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Carlisle, G.K., Brosi, T., Craven, S., Deckert, E. & Tennison, A., (2021). Patients and their relationships with their companion animals: Veterinary collaboration and referral. Missouri Medicine.

Carlisle, G.K., Johnson, R.A., Koch, C.S., Lyons, L.A., Wang, Z., Bibbo, J. & Cheak-Zamora, N. (2021). Fecal cortisol, weight and behavior as measures of stress and welfare in shelter cats during assimilation into families of children with autism spectrum disorder. Frontiers in Veterinary Science

Johnson, R.A., Albright, D. L., Marzolf, J. R., Bibbo, J., Carlisle, G. K., Yaglom, H. D., Grindler, K., Willard, A., Harms, N., Wassman, M., & Russell, C. L.  (2021).  Veterans perceptions of therapeutic horseback riding for PTSD.  Clinical Nursing Research.

Carlisle, G.K., Johnson, R.A., Wang, Z., Bibbo, J., Cheak-Zamora, N., & Lyons, L.A. (2020). Exploratory study of cat adoption in families of children with autism: Impact on children’s social skills and anxiety, Journal of Pediatric Nursing. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.pedn.2020.11.011

Lamontagne, A., Johnson, R.A., Carlisle, G.K., Lyons, L.A., Bibbo, J.L., Koch, C., & Osterlind, S.J. (2020). Efficacy of the Feline Temperament Profile in evaluating sheltered cats for adoption into families of a child with autism spectrum disorder, Animal Studies Journal. 9(2), 21-55.

Carlisle, G.K., Johnson, R.A., Wang, Z., Brosi, T.C., Rife, E., & Hutchison, A. (2020). Exploring human-companion animal interaction in families of children with autism. Journal of Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10803-020-04390-x

Johnson, R.A., Albright, D. L., Marzolf, J. R., Bibbo, J. L., Yaglom, H. D., Crowder, S. M., Carlisle, G. M., Grindler, K., Willard, A., Wassman, M., Russell, C. L., & Osterlind, S.  (2018). Effects of therapeutic horseback riding on military veteran’s posttraumatic stress disorder. Military Medical Research Journal 5, 3. doi: 10.1186/s40779-018-0149-6.

White-Lewis, S., Russell, C., Johnson, R., Cheng, A.L., & McClain, N. (2017). Equine-assisted therapy intervention studies targeting physical symptoms in adults: A systematic review. Applied Nursing Research, 38C, 9-21. doi: 10.1016/j.apnr.2017.08.002

Johnson, R. A., Johnson, P. J., Megarani, D. V., Patel, S. D., Yaglom, H. D., Vogelweid, C. M., Parker, T. M., Pascua, C. K., & Crowder, S. M.  (2017). Horses working in therapeutic riding programs:  Cortisol, adrenocorticotropic hormone, glucose, and behavior stress indicators. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 57(2017) 77-85.

Carlisle, G.K., Johnson, R.A., Mazurek, M., Bibbo, J.L., Tocco, F. & Cameron, G.T. (2017). Companion animals in families of children with autism spectrum disorder: Lessons learned from caregivers. .Journal of Family Social Work. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/10522158.2017.1394413

Curl, A. L., Bibbo, J., & Johnson, R. A. (2016). Dog walking, the human–animal bond and older adults’ physical health. The Gerontologist, Doi: 10.1093/geront/gnw051.

Sahrmann, J., Niedbalski, A., Bradshaw, L., Johnson, R., and Deem, S. (2016).  Human health benefits associated with a touch tank experience at a zoological institution.  Zoo Biology.35, 4-13.

Holt, S., Johnson, R. A., Yaglom, H. D., & Brennan, C.  (2016). Animal assisted activity with older adult retirement facility residents:  The PAWSitive Visits program. Activities, Adaptation, & Aging, 39(4), 267-279.

Grandin, T., Fine, A.H., O’Haire, M.E., Carlisle, G., & Gabriels, R. The Roles of Animals for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. (2019).  A. Fine (Ed.), Handbook on Animal Assisted Therapy: Theoretical Foundations and Guidelines for Practice. Ch 18, New York: Elsevier.

Johnson, R. A. & Bibbo, J.  (2016). Human animal interaction in the aging boom.  In A. Fine (Ed.) Handbook on Animal Assisted Therapy: Theoretical Foundations and Guidelines for Practice. Ch 15, New York: Elsevier.

Zeltzman, P. & Johnson, R. A.  (2011).  Walk a hound, lose a pound:  How you and your dog can lose weight, stay fit and have fun together. West Lafayette, IN:  Purdue University Press.

Johnson, R. A., Beck, A. M., & McCune, S.  (2011).  The health benefits of dog-walking.  West Lafayette, IN:  Purdue University Press.

Johnson, R.A. & Bibbo, J. (2014). Relocation decisions and constructing the meaning of home: A phenomenological study of the transition into a nursing home. Journal of Aging Studies. 30: 56-63. doi: 10.1016/j.jaging.2014.03.005

Bibbo, J. (2013). Staff members’ perceptions of an animal-assisted activity. Oncology Nursing Forum. 40(4). doi: 10.1188/13.ONF.E320-E326

Carlisle, G.K. (2014). The social skills and attachment to dogs of children with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, DOI 10.1007/s10803-014-2267-7

Carlisle, G.K. (2014). Pet dog ownership decisions for parents of children with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 29(2), 114-123.

Johnson, R. A. (2013 In press). Promoting One Health:  The University of Missouri Research Center for Human Animal Interaction.  Missouri Medicine.

Zeltzman, P. & Johnson, R. A.  (2011). Walk a hound, lose a pound:  How you and your dog can lose weight, stay fit and have fun together. West Lafayette, IN:  Purdue University Press.

Johnson, R. A., Beck, A. M., & McCune, S.  (2011). The health benefits of dog-walking.  West Lafayette, IN:  Purdue University Press.

Johnson, R. A., Radina, M., & Popejoy, L.  (2010). Older adults’ participation in nursing home placement decisions. Clinical Nursing Research, 19(4), 358-375. doi: 10.1177/1054773810372990.

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Johnson, R. A., Rantz, M. J., McKenney, C. A., & Cline, K. M. (2008). TigerPlace: Training veterinarians about animal companionship for the elderly.  Journal of Veterinary Medical Education. 35(4), 511-513.

McKenney, C. A., & Johnson, R. A. (2008). Unleash the healing power of pet therapy.  American Nurse Today, 3(5), 29-31.

Johnson, R. A & Gayer, A.  (2008). Puppy love for older adults.  Journal of Gerontological Nursing. 34(1), 52-53.

Johnson, R. A., Meadows, R., Haubner, J., & Sevedge, K.  (2008). Animal assisted activity with cancer patients:  Effects on mood, fatigue, self-perceived health and sense of coherence.  Oncology Nursing Forum, 35(2), 225-232.

Johnson, R.  A.  (Guest Ed.).  (2003). Human-animal interaction and wellness.  American Behavioral Scientist.47(1), 5-102.

Johnson, R. A., Meadows, R. L., Haubner, J. S., & Sevedge, K.  (2003). Human-animal interaction:  A complementary/alternative medical intervention (CAM) for cancer patients.  American Behavioral Scientist, 47(1), 55-69.

Johnson, R. A.  (Guest Ed.).  (2002). Human-animal interaction research, Western Journal of Nursing Research, 24(6), 606-715.

Johnson, R. A., & Meadows, R. (2002). Older Latinos, pets and health. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 24(6), 609-620.

Johnson, R. A., Odendaal, J., & Meadows, R. (2002).  Animal assisted interventions research:  Issues and answers. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 24(4), 422-440. Johnson, R. A. (2002). Commentary: Human-animal interaction research as an area of inquiry in nursing. Western Journal of Nursing Research 24(6), 713-715.

Johnson, R., McKenney, C., & Meadows, R. (2005, Nov.). Companion animals as motivators for exercise participation. Paper presented at the 58th Annual Scientific Meeting, The Gerontological Society of America, Orlando, FL.

Johnson, R. A., & Meadows, R. (2000). Promoting wellness through Nurse-Veterinary collaboration. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 22(7), 773-775.

Johnson, R. A., & Meadows, R. L. (2000b). Animal-assisted activity and anxiety among cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy. Unpublished funded grant application.

Johnson, R. A., & Meadows, R. L. (2002). Older Latinos, pets and health. Western Journal of Nursing Research 24(6), 609-620.

Johnson, R. A., Odendaal, J. S., & Meadows, R. L. (2002). Animal assisted intervention research: Issues and answers. Western Journal of Nursing Research 24(4), 422-440.

Johnson, R. A.  (2003). Editorial:  Human-animal interaction, illness prevention and wellness promotion.  American Behavioral Scientist, 47(1), 5-6.

Johnson, R. A.  (2002).  Commentary:  Human-animal interaction research as an area of inquiry in nursing.  Western Journal of Nursing Research, 24(6), 713-715.

Johnson, R. A., & Meadows, R.  (2000). The nursing-veterinary bond: Promoting wellness through collaboration.  Western Journal of Nursing Research, 22(7), 773-775.

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