His main research concerns Developmental psychology, Cognition, Veterinary medicine, Cognitive bias and Animal-assisted therapy. In his study, Michael T Mendl carries out multidisciplinary Developmental psychology and Generalized Procrustes analysis research. His work deals with themes such as Cognitive psychology, Affect, Animal Welfare and Anxiety, which intersect with Cognition.
His studies in Veterinary medicine integrate themes in fields like Litter and Animal science. His Cognitive bias research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Pessimism, Social psychology, Perception, Information processing and Judgement. His Animal-assisted therapy research incorporates elements of Aggression and HUBzero.
Developmental psychology, Animal science, Cognitive psychology, Affect and Welfare are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Stimulus, Demography and Animal welfare in his study of Developmental psychology. His work in Animal science addresses subjects such as Animal-assisted therapy, which are connected to disciplines such as Veterinary medicine.
Michael T Mendl interconnects Judgement, Task and Cognition in the investigation of issues within Cognitive psychology. Michael T Mendl regularly links together related areas like Cognitive bias in his Affect studies. In his papers, Michael T Mendl integrates diverse fields, such as Welfare and Animal husbandry.
His primary areas of study are Cognitive psychology, Affect, Judgement, Cognitive bias and Cognition. His studies deal with areas such as Consciousness, Task, Animal Welfare, Reinforcement and Punishment as well as Cognitive psychology. His Affect study combines topics in areas such as Stimulus, Pessimism, Welfare and Animal welfare.
His study explores the link between Animal welfare and topics such as Social defeat that cross with problems in Developmental psychology. His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Environmental enrichment and Animal science. His Cognition research integrates issues from Preference and Mood.
Michael T Mendl focuses on Cognitive psychology, Affect, Judgement, Cognition and Cognitive bias. The various areas that Michael T Mendl examines in his Cognitive psychology study include Consciousness, Task, Extinction, Animal Welfare and Punishment. The study incorporates disciplines such as Test, Pessimism and Mood in addition to Affect.
His work on Animal cognition as part of general Cognition research is frequently linked to Peck, bridging the gap between disciplines. Michael T Mendl has included themes like Developmental psychology and Welfare in his Stimulus study. His work carried out in the field of Developmental psychology brings together such families of science as Zoology, Animal-assisted therapy and Social position.
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Animal behaviour: Cognitive bias and affective state
Emma J. Harding;Elizabeth S. Paul;Michael Mendl.
Measuring emotional processes in animals: the utility of a cognitive approach
Elizabeth S. Paul;Emma J. Harding;Michael Mendl.
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews (2005)
An integrative and functional framework for the study of animal emotion and mood
Michael Mendl;Oliver H. P. Burman;Elizabeth S. Paul.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2010)
Cognitive bias as an indicator of animal emotion and welfare: Emerging evidence and underlying mechanisms
Michael Mendl;Oliver H.P. Burman;Richard M.A. Parker;Elizabeth S. Paul.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2009)
Performing under pressure: stress and cognitive function
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (1999)
Revisiting translocation and reintroduction programmes: the importance of considering stress
Camila P. Teixeira;Cristiano Schetini de Azevedo;Mike Mendl;Cynthia F. Cipreste.
Animal Behaviour (2007)
Assessing the 'whole animal': a free choice profiling approach
Françoise Wemelsfelder;Tony E.A. Hunter;Michael T. Mendl;Alistair B. Lawrence.
Animal Behaviour (2001)
Why is there no simple way of measuring animal welfare
G Mason;MT Mendl.
Animal Welfare (1993)
Physiological and reproductive correlates of behavioural strategies in female domestic pigs
Michael Mendl;Adroaldo J. Zanella;Donald M. Broom.
Animal Behaviour (1992)
A case control study of on-farm risk factors for tail biting in pigs
C Moinard;MT Mendl;CJ Nicol;LE Green.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2003)
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