Items where Author is "Ward, SJ"

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Journal article

WARD, S.J., CAMPO, M. and LISTE, G., 2017. The effects of artificial rearing and fostering on the growth, carcass and meat quality of lambs. Small Ruminant Research, 149, pp. 16-22. ISSN 0921-4488

HOSEY, G., MELFI, V., FORMELLA, I., WARD, S.J., TOKARSKI, M., BRUNGER, D., BRICE, S. and HILL, S.P., 2016. Is wounding aggression in zoo-housed chimpanzees and ring-tailed lemurs related to zoo visitor numbers? Zoo Biology. ISSN 0733-3188

WARD, S.J. and MELFI, V., 2015. Keeper-Animal Interactions: Differences between the Behaviour of Zoo Animals Affect Stockmanship. PLoS ONE, 10 (10), e0140237. ISSN 1932-6203

WARD, S.J. and MELFI, V., 2013. The implications of husbandry training on zoo animal response rates. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 147 (12), pp. 179-185. ISSN 0168-1591

WARD, S.J., LISTE, G. and TINARWO, A., 2011. Attitudes of UK sheep farmers towards fostering methods: a national survey. Small Ruminant Research, 99 (23), pp. 87-92. ISSN 0921-4488

Chapter in book

WARD, S.J. and MELFI, V., 2011. The positive reinforcement effect: reduction of an animal's latency to respond to keepers' cues. In: E.A. PAJOR and J.N. MARCHANT-FORDE, eds., Proceedings of the 45th Congress of the International Society of Applied Ethology (ISAE), Indianapolis, USA, 31 July - 4 August 2011. Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers, p. 82. ISBN 9789086861798

Conference contribution

WARD, S.J., 2017. Animal welfare implications of keeper-animal-interactions & relationships. In: Zoos and Aquariums as Welfare Centres: Ethical Dimensions and Global Commitment. 4th International Animal Welfare Symposium/Congress, Detroit Zoological Society, Detroit, MI, USA, 4-6 May 2017.

WARD, S.J., 2016. Human-animal-interactions and their impact on zoo animal behaviour. In: CIRCLE Research Conference, Flamingo Land, Malton, North Yorks, 2016.

WARD, S.J., 2015. Keeper-animal interactions: differences in stockmanship affect zoo animal behaviour. In: Behaviour 2015 International Symposium, Cairns, Australia, 9-14 August 2015.

WARD, S.J., 2015. What can we (zoo scientists) learn from agricultural research? And what can they learn from us? In: 17th Annual BIAZA Research Conference, Dublin Zoo, Dublin, Ireland, 7-8 July 2015.

WARD, S.J., 2013. The positive reinforcement training effect: reduction of an animal's latency to respond to keeper cues. In: 2nd International Symposium on Zoo Animal Welfare: Innovations and Future Direction, Brookfield Zoo, Chicago, ILL, USA, 5-6 June 2013.

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

WARD, S.J., 2016. In defence of zoos: how captivity helps conservation. The Conversation.

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