Theses

Arnold, N.A. (2005). Behavioural and physiological responses of dairy cows to components of the milking shed environment. PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne.

Betts, K.S. (2011). The effect of feeding ractopamine on growth performance, carcass composition, meat quality and cortisol concentration in purebred Berkshire swine. M.S. Thesis, The Ohio State University, Columbus.

Botheras, N. (2001). Effects of previous housing on agonistic behaviour of group-housed domestic pigs, Sus scrofa. Honours thesis (Bachelor of Science, Zoology), University of Melbourne, Australia.

Botheras, N. (2006). The behaviour and welfare of grazing dairy cows (Bos Taurus): Effects of time away from pasture and position in the milking order. PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne.

Crawford, S.M. (2012). Improving the attitudes and behavior of stockpersons toward pigs and the subsequent influence on animal behavior and production characteristics of commercial finishing pigs in Ohio. Ph.D. Thesis, The Ohio State University, Columbus.

Dwyer, F. (2004). The development of a multidimensional human-canine relationship questionnaire-the Monash dog owner relationship scale. PhD thesis, Monash University.

Edwards, L.E. (2009). The human – animal relationship in the laying hen. PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne, May 2009.

Engel, J. (2008). The human – animal relationship and its effects on the behaviour and welfare of laying hens. Masters thesis, The Ohio State University.

Hemsworth, L.M. (2012). The welfare of recreational horses in Victoria: the occurrence of and factors involved with horse welfare. PhD Thesis, Monash University.

Karlen, G. (2005). The welfare of gestating sows housed in conventional stalls and in large groups on deep litter. Masters thesis, (Master of Animal Welfare), The University of Melbourne.

Kerswell, K. (2008). The Relationship between Morphology and Social Communication in the Domestic Dog (Canis familiaris). PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne.

King, T (2000). Measuring responses of novel and startling stimuli in the dog Canis familiaris. Honours thesis (Bachelor of Science, Zoology), University of Melbourne, Australia.

Kobelt, A.J. (2004). The behaviour and welfare of pet dogs in suburban backyards. PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne.

Laine, S. M. (2011). Animal preferences: effects of environmental and animal factors on the choice behaviour of laying hens, Gallus gallus domesticus. PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne.

Lauber, M.C.Y. (2006). Behavioural development in dairy calves: factors affecting learning and behavioural responses to novel and startling stimuli. PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne.

Ley, J. (2008). Describing and Assessing Canine Personality. PhD thesis, Monash University, November 2008.

Marston, L.C. (2006). Factors affecting the adoption of dogs from animal welfare shelters. PhD thesis, Monash University.

McLean, A, (2005). The mental processes of the horse and their consequences for training. PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne.

Morris, H., (2009). Effects of environmental enrichment on learning and adaptability in chickens. PhD Thesis, The Ohio State University

Ng, M. (2001). Measuring behavioural development in dairy calves. Honours Thesis (Bachelor of Agricultural Science), La Trobe University, Australia

Pearson, N.Y. (2003). A study of horse ownership and management in Victoria, Australia. Masters thesis, (Master of Animal Welfare), The University of Melbourne.

Pempek, J.A. (2011). Effects of alternative housing and feeding systems on the behavior and performance of dairy heifer calves. M.S. Thesis, The Ohio State University, Columbus.

Pierce, B.N. (2008). The Effects of Stress-like levels of Cortisol on Reproductive Neuroendocrine Function and Sexual Behavior in Ewes. PhD Thesis, Monash University.

Ralph, C.R. (2013) Circulating plasma glucocorticoid concentrations did not consistently predict intracellular glucocorticoid concentrations or their effect on glucose metabolism in the pig (Sus scrofa) or the laying hen (Gallus gallus domesticus). The University of Melbourne.

Roussell, S. (2003) Effects of repeated stress during pregnancy in goats and ewes on the behavioural and physiological reactivity of the offspring. PhD thesis, Institut National Agronomique Paris-Grignon.

Sargent, R (2001). The Social And Feeding Behaviour Of Growing Pigs In Deep-Litter, Group Housing Systems. Ph.D. thesis, University of Melbourne, Australia.

Smith, K. (2008). Studying pig welfare using animal preferences. Masters thesis, The Ohio State University.

Turner, A.I. (1998). Repeated acute elevation of cortisol did not affect reproduction in females pigs. Ph.D. thesis, Monash University, Australia.

Van de Kuyt, N. (2003). Attitudes of Melbourne residents towards the management of dogs and cats in the community. Masters thesis, (Master of Animal Welfare), The University of Melbourne.

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