Published: Elizabeth Johnson

Elizabeth Johnson (Anthropology) and Shelly Volsche, '13 BA Psychology, '15 MA Anthropology, and '17 PhD Anthropology, now of Boise State University, are authors of an article, "COVID-19: Companion Animals Help People Cope during Government-Imposed Social Isolation." The article was published in the journal Society and Animals. Johnson is a PhD student.



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