Jessica unit coordinator within the Graduate Diploma of Psychology-Advanced program at Monash and head of the Social and Applied Psychology Research domain. She has experience in owner-dog attachment, dog social cognition and behavioural studies involving the application of intranasal oxytocin. Following the completion of her PhD at Monash University in 2015, Dr Oliva completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Institute of Research in Semio-Chemistry and Applied Ethology (IRSEA) in France, investigating intranasal oxytocin in dog social cognition, and the influence of human attachment.Read more about Jessica Oliva's research
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Explaining cats and dogs
A study has highlighted the benefits of pet ownership in helping alleviate the loneliness of COVID-19 lockdown.