Irene Camerlink
Irene Camerlink
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TitleCited byYear
Indirect genetic effects and housing conditions in relation to aggressive behaviour in pigs
I Camerlink, SP Turner, P Bijma, JE Bolhuis
PloS one 8 (6), e65136, 2013
492013
Homeopathy as replacement to antibiotics in the case of Escherichia coli diarrhoea in neonatal piglets
I Camerlink, L Ellinger, EJ Bakker, EA Lantinga
Homeopathy 99 (01), 57-62, 2010
492010
Indirect genetic effects for growth rate in domestic pigs alter aggressive and manipulative biting behaviour
I Camerlink, WW Ursinus, P Bijma, B Kemp, JE Bolhuis
Behavior genetics 45 (1), 117-126, 2015
412015
The prospects of selection for social genetic effects to improve welfare and productivity in livestock
ED Ellen, TB Rodenburg, GAA Albers, JE Bolhuis, I Camerlink, ...
Frontiers in genetics 5, 377, 2014
402014
Relationship between growth rate and oral manipulation, social nosing, and aggression in finishing pigs
I Camerlink, P Bijma, B Kemp, JE Bolhuis
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 142 (1-2), 11-17, 2012
332012
The pig's nose and its role in dominance relationships and harmful behaviour
I Camerlink, SP Turner
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 145 (3-4), 84-91, 2013
312013
Aggressiveness as a component of fighting ability in pigs using a game-theoretical framework
I Camerlink, SP Turner, M Farish, G Arnott
Animal Behaviour 108, 183-191, 2015
272015
Backtest and novelty behavior of female and castrated male piglets, with diverging social breeding values for growth
I Reimert, TB Rodenburg, WW Ursinus, N Duijvesteijn, I Camerlink, ...
Journal of animal science 91 (10), 4589-4597, 2013
212013
Complex contests and the influence of aggressiveness in pigs
I Camerlink, G Arnott, M Farish, SP Turner
Animal Behaviour 121, 71-78, 2016
202016
The translation of animal welfare research into practice: the case of mixing aggression between pigs
RSE Peden, SP Turner, LA Boyle, I Camerlink
Applied animal behaviour science 204, 1-9, 2018
172018
Same pig, different conclusions: Stakeholders differ in qualitative behaviour assessment
N Duijvesteijn, M Benard, I Reimert, I Camerlink
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 27 (6), 1019-1047, 2014
172014
Aggression and affiliation during social conflict in pigs
I Camerlink, SP Turner, WW Ursinus, I Reimert, JE Bolhuis
PloS one 9 (11), e113502, 2014
152014
The influence of experience on contest assessment strategies
I Camerlink, SP Turner, M Farish, G Arnott
Scientific reports 7 (1), 14492, 2017
142017
Growth performance and carcass traits in pigs selected for indirect genetic effects on growth rate in two environments
I Camerlink, JE Bolhuis, N Duijvesteijn, JAM Van Arendonk, P Bijma
Journal of Animal Science 92 (6), 2612-2619, 2014
142014
Emotions after victory or defeat assessed through qualitative behavioural assessment, skin lesions and blood parameters in pigs
I Camerlink, M Peijnenburg, F Wemelsfelder, SP Turner
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 183, 28-34, 2016
102016
Early socialisation as a strategy to increase piglets’ social skills in intensive farming conditions
LC Salazar, HL Ko, CH Yang, L Llonch, X Manteca, I Camerlink, P Llonch
Applied animal behaviour science 206, 25-31, 2018
82018
Pre-weaning environmental enrichment increases piglets’ object play behaviour on a large scale commercial pig farm
CH Yang, HL Ko, LC Salazar, L Llonch, X Manteca, I Camerlink, P Llonch
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 202, 7-12, 2018
82018
Farmers’ perception of aggression between growing pigs
I Camerlink, SP Turner
Applied animal behaviour science 192, 42-47, 2017
82017
Lateralization influences contest behaviour in domestic pigs
I Camerlink, S Menneson, SP Turner, M Farish, G Arnott
Scientific reports 8 (1), 12116, 2018
62018
Breeding for pig welfare: Opportunities and challenges
SP Turner, I Camerlink, EM Baxter, RB D’Eath, S Desire, R Roehe
Advances in Pig Welfare, 399-414, 2018
62018
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