Georgia J. Mason
Georgia J. Mason
University of Guelph, Dept. of Animal Biosciences (ABScBW Fac), CCSAW
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TitleCited byYear
Stereotypies: a critical review
GJ Mason
Animal Behaviour 41 (6), 1015-1037, 1991
Can’t stop, won’t stop: is stereotypy a reliable animal welfare indicator?
GJ Mason, N Latham
Animal Welfare, 2004
Stereotypic behaviour in captive animals: fundamentals and implications for welfare and beyond
G Mason
In: Stereotypic Animal behaviour: Fundamentals and Applications to Welfare 2 …, 2006
Why and how should we use environmental enrichment to tackle stereotypic behaviour?
G Mason, R Clubb, N Latham, S Vickery
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 102 (3-4), 163-188, 2007
Animal welfare: captivity effects on wide-ranging carnivores
R Clubb, G Mason
Nature 425 (6957), 473, 2003
Frustrations of fur-farmed mink
GJ Mason, J Cooper, C Clarebrough
Nature 410 (6824), 35, 2001
Why is there no simple way of measuring animal welfare?
GJ Mason, M Mendl
Animal Welfare, 1993
Stereotypies and suffering
GJ Mason
Behavioural Processes 25 (2-3), 103-115, 1991
Species differences in responses to captivity: stress, welfare and the comparative method
GJ Mason
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 25 (12), 713-721, 2010
Dissociation in the effects of neonatal maternal separations on maternal care and the offsprings' HPA and fear responses in rats
S Macrí, GJ Mason, H Würbel
European Journal of Neuroscience 20 (4), 1017-1024, 2004
Evidence for a relationship between cage stereotypies and behavioural disinhibition in laboratory rodents
JP Garner, GJ Mason
Behavioural Brain Research 136 (1), 83-92, 2002
From house mouse to mouse house: the behavioural biology of free-living Mus musculus and its implications in the laboratory
N Latham, G Mason
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 86 (3), 261-289, 2004
Natural behavioural biology as a risk factor in carnivore welfare: How analysing species differences could help zoos improve enclosures
R Clubb, GJ Mason
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 102 (3-4), 303-328, 2007
Age and context affect the stereotypies of caged mink
GJ Mason
Behaviour 127 (3-4), 191-229, 1993
Maternal deprivation and the development of stereotypic behaviour
NR Latham, GJ Mason
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 110 (1-2), 84-108, 2008
Compromised survivorship in zoo elephants
R Clubb, M Rowcliffe, P Lee, KU Mar, C Moss, GJ Mason
Science 322 (5908), 1649-1649, 2008
Forms of stereotypic behaviour.
GJ Mason
In: Stereotypic Animal Behaviour: Fundamentals and Applications to Animal …, 1993
The humaneness of rodent pest control.
GJ Mason, KE Littin
Animal Welfare, 2003
Do the stereotypies of pigs, chickens and mink reflect adaptive species differences in the control of foraging?
G Mason, M Mendl
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 53 (1-2), 45-58, 1997
The identification of abnormal behaviour and behavioural problems in stabled horses and their relationship to horse welfare: a comparative review
JJ Cooper, GJ Mason
Equine Veterinary Journal 30 (S27), 5-9, 1998
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