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Environmental enrichment for nonhuman primates

Viktor Reinhardt

Environmental enrichment for nonhuman primates

an annotated bibliography for animal care personnel

by Viktor Reinhardt

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Published by Animal Welfare Institute in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environment Design -- bibliography,
  • Primates -- bibliography,
  • Animal Welfare -- bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementViktor Reinhardt, Annie Reinhardt, and David Seelig.
    Genrebibliography.
    ContributionsReinhardt, Annie., Seelig, David.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p. :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14754262M
    OCLC/WorldCa40490891

    A Review of Environmental Enrichment Strategies for Singly-Caged Nonhuman Primates By Klari Fajzi, B.A., Viktor Reinhardt, D.V.M., and Matthew D. Smith Because nonhuman primates are recognized as man's closet living relatives, they are used in numerus scientific studies ranging from biomedical to behavioral research. The 2e of the gold standard text in the field, Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research provides a comprehensive, up-to-date review of the use of nonhuman primates in biomedical research. The Biology and Management volume provides basic information on the natural biology of nonhuman primates and the current state of knowledge regarding captive management. Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates (Book) Libraries closed through at least May 4 - All Library locations and book drops are closed until at least May dates are extended until we reopen, so please keep your Library materials for now.


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Environmental Enrichment and Refinement for Nonhuman Primates Kept in Research Laboratories: A Photographic Documentation and Literature Review.

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AAZK Enrichment Committee (). Enrichment Notebook, 3rd Edition, AAZK, Inc.: Topeka, Kansas, USA, ISBN: X. [CD-Rom] Environmental Enrichment for Caged Rhesus Macaques. The bibliographic chapters are divided into subject areas that cover the concept of environmental enrichment, enrichment for nonhuman primates overall, abnormal behavior exhibited by nonhuman primates, great apes and gibbons, macaques, old world monkeys other than macaques, marmosets and tamarins, other new world monkeys, lemurs, lorises, and tarsiers, animal training as an.

Environmental Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates: Theory and Application Corrine K. Lutz Melinda A. Novak, Ph.D., is the Chair of the Psychology Cited by: Environmental Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates: Theory and Application Corrine K.

Lutz and Melinda A. Novak Abstract Investigators have an obligation to promote the psychologi-cal well-being of nonhuman primates used in research. Con-siderable emphasis has been placed on providing nonhuman primates with enriched environments as a means to achieve.

enrichment of several species of nonhuman primates that are more commonly used in education, research and entertainment. In many ways, this book is meant to be a “how to” manual; it is not intended to be a broad scientific review of the primate behavior and enrichment literature File Size: 1MB.

Environmental Enrichment: All nonhuman primates must be provided with environmental enrichment opportunities falling within one or more of the following enrichment categories: feeding, physical, sensory and occupational.

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This document outlines the Primate Environmental Enrichment Program (PEEP) developed for the University of Michigan. The program is designed to promote the psychological well-being of non-human primates (NHP) used in research and to provide opportunities for NHPs to engage in non-injurious species-typical activities.

This book serves as an introduction to the basic behavior and environmental enrichment of several species of nonhuman primates that are more commonly used in education, research and entertainment.

In many ways, this book is meant to be a “how to” manual; it is not intended to be a File Size: 1MB. enrichment of several species of nonhuman primates that are more commonly used in education, research and entertainment. In many ways, this book is meant to be a “how to” manual; it is not intended to be a broad scientific review of the primate behavior and enrichment literature.

Abstract. Since the publication of The Psychological Well-Being of Nonhuman Primates by the National Research Council, and the implementation of the Animal Welfare Act Amendment, many formal and informal nonhuman primate enrichment programs have been put into practice.

Reports of their successes and failures, however, are few. All programs have at least two Cited by: EnvironmEntal EnrichmEnt and rEfinEmEnt for nonhuman PrimatEs KEPt in rEsEarch laboratoriEs Barren Living Quarters not only lay people agree, but also many biomedical and psychological researchers acknowledge that the barren cage is not an appropriate, let alone humane, permanent living environment for nonhuman primates who are.

responses to environmental challenges. Environmental enrichment for nonhuman primates can include provision of novel objects, increased foraging opportunities, and opportunities for social interaction. After the AWA amendments, many facilities initially approached environmental enrichment as simply giving the animals toys.

enrichment for nonhuman primates (Six-Booklet Series {Boxed}) [U.S. Goverment] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is new-Still in box sealed in plastic.A six-booklet series on providing appropriate enrichment for baboons.

Introduction to Environmental Enrichment for Primates Environmental enrichment refers to items or stimuli that are provided to captive animals to support their behavioral needs. All animals evolved distinct behavioral patterns, and difficulty in engaging in these behaviors can cause frustration or boredom, which, in turn, can lead to stress and.

Environmental Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates: Theory and Application primates habituate to tapes that operate either repeatedly or. continuously in long time blocks. Environmental Enrichment Information Resources for Nonhuman Primates, Updated by Environmental Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates Resource Guide, United States Department of Agriculture National Agicultural Library.

National Institutes of Health National Library of Medicine. Primate Information Center University of Washington. Environmental enrichment is a simple and effective means of improving animal welfare in any species – companion, farm, laboratory and zoo. For many years, it has been a popular area of research, and has attracted the attention and concerns of animal keepers and carers, animal industry professionals, academics, students and pet owners all over the world.

Enrichment and Nonhuman Primates: "First, Do No Harm" Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in ILAR journal / National Research Council, Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources 46(2) Environmental Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates: Theory and Application; Environmental Enrichment for the Captive Spectacled Bear; Guide for the Care and Use of Agricultural Animals in Research and Teaching (Ag Guide) (Chapter 4, Enrichment) Guidelines for Developing and Managing An Environmental Enrichment Program for Nonhuman Primates.

Environmental Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates: Theory and Application (Corrine K. Lutz and Melinda A.

Novak; ILAR Journal, ; PDF) Guidelines for the prevention and control of tuberculosis in non-human primates: recommendations of the European Primate Veterinary Association Working Group on Tuberculosis (Journal of Medical Primatology 38(1.

This book serves as an introduction to the basic behavior and environmental enrichment of several species of nonhuman primates that are more commonly used in education, research and entertainment.

In many ways, this book is meant to be a “how to” manual; it is not intended to be a broad scientific review of the primate behavior and.

Environmental enrichment for nonhuman primates resource guide: Animal Welfare Information Center Wemelsfelder, Françoise, et al. Assessing the ‘whole animal’: a free choice profiling approach.

() Animal Behaviour Shepherdson et al. (), for instance, reported more species-typical patterns of behaviour (e.g. increased brachiation [a form of locomotion in which non-human primates swing from structure to structure using their arms]), one of the suggested goals of environmental enrichment (Chamove and Anderson, ), in a pair of zoo-housed Lar gibbons Cited by: Since nonhuman primates typically spend 40–60% of their waking hours searching for, processing, and eating food in numerous short bouts (Oates, ), feeding enrichment is an extremely important and effective technique for improving the welfare of captive NHP (Coleman et al., ; de Rosa et al., ; Lutz and Novak, ; Schapiro and Cited by: 1.

Environmental Enrichment for Primates is an annotated database of references on environmental enrichment and refinement of husbandry for nonhuman primates.

Includes references to journal articles, books, book chapters and : Andrew Wilson, Helen Beardsley, Sarah Kevill, Valerie Wells, Maya Jeffery, Alasdair Stewart, Shirley. Environmental Enrichment Rack Docking System Our Mobile Environmental Enrichment Rack is ideal for providing opportunities for placement of numerous enrichment devices on one mobile unit.

Environmental Enrichment Rack was designed to provide mobility to allow docking directly in front of your housing unit. Two supplemental documents, ‘Environmental Enrichment of Rodents’, and ‘Behavioral Management of Nonhuman Primates’, accompany this document for additional specific guidance regarding enrichment recommendations for rodents or nonhuman primates.

Indicators of Well-being: 1) Physical Well-being a) Minimal disease, illness and injury. Nonhuman Primates: Environmental Enrichment. BU IACUC Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee IACUC oversee Approved JanuRevised AprilApproved May Boston University is committed to observing Federal policies and regulations and AAALAC International standards for the humane care and use of animals.

1 This policy provides guidelines for providing environmental. US Public Law (as amended in, and ) specifies that all research facilities in the United States that maintain nonhuman primates must develop a plan for environmental enhancement adequate to promote the psychological well-being of captive animals.

Environmental enrichment is the stimulation of the brain by its physical and social surroundings. Brains in richer, more stimulating environments have higher rates of synaptogenesis and more complex dendrite arbors, leading to increased brain effect takes place primarily during neurodevelopment, but also during adulthood to a lesser degree.

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Get this from a library. Environmental enrichment information resources for nonhuman primates: [Janice C Swanson; National Agricultural Library (U.S.); National Library of Medicine (U.S.); University of Washington. Primate Information Center.;].

Environmental enrichment must be made available to all nonhuman primates. This module reviews the various forms of enrichment suitable for nonhuman primates. Special attention is given to how enrichment is provided to each animal, ensuring technician safety.

Proper documentation of enrichment is also : Filed under: Primates -- Environmental enrichment -- United States Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates (6 booklet series; ), ed.

by National Institutes of Health Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare, contrib. by A. Michele Schuler, Jeffrey A. French, Dorothy M. Fragaszy, Jeffrey E. Fite, Thomas M. Butler, Linda Brent, Kathryn A.

Bayne, Kate. Environmental Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates Resource Guide. A bibliographic guide published by USDA, National Agricultural Library, Animal Welfare Information Center. Environmental Enrichment in the 21st Century.

ILAR Journal,Vol. 58, No. 2, pp Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates. ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT FOR NONHUMAN PRIMATES Prepared by: Hilda Tresz Behavioral Management Coordinator Phoenix Zoo 1 Table of contents Introduction I. Species-typical and species-appropriate behavior II.

Core requirements for facilities to enhance environmental enrichment for nonhuman primates A. Social groupings 1. Social organization 2. In order to READ Online or Download Environmental Enrichment For Captive Animals ebooks in PDF, ePUB, Tuebl and Mobi format, you need to create a FREE account.

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de Rosa C, Vitale A, Puopolo M. Environmental enrichment for nonhuman primates: An experimental approach. Progress in the Reduction, Refinement and Replacement of Animal Experimentation: Proceedings of the 3rd World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences; Bologna, Italy.

Elsevier; pp. The current study addressed the concerns regarding the ability to sanitize manzanita wood segments used as environmental enrichment for nonhuman primates. After 2 wk of use by rhesus macaques, all materials harbored bacteria; manzanita wood had the highest level of organic debris, according to the ATP : Kerith R Luchins, Kate C Baker, Margaret H Gilbert, James L Blanchard, Rudolf P Bohm.Enrichment techniques are chosen to address the needs of the animals, to allow species-typical activity and development, and to reduce abnormal behavior.

No individual is exempt from all aspects of the enrichment program. Of specific priority for environmental enrichment are indoor-housed, singly caged nonhuman primates and all chimpanzees.

TheseFile Size: KB. Please visit Environmental Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates to locate the document you need. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Questions? Contact the Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine (ULAM) at () or [email protected]