Bradley P. Smith
Bradley P. Smith
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A review of the relationship between indigenous Australians, dingoes (Canis dingo) and domestic dogs (Canis familiaris)
BP Smith, CA Litchfield
Anthrozo÷s 22 (2), 111-128, 2009
862009
Variation in reproductive traits of members of the genus Canis with special attention to the domestic dog (Canis familiaris)
K Lord, M Feinstein, B Smith, R Coppinger
Behavioural processes 92, 131-142, 2013
852013
Potentially avoidable hospitalisations in Australia: Causes for hospitalisations and primary health care interventions
R Katterl, O Anikeeva, C Butler, L Brown, B Smith, PT Bywood
Primary Health Care Research & Information Service, 2012
542012
How well do dingoes, Canis dingo, perform on the detour task?
BP Smith, CA Litchfield
Animal Behaviour 80 (1), 155-162, 2010
532010
The'pet effect': Health related aspects of companion animal ownership
B Smith
Australian family physician 41 (6), 439, 2012
502012
No pet or their person left behind: Increasing the disaster resilience of vulnerable groups through animal attachment, activities and networks
K Thompson, D Every, S Rainbird, V Cornell, B Smith, J Trigg
Animals 4 (2), 214-240, 2014
472014
Equity of access in the spatial distribution of GPs within an Australian metropolitan city
LS Roeger, RL Reed, BP Smith
Australian Journal of Primary Health 16 (4), 284-290, 2010
452010
Dingoes (Canisádingo) can use human social cues to locate hidden food
BP Smith, CA Litchfield
Animal Cognition 13 (2), 367-376, 2010
412010
The dingo debate: origins, behaviour and conservation
B Smith
Csiro Publishing, 2015
372015
Looking back at ‘looking back’: operationalising referential gaze for dingoes in an unsolvable task
BP Smith, CA Litchfield
Animal cognition 16 (6), 961-971, 2013
282013
An empirical case study examining effectiveness of environmental enrichment in two captive Australian sea lions (Neophoca cinerea)
BP Smith, CA Litchfield
Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 13 (2), 103-122, 2010
282010
Observations of a free-ranging adult female dingo (Canis dingo) and littermates’ responses to the death of a pup
R Appleby, B Smith, D Jones
Behavioural processes 96, 42-46, 2013
212013
Engaging pet owners in disaster risk and preparedness communications: Simplifying complex human–animal relations with archetypes
J Trigg, K Thompson, B Smith, P Bennett
Environmental Hazards 14 (3), 236-251, 2015
202015
Spontaneous tool-use: an observation of a dingo (Canis dingo) using a table to access an out-of-reach food reward
BP Smith, RG Appleby, CA Litchfield
Behavioural Processes 89 (3), 219-224, 2012
202012
Fatigue in emergency services operations: assessment of the optimal objective and subjective measures using a simulated wildfire deployment
SA Ferguson, BP Smith, M Browne, MJ Rockloff
International journal of environmental research and public health 13 (2), 171, 2016
192016
Risk perception, preparedness and response of livestock producers to bushfires: a South Australian case study
B Smith, M Taylor, K Thompson
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 30 (2), 38, 2015
192015
Does emotional closeness to pets motivate their inclusion in bushfire survival plans? Implications for emergency communicators
J Trigg, B Smith, K Thompson
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 30 (2), 24, 2015
182015
Should we let sleeping dogs lie… with us? Synthesizing the literature and setting the agenda for research on human-animal co-sleeping practices
K Thompson, B Smith
Humanimalia 6 (1), 114-127, 2014
182014
The influence of maternal care on stress-related behaviors in domestic dogs: What can we learn from the rodent literature?
VH Czerwinski, BP Smith, PI Hynd, SJ Hazel
Journal of Veterinary Behavior 14, 52-59, 2016
172016
Integrating animals in the classroom: The attitudes and experiences of Australian school teachers toward animal-assisted interventions for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
BP Smith, AA Dale
Pet Behaviour Science, 13-22, 2016
162016
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