Tania Signal
Tania Signal
Professor, Psychology
Verified email at cqu.edu.au
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Empathy and attitudes to animals
N Taylor, TD Signal
Anthrozo÷s 18 (1), 18-27, 2005
2352005
Equine facilitated therapy with children and adolescents who have been sexually abused: A program evaluation study
K Kemp, T Signal, H Botros, N Taylor, K Prentice
Journal of child and family studies 23 (3), 558-566, 2014
1452014
Attitude to animals and empathy: Comparing animal protection and general community samples
TD Signal, N Taylor
Anthrozo÷s 20 (2), 125-130, 2007
882007
Attitudes to animals: Demographics within a community sample
N Taylor, T Signal
Society & Animals 14 (2), 147-157, 2006
862006
The Dark Triad and animal cruelty: Dark personalities, dark attitudes, and dark behaviors
PS Kavanagh, TD Signal, N Taylor
Personality and Individual Differences 55 (6), 666-670, 2013
832013
Teaching kindness: The promise of humane education
R Arbour, T Signal, N Taylor
Society and Animals 17 (2), 136, 2009
762009
Can teaching veterinary and animal-science students about animal welfare affect their attitude toward animals and human-related empathy?
SJ Hazel, TD Signal, N Taylor
Journal of veterinary medical education 38 (1), 74-83, 2011
672011
Pet, pest, profit: Isolating differences in attitudes towards the treatment of animals
N Taylor, TD Signal
Anthrozo÷s 22 (2), 129-135, 2009
582009
Willingness to pay: Australian consumers and “on the farm” welfare
N Taylor, TD Signal
Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 12 (4), 345-359, 2009
532009
Whispering to horses: Childhood sexual abuse, depression and the efficacy of equine facilitated therapy
T Signal, N Taylor, H Botros, K Prentice, K Lazarus
Sexual Abuse in Australia and New Zealand 5 (1), 24, 2013
472013
Social work, animal-assisted therapies and ethical considerations: A programme example from Central Queensland, Australia
N Taylor, H Fraser, T Signal, K Prentice
The British Journal of Social Work 46 (1), 135-152, 2014
432014
Theorizing animals: re-thinking humanimal relations
N Taylor, T Signal
Brill, 2011
422011
Full of sound and fury, signifying something: The impact of autonomic arousal on EGM gambling
MJ Rockloff, T Signal, V Dyer
Journal of Gambling Studies 23 (4), 457-465, 2007
412007
Attitudes to animals in the animal protection community compared to a normative community sample
N Taylor, T Signal
Society & Animals 14 (3), 265-274, 2006
402006
When the plate is full: Aggression among chefs
J Meloury, T Signal
International Journal of Hospitality Management 41, 97-103, 2014
382014
A different cut? Comparing attitudes toward animals and propensity for aggression within two primary industry cohorts—farmers and meatworkers
E Richards, T Signal, N Taylor
Society & Animals 21 (4), 395-413, 2013
232013
Throwing the Baby out with the Bathwater: Towards a Sociology of the Human-Animal Abuse ‘Link’?
N Taylor, T Signal
Sociological Research Online 13 (1), 43-53, 2008
212008
Community demographics and the propensity to report animal cruelty
N Taylor, TD Signal
Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 9 (3), 201-210, 2006
212006
Going to the dogs: A quasi-experimental assessment of animal assisted therapy for children who have experienced abuse
T Signal, N Taylor, K Prentice, M McDade, KJ Burke
Applied developmental science 21 (2), 81-93, 2017
172017
Domestic violence service providers’ capacity for supporting transgender women: Findings from an Australian workshop
DW Riggs, H Fraser, N Taylor, T Signal, C Donovan
British Journal of Social Work 46 (8), 2374-2392, 2016
142016
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