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Jack Murphy

Occasional Lecturer

School Of Agriculture & Food Science

Tel: +353 1 716
Email: jack.murphy@ucd.ie

Publications

   

Edited Books

Hemmings, A., Harris, P., Moore-Coyler, M., Tracey, S., Howells, K. And Northrop, A (Ed.). (2006) Applying Equine Science: research into business. UK: Nottingham University Press. [Details]
Alliston, J., Chadd, S., Ede, E., Hemmings, A., Hyslop, J., Longland, A., Moreton,H. & Moore-Colyer, M (Ed.). (2004) Emerging Equine Science. UK: Nottingham University Press. [Details]
Alliston, J., Chadd, S., Ede, E., Hemmings, A., Hyslop, J., Longland, A., Moreton, H & Moore-Coyler, M (Ed.). (2004) Emerging Equine Science. UK: Nottingham University Press. [Details]
(2003) The Irish Scientist. Ireland: Oldbury Publishing. [Details]
   

Conference Publications

Murphy,J. ; (2007) Dealing with stereotypic behaviour in the horse: What can we do? European Association for Animal Production [Details]
Murphy, J.; (2007) Tight tendon/brushing boots: Lower limb protection or innovative lower limb sensitisation training technique in the showjumping horse? International Society for Equitation Science [Details]
Murphy, J. ; (2007) An innovative approach to equitation foundation training (backing the horse) within an automated horse walker may reduce conflict behaviour in the horse International Society for Equitation Science [Details]
Murphy, J. & Hennessy, K.D.; (2007) Anatomical variation of the equine thoracolumbar dorsal surface make effective saddle fitting far from simple International Society for Equitation Science [Details]
Hennessy, K.D., Quinn, K.M., & Murphy, J. ; (2007) Different expectations between producers and purchasers may lead to wastage and welfare concerns for the horse International Society for Equitation Science [Details]
Murphy,J., Hennessy, K.D.; (2007) Trailers for Horses: Some transport systems may be less problematic for the naive horse during loading International Society for Equitation Science [Details]
Murphy, J. ; (2007) Magnetotherapy may ameliorate the incidence of weaving in stereotypic horses International Society for Applied Ethology [Details]
Murphy, J. ; (2007) Sterotypic behaviour may be associated with reduced learning ability in the horse Agricultural Research Forum [Details]
Murphy, J.; (2007) Prevention of forelimb lameness and splint formation in young horses: A preliminary study and comparison of two pasture management systems British Society for Animal Science [Details]
Murphy, J. & Arkins, S. ; (2006) Visuomotor influences on jump stride kinematics in showjumping horses Interanational Equitation Science Symposium [Details]
Murphy, J. & Arkins, S.; (2006) The effects of equine monocular and binocular vision on jump-stride kinematics in showjumping horses Agricultural Research Forum [Details]
Murphy, J. & Arkins, S.; (2006) Behavioural perspective of sport horse selection National Symposium of the irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology [Details]
Murphy, J. & Arkins, S.; (2005) Laterality and visuo-spatial ability: Behavioural measures of sport horse selection Applying Equine Science: research into business (BSAS) [Details]
Hennessy, K.D. & Murphy, J.; (2005) The commercial reality of Event Horse production Applyiung Equine Science : research into business [Details]
Murphy, J. & Arkins, S.; (2005) Laterality, suckling behaviour and facial hair whorl patterns in the neonatal foal International Society of Applied Ethology [Details]
Hennessy, K.D., Murphy, J. & Brophy, P.O.; (2005) Agricultural Research Forum A preliminary investigation of the economics of event horse production [Details]
Murphy, J. & Arkins, S.; (2005) Laterality, visuo-spatial ability and hair whorls in the horse Munster Veterinary Association [Details]
Murphy, J.; (2005) Differing approaches to getting a PhD Education Studies Association of Ireland [Details]
Murphy, J. & Arkins, S. ; (2004) Equine psychological and behavioural idiosycrasies Symposium of the Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology [Details]
Murphy, J. & Arkins, S.; (2004) The direction of facila hair whorl rotation may be a useful indicator of lateralised behavioural preferences in the horse British Society of Animal Science [Details]
Murphy, J. & Arkins, S.; (2004) The orientation of facial hair whorls may be linked to the direction of idosyncratic motor behaviour in the horse Agricultural Research Forum [Details]
Murphy, J., Sunderland, A. & Arkins, S. ; (2004) Lateralised motor behaviour in the horse Agricultural Research Forum [Details]
Murphy, J. & Arkins, S.; (2003) The neurobiological basis of differential performance in the horse Symposium of Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology [Details]
Murphy, J., Waldmann, T. & Arkins, S.; (2003) Gender differences in cognition may affect equine performance Energing Equine Science [Details]
Murphy, J., Waldmann, T., & Arkins, S.; (2003) Gender differences in equine learning skills and visuo-spatial ability Agricultural Research Forum [Details]
Murphy, J., Waldmann, T. & Arkins, S.; (2003) Gender differences in equine visuo-spatial ability Emerging Equine Science [Details]