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Exploring the common minds and emotions of people and other animals and their lives together
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on April 8, 2022
Personal Perspective: Life, death, suffering, and joy on the salmon's journey. Can we learn from this?
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on December 19, 2021
Do reptiles have feelings? A surprising perspective emerges though the lens of critical anthropomorphism.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on June 17, 2021
How humans can better coexist with their natural environment.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on May 9, 2021
Our future can be written in dreams.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on March 24, 2020
A poet claims it is time to stop. Just stop.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on November 4, 2019
How psychology can move us towards a green and healing future for humans, animal kin, and the planet.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on October 21, 2019
The twinned journey of a woman and an elephant provides a model for us to save the planet.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on April 18, 2019
A former rancher and animal advocate talks about the radical psychological evolution and revolution taking place on the range.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on December 8, 2018
What happens when cultural commandments override natural reality? Reflections of T.R. Mitchell, author, teacher, and prisoner in a Pennsylvania maximum security prison.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on October 23, 2018
What was the real reason that Zuri attacked and killed Nyack? Lion "experts" are puzzled, but there is no puzzle.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on October 22, 2018
Two sides of the same equation, when life becomes death and death becomes life.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on September 16, 2018
Vital science that gives bears a voice is missing from the Yellowstone hunting ban debate.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on January 6, 2018
One man's work from the ground up helps to unchain elephant minds and bodies.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on October 23, 2017
Scientists say that what zoos teach is "false and dangerous." An interview with educator Kiersten Cluster examines captive-held Elephant psychological trauma.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on June 3, 2017
Liberation psychologists and Wild Turkeys show us how to transform from an anthropocentric "them" to a trans-species "us" worldview.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on April 14, 2017
A Thai Elephant sanctuary walks the trans-species ethical path of compassion and kindness.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on February 8, 2017
Captive-held male elephants are underserved by sanctuaries. Here's how the problem is being fixed.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on January 22, 2017
Despite a vast amount of data showing otherwise, scientists persist in attributing demonic deeds to non-human animals.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on January 15, 2017
How neuropsychology provides insights into the true nature of Killer Whale morals and culture.
G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D. on November 13, 2016
There are chance encounters when fences fall and "fitful influences from beyond" reveal our common connections.