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Wolter, R., Stefanski, V., & Krueger, K. (2018). Parameters for the Analysis of Social Bonds in Horses. Animals, 8(11), 191.
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Hiby, E. F., Rooney, N. J., & Bradshaw, J. W. S. (2004). Dog training methods: their use, effectiveness and interaction with behaviour and welfare. Anim. Welf., 13(1), 63–69.
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Murphy, J., & Arkins, S. (2006). Laterality and visuo-spatial ability in the equine: Functional measures of sport horse selection? BSAP Occasional Publication, 35, 159–170.
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Blatz, S., Krüger, K., & Zanger, M. (2018). Der Hufmechanismus – was wir wirklich wissen! Eine historische und fachliche Auseinandersetzung mit der Biomechanik des Hufes. Wald: Xenophon Verlag e.K.
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Krueger., K., & Farmer, K. (2018). Social learning in Horses: Differs from individual learning only in the learning stimulus and not in the learning mechanisms. In 14th Meeting of the Internatinoal Society for Equitation Science.
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Baciadonna, L., McElligott, A. G., & Briefer, E. F. (2013). Goats favour personal over social information in an experimental foraging task. Peer J, 1.
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Gardner, E. L., & Engel, D. R. (1971). Imitational and social facilitatory aspects of observational learning in the laboratory rat. Psychon. Sci., 25(1), 5–6.
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Bonin, S. J., Clayton, H. M., Lanovaz, J. L., & Johnston, T. (2007). Comparison of mandibular motion in horses chewing hay and pellets. Equine Vet. J., 39(3), 258–262.
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