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Published articles: Environmental enrichment


Benefiel, A. C., Dong, W. K. & Greenough, W. T. (2005). Mandatory enriched housing  of laboratory animals: the need for evidence-based evaluation. ILAR Journal, 46 (2), 95-105.Link


Dean, S. (1999). Environmental enrichment of laboratory animals used in regulatory toxicology studies. Laboratory Animals, 33 (4), 309-327.Link


Hubrecht, R. (1993). A comparison of social and  environmental enrichment  methods  for laboratory housed dogs. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 37 (4), 345–361.Link


Hubrecht, R. (1995a). Enrichment in puppyhood and its effects on later behaviour of dogs. Laboratory Animal Science, 45, 70-75.Link


Hubrecht, R.  (2010).  Enrichment:  Animal welfare and experimental outcomes. In: R. Hubrecht & J. Kirkwell (Eds.), The UFAW handbook on the care and management of laboratory and other research animals: eighth edition.Link


Loveridge GG 1994. Provision of environmentally enriched housing for dogs. Animal Technology, 45, 1-19.Link


Loveridge GG 1998. Environmentally enriched dog housing. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 59, 101-113. Link


Sambrook, T. & Buchanan-Smith, H. (1997). Control and complexity in novel object enrichment. Animal Welfare, 6 (3), 207-216.Link


Trussell BA, King J, Smith D 1999. Application of environmental enrichment routines to regulatory toxicology studies in the Beagle dog. Animal Technology 50, 131-133.


Van Praag, H., Kempermann, G. & Gage, F. H. (2000). Neural consequences of environmental enrichment. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 1 (3), 191–198.Link