Angeline Siegel

Angeline Siegel
The Animal Wellness Institute · www.theanimalwellnessinstitute.org

M.Sc., Ph.D.
Theoretical development of the concept Animal Wellness and applied tools to track individual, as well as group dynamics.

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Introduction
My long-term research goal is to illuminate the intrinsic elements of human-animal flourishing in order to develop evidence-based applications aimed at cultivating these benefits. Flourishing is an essential part of life warranting critical consideration within a variety of conservation decisions and human-animal research. My work encompasses both the theoretical and empirical aspects of how flourishing interacts with health and well-being.
Education
June 2011 - April 2015
Saybrook University
Field of study
  • Mind-Body Medicine, Specializing in Anthrozoology
September 2009 - August 2011
Saybrook University
Field of study
  • Mind-Body Medicine, Specialization in Anthrozoology
September 1990 - May 1993
Temple University
Field of study
  • Cognitive Psychology

Publications

Publications (3)
Research
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Little is known about the scientist-animal relationship; therefore, the aim of this study was to learn how moments of intersubjectivity, or “oneness” are created and experienced by scientists. It is by appreciating the risks and vulnerabilities intrinsic to human-animal relationships that propel the present investigation. The current cultural bias...
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This pilot study examined the potential stress reduction benefits produced by both play and exposure to a novel forest condition in five average dogs. Studies on the effects of Shinrin-yoku (forest-bathing) on urban city dwellers have described significant decreases in cortisol, blood pressure, heart rate, and sympathetic nerve activity after only...
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Defining the interactive and subjective elements responsible for canine well-being are routinely missed in the literature. Since the human-animal bond is known to influence health and well-being factors in both participants, this study focused on describing and understanding the elements within positive play between guardians and their canine compa...

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I am exploring the intersubjective experience of researchers focused on human-animal and animal-focused topics. Outside of Sanders, Churchill, and Dutton I haven't come across any in this new topic, therefore any additional citations would be appreciated.
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I will be analyzing qualitative data (interviews and field notes) with survey derived quantitative data.

Projects

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Archived project
To identify and understand the veterinary wellness needs of underserved and low income pet families in San Diego county. Work resulting in recommendations to San Diego Humane Society that will positively impact community animal health and increase access to services.