Publications

Brantsæter, M., Tahamtani, F. M., Moe, R. O., Hansen, T. B., Orritt, R., Nicol, C., & Janczak, A. M. (2016). Rearing laying hens in aviaries reduces fearfulness following transfer to furnished cages. Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 3 (13). doi: 10.3389/fvets.2016.00013

Orritt, R., Hogue, T. & Gross, H. (2015). His bark is worse than his bite: Perceptions and rationalisation of canine aggressive behaviour. Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin, 3(2), 1-20.

Orritt, R. (2015). Dog Bites: a complex public health issue. The Veterinary Record, 176(25), 640-641. doi: 10.1136/vr.h3215

Orritt, R. & Harper, C. (2015). Similarities Between the Representation of “Aggressive Dogs” and “Sex Offenders” in the British News Media. In B Deering & C. Blanco (Eds.), Who’s Talking Now? Multispecies Relations from Human and Animals’ Points of View. Available from: http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/publishing/product/whos-talking-now-multispecies-relations-from-human-and-animals-point-of-view/

Tahamtani, F. M., Beate Hansen, T., Orritt, R., Nicol, C., Moe, R. O., & Janczak, A. M., (2014). Does Rearing Laying Hens in Aviaries Adversely Affect Long-Term Welfare following Transfer to Furnished Cages? PLoS ONE, 9(9), e107357.

Orritt, R. (2014). Dog ownership has unknown risks but known health benefits: we need evidence based policy. British Medical Journal, 349, g4081.