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AEC18/17 Assessing positive affective states in sheep using attention bias
This data collection contains behavioural and temperature data for 80 sheep during a modified attention bias test. Prior to testing sheep were treated with drugs to induce short-term anxiety-like, calm-like and euphoric-like states. The work aimed to determine whether the modified test could be used to measure the induced states.
Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences not elsewhere classified
16 Oct 2018
18 Oct 2018
All data were obtained by staff and students in the Agriculture and Food business unit during the experiment.
The work was funded by the CSIRO (internal funding). The data were generated by Sue Belson, Dana Campbell, Tim Dyall, Troy Kalinowski, Jim Lea, Caroline Lee and Jessica Monk.
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence
CSIRO (Australia), University of New England (Australia), Sheep CRC (Australia)
Monk, Jessica; Lee, Caroline; Belson, Sue; Colditz, Ian; Campbell, Dana (2019): AEC18/17 Assessing positive affective states in sheep using attention bias. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection.
All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO 2019.
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SIP 326: Developing measures of positive affective states in livestock
This project aimed to determine whether an attention bias test for sheep could be used to assess positive emotional states
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