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Module 3 Behaviour and Animal Welfare

Module 3 Behaviour and Animal Welfare

Module 3 Behaviour and Animal Welfare

Dr David Main
Dr David Main

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Launch date: 10 Oct 2014
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Last updated: 10 Dec 2018

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Miss Libby Evans RVN (17 Oct 2018)
More in-depth explanation and discussion would have been great!

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Chapter 1 Introduction to Animal Welfare Science
Module 3 Behaviour and Animal Welfare

This module teaches the importance of understanding the natural behavioural repertoire and how we can know if performing a particular behaviour is important to an animal. The module also considers how emotions and genetics can influence the way the brain processes information and how this can affect behavioural responses

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Objectives
This module will teach you the following:-

-How to know if performing a particular behaviour is important to animals
-The basics of behaviour including Behavioural repertoire, Motivation, Some influences on motivation
Measures of behavioural priority.
-Examples of important behaviours
Dr David Main

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Dr David Main

This lecture was first developed for World Animal Protection by Dr David Main (University of Bristol) in 2003. It was revised by World Animal Protection scientific advisors in 2012 using updates provided
by Dr Caroline Hewson.
We are World Animal Protection. We end the needless suffering of animals. We influence decision makers to put animals on the global agenda. We help the world see how important animals are to all of us. We inspire people to change animals’ lives for the better. We move the world to protect animals.

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Miss Libby Evans RVN (17 Oct 2018)
More in-depth explanation and discussion would have been great!

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