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Oliver Burman
Oliver Burman
Professor in Animal Behaviour, Cognition & Welfare, University of Lincoln
Verified email at lincoln.ac.uk
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An integrative and functional framework for the study of animal emotion and mood
M Mendl, OHP Burman, ES Paul
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1696), 2895-2904, 2010
7792010
Cognitive bias as an indicator of animal emotion and welfare: Emerging evidence and underlying mechanisms
M Mendl, OHP Burman, RMA Parker, ES Paul
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 118 (3-4), 161-181, 2009
7062009
Dogs showing separation-related behaviour exhibit a ‘pessimistic’cognitive bias
M Mendl, J Brooks, C Basse, O Burman, E Paul, E Blackwell, R Casey
Current Biology 20 (19), R839-R840, 2010
2592010
A spatial judgement task to determine background emotional state in laboratory rats, Rattus norvegicus
OHP Burman, R Parker, ES Paul, M Mendl
Animal Behaviour 76 (3), 801-809, 2008
1962008
A guide to defining and implementing protocols for the welfare assessment of laboratory animals: eleventh report of the BVAAWF/FRAME/RSPCA/UFAW Joint Working Group on Refinement
P Hawkins, DB Morton, O Burman, N Dennison, P Honess, M Jennings, ...
Laboratory Animals 45 (1), 1-13, 2011
1562011
Using judgement bias to measure positive affective state in dogs
O Burman, R McGowan, M Mendl, Y Norling, E Paul, T Rehn, L Keeling
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 132 (3-4), 160-168, 2011
1502011
Anxiety-induced cognitive bias in non-human animals
OHP Burman, RMA Parker, ES Paul, MT Mendl
Physiology & Behavior 98 (3), 345-350, 2009
1422009
Sensitivity to reward loss as an indicator of animal emotion and welfare
OHP Burman, RMA Parker, ES Paul, M Mendl
Biology letters 4 (4), 330-333, 2008
942008
Dogs with separation-related problems show a “less pessimistic” cognitive bias during treatment with fluoxetine (Reconcile™) and a behaviour modification plan
CI Karagiannis, OHP Burman, DS Mills
BMC veterinary research 11 (1), 1-10, 2015
762015
Ultrasonic vocalizations as indicators of welfare for laboratory rats (Rattus norvegicus)
OHP Burman, A Ilyat, G Jones, M Mendl
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 104 (1-2), 116-129, 2007
762007
The effects of enhancing cage complexity on the behaviour and welfare of laboratory rats
UA Abou-Ismail, OHP Burman, CJ Nicol, M Mendl
Behavioural Processes 85 (2), 172-180, 2010
752010
Animal memory and animal welfare
M Mendl, O Burman, K Laughlin, E Paul
Animal Welfare 10 (S1), S141-S159, 2001
682001
Can Sleep and Resting Behaviours Be Used as Indicators of Welfare in Shelter Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris)?
SC Owczarczak-Garstecka, OHP Burman
PloS one 11 (10), e0163620, 2016
652016
The impact of egg incubation temperature on the personality of oviparous reptiles
H Siviter, D Charles Deeming, J Rosenberger, OHP Burman, SA Moszuti, ...
Animal Cognition 20, 109-116, 2017
542017
Can sleep behaviour be used as an indicator of stress in group-housed rats (Rattus norvegicus)?
UA Abou-Ismail, OHP Burman, CJ Nicol, M Mendl
Animal Welfare 16 (2), 185-188, 2007
502007
Housing conditions affect rat responses to two types of ambiguity in a reward–reward discrimination cognitive bias task
RMA Parker, ES Paul, OHP Burman, WJ Browne, M Mendl
Behavioural Brain Research 274, 73-83, 2014
472014
Short-term social memory in the laboratory rat: its susceptibility to disturbance
OHP Burman, M Mendl
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 67 (3), 241-254, 2000
472000
Let sleeping rats lie: does the timing of husbandry procedures affect laboratory rat behaviour, physiology and welfare?
UA Abou-Ismail, OHP Burman, CJ Nicol, M Mendl
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 111 (3-4), 329-341, 2008
442008
Removing individual rats affects indicators of welfare in the remaining group members
O Burman, D Owen, U AbouIsmail, M Mendl
Physiology & Behavior 93 (1-2), 89-96, 2008
392008
Unpredictable movement as an anti-predator strategy
G Richardson, P Dickinson, OHP Burman, TW Pike
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1885), 20181112, 2018
382018
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