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  1. The Moral Lives of Laboratory Monkeys: Television and the Ethics of Care

    Contributor(s):: Sharp, Lesley A.

  2. Preface: The contribution of animals to human welfare

    Contributor(s):: Eloit, M.

    2018Rev Sci Tech3719-140253-1933 (Print)0253-193310.20506/rst.37.1.2736engfrespatext

  3. The Road to Hell Is Paved with Good Intentions: Why Harm–Benefit Analysis and Its Emphasis on Practical Benefit Jeopardizes the Credibility of Research

    Contributor(s):: Herwig Grimm, Matthias Eggel, Anna Deplazes-Zemp, Nikola Biller-Andorno

    It is our concern that European Union Directive 2010/63/EU with its current project evaluation of animal research in the form of a harm–benefit analysis may lead to an erosion of the credibility of research. The HBA assesses whether the inflicted harm on animals is outweighed by potential...

  4. Behavior of laboratory dogs before and after rehoming in private homes

    Contributor(s):: Doring, D., Nick, O., Bauer, A., Kuchenhoff, H., Erhard, M. H.

  5. Long-term effects of robotic hippotherapy on dynamic postural stability in cerebral palsy

    Contributor(s):: Young Joo Cha, Megan Stanley, Tim Shurtleff, Joshua S. H. You

    Dynamic postural instability is a common neuromuscular impairment in cerebral palsy (CP), which often includes balance dysfunction and an associated risk of serious falls. Robotic hippotherapy has recently become a widespread clinical application to facilitate postural core stabilization,...

  6. Pet Behaviour Science | Open Access Journal

    Full-text: Available

    Contributor(s):: David Menor

    Pet Behaviour Science is a new open access journal, which publishes original papers relating to all aspects of the behaviour of pets, including their relationships with humans. As a multidisciplinary journal, Pet Behaviour Science welcomes submissions from the arts and humanities, behavioural and...

  7. Animals Used in Research and Education, 1966-2016: Evolving Attitudes, Policies, and Relationships

    Contributor(s):: Lairmore, M. D., Ilkiw, J.

  8. Animals Used in Research and Education, 1966-2016: Evolving Attitudes, Policies, and Relationships

    Contributor(s):: Lairmore, M. D., Ilkiw, J.

  9. Workaholic ferrets: does a two-chamber consumer demand study give insight in the preferences of laboratory ferrets ( Mustela putorius furo)?

    Contributor(s):: Reijgwart, M. L., Vinke, C. M., Hendriksen, C. F. M., Meer, M. van der, Schoemaker, N. J., Zeeland, Y. R. A. van

    Although provision of environmental enrichment is an effective tool to refine laboratory animal experiments, it is currently unknown which enrichments ferrets prefer. This study aimed to assess the suitability of a closed economy, two-chamber consumer demand set-up to determine ferrets'...

  10. c 22 Animals for Research Act

  11. The Psychological Effects of Medical Research on Animal Subjects and the Ramifications for the Applicability of the Research Results

    Contributor(s):: Morgan A. Damm

    Historically, animals have been used in medical research to bring about many of the medical breakthroughs and advances seen today. The successful studies are accompanied by numerous, often concealed, failed studies that are inapplicable to human medicine due to stress and distress changing the...

  12. Antimony: The Use, Rights, and Regulation of Laboratory Animals

    Contributor(s):: Brenda L. Thomas

    'In recent years, the problem, plight, and philosophy behind the use of animals in laboratories, schools, and industries has caused many to formulate an opinion on animal experimentation. It is simple to postulate a Monday morning quarterback philosophy - merely weigh the...

  13. Laboratory Animal Act: A Legislative Proposal

    Contributor(s):: David Favre

    In one recent experiment, mongrel dogs were anesthetized after which thirty-five percent of their body was burned to the third degree by the application of a two hundred degree centigrade hot plate to their skin.' In 1983, researchers at the New Jersey Medical School...

  14. Oct 05 2015

    Facility Strategies for Animal Research and Biocontainment Conference

    Tradeline’s Facility Strategies for Animal Research and Biocontainment conference in Boston focuses on the top priority planning and action items for animal research and biocontainment facilities...

    https://habricentral.org/events/details/380

  15. Dogs in the Hall: A Case Study of Affective Skill Development in an Urban Veterinary Program

    Contributor(s):: Martin, Michael, Tummons, John, Ball, Anna, Bird, William

    The purpose of this bounded single case study was to explore how an urban high school veterinary program impacted students' affective skill development. The program was unique because students were required to participate in internships with local animal care businesses and care for animals...

  16. The Responsible Use of Animals in Biomedical Research

    Contributor(s):: Edwin Converse Hettinger

    Carl Cohen's defense of the use of animals for biomedical research in The New England Journal of Medicinel raises most of the major issues in the moral controversy concerning human treatment of nonhuman animals. It exhibits the major lines of attack against both animal rights advocates (such...

  17. Using Giant African Pouched Rats (Cricetomys Gambianus) to Detect Landmines

    Contributor(s):: Alan Poling, Bart J. Weetjens, Christophe Cox, Negussie W. Beyene, Andrew Sully

    Many species have sensitive chemical-detection systems. For millennia, dogs’ exquisite sense of smell has assisted human beings in hunting and in thwarting intruders. Trained dogs have detected landmines and other explosives, illicit drugs, pipeline leaks, and melanomas (Furton & Myers,...

  18. Concerning Therapeutic (For Humans) Research with Animals: A Response to Nelson's "Xenograft and Partical Affections"

    Contributor(s):: Steve F. Sapontzis

    As Jim Nelson correctly and poignantly indicates, even those who are deeply concerned about the moral respect due animals and who are actively trying to eradicate the human abuse of animals can feel that they are confronting a moral dilemna when confronting uses of animals which seem obviously...

  19. Effects of Transfer from Breeding to Research Facility on the Welfare of Rats

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    Contributor(s):: Johanna W.M. Arts, Nynke R. Oosterhuis, Klaas Kramer, Frauke Ohl

    Transfer from the breeding facility to a research facility is a stressful event for laboratory animals. Heat stress has been reported to constitute one of the major concerns during transport of animals. This study measured ambient and body temperature, corticosterone and glucose levels, body...

  20. Pain Management for Animals Used in Science: Views of Scientists and Veterinarians in Canada

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    Contributor(s):: Nicole Fenwick, Shannon E.g. Duffus, Gilly Griffin

    To explore the challenges and opportunities for pain management for animals used in research an interview study with 9 veterinarians, 3 veterinarian-scientists and 9 scientists, all engaged in animal-based studies in Canada, was carried out. Our broader aim was to contribute to further discussion...