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Bayne, K.
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Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian, 1991, 13, 11, pp 1689-1692, 1694
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Manteca, X.; Deag, J. M.
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Animal Welfare, 1993, 2, 4, pp 339-346
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Schapiro, S. J.; Bushong, D.
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Animal Welfare, 1994, 3, 1, pp 25-36
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Captive white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus) were placed in a large indoor room without or with deep litter made of wood chips, dried ground maize cob, wood wool or garden peat. Feed was scattered on the bare floor or on the litter and the behaviour of the monkeys was observed. When wood...

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Ludes, E.; Anderson, J. R.
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Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 1996, 49, 3, pp 293-303
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Schapiro, S. J.; Bloomsmith, M. A.; Porter, L. M.; Suarez, S. A.
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Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 1996, 48, 3/4, pp 159-171
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Spring, S. E.; Clifford, J. O.; Tomko, D. L.
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Contemporary Topics in Laboratory Animal Science, 1997, 36, 3, pp 72-75
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Augustsson, H.; Hau, J.
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Journal of Medical Primatology, 1999, 28, 2, pp 84-90
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Preferences for nest box size and position were tested in two groups of common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus jacchus). One group consisted of a mother, her two adult sons and one adult daughter, and the other comprised a breeding pair, their two adult sons and two adult daughters. In a pre-test...

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Hosey, G. R.; Jacques, M.; Burton, M.
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Animal Welfare, 1999, 8, 3, pp 281-285
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There are many welfare problems associated with keeping wild animals in captivity and environmental enrichment techniques are widely used as a means of improving captive conditions. Previous research on environmental enrichment has been biased towards non-social techniques; here, social housing as...

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Bassett, L.
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Federation of Zoological Gardens of Great Britain and Ireland, London, UK
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Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Symposium on Zoo Research, Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, Paignton, Devon, UK, 6-7th July 2000, 2000, pp 53-62
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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...

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Olsson, I. A. S.; Westlund, K.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 2007, 103, 3/4, pp 229-254

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