6 edition of Naturalistic environments in captivity for animal behavior research found in the catalog.
|Statement||Edward F. Gibbons, Jr. ... [et al.], editors.|
|Series||SUNY series in endangered species|
|Contributions||Gibbons, Edward F.|
|LC Classifications||SF408.45 .N38 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 387 p. :|
|Number of Pages||387|
|ISBN 10||079141647X, 0791416488|
|LC Control Number||92039108|
Studies that entail manipulations causing illness to animal subjects would require high levels of monitoring and the capacity for rapid retrieval. These studies would be better suited for captivity within naturalistic environments. Captivity would also be necessary for gene-targeted animals that may pose a threat to the by: 9. Captivity can adversely affect animal behavior because the environment is less variable than in the wild and may be selected for exhibition of behaviors that may not be the animal's normal behavior (e.g., being very visible; Hediger, , Price, ; Tudge, ; Carlstead, , Seidensticker and Forthman, ). Captive tigers of NKZP live Cited by:
Reconnecting Zoos, Aquariums, and Behavior Analysis. At a time in history when zoos and aquariums are committed to training for daily behavioral management, noninvasive medical intervention, and environmental and behavioral enrichment (Clark ), a majority of academic departments of psychology are no longer devoting sufficient resources to support Cited by: 7. Human-Animal Bonds in the Laboratory: How Animal Behavior Affects the Perspective of Caregivers Fon T. Chang Lynette A. Hart, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Population Health and Reproduction and Director of the UC Center for Animal Alternatives, School of Veterinary Medicine, UC, by:
Proper housing and management of animal facilities are essential to animal well-being, to the quality of research data and teaching or testing programs in which animals are used, and to the health and safety of personnel. A good management program provides the environment, housing, and care that permit animals to grow, mature, reproduce, and. J.L. Kelley, C. Macías Garcia, in Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, Environmental Enrichment. Environmental enrichment refers to modifications that act to enhance the level of physical and social stimulation provided by the captive environment (Würbel et al., ).The method is commonly employed by zoos and is beneficial both for an animal’s behavior and its .
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The book also highlights the important value of naturalistic environments in captivity to the scientific study of animal behavior. The authors provide insights into identifying physical environmental features not in compliance with existing regulations, and that may have a negative impact on the physical health and psychological well-being of.
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Edward F. Gibbons, Jr. is Director of the Center for Science and Technology at Briarcliffe College. He is the lead editor of Naturalistic Environments in Captivity for Animal Behavior Research, also published by SUNY Press.3/5(1).
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