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  1. Effect of person. 1966

    Contributor(s):: Gantt, W. H., Newton, J. E., Royer, F. L., Stephens, J. H.

  2. The significance of companion animals to a geriatric vascular patient: a case study

    Contributor(s):: Fila, D.

  3. Social experience, behaviour, stress and health in guinea pigs

    Contributor(s):: Sacsher, N.

  4. The ontogeny of male guineapigs living under different housing conditions

    Contributor(s):: Stanzel, K., Sachser, N.

  5. More than numbers matter: the effect of social factors on behaviour and welfare of laboratory rodents and non-human primates. (Special issue: Too many, too few: the effects of group size and density in captive animals.)

    Contributor(s):: Olsson, I. A. S., Westlund, K.

    With the development of laboratory animal science, increasing attention has been given to the possible influence of housing and husbandry on the behaviour and welfare of laboratory animals as well as on the scientific integrity. With the present paper, we aim to contribute to this knowledge by...

  6. Social influences on daily rhythms of guineapigs and possible explanations by refuge behaviour

    Contributor(s):: Buttner, D.

  7. Social structure and welfare in all-male groups of guinea pigs

    Contributor(s):: Beer, R., Sachser, N.

  8. Animal-assisted therapy in psychiatric rehabilitation

    Contributor(s):: Marr, C. A., French, L., Thompson, D., Drum, L., Greening, G., Mormon, J., Henderson, I., Hughes, C. W.

    Reviews of animal-assisted therapy (AAT) research suggest the need for better controlled and designed research studies to supplement the many case studies and anecdotal reports. This study reports the results of such an investigation where sixty-nine male and female psychiatric inpatients were...

  9. Zoonotic disease concerns in animal-assisted therapy and animal visitation programs

    Contributor(s):: Waltner-Toews, D.

    In a survey of 150 systematically selected US animal care agencies and 74 Canadian humane societies to determine the prevalence of animal assisted therapy (AAT) programmes (concerns about, and experience with zoonotic diseases; and precautions taken to prevent zoonotic disease transmission) 69 US...