1. The Blue Dog – does the programme teach children to behave safely with dogs?
Meints, K. & De Keuster, T. How to prevent dog bite injuries? The Blue Dog.
2. The Blue Dog – does the programme work in real life?
Meints, K., Lakestani, N & De Keuster, T. A Longitudinal Assessment of the Blue Dog Bite Prevention Programme.
Schwebel, D.C., Morrongiello, B.A., Davis, A.L., Stewart, J. & Bell, M. The Blue Dog: evaluation of an interactive software program to teach young children how to interact safely with dogs.
3. Why do children get bitten in the face?
Meints, K., Syrnyk, C. & De Keuster, T. Why do children get bitten in the face?
4. Why do children misinterpret snarls for smiles?
Meints, K, Racca, A. & Hickey, N. Is the dog smiling? Children from 4-7 years misinterpret dogs’ facial expressions.
5. How does children’s looking behaviour differ for angry versus relaxed dog faces?
Meints, K., Brelsford, V. & De Keuster, T. Teaching children and their parents dogs’ body language.
6. Who got bitten and why? Incidents and attitudes: A dog bite survey.
Meints, K. et al. Who got bitten and why? Incidents and attitudes: A dog bite survey.
7. Ongoing research: How much exposure to The Blue Dog do children need ?
Meints, K., et al. How much exposure to Blue Dog do children need to learn?
8. More research that mentions The Blue Dog Programme.