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Author Broom, Donald M.
Title Stress and animal welfare : key issues in the biology of humans and other animals / Donald M. Broom, Ken G. Johnson.
Imprint [Place of publication not identified] : Springer, 2020.
Edition Second edition.

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Author Broom, Donald M.
Series Animal welfare, 1572-7408 ; 19.
Animal welfare (Springer) ; v. 19.
Subject Stress (Physiology)
Animal welfare.
Alt Name Johnson, Kenneth Gregory, 1952-
Description 1 online resource.
Edition Second edition.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 6, 2019).
Contents Intro; Animal Welfare Series Preface; Preface to Second Edition; Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1: One Welfare, One Health, One Stress: Humans and Other Animals; 1.1 The Terms Animal, Welfare, Health and Stress; 1.2 Animal Welfare and Social Change; 1.3 The Debate About Animal Usage; 1.4 Genetics, Epigenetics and What the Environment Can Change; 1.5 The Challenge Ahead; References; Chapter 2: Adaptation, Regulation, Sentience and Brain Control; 2.1 Adaptation; 2.2 Homeostatic Control; 2.3 Sentience and the Role of the Brain in Coping; 2.4 Habituation and Sensitisation
2.5 Motivational State2.6 Outputs from Decision Centres; 2.6.1 Neural and Muscular Outputs; 2.6.2 Hormonal and Neurohormonal Outputs; 2.7 Control Systems and Needs; 2.7.1 Simple Models of Control; 2.7.2 Motivational State as the Determinant of Action; 2.7.3 Other Concepts that Have Been Used to Explain Motivation; 2.7.4 The Concepts of Needs and Freedoms; 2.7.5 Motivational Dilemmas and the ̀€Trade-off Concept; 2.8 Types of Control; 2.8.1 Rates of Neural and Hormonal Response; 2.8.2 Feedback and Feedforward Controls; 2.8.3 Predictability of Stimulation; 2.9 Pain
2.10 Other Feelings and Emotions: Positive and Negative2.11 Development of Regulatory Systems; 2.11.1 Early Abilities, Preferences and Experiences; 2.11.2 Learning and Memory; 2.11.3 Lifetime and Evolutionary Changes; References; Chapter 3: Limits to Adaptation; 3.1 Limitations of Timing and Temporal Aspects of Stimulus Modality; 3.1.1 Changes in Frequency; 3.1.2 Changes in Duration; 3.1.3 The Impact of Novelty; 3.1.4 The Value of Forewarning; 3.2 Limitations of Intensity as an Information Basis for Adaptation; 3.2.1 Changes in Intensity; 3.2.2 Hazard Avoidance and Lethal Limits
3.3 Variation in Adaptation Has Consequences for Responses to Stimulation3.4 Integrating Time, Intensity and Mode of Stimulation; 3.5 The Concepts of Tolerance and Coping; 3.6 Variations in Patterns of Adaptation; 3.6.1 Differing Rates and Methods of Adaptation; 3.6.2 Hypersensitivity; 3.6.3 Hyposensitivity and Stress-Induced Analgesia; 3.7 Other Factors Affecting Adaptation and Coping; 3.7.1 Lack of Stimulation; 3.7.2 Unpredictable Stimulation; 3.7.3 Frustration of Behavioural Output; 3.8 Effects of Human Selection of Animals on Their Ability to Adapt; References
Chapter 4: Stress and Welfare: History and Usage of Concepts4.1 Stress; 4.2 Welfare; 4.3 Welfare Assessment; 4.4 Welfare in Relation to Stress; 4.5 Welfare in Relation to Naturalness; 4.6 Welfare and Well-Being; 4.7 Welfare and Quality of Life; 4.8 Welfare and a Life Worth Living; 4.9 Welfare in Other Languages; 4.10 Welfare and Sentience; References; Chapter 5: Assessing Welfare: Short-Term Responses; 5.1 Behavioural Measures of Welfare; 5.1.1 Orientation and Startle Responses; 5.1.2 Individual Differences in Behavioural Responses; 5.1.3 Measures for Assessing Pain
ISBN 9783030321536 (electronic bk.)
3030321533 (electronic bk.)
3030321525
9783030321529
OCLC # 1129100086
Additional Format Print version: 3030321525 9783030321529 (OCoLC)1117312862.


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