Herzog published by TIME, quoted by newspaper

Harold “Hal” Herzog, professor of psychology at Western Carolina University, is the author of an article in a book published recently by TIME Magazine and was quoted in a Cincinnati Enquirer article about a gorilla at the city’s zoo that was shot by zoo officials when a 4-year-old tumbled into his enclosure.

HerzogCoverHerzog said his article in the TIME book titled “Animals and Your Health: The Power of Pets to Heal our Pain, Help Us Cope, and Improve Our Well-Being” was “on the proliferation of fake service and emotional support animals.”

The article in the Cincinnati Enquirer, “Why We Love Animals So Much,” written by Carol Motsinger, quotes Herzog describing an encounter at the zoo between himself and a gorilla several years ago.

He also describes “the great paradox” discussed in his book, “Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat.”

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