By Paula Jane Hotston Moore MEd RVN
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Paul A. Rees. © 2015 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2015 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 1 Introduction Introduction The design of any scientific study is critical to its success. A badly designed study may not be amenable to statistical analysis and, in some cases, may produce data that result in invalid conclusions. In order to construct a good design an understanding of scientific method, sampling and statistics is required. Before we can consider the design of a study itself we must first establish that suitable animals are available and that they are accessible.
Such studies involve a substantial commitment of time, especially when the subjects are long‐lived species, and may extend beyond the lifetime of a single researcher. However, in some case it may be possible to conduct longitudinal studies from historical records. 1 Who Should Collect the Data? Collecting behaviour data is time consuming. The researcher has several options: 1 Collect all of the data yourself. This avoids many of the difficulties associated with the options below. 2 Share the task of data collection with one or more trained colleagues.
G. g. 10:00 to 16:00). The cost of studying captive animals may also be a barrier to data collection. For example, some zoos require students and researchers to purchase a research pass for access to the zoo. In addition, if the researcher does not live near the zoo the cost of travelling (and possibly accommodation) may be prohibitive. g. for wolves, elephants, etc. g. deer, ostrich, boar, etc. g. Yerkes National Primate Center College farms & animal collections WORKING ENVIRONMENTS FERAL SITUATIONS Elephant camps Racehorse stables Laboratories Research farms Cats, dogs, goats, horses, pigeons, etc.