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A Study on Application Plan and Research Direction Proposal of Domestic Therapy Agriculture through Review of Animal-Assisted Therapy
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A Study on Application Plan and Research Direction Proposal of Domestic Therapy Agriculture through Review of Animal-Assisted Therapy
Kim, Dae-Sik; Lee, Young-Ran; Park, Hee-Geun; Pipit, Pitriani; Li, Wei; Yi, Gwang-Min; Jung, Sung-Gu; Park, Jong-Gu; Kim, Kyung-Il; Lee, Wang-Lok;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to review of animal-assisted therapy. Method: Animal-assisted therapies (AATs) in domestic and international studies (68 cases) were analyzed by searching databases, KERIS & KISS, and the Pub MED(NCBI). Result: In AATs, a few animals were used for the various disease or disorder. Dog centered therapies were most common.. AATs were used in the various disorder and disease. For the psychological effect, majority of the outcome variables were depression and anxiety. For the physical effect, the most outcome variables were blood pressure, heart rate, and stress hormone. However, These results show that AATs were confined to specific areas such as sensation-centered therapies. Conclusion: AATs had positive effects both in physical and psychological factors even if the study areas have not been applied to the various condition. The further research is needed to identify scientific grounds for the effects of the interventions through various therapies.
 Keywords
Animal-Assisted Therapy;Physical factor;Psychological factor;
 Language
Korean
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