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Environmental Enrichment for Captive Animals.

Author: Robert J Young
Publisher: Somerset : Wiley, 2013.
Series: UFAW Animal Welfare.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Young, Robert J.
Environmental Enrichment for Captive Animals.
Somerset : Wiley, ©2013
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert J Young
ISBN: 9781118699553 1118699556
OCLC Number: 929526793
Notes: 13 Information Sources about Environmental Enrichment.
Description: 1 online resource (238 pages).
Contents: The Universities Federation for Animal Welfare; Title Page; Copyright; Preface; Acknowledgements; 1 Environmental Enrichment: an Historical Perspective; 1.1 De nitions; 1.2 A Short History of Animal Keeping; 1.3 Two Approaches to Environmental Enrichment; 1.4 Animal Welfare and Environmental Enrichment; 1.5 Developmental Psychology; 1.6 The Animal Rights Movement; 1.7 The Animal Welfare Movement; 1.8 The Five Freedoms: a Central Concept in Animal Welfare; 1.9 Animal Welfare Indicators; 1.10 Conclusion; 2 Why Bother with Environmental Enrichment?; 2.1 Why Use Enrichment? 2.2 Justifying Enrichment2.3 The Ethical Imperative for Environmental Enrichment; 2.4 Zoos: a Special Case for Enrichment; 2.5 Care-givers and Enrichment; 2.6 Conclusion; 3 Does Environmental Enrichment Work?; 3.1 The Evidence; 3.2 How does Enrichment Improve Animal Welfare?; 4 Proactive v. Reactive use of Environmental Enrichment; 4.1 What Animals Want; 4.2 Prioritising Environmental Enrichment; 4.3 Solving Animal-welfare Problems using Environmental Enrichment; 4.4 Summary: Treating Welfare Problems; 5 Designing an Enrichment Device; 5.1 Identifying What You Want to Do. 5.2 Importance of Species-speci c Behaviour5.3 Rewards and Schedules of Reward; 5.4 Cosmetic Design Considerations; 5.5 Safety Considerations; 5.6 Discussion and Summary of the Product Design Process; 6 The Enrichment Programme; 6.1 Setting Goals; 6.2 The Enrichment Diary; 6.3 The Enrichment Manual; 6.4 Changing Animal Care-giver Attitudes; 6.5 Conclusion; 7 Enrichment for Different Categories of Animals; 7.1 Companion Animals; 7.2 Farm Animals; 7.3 Laboratory Animals; 7.4 Zoo Animals; 7.5 Conclusion; 8 Food and Foraging Enrichment; 8.1 What is Food?; 8.2 How Animals Forage and Feed. 8.3 Feeding in General8.4 The Sensory Qualities of Food; 8.5 Conclusion; 9 Social Environmental Enrichment; 9.1 Social Housing of Asocial Species; 9.2 Group Housing of Social Species; 9.3 Behavioural Development and Socialisation; 9.4 Rehabilitation and Group Formation; 9.5 Managing Social Behaviour; 9.6 Solitary Housing of Social Species; 9.7 The Value of Human-Animal Contact; 9.8 The Value of Contraspeci c Contact; 9.9 Limited Physical Contact; 9.10 Visual, Auditory and Olfactory Contact; 9.11 Conclusion; 10 Housing; 10.1 Looking at Species and Housing Levels. 10.2 A Substrate Approach to Housing10.3 A Bottom-up Approach to Animal Housing; 10.4 Barriers: Keeping People Out and Animals In; 10.5 The World Outside the Enclosure; 10.6 Conclusion; 11 Furniture, Toys and other Objects; 11.1 Furniture; 11.2 Furniture Design and Behaviour; 11.3 Toys and Novel Objects; 11.4 Alternatives to Static Homes; 11.5 Conclusion; 12 Designing and Analysing Enrichment Studies; 12.1 Experimental Design; 12.2 Statistical Analysis; 12.3 Example Experimental Design and Associated Statistical Analyses; 12.4 Has Animal Welfare been Improved?
Series Title: UFAW Animal Welfare.

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