Student Poster Session at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.
Crossman, M.K. (2015, February). Using interactions with animals to reduce the burden of mental illness. Invited talk presented at the Yale University School of Medicine. New Haven, CT.
Kazdin, A.E. (2015, April). Animal-assisted interventions: Strategies to improve the evidence base. Presented at the Workshop on Animal-Assisted Interventions in Special Populations, MARS/National Institute of Child Health and Development, Bethesda, MD.
Crossman, M.K., Kazdin, A.E., & Knudson, K. (2015, May). Brief interactions with a dog reduce stress: A proof of concept study. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Association of Psychological Science, New York, NY.
Crossman, M.K., & Kazdin, A.E. (2015, July). Using interactions with animals to reduce psychological distress: A review. Paper presented at the 24th annual conference of the International Society of Anthrozoology, Saratoga Springs, NY.