Attending to affective state : attention bias as a measure of psychological welfare in rhesus macaques
Kemp, Caralyn; Thatcher, H.; Farningham, D.; Witham, C.; MacLarnon, A.; Holmes, A.; Semple, S.; Bethell, E.
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Citation:Kemp, C., Thatcher, H., Farningham, D., Witham, C., MacLarnon, A., Holmes, A., Semple, S., & Bethell, E. (2017, November). Attending to affective state: attention bias as a measure of psychological welfare in rhesus macaques. Paper presented at the International Society for Applied Ethology, Australasia - Africa 2017 Regional Meeting, Brisbane, Australia.
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