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Cognitive bias as an indicator of animal emotion and welfare: Emerging evidence and underlying mechanisms
An integrative and functional framework for the study of animal emotion and mood
D discrete and dimensional approaches are brought together to offer a structure for integrating different discrete emotions that provides a functional perspective on the adaptive value of emotional states, and suggest how long-term mood states arise from short-term discrete emotions.
Measuring emotional processes in animals: the utility of a cognitive approach
Animal behaviour: Cognitive bias and affective state
It is shown that cognitive bias can be used as an indicator of affective state in animals, which should facilitate progress in animal-welfare studies.
Tail-biting: a new perspective.
Revisiting translocation and reintroduction programmes: the importance of considering stress
Dogs showing separation-related behaviour exhibit a ‘pessimistic’ cognitive bias
A case control study of on-farm risk factors for tail biting in pigs
Performing under pressure: stress and cognitive function
- M. Mendl
- 1 December 1999
Timing and causes of piglet mortality in alternative and conventional farrowing systems
The causes and timing of piglet mortality were studied and the percentage livebom mortality was significantly associated with the parity and body length of the sows and with the within-litter variation in the birth weight of the piglets.