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Tail Docking of Canine Puppies: Reassessment of the Tail's Role in Communication, the Acute Pain Caused by Docking and Interpretation of Behavioural Responses

David Mellor
2018 Animals  
supportable.  ...  It is argued that the present analysis strengthens the rationale for such bans or restrictions on docking of puppies by clarifying which of several justifications previously used are and are not scientifically  ...  , for much helpful information about dog behaviour, and Massey University colleagues Nikki Kells and Kat Littlewood for  ... 
doi:10.3390/ani8060082 pmid:29857482 pmcid:PMC6028921 fatcat:a4o4ktsvsfajflkhxjtvqvwdci

Understanding the imitation deficit in autism may lead to a more specific model of autism as an empathy disorder

Tony Charman
2001 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Stephanie Preston would also like to thank Jay Nagtalon for helping with references and Brent Stansfield for his intelligence, helpfulness, and patience.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank the following people for reading and giving helpful comments on previous versions: Filippo Aureli, Rachel Ebling, Richard Ivry, Lisa Parr, Lynn Robertson  ...  In conclusion, the varied types of empathy disorders support the idea that empathy is a neurologically-distributed process.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x0231001x fatcat:k3k2ko6u4zeyfmzka52rex5jee

The relationship of smartphone addiction with teenagers mental health in vocational high school padang Indonesia 2017

Meri Neherta, Trivini Valencya, Yoshi Hernanda
2018 Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development  
During the period January to December 2017, laparoscopic cholecystectomies procedure were performed for 110 patients at this hospital, and and then investigated the incidence of bile duct injuries.  ...  support for it.  ...  and just before packing as a surface treatment regimen for their study.  ... 
doi:10.5958/0976-5506.2018.01491.2 fatcat:xovivjgyd5fafdcl2mfarihfba

The marmoset monkey as a model for visual neuroscience

Jude F. Mitchell, David A. Leopold
2015 Neuroscience research  
Their natural gaze behavior closely resembles that of other primates, with a tendency to focus on objects of social interest including faces.  ...  Their immaturity at birth and routine twinning also makes them ideal for the study of postnatal visual development.  ...  This work was supported by R21-MH104756 and the Intramural Research Program of the National Institute of Mental Health.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neures.2015.01.008 pmid:25683292 pmcid:PMC4408257 fatcat:todjqg26snblnlapstrw5zg7hq

Multispecies Interferences Taxidermy and the Return of Wolves

Elisa Frank
2019 Ethnologia Europaea  
We still had a display case left up there we could use for that. And so, we thought, OK, let's do it.  ...  I use -as many others before -the concept of agency in a more open, performative, distributive and relational way.  ... 
doi:10.16995/ee.1434 fatcat:r2rrmnudgjghpp44myyma4nnu4

Visualizing the invisible: class excursions to ignite children's enthusiasm for microbes

Terry J. McGenity, Amare Gessesse, John E. Hallsworth, Esther Garcia Cela, Carol Verheecke‐Vaessen, Fengping Wang, Max Chavarría, Max M. Haggblom, Søren Molin, Antoine Danchin, Eddy J. Smid, Cédric Lood (+19 others)
2020 Microbial Biotechnology  
aware of them, except when they fall ill with an infection.  ...  However, a significant barrier to attaining widespread appreciation of microbial contributions to our well-being and that of the planet is the fact that microbes are seldom visible: most people are only peripherally  ...  Acknowledgements TJM acknowledges support from the following UKRI grants: STFC 'Trace gas bio-signatures: implications for NOMAD' ST/S001425/1) and NERC 'FUSED -Functionality of Urban Soils supporting  ... 
doi:10.1111/1751-7915.13576 pmid:32406115 fatcat:4bn6wpowmjct7gq45gzmdzpjqe

Crossing the Rubicon: Behaviorism, Language, and Evolutionary Continuity

Michael C Corballis
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
The blending of language into cognition provides for both interspecies differences in mental function, and continuity between humans and other species.  ...  K., Pack, A. A., and Herman, L. M. (1998). Memory for recent actions in the bottlenosed dolphin ( Tursiops truncatus ): Repetition of arbitrary behaviors using an abstract rule. Anim. Learn.  ...  No use, distribution or reproduction is permitted which does not comply with these terms. *Correspondence: Michael C. Corballis,  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.00653 pmid:32373020 pmcid:PMC7186390 fatcat:4zemfcco3zb4ncxr2ucra34x6m

Grouse and Quails of North America

J. F. Bendell, Paul A. Johnsgard
1975 Journal of Wildlife Management  
, and chromosomal or biochemical evidence useful supporting data.  ...  Koivisto (1965) suggested that display ground be used to describe the general topographic location in which social display is performed, arena be used to indicate the specific area (the collective territories  ...  C. virginianus suffix -aceus, meaning pertaining to grouse-probably from French greoche, greiche and griais, meaning spotted bird, and used in England as "grous" for the red grouse before being applied  ... 
doi:10.2307/3800500 fatcat:xtvljxeyrze5rdd2fdgsrb5ciq

2021 AOA Research Abstracts and Poster Competition

2021 Journal of Osteopathic Medicine  
To enhance the readability of this special feature, abstracts have been edited for basic style only.  ...  Neither the AOA's Bureau of Osteopathic Research and Public Health Education nor the JOM assumes responsibility for the content of these abstracts.  ...  Units for FDP are displayed as ms 2 .  ... 
doi:10.1515/jom-2021-2000 fatcat:jc3gj7xpgbht3ii5gzjhevaduu

"No More Boomerang": Environment and Technology in Contemporary Aboriginal Australian Poetry

John Ryan
2015 Humanities  
Not merely a physical backdrop for human activities, the ancient Aboriginal landscape is a nexus of ecological, spiritual, material, and more-than-human overlays-and one which is increasingly compromised  ...  He also thanks the two anonymous reviewers for their critical insights.  ...  Acknowledgments The author wishes to acknowledge the CREATEC research center at Edith Cowan University in Australia for its generous provision of a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, 2012-2015, during which  ... 
doi:10.3390/h4040938 fatcat:thpiegwlynhu7hg7nhvqmc5o5e

Art and Our Surrounds: Emergent and Residual Languages

Adriana Michéle Campos Johnson
2020 ARTMargins  
this transformation. 54 Richard argues that the art scene in Chile is marked by a leap from the "format of the painting (the pictorial tradition) to the support-landscape (the materiality of the social  ...  Notably for Demos, Banerjee uses a variety of documentary practices to advocate for the protection of ecologically significant areas, such as the Arctic, as well as for the human rights of indigenous peoples  ... 
doi:10.1162/artm_r_00258 fatcat:gsgjw77ajfeihjqxwm2pvjwixe

Parallel sessions - abstracts of presentations

2005 Acta Tropica  
Interpretation: Using a fever sign alone as a basis for malaria diagnosis leads to many unnecessary treatments, with consequences on cost, side-effects and the development of resistance.  ...  Odds ratios for parasitaemia ranged from 0.58 to 2.3 and 0.45 to 2.53. Both sites had extremely low MAFF too: −0.01 to 0.04.  ...  Introduction: The National ITN strategy in Tanzania involves a two-pronged strategy of creating an enabling environment for promoting private manufacture and distribution of ITNs, and at the same time  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.actatropica.2005.06.013 fatcat:gizw75udovexxlxrb6enkv4ade

Practical pain management in the neonate

Jonathan De Lima, Kathryn Browning Carmo
2010 Bailliere's Best Practice & Research. Clinical Anaesthesiology  
References Acknowledgements The clinical research of K Allegaert is supported by the Fund for Scientific Research, Flanders (Belgium) (FWO Vlaanderen) by a Fundamental Clinical Investigatorship (1800209N  ...  Kaye Spence AM for their helpful comments and critical appraisals of the manuscript during its preparation. Conflict of interest statement None.  ...  Thus, there is currently no support or rationale for not using age-adequate equipment in children.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bpa.2010.04.001 pmid:21033008 fatcat:s7kyhhfhibdxbprjvpd3y74rbe

Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 1, No. 2, July 2008, all in one file

JSD Editor
2009 Journal of Sustainable Development  
Many social scientists exclaimed that CNPC was not a socially responsible enterprise any more although it used to be high praised for its social responsibilities.  ...  and awareness of the general public.  ...  This is the "threshold" for the coordination or conflict of coupling.  ... 
doi:10.5539/jsd.v1n2p0 fatcat:pwsccbctxnbrfim5joxflk3smq

Critical periods of vulnerability for the developing nervous system: evidence from humans and animal models

D Rice, S Barone
2000 Environmental Health Perspectives  
Moreover, the ontogeny of specific behaviors can be used to draw inferences regarding the maturation of specific brain structures or neural circuits in rodents and primates, including humans.  ...  supports.  ...  The consequences of a shift in the IQ distribution have been discussed (398, 399) . Even a small shift to the left in the normal distribution has a large effect on the tails of the distribution.  ... 
doi:10.1289/ehp.00108s3511 pmid:10852851 pmcid:PMC1637807 fatcat:6gdjt7vvkzfgdkkcypgtthcbhe
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