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Enya van Poucke

PhD student



Enya van Poucke, Perrine Mitschler, Per Jensen (2024) Play stimulation as a possible means to buffer early stress from commercial hatchery treatment in laying hen chicks Applied Animal Behaviour Science, Vol. 274, Article 106264 Continue to DOI


Enya van Poucke, Hedvika Suchankova, Per Jensen (2023) Commercial hatchery processing may affect susceptibility to stress in laying hens PLOS ONE, Vol. 18, Article e0291324 Continue to DOI


Louise Hedlund, Enya Van Poucke, Per Jensen (2022) Can Early Environmental Enrichment Buffer Stress from Commercial Hatchery Processing in Laying Hens? Poultry, Vol. 1, p. 125-137 Continue to DOI
Enya van Poucke, Amanda Hoglin, Per Jensen, Lina Roth (2022) Breed group differences in the unsolvable problem task: herding dogs prefer their owner, while solitary hunting dogs seek stranger proximity Animal Cognition, Vol. 25, p. 597-603 Continue to DOI


Amanda Höglin, Enya van Poucke, Rebecca Katajamaa, Per Jensen, Elvar Theodorsson, Lina Roth (2021) Long-term stress in dogs is related to the human-dog relationship and personality traits Scientific Reports, Vol. 11, Article 8612 Continue to DOI