Communications/
Theses


  • Turner, A.I. (1998). Repeated acute elevation of cortisol did not affect reproduction in females pigs. Ph.D. thesis, Monash University, Australia.
  • Breuer, K. (2000). Fear and productivity in dairy cattle. Ph.D. thesis, Monash University, Australia.
  • Sargent, R (2001). The Social And Feeding Behaviour Of Growing Pigs In Deep-Litter, Group Housing Systems. Ph.D. thesis, University of Melbourne, Australia.
  • King, T (2000). Measuring responses of novel and startling stimuli in the dog Canis familiaris. Honours thesis (Bachelor of Science, Zoology), University of Melbourne, Australia.
  • Botheras, N. (2001). Effects of previous housing on agonistic behaviour of group-housed domestic pigs, Sus scrofa. Honours thesis (Bachelor of Science, Zoology), University of Melbourne, Australia.
  • Ng, M. (2001). Measuring behavioural development in dairy calves. Honours Thesis (Bachelor of Agricultural Science), La Trobe University, Australia
  • Roussell, S. (2003) Effects of repeated stress during pregnancy in goats and ewes on the behavioural and physiological reactivity of the offspring. PhD thesis, Institut National Agronomique Paris-Grignon.
  • Kobelt, A.J (2003). The behaviour and welfare of pet dogs in suburban backyards. PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne.
  • Karlen, G A. (2004). The welfare of gestating sows housed in conventional stalls and in large groups on deep litter, Masters thesis, The University of Melbourne.
  • Arnold, N.A. (2005). A study of the behavioural and physiological responses of the dairy cow (Bos Taurus) to selected \environmental features of the milking facility. PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne.
  • Botheras, N. (2006). The behaviour and welfare of grazing dairy cows (Bos Taurus): Efefcts of time away from pasture and position in the milking order. PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne.
  • Lauber, M. (2006). Behavioural development in dairy calves: factors affecting learning and behavioural responses to novel and startling stimuli. PhD thesis. The University of Melbourne, Australia.
  • Marston, L. (2006). Factors affecting the adoption of dogs from animal welfare shelters. PhD thesis, Monash University, Australia.

The Animal Welfare Science Centre was established by the University of Melbourne, Monash University and the Department of Primary Industries, Victoria. The Centre focuses and coordinates the research and academic resources of the three collaborating organisations, providing the animal industries, animal users, the farming community, Government, the general community and the academic community with an internationally competitive research, teaching and training resource in animal welfare.