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AEC 17/25 Assessing anxious and depressed states in sheep using attention bias

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AEC 17/25 Assessing anxious and depressed states in sheep using attention bias


This data collection contains behavioural and temperature data for 50 sheep during a modified attention bias test. Prior to testing sheep were treated with drugs to induce short-term states of anxiety or depression. The work aimed to determine whether the modified test could be used to measure the induced states.


Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences not elsewhere classified


https://doi.org/10.25919/5b5016c4bca25


19 Mar 2018


28 Mar 2018


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affective state anxiety attention bias behaviour cognitive bias depression emotion stress-induced hyperthermia threat perception welfare


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) and University of New England (ERS project expense support). The data were generated by Jessica Monk, Sue Belson, Jim Lea, Troy Kalinowski, Tim Dyall, Danila Marini and Tellisa Kearton.


Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivatives 4.0 International Licence


CSIRO (Australia), University of New England (Australia), Sheep CRC (Australia)


Monk, Jessica; Belson, Sue; Colditz, Ian; Lee, Caroline (2018): AEC 17/25 Assessing anxious and depressed states in sheep using attention bias. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5b5016c4bca25


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About this Project

SIP 36-1: Resilience in livestock


This project aims to develop methods for identifying more resilient animals in our livestock productions systems. A key part of the project is development of new measures which can assess the emotional components of animal well-being. Using these methods we will be able to better understand how farming practices impact animal well-being and be able... more


Caroline Lee





Jessica Monk


Sue Belson


Ian Colditz


Caroline Lee


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