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Clayton, H. M., Larson, B., Kaiser, L. A. J., & Lavagnino, M. (2011). Length and elasticity of side reins affect rein tension at trot. The Veterinary Journal, 188(3), 291–294.
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Keeling, L. J., Jonare, L., & Lanneborn, L. (2009). Investigating horse–human interactions: The effect of a nervous human. Vet J, 181(1), 70–71.
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de Cocq, P., van Weeren, P. R., & Back, W. (2006). Saddle pressure measuring: Validity, reliability and power to discriminate between different saddle-fits. The Veterinary Journal, 172(2), 265–273.
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Bates, L. A., & Byrne, R. W. (2007). Creative or created: Using anecdotes to investigate animal cognition. Methods, 42(1), 12–21.
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Wathan, J., & McComb, K. (2014). The eyes and ears are visual indicators of attention in domestic horses. Current Biology, 24(15), R677–R679.
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Siniscalchi, M., Lusito, R., Vallortigara, G., & Quaranta, A. (2013). Seeing Left- or Right-Asymmetric Tail Wagging Produces Different Emotional Responses in Dogs. Curr Biol, 23(22).
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Schülke, O., Bhagavatula, J., Vigilant, L., & Ostner, J. (2010). Social Bonds Enhance Reproductive Success in Male Macaques. Curr. Biol., 20(24), 2207–2210.
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Parisi, D. R., Soria, S. A., & Josens, R. (2015). Faster-is-slower effect in escaping ants revisited: Ants do not behave like humans. Safety Science, 72, 274–282.
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Reyna-Garfias, H., Miliar, A., Jarillo-Luna, A., Rivera-Aguilar, V., Pacheco-Yepez, J., Baeza, I., et al. (2010). Repeated restraint stress increases IgA concentration in rat small intestine. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 24(1), 110–118.
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Aurich, J., Wulf, M., Ille, N., Erber, R., von Lewinski, M., Palme, R., et al. (2015). Effects of season, age, sex and housing on salivary cortisol concentrations in horses. Domest. Anim. Endocrinol., .
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