Publications by: Jessica Lee Oliva

Also publishes as (Jessica Oliva, Jessica L. Oliva, J.L. Oliva)

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Gibson, Paris Emmanuelle, and Oliva, Jessica Lee (2021) Public perceptions of Australian assistance dogs: happier and better used than companion dogs. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science. (In Press)

Oliva, Jessica, and Green, Tim Robert (2021) Dog tales: mindful dog interactions evoke similar experiences to dog assisted mindfulness meditations. Animals, 11 (7). 104.

Mengoli, Manuel, Oliva, Jessica, Mendonca, Tiago, Chabaud, Camille, Arroub, Sana, Lafont-Lecuelle, Celine, Cozzi, Alessandro, Pageat, Patrick, and Bienboire-Frosini, Cecile (2021) Neurohormonal profiles of assistance dogs compared to pet dogs: what is the impact of different lifestyles? Animals, 11 (9). 2594.

Oliva, Jessica Lee, and Johnston, Kim Louise (2021) Puppy love in the time of Corona: dog ownership protects against loneliness for those living alone during the COVID-19 lockdown. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 67 (3). pp. 232-242.

Lockyer, Jannine M., and Oliva, Jessica (2020) Better to have loved and lost? Human avoidant attachment style towards dogs predicts group membership as ‘forever owner’ or ‘foster carer’. Animals, 10. 1679.

Kis, Anna, Oliva, Jessica Lee, Virányi, Zsófia, and Topál, József (2019) Editorial: oxytocin and social behaviour in dogs and other (self-) domesticated species: methodological caveats and promising perspectives. Frontiers in Psychology, 10. 732.

Papotto, Elisa Maria Concetta, and Oliva, Jessica Lee (2019) Paws for thought: the importance of dogs in a seniors social intervention. People and Animals, 2 (1). 5.

Oliva, Jessica Lee, Mengoli, Manuel, Mendonça, Tiago, Cozzi, Alessandro, Pageat, Patrick, Chabaud, Camille, Teruel, Eva, Lafont-Lecuelle, Céline, and Bienboire-Frosini, Cécile (2019) Working smarter not harder: oxytocin increases domestic dogs’ (Canis familiaris) accuracy, but not attempts, on an object choice task. Frontiers in Psychology, 10. 2141.

Oliva, Jessica Lee, Rault, Jean-Loup, Appleton, Belinda, and Lill, Alan (2016) Oxytocin blocks pet dog (Canis familiaris) object choice task performance being predicted by owner-perceived intelligence and owner attachment. Pet Behaviour Science, 1. pp. 31-46.

Oliva, Jessica Lee, Wong, Yen T., Rault, Jean-Loup, Appleton, Belinda, and Lill, Alan (2016) The oxytocin receptor gene, an integral piece of the evolution of Canis familaris from Canis lupus. Pet Behaviour Science, 2. pp. 1-15.

Oliva, J.L., Rault, J.-L., Appleton, B., and Lill, A. (2015) Oxytocin enhances the appropriate use of human social cues by the domestic dog (Canis familiaris) in an object choice task. Animal Cognition, 18. pp. 767-775.

Oliva, Jessica L., Leung, Sumie, Croft, Rodney J., O'Neill, Barry V., Stout, Julie C., and Nathan, Pradeep J. (2011) Evidence for sex differences in the loudness dependence of the auditory evoked potential in humans. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental, 26 (2). pp. 172-176.

Oliva, Jessica, Leung, Sumie, Croft, Rodney J., O'Neill, Barry V., O'Kane, Joanne, Stout, Julie, Phan, K. Luan, and Nathan, Pradeep J. (2010) The loudness dependence auditory evoked potential is insensitive to acute changes in serotonergic and noradrenergic neurotransmission. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental, 25 (5). pp. 423-427.

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