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    1. Kells, A; Dawkins, MS; Borja, MC
      The effect of a 'freedom food' enrichment on the behaviour of broilers on commercial farms

      ANIMAL WELFARE
    2. Moinard, C; Lewis, PD; Perry, GC; Sherwin, CM
      The effects of light intensity and light source on injuries due to peckingof male domestic turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo)

      ANIMAL WELFARE
    3. Hale, MW; Crowe, SF
      The effects of apomorphine and haloperidol on memory consolidation in the day-old chick

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Fulghieri, P; Lukin, D
      Information production, dilution costs, and optimal security design

      JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL ECONOMICS
    5. Potzsch, CJ; Lewis, K; Nicol, CJ; Green, LE
      A cross-sectional study of the prevalence of vent pecking in laying hens in alternative systems and its associations with feather pecking, managementand disease

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    6. Huber-Eicher, B; Sebo, F
      The prevalence of feather pecking and development in commercial flocks of laying hens

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    7. Salvatierra, NA; Arce, A
      Day-old chicks categorised on latency to peck, exhibit a stable fear pattern until 15 days of age

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    8. McKeegan, DEF; Savory, CJ
      Feather eating in individually caged hens which differ in their propensityto feather peck

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    9. Nicol, CJ; Lindberg, AC; Phillips, AJ; Pope, SJ; Wilkins, LJ; Green, LE
      Influence of prior exposure to wood shavings on feather pecking, dustbathing and foraging in adult laying hens

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    10. Huber-Eicher, B; Sebo, F
      Reducing feather pecking when raising laying hen chicks in aviary systems

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    11. Haskell, MJ; Vilarino, M; Savina, M; Atamna, J; Picard, M
      Do broiler chicks have a cognitive representation of food quality? Appetitive, behavioural and ingestive responses to a change in diet quality

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    12. Cordiner, LS; Savory, CJ
      Use of perches and nestboxes by laying hens in relation to social status, based on examination of consistency of ranking orders and frequency of interaction

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    13. Taylor, PE; Coerse, NCA; Haskell, M
      The effects of operant control over food and light on the behaviour of domestic hens

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    14. Kjaer, JB; Sorensen, P; Sub, G
      Divergent selection on feather pecking behaviour in laying hens (Gallus gallus domesticus)

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    15. Brannas, E; Wiklund, BS; Burel, C; Ciszuk, P; Liljedahl, LE; Kiessling, A
      Note on a method for individual recognition in feed pecking in free running groups of hens

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    16. Wahlstrom, A; Tauson, R; Elwinger, K
      Plumage condition and health of aviary-kept hens fed mash or crumbled pellets

      POULTRY SCIENCE
    17. Cornetto, T; Estevez, I
      Behavior of the domestic fowl in the presence of vertical panels

      POULTRY SCIENCE
    18. El-lethey, H; Jungi, TW; Huber-Eicher, B
      Effects of feeding corticosterone and housing conditions on feather pecking in laying hens (Gallus gallus domesticus)

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    19. Ohgushi, A; Bungo, T; Shimojo, M; Masuda, Y; Denbow, DM; Furuse, M
      Relationships between feeding and locomotion behaviors after central administration of CRF in chicks

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    20. Ward, JM; Houston, DC; Ruxton, GD; McCafferty, DJ; Cook, P
      Thermal resistance of chicken (Gallus domesticus) plumage: a comparison between broiler and free-range birds

      BRITISH POULTRY SCIENCE
    21. Hocking, PM; Channing, CE; Waddington, D; Jones, RB
      Age-related changes in fear, sociality and pecking behaviours in two strains of laying hen

      BRITISH POULTRY SCIENCE
    22. McKeegan, DEF; Savory, CJ; MacLeod, MG; Mitchell, MA
      Development of pecking damage in layer pullets in relation to dietary protein source

      BRITISH POULTRY SCIENCE
    23. Campo, JL; Munoz, I
      Relationships between dust bathing activity and stress- or fear-related responses in white, tinted, and brown egg breeds of chickens

      ARCHIV FUR GEFLUGELKUNDE
    24. Yngvesson, J; Keeling, LJ
      Body size and fluctuating asymmetry in relation to cannibalistic behaviourin laying hens

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    25. Keller, S; Delius, JD
      Discriminative learning occasioned by the administration of a dopamine agonist

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    26. Chirinko, RS; Singha, AR
      Testing static tradeoff against pecking order models of capital structure:a critical comment

      JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL ECONOMICS
    27. Klein, T; Zeltner, E; Huber-Eicher, B
      Are genetic differences in foraging behaviour of laying hen chicks paralleled by hybrid-specific differences in feather pecking?

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    28. Jones, RB; Carmichael, NL; Rayner, E
      Pecking preferences and pre-dispositions in domestic chicks: implications for the development of environmental enrichment devices

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    29. McAdie, TM; Keeling, LJ
      Effect of manipulating feathers of laying hens on the incidence of featherpecking and cannibalism

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    30. Bilcik, B; Keeling, LJ
      Relationship between feather pecking and ground pecking in laying hens andthe effect of group size

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    31. Cloutier, S; Newberry, RC; Forster, CT; Girsberger, KM
      Does pecking at inanimate stimuli predict cannibalistic behaviour in domestic fowl?

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    32. Gunnarsson, S; Matthews, LR; Foster, TM; Temple, W
      The demand for straw and feathers as litter substrates by laying hens

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    33. Kjaer, JB
      Diurnal rhythm of feather pecking behaviour and condition of integument infour strains of loose housed laying hens

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    34. Blokhuis, HJ; Ekkel, ED; Korte, SM; Hopster, H; van Reenen, CG
      Farm animal welfare research in interaction with society

      VETERINARY QUARTERLY
    35. Zarrindast, MR; Fazli-Tabaei, S; Semnanian, S; Fathollahi, Y; Yahyavi, SH
      Effects of adrenoceptor agents on apomorphine-induced licking behavior in rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    36. Hane, M; Huber-Eicher, B; Frohlich, E
      Survey of laying hen husbandry in Switzerland

      WORLDS POULTRY SCIENCE JOURNAL
    37. Green, LE; Lewis, K; Kimpton, A; Nicol, CJ
      Cross-sectional study of the prevalence of feather pecking in laying hens in alternative systems and its associations with management and disease

      VETERINARY RECORD
    38. Lewis, PD; Perry, GC; Sherwin, CM; Moinard, C
      Effect of ultraviolet radiation on the performance of intact male turkeys

      POULTRY SCIENCE
    39. Tablante, NL; Vaillancourt, JP; Martin, SW; Shoukri, M; Estevez, I
      Spatial distribution of cannibalism mortalities in commercial laying hens

      POULTRY SCIENCE
    40. McGovern, RH; Feddes, JJR; Robinson, FE; Hanson, JA
      Growth, carcass characteristics, and incidence of ascites in broilers exposed to environmental fluctuations and oiled litter

      POULTRY SCIENCE
    41. Schaal, DW; Odum, AL; Shahan, TA
      Pigeons may not remember the stimuli that reinforced their recent behavior

      JOURNAL OF THE EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOR
    42. Troje, NF; Frost, BJ
      Head-bobbing in pigeons: How stable is the hold phase?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    43. Larsen, BH; Vestergaard, KS; Hogan, JA
      Development of dustbathing behavior sequences in the domestic fowl: The significance of functional experience

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOBIOLOGY
    44. Guy, E
      The style of pecked paleolithic figures from Coa Valley (Portugal): First attempt at characterization

      ANTHROPOLOGIE
    45. Barry, PJ; Bierlen, RW; Sotomayor, NL
      Financial structure of farm businesses under imperfect capital markets

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
    46. Jones, RB; Hocking, PM
      Genetic selection for poultry behaviour: Big bad wolf or friend in need?

      ANIMAL WELFARE
    47. Jones, RB; Carmichael, NL
      Can 'environmental enrichment' affect domestic chickens' preferences for one half of an otherwise symmetrical home cage?

      ANIMAL WELFARE
    48. Godoy, AM; Delius, JD
      Sensitization to apomorphine in pigeons is due to conditioning, subject togeneralization but resistant to extinction

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    49. Odum, AL; Schaal, DW
      The effects of morphine on clocked fixed-interval performance: stimulus function or strength of stimulus control?

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    50. Shyam-Sunder, L; Myers, SC
      Testing static tradeoff against pecking order models of capital structure

      JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL ECONOMICS
    51. Durstewitz, D; Kroner, S; Gunturkun, O
      The dopaminergic innervation of the avian telencephalon

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    52. Delius, JD; Emmerton, J; Horster, W; Jager, R; Ostheim, J
      Picture-object recognition in pigeons

      CAHIERS DE PSYCHOLOGIE COGNITIVE-CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY OF COGNITION
    53. Nicol, CJ; Gregory, NG; Knowles, TG; Parkman, ID; Wilkins, LJ
      Differential effects of increased stocking density, mediated by increased flock size, on feather pecking and aggression in laying hens

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    54. McKeegan, DEF; Savory, CJ
      Feather eating in layer pullets and its possible role in the aetiology of feather pecking damage

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    55. Jones, RB; Carmichael, NL
      Responses of domestic chicks to selected pecking devices presented for varying durations

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    56. Freire, R; Walker, A; Nicol, CJ
      The relationship between trough height, feather cover and behaviour of laying hens in modified cages

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    57. Sherwin, CM; Lewis, PD; Perry, GC
      The effects of environmental enrichment and intermittent lighting on the behaviour and welfare of male domestic turkeys

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    58. Savory, CJ; Mann, JS
      Stereotyped pecking after feeding by restricted-fed fowls is influenced bymeal size

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    59. Oden, K; Vestergaard, KS; Algers, B
      Agonistic behaviour and feather pecking in single-sexed and mixed groups of laying hens

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    60. Kjaer, JB; Vestergaard, KS
      Development of feather pecking in relation to light intensity

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    61. Bermejo, R; Zeigler, HP
      Trigeminal deafferentation and conditioned pecking in pigeons

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    62. Martrenchar, A
      Animal welfare and intensive production of turkey broilers

      WORLDS POULTRY SCIENCE JOURNAL
    63. Huber-Eicher, B
      A survey of layer-type pullet rearing in Switzerland

      WORLDS POULTRY SCIENCE JOURNAL
    64. Vestergaard, KS; Sanotra, GS
      Relationships between leg disorders and changes in the behaviour of broiler chickens

      VETERINARY RECORD
    65. Korte, SM; Ruesink, W; Blokhuis, HJ
      Heart rate variability during manual restraint in chicks from high- and low-feather pecking lines of laying hens

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    66. Savory, CJ; Mann, JS; Macleod, MG
      Incidence of pecking damage in growing bantams in relation to food form, group size, stocking density, dietary tryptophan concentration and dietary protein source

      BRITISH POULTRY SCIENCE
    67. Sherwin, CM; Lewis, PD; Perry, GC
      Effects of environmental enrichment, fluorescent and intermittent lightingon injurious pecking amongst male turkey poults

      BRITISH POULTRY SCIENCE
    68. Sherwin, CM; Devereux, CL
      Preliminary investigations of ultraviolet-induced markings on domestic turkey chicks and a possible role in injurious pecking

      BRITISH POULTRY SCIENCE
    69. Vestergaard, KS; Damm, BI; Abbott, UK; Bildsoe, M
      Regulation of dustbathing in feathered and featherless domestic chicks: the Lorenzian model revisited

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    70. Vestergaard, KS; Bildsoe, M
      Dustbathing in relation to early pecking experience in game pheasants (Phasianus colchicus)

      ACTA VETERINARIA BRNO
    71. Wahlstrom, A; Tauson, R; Elwinger, K
      Effects on plumage condition, health and mortality of dietary oats/wheat ratios to three hybrids of laying hens in different housing systems

      ACTA AGRICULTURAE SCANDINAVICA SECTION A-ANIMAL SCIENCE
    72. JONES RB; CARMICHAEL NL
      PECKING AT STRING BY INDIVIDUALLY CAGED, ADULT LAYING HENS - COLOR PREFERENCES AND THEIR STABILITY

      Applied animal behaviour science
    73. JOHNSEN PF; VESTERGAARD KS; NORGAARDNIELSEN G
      INFLUENCE OF EARLY REARING CONDITIONS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF FEATHER PECKING AND CANNIBALISM IN DOMESTIC-FOWL

      Applied animal behaviour science
    74. WECHSLER B; HUBEREICHER B
      THE EFFECT OF FORAGING MATERIAL AND PERCH HEIGHT ON FEATHER PECKING AND FEATHER DAMAGE IN LAYING HENS

      Applied animal behaviour science
    75. RODEN C; WECHSLER B
      A COMPARISON OF THE BEHAVIOR OF DOMESTIC CHICKS REARED WITH OR WITHOUT A HEN IN ENRICHED PENS

      Applied animal behaviour science
    76. BERMEJO R; ZEIGLER HP
      CONDITIONED PREHENSION IN THE PIGEON - KINEMATICS, COORDINATION AND STIMULUS-CONTROL OF THE PECKING RESPONSE

      Behavioural brain research
    77. Rogers, LJ; Andrew, RJ; Burne, THJ
      Light exposure of the embryo and development of behavioural lateralisationin chicks, I: olfactory responses

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    78. BLOKHUIS HJ; WIEPKEMA PR
      STUDIES OF FEATHER PECKING IN POULTRY

      Veterinary quarterly
    79. ABRAHAMSSON P; FOSSUM O; TAUSON R
      HEALTH OF LAYING HENS IN AN AVIARY SYSTEM OVER 5 BATCHES OF BIRDS

      Acta veterinaria Scandinavica
    80. YO T; SIEGEL PB; FAURE JM; PICARD M
      SELF-SELECTION OF DIETARY-PROTEIN AND ENERGY BY BROILERS GROWN UNDER A TROPICAL CLIMATE - ADAPTATION WHEN EXPOSED TO CHOICE FEEDING AT DIFFERENT AGES

      Poultry science
    81. Muir, WM; Craig, JV
      Improving animal well-being through genetic selection

      POULTRY SCIENCE
    82. GARGIULO PA; SIEMANN M; DELIUS JD
      VISUAL-DISCRIMINATION IN PIGEONS IMPAIRED BY GLUTAMATERGIC BLOCKADE OF NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS

      Physiology & behavior
    83. VANDENHEUVEL WF; BERKHOUDT H
      PECKING IN THE CHICKEN (GALLUS-GALLUS-DOMESTICUS) - MOTION ANALYSIS AND STEREOTYPY

      Netherlands journal of zoology
    84. LIONELLO KM; URCUIOLI P
      CONTROL BY SAMPLE LOCATION IN PIGEONS MATCHING-TO-SAMPLE

      Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior
    85. MCSWEENEY FK; WEATHERLY JN
      HABITUATION TO THE REINFORCER MAY CONTRIBUTE TO MULTIPLE-SCHEDULE BEHAVIORAL-CONTRAST

      Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior
    86. DAVISON M; JONES BM
      PERFORMANCE ON CONCURRENT VARIABLE-INTERVAL EXTINCTION SCHEDULES

      Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior
    87. WECHSLER B; HUBEREICHER B; NASH DR
      FEATHER PECKING IN GROWERS - A STUDY WITH INDIVIDUALLY MARKED BIRDS

      British Poultry Science
    88. ZULKIFLI I; BABJEE SA; VIDYADARAN MK; RAMLAH AH
      RELATIONSHIP AMONG GROWTH, BEHAVIOR AND STRESS-RESPONSE IN BROILERS AND RED JUNGLE FOWL WHEN REARED SEPARATELY OR INTERMINGLED

      Archiv fur Geflugelkunde
    89. VILARINO M; LEON A; FAURE JM; PICARD M
      ABILITY OF BROILER CHICKS TO DETECT HIDDEN FOOD

      Archiv fur Geflugelkunde
    90. Hadorn, R; Gloor, A; Wiedmer, H
      The effect of beak-trimming, strain and housing conditions on the development of brown pullets during rearing

      ARCHIV FUR GEFLUGELKUNDE
    91. Johnston, ANB; Burne, THJ; Rose, SPR
      Observation learning in day-old chicks using a one-trial passive avoidancelearning paradigm

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    92. ZWEERS GA; BERGE JCV; BERKHOUDT H
      EVOLUTIONARY PATTERNS OF AVIAN TROPHIC DIVERSIFICATION

      Zoology
    93. ZEIGLER HP
      BEHAVIORAL MORPHOLOGY OF THE PIGEONS PECK - INGESTION, PREHENSION ANDCOGNITION

      European journal of morphology
    94. OSTHEIM J
      VISUAL SENSATION DURING PECKING IN PIGEONS

      European journal of morphology
    95. JAGER R
      SEPARATE CHANNELS FOR VISUOMOTOR TRANSFORMATIONS THE PIGEON

      European journal of morphology
    96. NORGAARDNIELSEN G
      DUSTBATHING AND FEATHER PECKING IN DOMESTIC CHICKENS REARED WITH AND WITHOUT ACCESS TO SAND

      Applied animal behaviour science
    97. KORTE SM; BEUVING G; RUESINK W; BLOKHUIS HJ
      PLASMA-CATECHOLAMINE AND CORTICOSTERONE LEVELS DURING MANUAL RESTRAINT IN CHICKS FROM A HIGH AND LOW FEATHER PECKING LINE OF LAYING HENS

      Physiology & behavior
    98. VESTERGAARD KS; SKADHAUGE E; LAWSON LG
      THE STRESS OF NOT BEING ABLE TO PERFORM DUSTBATHING IN LAYING HENS

      Physiology & behavior
    99. OSTHEIM J
      THE EYE-CLOSING RESPONSE OF PECKING PIGEONS

      Netherlands journal of zoology
    100. JONES BM; DAVISON M
      THE CONTROL OF CHOICE BY ITS CONSEQUENCES

      Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior


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