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  1. Social behavior of domestic cats in the human home

    Contributor(s):: Bernstein, P. L., Friedmann, Erika, Turner, D. C., Bateson, P.

  2. What is suffering in animals?

    Contributor(s):: Weary, D. M., Appleby, M. C., Sandoe, P.

    In much of the recent animal welfare literature the word 'suffering' is used simply as an adjunct (as in 'pain and suffering') or to emphasize that the animal consciously perceives pain or some other negative affect. A stronger usage of the term implies that the negative feelings are prolonged,...

  3. Animal welfare in disaster management

    Contributor(s):: Vroegindewey, G.

  4. Cruelty and legislation

    Contributor(s):: Harrison, R.

  5. A model of stockperson-animal interactions and their implications for livestock

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

    This chapter presents a model of human-animal interactions in livestock production based on the factors involved in the relationship between stockperson and farm animal variables, including the influence of stockperson attitudes on his/her behaviour and of stockperson behaviour on animal...

  6. Conclusion: current and future opportunities to improve human-animal interactions in livestock production

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

    The opportunities to improve the stockpersons' attitudes toward livestock and improve their attitudes and job motivation to subsequwntly improve human-animal interactions, animal perormance and welfare are described.

  7. Stockperson behaviour and animal behaviour

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

    This chapter discusses the way the attitudes and behaviour of stockpersons develop and how these affect the productivity, behaviour and welfare of farm animals.

  8. Changing stockperson attitudes and behaviour

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

    The principles underlying stockperson attitude and behavioural change and the results of research on the effects of behaviour modification/change on livestock production and welfare are presented.

  9. Farm animal welfare: assessment, issues and implications

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

    A detailed discussion of farm animal welfare is presented, including definitions, assessment and implications for the animal.

  10. Attitudes of stockpeople

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

    The human characteristics that determine stockperson behaviour, the use of a theoretical framework to consider the development and maintenance of attitudes and how these attitudes can be used to predict human behaviour are discussed.

  11. Theoretical framework: the ethical imperative to control pain and suffering in farm animals

    Contributor(s):: Rollin, Bernard E.

  12. Preface

    Contributor(s):: [Benson, G. John, Rollin, Bernard E.]

  13. Practical applications: alternatives to conventional livestock production methods

    Contributor(s):: Appleby, Michael C.

  14. Theoretical framework: pain in farm animals: nature, recognition, and management

    Contributor(s):: Benson, G. John

  15. Practical applications: production practices and well-being: swine

    Contributor(s):: Blackwell, Timothy E.

  16. Theoretical framework: personnel management in agricultural systems

    Contributor(s):: Coleman, Grahame

  17. Theoretical framework: a concept of welfare based on feelings

    Contributor(s):: Duncan, Ian J. H.

  18. Practical applications: welfare problems of poultry

    Contributor(s):: Duncan, Ian J. H.

  19. Theoretical framework: quality of life for farm animals: linking science, ethics, and animal welfare

    Contributor(s):: Fraser, David, Weary, Daniel M.

  20. Theoretical framework: meeting physical needs: environmental management for well-being

    Contributor(s):: Friend, Ted H.