Human-Animal Interaction Lecture Series

Thinking of Pets Buffers Against Psychological Pain

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11 a.m. to noon, April 5, 2024

About the Lecture Series

The series features regular scholarly talks and discussions on human-animal relationships. Our affiliates investigate different facets of human-animal relationships, broadly construed. We have expertise in veterinary medicine, animal cognition, anthropology, interpersonal psychology, and human decision-making, among other disciplines. 

Featured Speaker: Martin Reiman, MA, PhD

Title: Thinking of Pets Buffers Against Psychological Pain

Martin Reimann is an associate professor of marketing at the Eller College of Management, with appointments as associate professor in the Department of Psychology, the College of Veterinary Medicine, and the Cognitive Science Graduate Interdisciplinary Program. He currently serves as Eller Faculty Senator.