Rebecca Richardson

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Previous experience affects how young primates respond to challenging social situations. The present retrospective study looked at one aspect of early experience, the quality of the mother-infant relationship, to determine its relationship to young bonnet and pigtail macaques' responses to two social challenges: temporary maternal separation at 5-6 months(More)
Project constraints often require social primates, such as macaques, to be housed individually. However, we believed the amount of time spent housed alone prior to renewed social exposure would effect an animal's behavior. We observed the behavior of adult male bonnet macaques (Macaca radiata) during time spent in an exercise pen with other adult males. We(More)
BACKGROUND Emergency attendance and mortality which are reliable indicators of quality of care, have been of concern to many health institutions. Different models are being proposed to improve emergency outcomes in different parts of the world. A model to separate a single emergency unit into multiple emergency units has been tried in Ghana. OBJECTIVE The(More)
BACKGROUND: Emergency attendance and mortality which are reliable indicators of quality of care, have been of concern to many health institutions. Different models are being proposed to improve emergency outcomes in different parts of the world. A model to separate a single emergency Unit into multiple emergency units has been tried in Ghana. OBJECTIVE: The(More)
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