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effects of spatial restriction on the behavior of random-source dogs

Loren Nakano

effects of spatial restriction on the behavior of random-source dogs

by Loren Nakano

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dogs -- Psychology.,
  • Animal welfare.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Loren Nakano.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 221 leaves :
    Number of Pages221
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16444712M

    Special Issue "Spatial Cognition and Behaviour" Special Issue Editors (This article belongs to the Special Issue Spatial Cognition and Behaviour) opinions and data contained in the journal Behavioral Sciences are solely those of the individual authors and contributors and not . An important issue in empirical spatial analysis is how one can detect the presence of these spatial effects, and, moreover, how one can distinguish between spatial dependence as a nuisance and a substantive spatial process (Doreian ; Anselin and Grifith ). A well-known test for spatial autocorrelation in theCited by:

    effect of time alone on in-kennel behavior of shelter dogs. Third, we evaluated the effect of the type of human attention on in-kennel behavior of shelter dogs. Finally, we assessed which behaviors influenced length of stay, while accounting for the variables mentioned above. Together, these findings have the potential to In-Kennel Behavior Cited by: Dixon, L. M () The effects of spatial restriction on the behavior of rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus), Journal of Veterinary Behavior () 5, Seaman, S. () Animal economics: assessing the motivation of female laboratory rabbits to reach a platform, social contact and food, ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR, , 75, 31e

    [social] behavior”? • This definition appeared in in a review of E.O. Wilson’s book, Consilience (). (See Alcock, p ) – genes are required for behavior, but do not determine it alone • Richard Alexander () pointed out that the claim of genetic determinism excludes environment outside the DNA, so it is a ridiculous. Books shelved as spatial-awareness: Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss, Old MacDonald in the City by Suzanne Williams, The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric C.


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Spatial restrictions that influence the execution of behavior are generally thought to cause frustration and have an effect on welfare (Morgan and Tromborg,Petherick, ), whereas in rabbits, restriction of natural movement has also been shown to cause permanent abnormalities of the skeleton (Drescher, ).Cited by: The present study aimed to investigate the effects of audiobooks upon the behaviour of 31 dogs housed in a rescue shelter.

The dogs were exposed to five auditory conditions (audiobook, classical music, pop music, psychoacoustically designed dog music and no auditory control) for 2 h with an intervening period of 2 days between by: 7.

Nakano, The effects of spatial restriction on the behavior of random-source dogs Dissertation Abstracts International () M.A.

Novak, S.J. Suomi, Psychological wellbeing of primates in captivity Am Psychol () Cited by: In dogs, the social and spatial restriction associated with living in a kennel environment could lead to chronic stress and the development of abnormal behaviors ("kennel-dog syndrome").

Under outdoor group housing (GH) conditions, the behavior of the dogs was significantly affected by the prevailing weather conditions.

In comparison to the group that experienced pleasant weather (PW) conditions, the group that was exposed to bad weather (BW) showed behavioral characteristics that were later associated with spatial and social restriction (the IH condition).Cited by: Effects of the spatial definition of behavior settings on children's behavior: A quasi-experimental field study Author links open overlay panel Gary T.

Moore Show moreCited by: The Spatial Random Effects and the Spatial Fixed Effects Model: The Hausman Test in a Cliff and Ord Panel Model Jan Mutl, Michael Pfaffermayr Reihe Ökonomie Economics Series.

The subjects performance generally improved over sessions as shown in the graph. Dogs showed significant improvement in performances in session 1 to session 2, but nonsignificant effects were found for block.

Dogs showed improved ability to find the rewarded arms without revisiting arms as trials progressed. To test the idea that dogs have a positive influence on the social behavior of school children, one of three dogs was introduced alternately into a class at an elementary school in Vienna, attended by 24 children (mean age: years).Cited by: On admission to rescue and rehoming centres dogs are faced with a variety of short- and long-term stressors including novelty, spatial/social restriction and increased noise levels.

Overall satisfaction with the text was high. The price is also right. In sum, it is a good book, well received, and I will use it again next semester." --Bill Dakan, University of Louisville "Spatial Behavior is a valuable and useful source book and a 'must' for active researchers, teachers, practitioners, and policy makers/5(12).

Search behaviorin cats and dogs: Interspecific differences in working memoryand spatial cognition FRANyOISY. DORE,SYLVAIN FISET, SONIAGOULET, MARIE-CHANTALEDUMAS, and SYLVAIN GAGNON UniuersiteLaval, Quebec, Quebec, Canada Cats' and dogs'search behavior was compared in different problems where an object was visibly movedbehind ascreenthat was Cited by:   Spatial cognition is discussed from two closely related perspectives: the internal mapping of external stimuli (e.g., landmarks and sensory perception of environmental information) and the internal mapping of internally perceived stimuli (e.g., kinesthetic and visual imagery), and their subsequent effects on behaviour.

Speed of Dog Adoption: Impact of Online Photo Traits. and dog behavior. The study included dogs such as moving to a new home with spatial restrictions or the birth of a child, alongside a. Search behavior in cats and dogs: Interspecific differences in working memory and spatial cognition Article (PDF Available) in Learning & Behavior 24(2) June with Reads.

Given its multidisciplinary heritage, spatial cognition research involves a great variety of methodological approaches. This chapter reviews the study of human spatial cognition with primary data collected via behavioral methods.

Behavioral methods involve recording behavior, including what people do, where they go, and what they say or by: 4. The spatial relations among stimuli, responses, and reinforcers have received little attention from researchers in animal learning and behavior relative to that paid the temporal relations.

The past 10 to 15 years, however, show signs of a revival of interest in work on spatial relations. The history of animal learning and behavior research for which spatial relations was an explicit concern Cited by: BEHAVIOR Dogs’ brains and behaviors D ogs have been bred for traits ranging from herding and hunting to companionship.

Attributes such as trainability or highly tuned olfaction characterize different breeds. Using magnetic resonance imaging, Hecht et al. scanned the brains of dogs from 10 breed groups defined by behavioral : Laura M.

Zahn. Cambridge Core - Ecology and Conservation - Spatial Analysis - by Mark R. Dale Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our by: Gender didnot affect the chronic stress responses to social and spatial restriction.

A low posture and increased auto-grooming, paw lifting, vocalizing, repetitivebehavior, and coprophagy may indicate chronic stress in dogs, and as such, canhelp to identify poor by:.

The statement of task given to this Committee by NIH was specific to the use of animals from Class B dealers in scientific research, but this report addresses the use of random source dogs and cats in particular, per the intent of Congress (as discussed in the Summary and Chapter 1).The two types of animals, random source and Class B, are inextricably linked but also differ; Class B dealers.A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.The Influence of Sex and Temperament on Spatial Learning in Domestic Dogs Rebecca Showalter Robert Polewan space plays a role in our spatial behavior.

For instance, the ability to locate and navigate to places is necessary for In addition to trial length, other variables, such as the sex of the organism may have an effect on spatial.