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The aim of this study is to evaluate the reporting quality of animal experiments in Korea using the Animals in Research: Reporting In Vivo Experiments (ARRIVE) guideline developed in 2010 to overcome the reproducibility problem and to encourage compliance with replacement, refinement and reduction...

Author(s)
Nam MiHyun; Chun MyungSun; Seong JeKyung; Kim HoonGi
Publisher
Korean Association for Laboratory Animal Science, Seoul, Korea Republic
Citation
Laboratory Animal Research, 2018, 34, 1, pp 11-19
Abstract

The relative contribution of evolutionary and ontogenetic mechanisms to the emergence of communicative signals in social interactions is one of the central questions in social cognition. Most previously used methods utilized the presentation of a novel signal or a novel context to test effects of...

Author(s)
Gergely, A.; Abdai, J.; Petró, E.; Kosztolányi, A.; Topál, J.; Miklósi, Á.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Animal Behaviour, 2015, 108, pp 137-144
Abstract

Agonistic behavior in group-housed male mice is a recurring problem in many animal research facilities. Common management procedures, such as the removal of aggressors, are moderately successful but often fail, owing to recurrence of aggressive behavior among cagemates. Studies have incorporated...

Author(s)
Lockworth, C. R.; Kim SunJin; Liu Jun; Palla, S. L.; Craig, S. L.
Publisher
American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, Memphis, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, 2015, 54, 6, pp 731-736
Abstract

There are few quantitative examinations of the extent to which dogs discriminate between familiar and unfamiliar persons. In our study we have investigated whether dogs show differential behaviour towards humans of different degrees of familiarity (owner, familiar person, unfamiliar person). Dogs...

Author(s)
Kerepesi, A.; Dóka, A.; Miklósi, Á.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Behavioural Processes, 2015, 110, pp 27-36
Abstract

The aim of this study was to investigate whether dogs could successfully interpret a 'social referencing' cue (either happiness or fear) toward an object after viewing a human emotional expression. Fearful expressions are more likely to be unfamiliar to dogs, and thus they may not understand the...

Author(s)
Yong MinHooi; Ruffman, T.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Behavioural Processes, 2015, 110, pp 74-81
Abstract

Currently assessment and management of animal welfare are based on the supposition that welfare status is something experienced identically by each individual animal when exposed to the same conditions. However, many authors argue that individual welfare cannot be seen as an 'objective' state, but...

Author(s)
Ohl, F.; Putman, R. J.
Publisher
Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Acta Biotheoretica, 2014, 62, 1, pp 35-45
Abstract

It has been widely accepted for some time that species-appropriate environmental enrichment is important for the welfare of research animals, but its impact on research data initially received little attention. This has now changed, as the use of enrichment as one element of routine husbandry has...

Author(s)
Bayne, K.; Würbel, H.
Publisher
Office International des Épizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Revue Scientifique et Technique - Office International des Épizooties, 2014, 33, 1, pp 273-280
Abstract

Experiments of environmental enrichment usually compare between group-housed rats in enriched and unenriched cages or between group-housed rats in enriched cages and single-housed rats in unenriched cages. This bias is mainly to maximize the chance of enrichment both socially and physically. The...

Author(s)
Abou-Ismail, U. A.; Darwish, R. A.; Ramadan, S. G. A.
Publisher
IDOSI Publications, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Citation
Global Veterinaria, 2014, 13, 4, pp 570-582
Abstract

Domestic dogs demonstrate behavioral laterality in response to emotional stimuli; those responses include tail wagging and head turning. The dog is the species with the closest relationship to humans; dogs can express strong social emotions (e.g., attachment and separation anxiety) to specific...

Author(s)
Nagasawa, M.; Kawai, E.; Mogi, K.; Kikusui, T.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Behavioural Processes, 2013, 98, pp 112-116
Abstract

Nursery rearing of rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) alters behaviors but may be necessitated by maternal rejection or death, for research protocols, or for derivation of SPF colonies. The Tulane National Primate Research Center maintains a nursery-reared colony that is free from 9 pathogens as well ...

Author(s)
Bauer, S. A.; Baker, K. C.
Publisher
American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, Memphis, USA
Citation
Comparative Medicine, 2016, 66, 2, pp 129-136

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