Simon P. Turner mainly focuses on Aggression, Veterinary medicine, Animal welfare, Trait and Welfare. His research in Aggression intersects with topics in Skin lesion, Physiology, Biting and Heritability. His studies deal with areas such as Deep litter and Factorial experiment as well as Skin lesion.
His Veterinary medicine study combines topics in areas such as Sex factors and Social stress. His studies in Animal welfare integrate themes in fields like Livestock farming and Econometrics. His Litter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Birth weight, Animal-assisted therapy and Vitality.
Simon P. Turner focuses on Aggression, Animal welfare, Welfare, Animal science and Developmental psychology. His Aggression research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social group and Skin lesion. His Skin lesion study combines topics in areas such as Veterinary medicine, Lesion, Affect and Physiology.
His research on Animal welfare also deals with topics like
His primary areas of study are Aggression, Animal welfare, Skin lesion, Developmental psychology and Physiology. His Aggression research incorporates themes from Biting and Social group. He integrates many fields, such as Animal welfare and Welfare, in his works.
As part of the same scientific family, Simon P. Turner usually focuses on Skin lesion, concentrating on Affect and intersecting with Perception, Clinical psychology and Arousal. His research in the fields of Socialization overlaps with other disciplines such as Domestic pig, Early life and Trait. His studies deal with areas such as Ice calving, Maternal behaviour and Cortisol level as well as Physiology.
Simon P. Turner spends much of his time researching Aggression, Early life, Social behaviour, Skin lesion and Developmental psychology. He combines Aggression and Demography in his research. Resolution, Game theory, Microeconomics, Selection and Natural are fields of study that intersect with his Social behaviour study.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Clinical psychology, Affect and Animal welfare in addition to Skin lesion. The various areas that Simon P. Turner examines in his Developmental psychology study include Temperament, Big Five personality traits and Heritability. By researching both Trait and Personality, Simon P. Turner produces research that crosses academic boundaries.
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The accumulation of skin lesions and their use as a predictor of individual aggressiveness in pigs
Simon P. Turner;Mark J. Farnworth;Ian M.S. White;Sue Brotherstone.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2006)
The welfare implications of large litter size in the domestic pig I: biological factors
K. M D Rutherford;E. M. Baxter;R. B. D'Eath;S. P. Turner.
Animal Welfare (2013)
The effect of space allowance on performance, aggression and immune competence of growing pigs housed on straw deep-litter at different group sizes
S.P. Turner;M. Ewen;J.A. Rooke;S.A. Edwards.
Livestock Production Science (2000)
The welfare implications of large litter size in the domestic pig II: management factors
E. M. Baxter;K. M D Rutherford;R. B. D'Eath;G. Arnott.
Animal Welfare (2013)
Genetic selection for temperament traits in dairy and beef cattle.
Marie J. Haskell;Geoff Simm;Simon P. Turner.
Frontiers in Genetics (2014)
Genetic validation of postmixing skin injuries in pigs as an indicator of aggressiveness and the relationship with injuries under more stable social conditions.
S. P. Turner;R. Roehe;R. B. D'Eath;S. H. Ison.
Journal of Animal Science (2009)
Injurious tail biting in pigs: How can it be controlled in existing systems without tail docking?
R B D'Eath;G Arnott;S P Turner;T Jensen.
Effect of social group size on aggressive behaviour between unacquainted domestic pigs
Simon P Turner;Graham W Horgan;Sandra A Edwards.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2001)
The Natural Behaviour of the Pig
Richard B. D’Eath;Simon P. Turner.
Association of HPA axis-related genetic variation with stress reactivity and aggressive behaviour in pigs
Eduard Muráni;Siriluck Ponsuksili;Richard B D'Eath;Simon P Turner.
BMC Genetics (2010)
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