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Ward, A; Webster, M. Sociality: The Behaviour of Group-Living Animals 2016 6156 details   openurl
Marr, I.; Bauer, T.; Farmer, K.; Krueger, K. Gibt die sensorische Lateralität im Objekttest Aufschluss über das Interieur, den aktuellen Gemütszustand, oder den Trainingszustand der Pferde? 2016 33. FFP-Jahrestagung 5961 details   openurl
Horowitz, A.; Hecht, J. Examining dog–human play: the characteristics, affect, and vocalizations of a unique interspecific interaction 2016 Animal Cognition 5947 1-10 details   doi
Schuetz, A.; Farmer, K.; Krueger, K. Social learning across species: horses (Equus caballus) learn from humans by observation 2016 Animal Cognition 6028 20 567–573 details   doi
Malavasi, R.; Huber, L. Evidence of heterospecific referential communication from domestic horses (Equus caballus) to humans 2016 Animal Cognition 6029 19 899-909 details   doi
Taubert, J.; Weldon, K.B.; Parr, L.A. Robust representations of individual faces in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) but not monkeys (Macaca mulatta) 2016 Animal Cognition 6030 1-9 details   doi
Ringhofer, M.; Yamamoto, S. Domestic horses send signals to humans when they face with an unsolvable task 2016 Animal Cognition 6037 1-9 details   doi
Sommer, V.; Lowe, A.; Dietrich, T. Not eating like a pig: European wild boar wash their food 2016 Animal Cognition 6132 19 245-249 details   doi
Cinková, I.; Policht, R. Sex and species recognition by wild male southern white rhinoceros using contact pant calls 2016 Animal Cognition 6144 19 375-386 details   doi
Mejdell, C.M.; Buvik, T.; Jørgensen, G.H.M.; Bøe, K.E. Horses can learn to use symbols to communicate their preferences 2016 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 6022 184 66-73 details   doi
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