|Can video images imitate real stimuli in animal behaviour experiments?|
Biological Reviews 73 (3), 267-292, 1998
|Investigating the behavioural and physiological indicators of neonatal survival in pigs|
EM Baxter, S Jarvis, RB D’eath, DW Ross, SK Robson, M Farish, ...
Theriogenology 69 (6), 773-783, 2008
|‘Freedom from hunger’and preventing obesity: the animal welfare implications of reducing food quantity or quality|
RB D'Eath, BJ Tolkamp, I Kyriazakis, AB Lawrence
Animal Behaviour 77 (2), 275-288, 2009
|The welfare implications of large litter size in the domestic pig I: biological factors|
KMD Rutherford, EM Baxter, RB D'eath, SP Turner, G Arnott, R Roehe, ...
Animal Welfare 22 (2), 199-218, 2013
|Socialising piglets before weaning improves social hierarchy formation when pigs are mixed post-weaning|
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 93 (3-4), 199-211, 2005
|Colour perception and the use of video playback experiments in animal behaviour|
LJ Fleishman, WJ McCLINTOCK, RB D'Eath, DH Brainard, JA Endler
Animal Behaviour 56 (4), 1035-1040, 1998
|Individual aggressiveness measured in a resident-intruder test predicts the persistence of aggressive behaviour and weight gain of young pigs after mixing|
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 77 (4), 267-283, 2002
|Social discrimination and aggression by laying hens in large groups: from peck orders to social tolerance|
RB D’Eath, LJ Keeling
Applied animal behaviour science 84 (3), 197-212, 2003
|Genetic validation of postmixing skin injuries in pigs as an indicator of aggressiveness and the relationship with injuries under more stable social conditions|
SP Turner, R Roehe, RB D'eath, SH Ison, M Farish, MC Jack, ...
Journal of Animal Science 87 (10), 3076-3082, 2009
|The welfare implications of large litter size in the domestic pig II: management factors|
EM Baxter, KMD Rutherford, RB d'Eath, G Arnott, SP Turner, P Sand°e, ...
Animal Welfare 22 (2), 219-238, 2013
|Laying hens do not discriminate between video images of conspecifics|
RB D'eath, MS DAWKINS
Animal Behaviour 52 (5), 903-912, 1996
|Injurious tail biting in pigs: how can it be controlled in existing systems without tail docking?|
RB D’Eath, G Arnott, SP Turner, T Jensen, HP Lahrmann, ME Busch, ...
Animal 8 (9), 1479-1497, 2014
|Association of HPA axis-related genetic variation with stress reactivity and aggressive behaviour in pigs|
E Murßni, S Ponsuksili, RB D'Eath, SP Turner, E Kurt, G Evans, L Th÷lking, ...
BMC genetics 11 (1), 74, 2010
|The natural behaviour of the pig|
RB D’Eath, SP Turner
The welfare of pigs, 13-45, 2009
|Genetics of animal temperament: aggressive behaviour at mixing is genetically associated with the response to handling in pigs|
RB d’Eath, R Roehe, SP Turner, SH Ison, M Farish, MC Jack, ...
Animal 3 (11), 1544-1554, 2009
|Animal economics: assessing the motivation of female laboratory rabbits to reach a platform, social contact and food|
SC Seaman, NK Waran, G Mason, RB D'Eath
Animal Behaviour 75 (1), 31-42, 2008
|Environmental enrichment enhances spatial cognition in rats by reducing thigmotaxis (wall hugging) during testing|
AP Harris, RB D'Eath, SD Healy
Animal Behaviour 77 (6), 1459-1464, 2009
|Pigs’ aggressive temperament affects pre-slaughter mixing aggression, stress and meat quality|
RB D’Eath, SP Turner, E Kurt, G Evans, L Th÷lking, H Looft, K Wimmers, ...
Animal 4 (4), 604-616, 2010
|Breeding for behavioural change in farm animals: Practical, economic and ethical 1 considerations|
RB D’eath, J Conington, AB Lawrence, IAS Olsson, P Sand°e
Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 2010
|The effect of confinement during lactation on the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis and behaviour of primiparous sows|
S Jarvis, RB D'Eath, SK Robson, AB Lawrence
Physiology & behavior 87 (2), 345-352, 2006