Stress and Animal Welfare: Key Issues in the Biology of Humans and Other Animals
This book, published mid-December 2019, is useful for medical, veterinary, biology and animal science students and others interested:
Broom, D.M. and Johnson, K.G. 2019. Stress and Animal Welfare: Key Issues in the Biology of Humans and Other Animals, 2nd edn. (pp. 230). Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature. ISBN 978-3-030-32152-9. ISBN 978-3-030-32153-6 (eBook). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-32153-6
The self-contained chapters with reference lists are:
- One welfare, one health, one stress, humans and other animals
- Adaptation, regulation, sentience and brain control
- Limits to adaptation
- Stress and welfare: history and usage of concepts
- Assessing welfare: short-term responses
- Assessing welfare: long-term responses,
- Preference studies and welfare
- Ethics: considering world issues
- Stress and welfare in the world
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