Frequently, scientific and clinical journals in animal behavior contain articles on dog behavior that have direct relevance to issues arising in dog bite cases. This is the kind of information attorneys need to rely upon because such findings have a strong scientific basis and are more likely to be accepted as evidence in court. The attorney needs to rely on these findings to present the best case possible. The academically trained dog bite Animal Behavior Bite Expert is in a unique position to assist the attorney in this regard.
Dr Polsky maintains copies in pdf format of nearly all relevant scientific articles (e.g. particularly papers detailing aggression behavior) in his personal library. Attorneys or other interested parties interested in these publications should contact Dr. Polsky for copies. A processing fee will be charged.
The journals listed below contain research in animal behavior per se and not to research that present epidemiological findings (e.g. dog bite statistics) or dog bite treatment. Findings about the latter are scattered throughout the medical literature and tend not to be published in any specific group of journals. The interested reader should contact Dr. Polsky for information and copies of recent publications pertaining to epidemiological findings.
- Animal Behaviour
- Animal Cognition
- Applied Animal Behaviour Science
- Behavioural Processes
- J. Comparative Psychology
- J. Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes
- J. Applied Animal Welfare Science
- J. Veterinary Behavioral Medicine
- Science Magazine
- J. American Veterinary Medical Association
- Veterinary Record