“Clinical Animal Behaviour Research (CAB) is a collection of postgraduate research students from a range of disciplines including veterinary science, animal cognition, comparative psychology and forensic psychology. CAB meet monthly to discuss and review research publications and recent development in clinical animal behaviour.”
CAB discusses and reviews research articles relevant to clinical animal behaviour and summarises them in a way that is accessible and informative. To ensure that animal behaviour science is accessible to all members of the public, the article summaries are available in a range of languages.
The group covers topics including:
- Behavioural and welfare problems
- Human-animal interactions
- Veterinary behavioural medicine