Deborah Temple

Deborah Temple
Profesorado
Asignaturas que imparte
Bases biológicas del bienestar animal

Déborah Temple es investigadora en el departamento de Ciencia Animal y de los Alimentos de la facultad de veterinaria de la UAB, en temas relacionados con el comportamiento y el bienestar animal. Diplomada por el Colegio Europeo de Bienestar Animal y Medicina del Comportamiento (ECAWBM). Tiene especial interés en el desarrollo de métodos prácticos y eficaces para el manejo respetuoso de los animales en sistemas sostenibles. Implicada en las actividades del Centro de Educación en Bienestar animal (AWEC) cuya misión es promover el bienestar de los animales mediante la educación y la investigación aplicada.

Publicaciones
  • Temple D, Escribano D, Jiménez M, Mainau E, Cerón JJ, Manteca X. Effect of the needle-free “intra dermal application of liquids” vaccination on the welfare of pregnant sows. Porcine Health Management Journal DOI: 10.1186/s40813-017-0056-3. In press
  • De Briyne N, Berg C, Blaha T, Temple D. Pig castration: will the EU manage to ban pig castration by 2018? Porcine Health Management Journal, 2:29, 1-11. 2016
  • Mainau E, Temple D, Manteca X. Experimental study on the effect of oral meloxicam administration in sows on pre-weaning mortality and growth and immunoglobulin G transfer to piglets, Preventive Veterinary Medicine,126, 48-53. 2016
  • Temple D, Barthélémy H, Mainau E, Cozzi A, Amat M, Canozzi ME, Pageat P, Manteca X. Preliminary findings on the effect of the pig appeasing pheromone in a slow releasing block on the welfare of pigs at weaning. Porcine Health Management Journal, 2, 13-15. 2016
  • Manteca X, Amat M, Salas M, Temple D. Animal-based indicators to assess welfare in zoo animals. CAB Reviews Perpectives in Agriculture Veterinary Science Nutrition and Natural Resources 11, doi: 10.1079/PAVSNNR201611010
  • Le Brech S, Amat M, Camps T, Temple D, Manteca X, Canine aggression toward family members in Spain: clinical presentation and related factors. Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research. 2016
  • Salas M, Temple D, Abáigar T, Cuadrado M, Delclaux M, Enseñat C, Almagro V, Martínez-Nevado E, Quevedo M A, Carbajal A, Talló-Parra O, Sabés-Alsina M, Amat M, López-Béjar M, Fernández-Bellón H and Manteca X. Aggressive behavior and hair cortisol levels in captive dorcas gazelles (Gazella dorcas) as animal-based welfare indicators. Zoo Biology 35, 467-473. 2016
  • Temple D, Vermeer HM, Mainau E, Manteca X. Opinion paper: implementing pig welfare legislation: difficulties and knowledge-exchange strategies. Animal, 9:11, 1747–1748. 2015
  • Dalmau A, Di Nardo A, Realini CE, Rodriguez Pedro, Llonch P, Temple D, Velarde A, Giansante D,  Messori, S, Villa PD. Effect of the duration of road transport on the physiology and meat quality of lambs. Animal production science, 54, 179-186. 2014.
  • Temple D., Dalmau A., Manteca X., Velarde A. Assessment of test-retrest reliability on pig farms. Livestock science, 54, 179-186. 2013
  • Temple D., Courboulay V., Manteca X., Velarde A., Dalmau A. The welfare of growing pigs in five different production systems: assessment of feeding and housing. Animal, 6, 656-667. 2012
  • Temple D., Courboulay V., Velarde A., Dalmau A., Manteca X. The welfare of growing pigs in five different production systems in France and Spain: assessment of health. Animal Welfare, 21, 257-271. 2012
  • Temple D., Manteca X., Velarde A., Dalmau A. Assessment of animal welfare through behavioural parameters in Iberian pigs in intensive and extensive conditions. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 131, 29-39. 2011
  • Temple D., Dalmau A., Ruiz de la Torre JL., Manteca X., Velarde A. Application of the Welfare Quality® protocol to assess growing pigs kept under intensive conditions in Spain. Journal of Veterinary Behavior, 6, 139-149. 2011
  • Dalmau A., Temple D., Rodriguez P., Llonch P., Velarde A. Application of the Welfare Quality® protocol at pig slaughterhouses”. Animal Welfare, 18, 381-390. 2009.
  • Deiss V, Temple D, Ligout S, Racine C, Bouix J, Terlouw C. Can emotional reactivity predict stress responses at slaughter in sheep ? Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 119, 193-202. 2009

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