Presence of Cues from Stressed Conspecifics Increases Reactivity to Aversive Events in Cattle: Evidence for the Existence of Alarm Substances in Urine

@article{Boissy1998PresenceOC,
  title={Presence of Cues from Stressed Conspecifics Increases Reactivity to Aversive Events in Cattle: Evidence for the Existence of Alarm Substances in Urine},
  author={A. Boissy and C. Terlouw and P. L. Neindre},
  journal={Physiology & Behavior},
  year={1998},
  volume={63},
  pages={489-495}
}
  • A. Boissy, C. Terlouw, P. L. Neindre
  • Published 1998
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Physiology & Behavior
  • In gregarious species like cattle, the presence of partners often affects fear-related reactions. The first experiment investigated whether behavioral and physiological responses to stress depend on the emotional state of the partner. Aubrac heifers were presented with food in a novel environment. Compared to heifers in the presence of a companion that had been previously habituated to the environment without receiving shocks, those in the presence of a companion animal that had previously… CONTINUE READING
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