2 edition of Physiological correlates of social status in the domestic rabbit (O. cuniculus) L.. found in the catalog.
Physiological correlates of social status in the domestic rabbit (O. cuniculus) L..
Graham C. Bray
Thesis (Ph.D), University of East Anglia, School of Biological Sciences, 1987.
A important argument in psychology is, Should we use animals in psychological research or should we only use humans. In the past animals have been used widely in psychological research as not only are they easier to obtain, in many cases ethical issues, such as informed consent do not apply. Also animals do not show. Originally published in , this is a classic study in animal behaviour, drawing on the author’s own extraordinary studies of insects, fish, and birds, as well as on the literature. The concept ‘community’ is taken in its widest sense to include all types of association of individuals, not o. Physiological Measures are based in the animal’s physiological response to stress-The General Adaptation Syndrome: o A profound activation of the sympathetic nervous system. Results in the release of noradrenaline from nerves and adrenalin from adrenal gland. “Fight or Flight” o Activation of Hypothalamus – Parasympathetic Nervous System: Part of the peripheral .
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Bell, Diana () Social olfaction in Lagomorphs. Symposium of the Zoological Society of London, pp. Book Section. Bell, Diana () Ecosystem change and zoonoses. ) YOUNG DOMESTIC RABBIT SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR RESULTS Social behaviour patterns of young rabbits and changes in the frequencies of the patterns with increasing age The frequencies of the different social behaviour patterns in the four age phases (Days, and ) are presented in Figs.
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Sex differences in physiological responses to social threats, as well as status seeking, have been found; however, underlying individual differences are far less documented, especially in women.
Therefore, this study aimed to determine the role of self-perceived social status in response to social evaluative threat among young women. Participants completed a Author: Amber R. Massey-Abernathy, Jennifer Byrd-Craven, CaSandra L.
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Evidence from wild rabbit studies seems to show that rabbits with bigger anal glands, like rabbits with bigger chin glands, tend to have greater social status and to be sexually dominant. Rabbits will also mark new territory by rubbing the underside of their chins, which contain a semi-circle of pores, on trees, branches, rocks, blades of grass.
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Why do humans and their primate cousins get more stress-related diseases than any other member of the animal kingdom. The answer, says Stanford University neuroscientist Robert Sapolsky, is that.
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