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Aerts, J. - M., Gebruers, F., Van Camp, E., & Berckmans, D. (2008). Controlling horse heart rate as a basis for training improvement. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 64(1), 78–84.
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Agrillo, C., Dadda, M., & Bisazza, A. (2007). Quantity discrimination in female mosquitofish. Anim. Cogn., 10(1), 63–70.
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Ahmadinejad, S. M., & Asgari, Z. (2015). Facial expressions of the Caspian pony to its own picture, mirror and a combination of these two. In Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting.
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Ahmadinejad, S. M., Pishkar, J., Anisi, T., & Babayee, B. (2015). Verbal expressions of the horses to the pain. In Krueger. K. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting. Wald: Xenophon Publishing.
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Ahmadinejad, S. M., Pishkar, J., & Bahmen, M. (2015). Comparisons of behavioral and physiological state in Caspian pony before and after stress. In Krueger. K. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting. Wald: Xenophon Publishing.
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Ahmadinejad, M. (2012). Promotion of stud management using equine applied science programs Mohsen A. Nejad University of applied science and technology, Tehran, Iran. In K. Krueger (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2. International Equine Science Meeting (Vol. in press). Wald: Xenophon Publishing.
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Ahmadinejad, M. (2008). Influence of Sex and Age on Color discrimination in caspian Pony. In IESM 2008.
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Ahmadinejad, M., Tavakoli, S. (2012). Common injuries in athletic horses in TehranĎs riding clubs. In K. Krueger (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2. International Equine Science Meeting (Vol. in press).
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Ahrendt, L. P., Christensen, J. W., & Ladewig, J. (2012). The ability of horses to learn an instrumental task through social observation. In Applied Animal Behaviour Science (Vol. 139, pp. 105–113).
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