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Animal Welfare - Content and Abstracts

Volume 2

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Volume 2 Number 1

February 1993

  1. Reasons and risks associated with manipulating captive primates' social environments. E Visalberghi and J R Anderson
  2. Responses of cotton-top tamarins (Saguinus oedipus) to faecal scents of predators and non-predators. H M Buchanan-Smith, D A Anderson and C W Ryan
  3. The human-animal relationship in agriculture and its consequences for the animal. P H Hemsworth, J L Barnett and G J Coleman
  4. The behaviour and survival of rehabilitated hedgehogs (Erinaceus europaeus). P A Morris, K Meakin and S Sharafi
  5. Should cages for laying hens be banned or modified? M C Appleby

Volume 2 Number 2

May 19923

  1. Differences in fearfulness indicated by tonic immobility between laying hens in aviaries and in cages. I Hansen, B O Braastad, J Storbraten and M Tofastrud
  2. The development of stereotyped body rocking in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) reared in a variety of nursery settings. K A Pazol and M A Bloomsmith
  3. Assessment of hunger in growing broiler breeders in relation to a commercial restricted feeding programme. C J Savory, K Maros and S M Rutter
  4. Pre-feeding agonism and seasonality in captive groups of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). S M Howell, M Matevia, J Fritz, L Nash and S Maki
  5. Using the mesh ceiling as a food puzzle to encourage foraging behaviour in caged rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). V Reinhardt

Volume 2 Number 3

August 1993

  1. Stress and animal welfare. P R Wiepkema and J M Koolhaas
  2. Group formation and behavioural changes with release to free-ranging in red ruffed lemurs, Varecia varigata rubra. L K Garrison and F J White
  3. The effect of bedding on the behaviour and welfare of pigs. D S Arey
  4. Individual differences in temperament of domestic animals: a review of methodology. X Manteca and J M Deag
  5. A comparison of the behaviour of solitary and group-housed budgerigars. C J Nicol and S J Pope

Volume 2 Number 4

November 1993

  1. Why is there no simple way of measuring animal welfare? G Mason and M Mendl
  2. Childhood pet keeping and humane attitudes in young adulthood. E S Paul and J A Serpel
  3. Social roles in cattle: a plea for interchange of ideas between primatologists and applied ethologists. X Manteca and J M Deag
  4. Measuring gut passage times in small New World monkeys. E C Price
  5. The use of microchip implants in identification of two species of macaque. S E Wolfensohn

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