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Blackshaw, J. K. (2001) A cat's sense of touch. National Cat, March-April: 15-15. 209  
Jones, I. and Blackshaw, J. K. (2000) An evolutionary approach to psychiatry. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 34 1: 8-13. doi:10.1046/j.1440-1614.2000.00704.x 49   15 Cited 20 times in Scopus20 0
Blackshaw, J. K. (2002) Animal experts answer your questions. Pets n People, 26: 94-94. 75  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2000) An introduction to animal behaviour. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 1613 159-162. 86  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2000) Bailey's Condition or Jill's Dilemma. Control & Therapy Series, 216 1214-1214. 35  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2003) Book Reviews: Horse Behavior. Australian Veterinary Journal, 81 4: 230-230. doi:10.1111/j.1751-0813.2003.tb11477.x 40   0
Blackshaw, J. K. (2000) Cat lovers hooked for life. National Cat, 10 2: 14-14. 43  
Blackshaw, J. K. (1999) Cats perfect a balancing act. National Cat, 9 5: 10. 25  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2002) Clever cats. Pets n People, 5 25: 88-89. 26  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2002) Common Cat Sayings. Pets n People, 26: 78-80. 123  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2000) Companion animals and us. Exploring the relationships between people and pets. Australian Veterinary Journal, 78 8: 545-545. 82  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2001) Dealing with a naughty kitten. National Cat, Sept-Oct: 7-7. 85  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2004). Diseno de Instalaciones. In Francisco A. Galindo Maldonado and Agustin Orihuela Trujillo (Ed.), Etologia Aplicada 2004 ed. (pp. 1-411) Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. 227  
Blackshaw, A. W. and Blackshaw, J. K. (2001) Dogs and Cats. ANZCCART, Second: 46-48. 48  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2001) Feeding your cat. National Cat, July-August: 7-7. 39  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2001) Grey voted most preferred colour. National Cat, May-June: 8-8. 37  
Blackshaw, A. W. and Blackshaw, J. K. (2001) Horses. ANZCCART, Second: 46-48. 28  
Blackshaw, J. K. (1999). Meaningful temperament assessment for aggression in dogs - can it be done. In: Proceedings of the Eighth National Conference on Urban Animal Management in Australia. Urban Animal Management, Gold Coast, Brisbane, (103-106). 12-13 August, 1999. 41  
Blackshaw, J. K. (1999) Play behaviour not limited to kittens. National Cat, 9 4: 13. 35  
Blackshaw, J. K. (1999) Play follows a pattern. National Cat, 9 2: 10. 22  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2002) Psychotropic drugs: a guide for their use in companion animals. The Veterinarian, April 10-13. 45  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2000) Selection based on appearances. National Cat, 11 1: 6-6. 23  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2002) Send us your Questions!. Pets n People, 25: 9-9. 29  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2002) The cats view of the world. Pets n People, 5 24: 86-87. 45  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2001) The domestic cat: The biology of its behaviour. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 71 259-261. 121  
Blackshaw, J. K. (1999) The human-dog bond develops over the ages. National Dog, 29 11: 12. 68  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2002) The language of cats. Pets n People, 4 23: 83-85. 41  
Blackshaw, J. K. (1999) Understanding cat language. National Cat, 10 1: 8. 68  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2002) What do cats see?. National Cat, 12 105: 5-5. 76  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2000) When you see an aggressive dog, the best thing to do is not look it in the eye. Dogs' Life, 29 16-16. 107  
Blackshaw, J. K. (2001) Why animal experimentation matters: The use of animals in medical research. Heredity, 87 609-609. 97