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Publisher: Universities Federation for Animal Welfare

Volume 16, Number 1, February 2007

Song development in birds: the role of early experience and its potential effect on rehabilitation success
pp. 1-13(13)
Authors: Spencer, KA; Harris, S; Baker, PJ; Cuthill, IC

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Training laboratory-housed non-human primates, part 1: a UK survey
pp. 21-36(16)
Authors: Prescott, MJ; Buchanan-Smith, HM

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Presence of a privacy divider increases proximity in pair-housed rhesus monkeys
pp. 37-39(3)
Authors: Basile, BM; Hampton, RR; Chaudhry, AM; Murray, EA

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Physiological response of rabbits to heat, cold, noise and mixing in the context of transport
pp. 41-47(7)
Authors: De la Fuente, J; Díaz, MT; Ibáñez, M; González de Chavarri, E

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The welfare of finishing pigs under different housing and feeding systems: liquid versus dry feeding in fully-slatted and straw-based housing
pp. 53-62(10)
Authors: Scott, K; Chennells, DJ; Armstrong, D; Taylor, L; Gill, BP; Edwards, SA

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Do double cages and access to occupational materials improve the welfare of farmed mink?
pp. 63-76(14)
Authors: Hansen, SW; Malmkvist, J; Palme, R; Damgaard, BM

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Effect of beak length on feed intake in pigeons (Columba livia f. domestica)
pp. 77-83(7)
Authors: Savas, T; Konyali, C; Das, G; Yurtman, IY

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Behaviour of golden hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus) kept in four different cage sizes
pp. 85-93(9)
Authors: Fischer, K; Gebhardt-Henrich, SG; Steiger, A

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Free Content Reports and Comments
pp. 95-98(4)

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Free Content Book Reviews
pp. 99-104(6)

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