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The Role of Clinical Veterinary Medicine in the Assessment and Treatment of Laboratory Animal Distress
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Contributor(s):: V. Hampshire
It is doubtful that the scientific community will ever arrive at a consensus definition for distress as it may be attempted for the purposes of improving animal welfare in and across the myriad of research, testing and teaching facilities in the United States and throughout the minuet of...
Reproductive endocrinology and musth indicators in a captive Asian elephant (Elephas maximus)
Contributor(s):: Duer, Connie, Tomasi, Tom, Abramson, Charles I.
Dog Owners Lived Experiences with Distress Following Human Rejection: An Attachment Perspective
Contributor(s):: Shmyr, Linda Marie
Taking Animal Welfare Seriously Minimizing Pain and Distress in Research Animals
Both laypersons and scientists alike are uncomfortable with animal research when it causes animals to suffer. The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) has launched our Pain & Distress Initiative to work with the scientific community to eliminate significant laboratory animal suffering...
The effects of a companion animal on distress in children undergoing dental procedures
Contributor(s):: Havener, LeAnn, Gentes, Lisa, Thaler, Barbara, Megel, Mary E., Baun, Mara M., Driscoll, Frank A., Beiraghi, Soraya, Agrawal, Ngeeta
Evaluated the effects of a companion animal (dog) on physiologic arousal and behavioral distress among children undergoing a dental procedure. A repeated measures experimental design was used to study 40 children (aged 7–11 yrs) who were undergoing procedures in a pediatric dental clinic. Half...
Issues in defining and assessing features of attachment figures: Reply to Kobak (2009)
Contributor(s):: Kurdek, Lawrence A.
Conservation of resources and coping self-efficacy predicting distress following a natural disaster: A causal model analysis where the environment meets the mind
Contributor(s):: Benight, Charles C., Ironson, Gail, Klebe, Kelli, Carver, Charles S., Wynings, Christina, Burnett, Kent, Greenwood, Debra, Baum, Andrew, Schneiderman, Neil
Loss of a pet
Contributor(s):: Wessel, Morris A.
Therapy dogs and the dissociative patient: Preliminary observations
Contributor(s):: Arnold, J. Cleveland
Animal suffering: the appraisal and control of depression and distress in livestock
Contributor(s):: Fraser, A. F.