Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin (HAIB) is an open access, online, peer-reviewed publication devoted to the dissemination of research in the field of the interaction between non-human animals and their human counterparts. The mission of the Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin is to bring together researchers, academicians, clinicians/practitioners, and scholarly students working in different areas for the advancement of the human-animal interaction field.
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HAIB publishes peer-reviewed innovative, original, high-quality research articles including empirical and evidence-based methods (e.g., clinical, experimental and applied research), quantitative/empirical work, small sample size & single subject investigations, epidemiologic, and qualitative and descriptive investigations. In order to make the bulletin accessible to both practitioners and scientific researchers, contributions are encouraged from the broad spectrum of investigative techniques utilized by the social sciences and humanities.
All submissions to the bulletin undergo a blind review process, and those selected for publication are distributed electronically. We encourage interested researchers to submit a paper. Once submitted, we strive to provide authors feedback pertaining to publication decisions quickly.
We strongly believe that the open access format of Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin has clear benefits for the field of HAI. Open access means that all articles are free and universally accessible online at no cost. This widespread availability of articles significantly enhances readership, citations, and more importantly the rapid dissemination of information. We hope that unlimited access to the latest information on Human Animal Interaction research published in Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin will allow for a more rapid sharing of ideas providing for greater cross fertilization of those ideas in the various disciplines examining the topic.
NO PUBLICATION COSTS TO AUTHORS
We currently do not charge publication fees to authors.
PHOTOS & GRAPHICS ARE ENCOURAGED
Print journals are forced to limit the inclusion of this type of material, but we have no such limitations. We encourage authors to use visual aids that best relay the important characteristics of their study.