Items where Author is "Hemmings, Andrew"

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Article

Daniels, Simon, Scott, L, De Lavis, I, Linekar, A and Hemmings, Andrew (2018) Crib Biting and Equine Gastric Ulceration Syndrome: do horses that display oral stereotypies have altered gastric anatomy and physiology? Journal Of Veterinary Behaviour, 30 (March). pp. 100-113. ISSN 1558-7878

Hemmings, Andrew, Parker, M, Hale, C and McBride, S (2018) Causal and functional interpretation of mu- and delta-opioid receptor profiles in mesoaccumbens and nigrostriatal pathways of an oral stereotypy phenotype. Behavioural Brain Research, 353. pp. 108-113. ISSN 0166-4328

Hemmings, Andrew, McBride, S, Parker, M and Roberts, K (2017) Applied neurophysiology of the horse; implications for training, husbandry and welfare. Applied Animal Science. pp. 90-101.

Roberts, K, Hemmings, Andrew, Parker, M, McBride, S and Moore-Colyer, Meriel (2016) Neural Modulators of Temperament: a multivariate approach to personality trait identification in the horse. Physiology & Behaviour, 167. pp. 125-131. ISSN 0031-9384

Hemmings, Andrew, Hale, C and Randle, H (2016) Accuracy of horse workload perception by owners when compared to published workload parameters. Journal of Veterinary Behaviour, 15. p. 94. ISSN http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jveb.2016.08.065

Moore-Colyer, Meriel, Hemmings, Andrew and Hewer, N (2015) A preliminary investigation into the effect of ad libitum or restricted hay with or without Horslyx on the intake and switching behaviour of normal and cribbitinghorses. Livestock Science. pp. 59-62.

Conference or Workshop Item

Moore-Colyer, Meriel, Hemmings, Andrew and Hewer, N (2014) The effect of ad libitum or restricted hay with or without Horslyx on the intake and switching behaviour of normal and crib biting horses. In: Proceedings of the 7th European Workshop on Equine Nutrition, September 2014, Leipzig, Germany. (Unpublished)

Stephenson, B, Hemmings, Andrew and Moore-Colyer, Meriel (2014) The use of eye blink rate and changes in behaviour as potential early indicators of pituitary par intermedia dysfunction in the horse. In: Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Science Annual Conference. Advances in Animal Biosciences: Science in Practice: Planning for Intensification, April 2014, Nottingham.

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