2023 - Research.com Animal Science and Veterinary in Sweden Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Animal Science and Veterinary in Sweden Leader Award
Her primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Feather, Feather pecking, Developmental psychology and Veterinary medicine. The various areas that she examines in her Animal science study include Ecology, Fowl and Animal-assisted therapy. Her Feather research incorporates elements of Dust bathing and Flock.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Stimulus, Pecking order and Cognition in addition to Developmental psychology. Her research integrates issues of Stocking and Decreased body weight in her study of Veterinary medicine. Her Animal welfare research integrates issues from Foraging, Pleasure and Mood.
Linda J. Keeling spends much of her time researching Animal science, Veterinary medicine, Animal welfare, Animal-assisted therapy and Developmental psychology. Her work carried out in the field of Animal science brings together such families of science as Feather pecking, Feather and Ecology. Her work in Feather tackles topics such as Pecking order which are related to areas like Peck.
Her work often combines Veterinary medicine and Tail-biting studies. Her studies deal with areas such as Social psychology, Public economics, Environmental protection and Environmental health as well as Animal welfare. Linda J. Keeling usually deals with Developmental psychology and limits it to topics linked to Stimulus and Social facilitation.
Linda J. Keeling mainly focuses on Animal welfare, Veterinary medicine, Animal science, Environmental health and Litter. In her research, Linda J. Keeling performs multidisciplinary study on Animal welfare and Consumption. Her study in Veterinary medicine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Milking and Standardized test.
Her studies deal with areas such as Weight gain, Ontogeny, Linear regression and Separation as well as Animal science. Her Litter study incorporates themes from Body weight, Weaned piglets and Flock. Her Feather pecking research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Domestication and Cannibalism.
Her main research concerns Animal welfare, Developmental psychology, Arousal, Veterinary medicine and Animal science. Her Animal welfare research includes elements of Scale, Sustainable development, Social group, Developing country and Field. Her work carried out in the field of Developmental psychology brings together such families of science as Audiology, Stimulus, Stress induced, Cognition and Stressor.
Her Arousal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Valence, Cognitive psychology, Affect and Body language. Her research in Veterinary medicine intersects with topics in Hoof trimming and HUBzero. Her Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Body weight, Weight gain, Stimulation, Licking and Pediatrics.
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Assessment of positive emotions in animals to improve their welfare.
Alain Boissy;Gerhard Manteuffel;Margit Bak Jensen;Randi Oppermann Moe.
Physiology & Behavior (2007)
Understanding animal welfare.
L. J. Keeling;J. Rushen;I. J. H. Duncan.
Animal Welfare (1997)
Changes in feather condition in relation to feather pecking and aggressive behaviour in laying hens
B Bilcík;L J Keeling.
British Poultry Science (1999)
Definition of criteria for overall assessment of animal welfare
R. Botreau;I. Veissier;A. Butterworth;M.B.M. Bracke.
Animal Welfare (2007)
EFFECT OF REARING FACTORS ON THE PREVALENCE OF FLOOR EGGS, CLOACAL CANNIBALISM AND FEATHER PECKING IN COMMERCIAL FLOCKS OF LOOSE HOUSED LAYING HENS
S Gunnarsson;L J Keeling;J Svedberg.
British Poultry Science (1999)
Stocking density effects on broiler welfare: Identifying sensitive ranges for different indicators
S. Buijs;L. Keeling;S. Rettenbacher;E. Van Poucke.
Poultry Science (2009)
Scientific Opinion on the public health hazards to be covered by inspection of meat (swine)
Olivier Andreoletti;Herbert Budka;Sava Buncic;John D Collins.
EFSA Journal (2011)
Omnivores Going Astray: A Review and New Synthesis of Abnormal Behavior in Pigs and Laying Hens
Emma Ida Brunberg;T. Bas Rodenburg;Lotta Rydhmer;Joergen B Kjaer.
Frontiers in Veterinary Science (2016)
Night-time roosting in laying hens and the effect of thwarting access to perches.
I. A. S. Olsson;L. J. Keeling.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2000)
Animal welfare's impact on the food chain
Harry J. Blokhuis;Linda J. Keeling;Andrea Gavinelli;Jordi Serratosa.
Trends in Food Science and Technology (2008)
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