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  1. Living with animals: beaver voices: Grey Owl and interspecies communication

    Contributor(s):: Braz, Albert, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  2. Living with animals: tangible affiliations: photographic representations of touch between humans and animal companions

    Contributor(s):: Schlosser, Julia, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  3. Living with animals: the mental life of chickens as observed through their social relationships

    Contributor(s):: Davis, Karen, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  4. Synthesis: animal ethics and animals' minds: reflections

    Contributor(s):: Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  5. Tailoring representations to audiences: chimpanzees attribute beliefs? A new approach to answering an old nettled question

    Contributor(s):: Lurz, Robert W., Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  6. Tailoring representations to audiences: minding the animal in contemporary art

    Contributor(s):: Ulrich, Jessica, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  7. Tailoring representations to audiences: perceiving the minds of animals: sociological warfare, the social imaginary, and mediated representations of animals shaping human understanding of animals

    Contributor(s):: Lowe, Brian M., Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  8. Tailoring representations to audiences: popular beliefs and inderstanding of the dolphin mind

    Contributor(s):: Sickler, Jessica, Fraser, John, Reiss, Diana, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

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  10. Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach

    The mission of this website is to provide a clear statement of an approach to animal rights that (1) requires the abolition of animal exploitation and rejects the regulation of animal exploitation; (2) is based only on animal sentience and no other cognitive characteristic,...

  11. Attitudes towards catch-and-release recreational angling, angling practices and perceptions of pain and welfare in fish in New Zealand

    Contributor(s):: Muir, R., Keown, A. J., Adams, N. J., Farnworth, M. J.

    Although there is still some debate regarding whether fish have the capacity to feel pain, recent scientific research seems to support the notion that fish can indeed suffer. However, the continued scientific discourse has led to questions regarding how members of the public perceive issues of...

  12. Close human presence reduces avoidance behaviour in commercial caged laying hens to an approaching human

    Contributor(s):: Edwards, L. E., Coleman, G. J., Hemsworth, P. H.

    The quality of human contact that hens are exposed to will determine the degree of fear of humans that they experience. This has consequences for the welfare of commercial laying hens, as hens that are afraid of humans will be regularly exposed to a fear-provoking stressor. Hens can be habituated...

  13. Public attitudes towards grief in animals

    Contributor(s):: McGrath, N., Walker, J., Nilsson, D., Phillips, C.

    Animals under human management are often separated from conspecifics, which may lead to behaviour indicative of separation distress or grief. For the purposes of this paper, grief is considered as a biological response to separation, indicated by a bi-phasic ‘protest-despair’...

  14. Canine fears and phobias; a regime for treatment without recourse to drugs

    Contributor(s):: Rogerson, J.

    From a study of 247 (102 male dogs and 145 bitches) case histories presenting varying degrees of fear and phobia, both generalised and specific, it has been possible to define standard patterns of behaviour. This was done on the basis of severity of the fear, the type of fear response displayed...