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Guide for the Care and use of Laboratory Animals: Eighth Edition
Effects of environmental enrichment for mice: Variation in experimental results. 2002. Van de Weerd HA, Aarsen EL, Mulder A, Kruitwagen CL, Hendriksen CF, Baumans V. J Appl Anim Welf Sci 5:87-109.
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Enriching the environment of the laboratory cat. 1995. AWIC Resource Series, No. 2: Environmental Enrichment Information Resources for Laboratory Animals—Birds, Cats, Dogs, Farm Animals, Ferrets, Rabbits, and Rodents. McCune S. Beltsville MD: AWIC. p 27-33.
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Enrichment of laboratory caging for rats: A review. 2004. Patterson-Kane EF. Anim Welf 13:209-214.
Enrichment strategies for laboratory animals. 2005. ILAR J 46(2).
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Environmental enrichment for laboratory rodents and rabbits: Requirements of rodents, rabbits, and research. 2005. Baumans V. ILAR J 46:162-170.
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Environmental Enrichment for Captive Animals. 2003. Young RJ. Oxford: Blackwell Science.
Environmental enrichment for nonhuman primates: An experimental approach. 2000. de Rosa C, Vitale A, Puopolo M. In: Progress in the Reduction, Refinement and Replacement of Animal Experimentation: Proceedings of the 3rd World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences, Bologna, Italy. Elsevier. p 1295-1304.
Environmental enrichment in mice decreases anxiety, attenuates stress responses and enhances natural killer cell activity. 2004. Benaroya-Milshtein N, Hollander N, Apter A, Kukulansky T, Raz N, Wilf A, Yaniv I, Pick CG. Eur J Neurosci 20:1341-1347.
Environmental enrichment lowers stress-responsive hormones in singly housed male and female rats. 2003. Belz EE, Kennell JS, Czambel RK, Rubin RT, Rhodes ME. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 76:481-486.
Environmental enrichment may alter the number of rats needed to achieve statistical significance. 1999. Eskola S, Lauhikari M, Voipio HM, Laitinen M, Nevalainen T. Scand J Lab Anim Sci 26:134-144.
Environmental enrichment of laboratory animals used in regulatory toxicology studies. 1999. Dean SW. Lab Anim 33:309-327.
Environmental enrichment of nonhuman primates, dogs and rabbits used in toxicology studies. 2003. Bayne KA. Toxicol Pathol 31(Suppl):132-137.
Environmental enrichment options for laboratory rats and mice. 2004. Key D. Lab Anal 33:39-44.
Evaluation of objects and food for environmental enrichment of NZW rabbits. 2001. Harris LD. Contemp Top Lab Anim Sci 40:27-30.
Guidelines for developing and managing an environmental enrichment program for nonhuman primates. 1991. Bloomsmith MA, Brent LY, Schapiro SJ. Lab Anim Sci 41:372-377.