Paul D. McGreevy spends much of his time researching Veterinary medicine, Breed, Welfare, Social psychology and Demography. His Veterinary medicine study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Obesity, Epidemiology, Purebred, Primary care and Animal science. His Breed research incorporates elements of Temperament, Laterality and Hereditary Diseases.
His Welfare research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Public economics, Quality of life, Learned helplessness, Boredom and Set. His Social psychology research focuses on subjects like Learning theory, which are linked to Compromise, Punishment, Engineering ethics and Enlightenment. His research integrates issues of Club, Dog owners, Severity of illness and Score severity in his study of Demography.
His main research concerns Veterinary medicine, Welfare, Demography, Social psychology and Breed. His studies in Veterinary medicine integrate themes in fields like Logistic regression, Epidemiology, Curriculum, Purebred and Competence. He studies Logistic regression, namely Odds.
His work on Welfare is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Applied psychology. His study in Ethology extends to Applied psychology with its themes. He frequently studies issues relating to Learning theory and Social psychology.
His primary areas of study are Welfare, Demography, Applied psychology, Temperament and Veterinary medicine. His research in Welfare intersects with topics in Response rate, Food processing, Distress and Public economics. The various areas that he examines in his Demography study include Demographic data, Affect, Odds, Ordered logit and Breed.
His work deals with themes such as Ethology, Ethogram, Popularity and Test, which intersect with Applied psychology. His Temperament study incorporates themes from Developmental psychology and Logistic regression. His Veterinary medicine study deals with Curriculum intersecting with Recreation.
Paul D. McGreevy mostly deals with Welfare, Temperament, Demography, Applied psychology and Epidemiology. His Welfare research incorporates themes from Attitude scale, Chart and Empathy. Paul D. McGreevy has included themes like Construct validity, Logistic regression and Clinical psychology in his Temperament study.
His Logistic regression research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Developmental psychology, Laterality, Reinforcement and Habituation. His study in Demography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Tongue movement, Prejudice and Sexual dimorphism. His Applied psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ethology, Popularity, Cognition and Learning theory.
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Prevalence of obesity in dogs examined by Australian veterinary practices and the risk factors involved
P. D. McGreevy;P. C. Thomson;C. Pride;A. Fawcett.
Veterinary Record (2005)
Management factors associated with stereotypic and redirected behaviour in the thoroughbred horse
P.D. McGreevy;P.J. Cripps;N.P. French;L.E. Green.
Equine Veterinary Journal (1995)
Prevalence of Disorders Recorded in Dogs Attending Primary-Care Veterinary Practices in England
Dan G. O′Neill;David B. Church;Paul D. McGreevy;Peter C. Thomson.
PLOS ONE (2014)
Inherited defects in pedigree dogs. Part 1: disorders related to breed standards.
Lucy Asher;Gillian Diesel;Jennifer F. Summers;Paul D. McGreevy.
Veterinary Journal (2009)
Dietary sialic acid supplementation improves learning and memory in piglets
Bing Wang;Bing Yu;Muhsin Karim;Honghua Hu.
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2007)
Longevity and mortality of owned dogs in England.
D.G. O’Neill;D.B. Church;P.D. McGreevy;P.C. Thomson.
Veterinary Journal (2013)
Equine Behavior: A Guide for Veterinarians and Equine Scientists
The prevalence of abnormal behaviours in dressage, eventing and endurance horses in relation to stabling.
PD McGreevy;NP French;Christine J Nicol.
Veterinary Record (1995)
The advent of equitation science.
Paul D. McGreevy.
Veterinary Journal (2007)
Effects of selection for cooperation and attention in dogs
Márta Gácsi;Paul McGreevy;Edina Kara;Ádám Miklósi.
Behavioral and Brain Functions (2009)
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