Some articles on methods, restraint, restraint methods:
... can be difficult to handle, and various methods of physical restraint have to be used ... writes that primatologists have long recognized that restraint methods may introduce an "uncontrolled methodological variable", by producing resistance and fear in the animal ... animals fail to show behavioural and physiological signs of distress." Reinhardt lists common restraint methods as squeeze-back cages, manual restraint ...
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