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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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Ajie, B. C., Pintor, L. M., Watters, J., Kerby, J. L., Hammond, J. I., & Sih, A. (2007). A framework for determining the fitness consequences of antipredator behavior. Behav. Ecol., 18(1), 267–270.
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AKELEY, C. E. (1914). The wild Ass of Somaliland. In American Museum Journal (Vol. 14, pp. 113–117).
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Akins, C. K., Klein, E. D., & Zentall, T. R. (2002). Imitative learning in Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) using the bidirectional control procedure. Anim Learn Behav, 30(3), 275–281.
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Akins, C. K., & Zentall, T. R. (1996). Imitative learning in male Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) using the two-action method. J Comp Psychol, 110(3), 316–320.
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Albentosa, M. J., Kjaer, J. B., & Nicol, C. J. (2003). Strain and age differences in behaviour, fear response and pecking tendency in laying hens. Br Poult Sci, 44(3), 333–344.
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