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Duncan, I. J., & Petherick, J. C. (1991). The implications of cognitive processes for animal welfare. J. Anim Sci., 69(12), 5017–5022.
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Kendrick, K. M. (1991). How the sheep's brain controls the visual recognition of animals and humans. J. Anim Sci., 69(12), 5008–5016.
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Curtis, S. E., & Stricklin, W. R. (1991). The importance of animal cognition in agricultural animal production systems: an overview. J. Anim Sci., 69(12), 5001–5007.
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Bourjade, M., de Boyer des Roches, A., & Hausberger, M. (2009). Adult-Young Ratio, a Major Factor Regulating Social Behaviour of Young: A Horse Study. PLoS ONE, 4(3), e4888.
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Griffin, D. R. (2001). Animals know more than we used to think (Vol. 98).
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Stich, K. P., & Winter, Y. (2006). Lack of generalization of object discrimination between spatial contexts by a bat. J. Exp. Biol., 209(23), 4802–4808.
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Arnold, W., Ruf, T., & Kuntz, R. (2006). Seasonal adjustment of energy budget in a large wild mammal, the Przewalski horse (Equus ferus przewalskii) II. Energy expenditure. J Exp Biol, 209(Pt 22), 4566–4573.
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Kuntz, R., Kubalek, C., Ruf, T., Tataruch, F., & Arnold, W. (2006). Seasonal adjustment of energy budget in a large wild mammal, the Przewalski horse (Equus ferus przewalskii) I. Energy intake. J Exp Biol, 209(22), 4557–4565.
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Reader, S. M., & Laland, K. N. (2002). Social intelligence, innovation, and enhanced brain size in primates. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 99(7), 4436–4441.
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