Georgia J. Mason
Georgia J. Mason
University of Guelph, Dept. of Animal Biosciences (ABScBW Fac), CCSAW
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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
Captivity effects on wide-ranging carnivores
R Clubb, G Mason
Nature 425 (6957), 473-474, 2003
Frustrations of fur-farmed mink
GJ Mason, J Cooper, C Clarebrough
Nature 410 (6824), 35-36, 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
Maternal deprivation and the development of stereotypic behaviour
NR Latham, GJ Mason
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 110 (1-2), 84-108, 2008
Age and context affect the stereotypies of caged mink
GJ Mason
Behaviour 127 (3-4), 191-229, 1993
Compromised survivorship in zoo elephants
R Clubb, M Rowcliffe, P Lee, KU Mar, C Moss, GJ Mason
Science 322 (5908), 1649-1649, 2008
The humaneness of rodent pest control.
GJ Mason, KE Littin
Animal Welfare, 2003
Forms of stereotypic behaviour.
GJ Mason
In: Stereotypic Animal Behaviour: Fundamentals and Applications to Animal …, 1993
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
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
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