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Alexander, S. L., & Irvine, C. H. (1998). The effect of social stress on adrenal axis activity in horses: the importance of monitoring corticosteroid-binding globulin capacity. Journal of Endocrinology, 157(3), 425–432.
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Allcroft, D. J., Tolkamp, B. J., Glasbey, C. A., & Kyriazakis, I. (2004). The importance of `memory' in statistical models for animal feeding behaviour. Behav. Process., 67(1), 99–109.
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Allen, C. (2006). Transitive inference in animals: Reasoning or conditioned associations? In S. Hurley, & M. Nudds (Eds.), Rational Animals? (pp. 175–186). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Allen, C. (1998). Assessing animal cognition: ethological and philosophical perspectives. J. Anim Sci., 76(1), 42–47.
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Allen, C., & Bekoff, M. (2007). Animal Minds, Cognitive Ethology, and Ethics. The Journal of Ethics, 11, 299–317.
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