Zoobiquity is an interdisciplinary field that draws together knowledge from human medicine, veterinary medicine, and evolutionary biology to create an integrated view of physical and behavioral health. Zoobiquity has a strong basis in established science and research from all three fields, as well as related disciplines including anthropology, psychology, neurobiology, paleontology, and physiology. Zoobiquity’s translational aspect comes from juxtaposition and synthesis of knowledge and development of new hypotheses for modeling disease and treatment.
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For a full bibliography of the books, journal articles, and other reporting that inspired and underpin the book Zoobiquity, please see the Works Consulted section. For citations to specific research in the book’s text, please see the End Notes that correspond to each chapter.