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Appleby M. (2002). Consciousness, Cognition and Animal Welfare – J.K. Kirkwood, R.C. Hubrecht, S. Wickens, H. O'Leary, S. Oakley (Eds.), Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 2001, 251 pp., Paperback, Supplement to Volume 10 of Animal Welfare, 15/US$ 30, ISSN 0962-7286. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci., 77, 239–241.
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Appleby, M. (2002). Consciousness, Cognition and Animal Welfare: J.K. Kirkwood, R.C. Hubrecht, S. Wickens, H. O'Leary, S. Oakley (Eds.), Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 2001, 251 pp., Paperback, Supplement to Volume 10 of Animal Welfare, [pound sign]15/US$ 30, ISSN 0962-7286. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci., 77(3), 239–241.
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Appleby, M. C. (1983). The probability of linearity in hierarchies. Anim. Behav., 31(2), 600–608.
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Appleby, M. C. (1980). Social Rank and Food Access in Red Deer Stags. Behaviour, 74, 294–309.
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Araba, B. D., & Crowell-Davis, S. L. (1994). Dominance relationships and aggression of foals (Equus caballus). Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci., 41(1-2), 1–25.
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Arakawa, H., Arakawa, K., Blanchard, D. C., & Blanchard, R. J. (2008). A new test paradigm for social recognition evidenced by urinary scent marking behavior in C57BL/6J mice. Behav. Brain. Res., 190(1), 97–104.
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Archer M,. (1971). Preliminary studies on the palatability of grasses, legumes and herbs to horses. Vet Rec, 89, 236–240.
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Argue, C. K., & Clayton, H. M. (1993). A preliminary study of transitions between the walk and trot in dressage horses. Acta Anat (Basel), 146(2-3), 179–182.
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Arlettaz, R., Patthey, P., Baltic, M., Leu, T., Schaub, M., Palme, R., et al. (2007). Spreading free-riding snow sports represent a novel serious threat for wildlife. Proc Biol Sci, 274(1614), 1219–1224.
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