2023 - Research.com Animal Science and Veterinary in Norway Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Animal Science and Veterinary in Norway Leader Award
Her primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Developmental psychology, Broiler, Fowl and Ecology. Her Animal science research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dominance and Human animal bond. Her Developmental psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Focal animal, Animal-assisted therapy and Stimulating environment.
She focuses mostly in the field of Animal-assisted therapy, narrowing it down to matters related to Intervention and, in some cases, Animal welfare. Her research integrates issues of Foraging, Environmental enrichment, Inclusive fitness and Reproductive success in her study of Animal welfare. Her Broiler research includes themes of Veterinary medicine and Body weight, Feed conversion ratio.
Ruth C. Newberry mainly investigates Animal science, Developmental psychology, Broiler, Animal-assisted therapy and Flock. Her Animal science research integrates issues from Ecology and Anatomy. She has included themes like Cognition, Environmental enrichment, Animal welfare and Personality in her Developmental psychology study.
Her Animal welfare research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Captivity, Social psychology and Foraging. Her research investigates the connection between Broiler and topics such as Veterinary medicine that intersect with problems in Crossbreed. As a part of the same scientific family, Ruth C. Newberry mostly works in the field of Animal-assisted therapy, focusing on HUBzero and, on occasion, Anxiety, Repeated measures design, Social play and Clinical psychology.
Her main research concerns Animal science, Litter, Broiler, Personality and Flock. Her Animal science study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Peat. She has researched Broiler in several fields, including Pecking order, Environmental enrichment and Animal welfare.
In the subject of general Animal welfare, her work in Laboratory animal welfare is often linked to Integrated production, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Developmental psychology and Predictability. Her Aggression study, which is part of a larger body of work in Developmental psychology, is frequently linked to Local independence, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Ruth C. Newberry spends much of her time researching Animal science, Animal husbandry, Flock, Peer review and Litter. Her study in Animal science is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Peat, Time budget and Nest. She incorporates a variety of subjects into her writings, including Animal husbandry, Quality of life, Positive psychology, Animal Welfare, Political science and Straw.
The Flock study combines topics in areas such as Broiler, Environmental enrichment and Lameness. The study incorporates disciplines such as Observational study, Predictability, Personality Assessment Inventory, Ethology and Predictive validity in addition to Peer review. Her Litter study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Offspring and Sibling.
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Environmental enrichment: increasing the biological relevance of captive environments
Ruth C. Newberry.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (1995)
Mammalian Play: Training for the Unexpected
Marek Spinka;Ruth C. Newberry;Marc Bekoff.
The Quarterly Review of Biology (2001)
Hen welfare in different housing systems
D.C. Lay;R.M. Fulton;P.Y. Hester;D.M. Karcher.
Poultry Science (2011)
Subjective and objective measurements of postoperative pain in cats.
Anthony J. Cambridge;Karen M. Tobias;Ruth C. Newberry;Dipak K. Sarkar.
Javma-journal of The American Veterinary Medical Association (2000)
The suckling behaviour of domestic pigs in a semi-natural environment
Ruth C. Newberry;David G.M. Wood-Gush.
Influence of Light Intensity on Behavior and Performance of Broiler Chickens
R. C. Newberry;J. R. Hunt;E. E. Gardiner.
Poultry Science (1988)
Implications of breaking mother–young social bonds
Ruth C. Newberry;Janice C. Swanson.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2008)
Playful behaviour of piglets
R.C. Newberry;D.G.M. Wood-Gush;J.W. Hall.
Behavioural Processes (1988)
Group size and perching behaviour in young domestic fowl.
Ruth C Newberry;Inma Estevez;Inma Estevez;Linda J Keeling.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2001)
Broiler chickens: a tolerant social system?
Inma Estévez;Ruth C. Newberry;Luis Arias de Reyna.
Etología: Revista de la Sociedad Española de Etología (1997)
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