Alone but not always lonely: Social cues alleviate isolation induced behavioural stress in wild zebrafish
Contributor(s):: Daniel, Danita K., Bhat, Anuradha
Social isolation has been routinely used for experimental studies on many animal model systems. Additionally, considering the recent increase in the prevalence of isolation in the human population, it has become even more imperative to understand social isolation and measures that might alleviate...
"But It's Just a Fish": Understanding the Challenges of Applying the 3Rs in Laboratory Aquariums in the UK
| Contributor(s):: Reuben Message, Beth Greenhough
Adopting a social science perspective and qualitative methodology on the problem of laboratory fish welfare, this paper examines some underlying social factors and drivers that influence thinking, priorities and implementation of fish welfare initiatives and the 3Rs (Replacement, Reduction and...
How to Read Fishes: Science, Empathy, and Salar the Salmon
| Contributor(s):: Allmark-Kent, Candice
Bipartite networks improve understanding of effects of waterbody size and angling method on angler-fish interactions
| Contributor(s):: Christopher J. Chizinski, Dustin R. Martin, Daizaburo Shizuka, Kevin L. Pope
Networks used to study interactions could provide insights to fisheries. We compiled data from 27 297 interviews of anglers across waterbodies that ranged in size from 1 to 12 113 ha. Catch rates of fish species among anglers grouped by species targeted generally differed between angling...
A novel fish behavior: “Floating” of Paramisgurnus dabryanus loaches
| Contributor(s):: Zhang, Ning, Luo, Wei, Chen, Pengyu, Zhang, Shoudong, Zhang, Yibo, Chen, Defang, Huang, Xiaoli, Jiang, Jun, Wang, Yan, Yang, Shiyong, Yang, Song, Zhao, Liulan, Guo, Zhonggang, Huang, Jie, Long, Yuejin, Du, Zongjun
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Personality profiling may help select better cleaner fish for sea-lice control in salmon farming
| Contributor(s):: Whittaker, Benjamin Alexander, Consuegra, Sofia, Garcia de Leaniz, Carlos
Involvement of the hypothalamic-pituitary-interrenal axis in the antistress activities of Tenebrio molitor Larvae in zebrafish
| Contributor(s):: Lee, Jeongwon, Kim, Dong Hyun, Park, Se Jin, Jong, Hoon Ryu, Jung, Ji Wook, Jeon, You-Jin, Park, Sang-Rul, Kim, Gi-Young, Lee, Seungheon
Behavioral and histological features of zebrafish following sedation with eugenol or propofol
| Contributor(s):: Gressler, Luciane Tourem, Xavier, Maria Luiza Gallina, Junior, Guerino Bandeira, Loebens, Luiza, Barboza, Victor Dos Santos, da Costa, Silvio Teixeira, Baldisserotto, Bernardo
The effect of videotapes of animals on cardiovascular responses to stress
| Contributor(s):: Deborah L. Wells
Nutritional Intake Monitoring for Nursing Home Residents: A Comparison of Staff Documentation, Direct Observation, and Photography Methods
| Contributor(s):: Sandra F. Simmons, David Reuben
Is there a role for pet fish in the primary classroom?
| Contributor(s):: Rebecca Lewis, Essi Karvonen, Nancy Gee, Donna Snellgrove, Paula Cowan, Katherine Sloman
There is growing evidence within the Human-Animal Interaction literature that activities involving contact with live animals can be of considerable benefit to children. Suggested advantages of activities which involve animal interaction include increased empathy and social interactions (Daly and...
Keeping Fish As Pets: Perceptions From Fish Owners In Nallur, Jaffna, Sri Lanka
| Contributor(s):: R. Gobiraj, P. Shobiya, K. Sivashanthini
Fishkeeping is a popular hobby worldwide. Owning a fish pet and caring for its welfare is known as pet fish ownership. National and district-level information on pet fish ownership is limited. The present study aimed to collect basic information on owners’ perceptions of keeping pet fish...
Marine Biota and Psychological Well-Being: A Preliminary Examination of Dose–Response Effects in an Aquarium Setting
| Contributor(s):: Deborah Cracknell, Mathew P. White, Sabine Pahl, Wallace J. Nichols, Michael H. Depledge
Exposure to natural environments can have calming and stress-reducing effects on humans. Moreover, previous studies suggest that these benefits may be greater in areas with higher species richness. Our study took advantage of a “natural experiment” to examine people’s...
Reviewing the role of aquaria as restorative settings: how subaquatic diversity in public aquaria can influence preferences, and human health and well-being
| Contributor(s):: Deborah L. Cracknell, Sabine Pahl, Mathew P. White, Michael H. Depledge
The effects of interacting with fish in aquariums on human health and well-being: A systematic review
| Contributor(s):: Heather Clements, Stephanie Valentin, Nicholas Jenkins, Jean Rankin, Julien S. Baker, Nancy Gee, Donna Snellgrove, Katherine Sloman
Anxiety-Reducing Effect: Dog, Fish and Plant in Direct Comparison
| Contributor(s):: David Buttelmann, Anne-Kristin Römpke
Low Luminosity Reduces Agonistic Behaviour of Nile Tilapia
| Contributor(s):: Tatemoto, Patricia, Serra, Monica
Companion Animal Type and Level of Engagement Matter: A Mixed-Methods Study Examining Links between Companion Animal Guardianship, Loneliness and Well-Being during the COVID-19 Pandemic
| Contributor(s):: Clements, H., Valentin, S., Jenkins, N., Rankin, J., Gee, N. R., Snellgrove, D., Sloman, K. A.
To reduce the spread of COVID-19, countries worldwide placed limitations on social interaction, which is anticipated to have severe psychological consequences. Although findings are inconsistent, prior research has suggested that companion animals may positively influence human well-being and...
The effect of tank cover on welfare of farmed Nile tilapia
| Contributor(s):: Saraiva, João L., Nogueirinha, Margarida, Teodósio, Rita, Aragão, Cláudia, Engrola, Sofia, Arechavala-Lopez, Pablo
Tank cleaning temporarily increases stress and decreases affiliative behavior in zebrafish
| Contributor(s):: Powell, Christine, von Keyserlingk, Marina A. G., Franks, Becca