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Kaczensky, P., & Huber, K. (2010). The Use of High Frequency GPS Data to Classify Main Behavioural Categories in a Przewalski’s Horse in the Mongolian Gobi. DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska – Lincoln, .
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Smolla, M., Alem, S., Chittka, L., & Shultz, S. (2016). Copy-when-uncertain: bumblebees rely on social information when rewards are highly variable. Biol. Lett., 12(6).
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Knolle, F., Goncalves, R. P., & Morton, A. J. (2017). Sheep recognize familiar and unfamiliar human faces from two-dimensional images. Royal Society Open Science, 4(11).
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Webster, M. M., & Laland, K. N. (2008). Social learning strategies and predation risk: minnows copy only when using private information would be costly. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B, 275(1653), 2869–2876.
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Monfardini, E., Hadj-Bouziane, F., & Meunier, M. (2014). Model-Observer Similarity, Error Modeling and Social Learning in Rhesus Macaques. Plos One, 9(2), e89825.
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Brust, V., & Guenther, A. (2015). Domestication effects on behavioural traits and learning performance: comparing wild cavies to guinea pigs. Anim. Cogn., 18(1), 99–109.
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Kis, A., Huber, L., & Wilkinson, A. (2015). Social learning by imitation in a reptile (Pogona vitticeps). Anim.Cogn., 18(1), 325–331.
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Whalen, A., Cownden, D., & Laland, K. (2015). The learning of action sequences through social transmission. Anim. Cogn., 18(5), 1093–1103.
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Liedtke, J., & Schneider, J. M. (2017). Social makes smart: rearing conditions affect learning and social behaviour in jumping spiders. Anim. Cogn., 20(6), 1093–1106.
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