3 edition of Primate welfare, well-being and enrichment studies and legislation found in the catalog.
Primate welfare, well-being and enrichment studies and legislation
Jackie Lee Pritchard
1991 by Primate Information Center, Regional Primate Research Center, University of Washington in Seattle .
Written in English
|Statement||Jackie Lee Pritchard.|
|Series||Primate Information Center topical bibliographies -- 91-006|
|Contributions||University of Washington. Primate Information Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
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CAB Abstracts, "This book is a good source of reference for people working with primates or starting off a collection. There has been a lack of up-to-date concise Primate welfare on this topic and the Handbook of Primate Husbandry and Welfare fills this niche." Primate Eye, Official Journal of Primate Society of Great Britain, Handbook of Primate Husbandry and Welfare covers all aspects of primate care and management both in the laboratory environment and in zoos.
From the welfare and ethics Primate welfare primate captivity through to housing and husbandry systems, environmental enrichment, nutritional requirements, breeding issues, primate diseases, and additional information on transportation and quarantine proceedings, this. Handbook of Primate Husbandry and Welfare covers all aspects of primate care and management both in the laboratory environment and in zoos.
From the welfare and ethics of primate captivity through to housing and husbandry systems, environmental enrichment, nutritional requirements, breeding issues, primate diseases, and additional information on transportation and quarantine.
The institute conducts all of its work with noninvasive techniques well-being and enrichment studies and legislation book they would not hesitate to apply to human volunteers.
Their goals are 1) to reconstruct human evolution, 2) pinpoint the differences and similarities between humans and apes, and 3) educate the public about apes, and promote their well-being and conservation.
Handbook of Primate Husbandry and Welfare covers all aspects of primate care and management both in the laboratory environment and in zoos.
From the welfare and ethics of primate captivity through. In the amendments to the Animal Well-being and enrichment studies and legislation book Act (Improved Standards for Laboratory Animals Act), Congress included mention of "psychological well -being" for nonhuman primates. Included below are the text from the Animal Welfare Act Primate welfare the final version of the regulations as they appear in the Code of Federal Regulations.
Chapter 6 Behavioral Management, Enrichment, and Psychological Well-being of Laboratory Nonhuman Primates Kristine Coleman*, Mollie A. Bloomsmithy, Carolyn M. can make decent primate enrichment if the primate understands its reflective properties, which should be evaluated on an individual Primate welfare.
Appropriate use Primate welfare mirrors as sensory enrichment can improve primate well-being and prevent Primate welfare. Keywords:abnormal behaviour, animal welfare, captivity, self-recognition, solitary, stress Introduction. This chapter discusses the commitment to animal welfare that exist within the scientific community.
It suggests that to continue the complex task of determining how the psychological well-being of captive nonhuman primates can be best enhanced, one must reject the polarizing idea that there are two opposing groups in contention for this determination: the animal welfare group and animal Cited by: 7.
V Reinhardt and A Roberts Animal Welfare Institute, P0 BoxWashington, DC ,USA Abstract There is a growing awareness that non-human primates kept in zoos and laboratories deserve more species-appropriate stimulation because oftheir biological adaptation to a challenging environment.
Welcome to the sixth NC3Rs Primate Welfare Meeting. This meeting brings together scientists, veterinarians, animal care staff, facility managers and policy makers with a common interest in the welfare of laboratory-housed non-human primates.
Well-being and enrichment studies and legislation book broad aims of the meeting are to –. The effects of environmental enrichment, as the second component of behavioral management, on primate welfare have been reasonably well studied in the last two decades or so. Several recent reviews (Coleman et al.,Coleman et al., in press ; Lutz and Novak, ) are available for more specific discussions of the general principles Cited by: 1.
In accordance with the Animal Welfare Act of and in conformity with the policy of this institution, this document presents the nonhuman primate environmental-enhancement (EE) plan used at the University of the Southeast (USE) to promote the physical and psychological well-being of nonhuman primates.
Similarly, the Animal Welfare Act (7 Primate welfare. §§ – ) requires that research facilities develop a plan for environmental enrichment “adequate to promote the psychological well-being of nonhuman primates” (7 U.S.C.
§§ – , section ), which includes their social by: Considerable emphasis has been placed on providing nonhuman primates with enriched environments as a means to achieve this objective.
A framework is provided that consists of a set of hypotheses about well-being, and the extent to which exposure to various enrichment devices and procedures actually promotes well-being is by: Through the Looking Glass: Issues of Psychological Well-being in Captive Nonhuman Primates.
American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, CrossRef Google Scholar Nystrom P, Schapiro SJ, Hau J. Accumulated means analysis: a novel method to determine reliability of behavioral studies using continuous focal by: 5.
Read the October Report on the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare Site Visits to the National Primate Research Centers here. The IACUC reviews each proposed research protocol looking for, among other things: scientific validity, provisions for use of non-animal research models, statistical validity, and measures for the animals’ comfort.
Enrichment Strategies Using Inanimate Objects. Environmental enrichment for individually housed primates has been attempted by using inanimate objects. While cage size is a very important factor for the well-being of primates (Draper and Bernstein, ; Paulk et al.,Goosen et al., ), simply enlarging the cage is not sufficient.
Primate Info Net is maintained by the Wisconsin Primate Research Center (WPRC) Library at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. WPRC programs are and have been supported by grant numbers RR and RR, National Primate Research Centers Program. Practical Solutions to Welfare Challenges.
March 29th & 30th, USDA Center for Animal Welfare Beacon Drive, Kansas City, Missouri An informative symposium sponsored by USDA-Animal Care focusing on the psychological and physical well-being of nonhuman primates. Behavioral management, enrichment and psychological well-being of laboratory nonhuman primates.
In: Abee CR, Mansfield K, Tardif S, Morris T, editors. Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research. London, UK: Academic Press; p. Crockett, C.M.
Psychological well-being and enrichment workshop held at Primate Centers' Directors' meeting. Handbook of Primate Husbandry and Welfare by Sarah Wolfensohn. Handbook of Primate Husbandry and Welfare covers all aspects of primate care and management both in the laboratory environment and in zoos.
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Snapshot Welfare Assessments •Of limited use – 1 moment in time •No information on husbandry, keeper interaction, management programmes, training, enrichment, previous history, medical needs etc •Enclosure assessment and group demographics may be possible.
ASP Primate Welfare Award Deadline: J This award is intended to recognize high quality research that directly and significantly enhances the welfare and/or psychological well-being of captive nonhuman primates, or for research that provides a better understanding of the welfare of captive nonhuman primates.
Providing for the psychological as well as the physical well-being of nonhuman primates maintained in captivity is a high priority. Psychological well-being is enhanced by appropriate social companionship (ie, compatible conspecifics); opportunities to engage in behavior related to foraging, exploration, and other activities appropriate to the species, age, gender, and physical condition of.
Satisfying public opinion: Providing visible evidence (e.g., enrichment items) that animal welfare concerns with respect to behavioral management are being addressed. Complying with laws: In the United States, complying with the animal welfare regulations requiring environmental enhancement plans adequate to promote psychological well-being.
An environmental enrichment program for caged rhesus monkeys at the Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center. In Through the looking glass: Issues of psychological well-being in captive nonhuman primates, ed. Novak and A. Petto, –Cited by: 5. Abstracts - NC3Rs Primate Welfare Meeting New housing for breeding groups of rhesus macaques and common marmosets at the Dutch primate centre Anon Biomedical Primate Research Centre, The Netherlands In order to meet new legislation on the housing and husbandry of laboratory primates, the Biomedical Primate.
Feeding, welfare and captive endangered primates 1 Hannah Gray 1. Abstract Appropriate nutrition is crucial for the health and well-being of captive primates. There is a need to address feeding practices to manage successfully, and propagate, primates of conservation concern.
Improvement of feeding success can help to negate existing. This month, the American Journal of Primatology published a freely-available Special Issue entitled, “Non-Human Primate Well-Being.” The entire issue is dedicated to the physical, psychological and physiological well-being of laboratory-housed non-human primates, and is notable for its cross-facilities studies as well as for the diversity of primate species that are represented, including.
Figure 1. The categories of environmental enrichment for primates in laboratories (adapted from Bloomsmith et al. () and The Shape of Enrichment website). (Buchanan-Smith et al.,p. Enrichment – en-hancing well-being – is at the centre of Reﬁnement, although given the context of Reﬁnement in laboratories, there is alsoFile Size: KB.
Animal welfare science is an emerging field that seeks to answer questions raised by the keeping and use of animals, such as whether hens are frustrated when confined in cages, whether the psychological well-being of animals in laboratories can be maintained, and whether zoo animals are stressed by the transport required for international conservation.
In this Q&A post, we talk with Lauren Wooddell, a laboratory assistant at the California National Primate Research Center. Lauren is the first author of a research paper about to be published in the May issue of the Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science titled, “Elo-rating for Tracking Rank Fluctuations after Demographic Changes Involving Semi-free ranging.
concerns about the continued use of non-human primates. The replacement of primate experiments is a primary goal for the RSPCA and FRAME.
However, both organizations share with others in the Working Group, the common aim of replacing primate experiments wherever possible, reducing suffering and improving welfare while primate use Size: KB. According to a recent, NIH report, rhesus macaques comprise 65% of all planned non-human primate use, followed by cynomolgus macaques (15%), baboons (%), and marmosets (%).
Case studies from Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary Jungle Friends is the only NAPSA accredited primate sanctuary that accepts new world monkeys at the moment.
Here are. Question: Which of the following is true of the primate psychological enrichment program mandated by the Animal Welfare Act and Regulations. Correct Answer: The IACUC can exempt an animal for scientific reasons, if documented in the approved protocol.
Laboratory Primate Newsletter. VOLUME 44 NUMBER 2 APRIL Printable (PDF) Version of this issue. CONTENTS. Articles and Notes. Environmental Enrichment for Monkeys Using Plants, by A.
Chamove Report on the Extent and Character of Primate Use in Scientific Procedures across Europe inby A. Rennie & H. Buchanan-Smith Forage Box as Enrichment in Single- and. Environmental enrichment is a phrase used to cover a wide range of additions or modifications of the environment to allow animals a more varied life.
Although many of the changes are indeed to the physical environment, changes in social opportunities for the animals are also important; and social opportunities include interactions with people.
The Psychological Well-Being of Nonhuman Primates recommends practical approaches to meeting those requirements. It focuses on what is known about the psychological needs of primates and makes suggestions for assessing and promoting their well-being.
Primate Charities UK Shaldon Wildlife Trust – is an international centre for rare and endangered species, caring for a variety of primates including the critically endangered yellow breasted capuchin, the red titi monkey, the pigmy slow loris, lemurs, tamarins and many others (located at Shaldon, Devon).
“Primate Welfare & Training Workshop”: A summary of the pdf has been published in “Enrichment Record” with both Euprim-Net members (Marit Vernes) and AnimalConcepts (Sabrina Brando) as co-authors. [Brando S, Vernes M (). Primate Welfare and .Animal welfare is the well-being of animals, and is an area of activism, science, and political action.
The goal is to deal with issues and how animals are treated and improve their living conditions.by Cédric Sueur a ebook Marie Pelé ab. a University of Strasbourg, France b Ethobiosciences, consulting in ebook welfare and animal behaviour research and expertise, Strasbourg, France [Download article] [Download complete PDF Mo] To cite this article (suggested): Sueur C.
& Pelé M., «Importance of living environment for the welfare of captive animals: behaviours and enrichment» [PDF.