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Stereotypic animal behaviour : fundamentals and applications to welfare
edited by Georgia Mason and Jeffrey Rushen.
Table of Contents
1. A decade-or-more's progress in understanding stereotypic behaviour / J. Rushen and G. Mason -- 2. Stereotypic oral behaviour in captive ungulates : foraging, diet and gastrointestinal function / R. Bergeron, A. J. Badnell-Waters, S. Lambton and G. Mason -- 3. Locomotory stereotypies in carnivores : does pacing stem from hunting, ranging or frustrated escape? / R. Clubb and S. Vickery -- 4. The motivational basis of caged rodents' stereotypies / H. Wurbel -- 5. Perseveration and stereotypy - systems-level insights from clinical psychology / J. P. Garner -- 6. Deprived environments : developmental insights from primatology / M. A. Novak, J. S. Meyer, C. Lutz and S. Tiefenbacher --7. The neurobiology of stereotypy I : environmental complexity / M. H. Lewis, M. F. Presti, J. B. Lewis and C. A. Turner -- 8. The neurobiology of stereotypy II : the role of stress / S. Cabib -- 9. Environmental enrichment as a strategy for mitigating stereotypies in zoo animals : a literature review and meta-analysis / R. Swaisgood and D. Shepherdson -- 10. Veterinary and pharmacological approaches to abnormal repetitive behaviour / D. Mills and A. Luescher -- 11. Stereotypic behaviour in captive animals : fundamentals and implications for welfare and beyond / G. Mason.