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Palme, R., Touma, C., Arias, N., Dominchin, M. F., & Lepschy, M. (3012). Steroid extraction: Get the best out of faecal samples. Vet. Med. Austria, 100, 238–246.
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Merkies, K., McKechnie, M. J., & Zakrajsek, E. (2018). Behavioural and physiological responses of therapy horses to mentally traumatized humans. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, .
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Gaunitz, C., Fages, A., Hanghøj, K., Albrechtsen, A., Khan, N., Schubert, M., et al. (2018). Ancient genomes revisit the ancestry of domestic and Przewalski's horses. Science, .
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Farmer, K., Krüger, K., Byrne, R. W., & Marr, I. (2018). Sensory laterality in affiliative interactions in domestic horses and ponies (Equus caballus). Animal Cognition, .
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Nakamura, K., Takimoto-Inose, A., & Hasegawa, T. (2018). Cross-modal perception of human emotion in domestic horses (Equus caballus). Scientific Reports, 8(1), 8660.
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Bílá, K., Beránková, J., Veselý, P., Bugnyar, T., & Schwab, C. (2017). Responses of urban crows to con- and hetero-specific alarm calls in predator and non-predator zoo enclosures. Anim. Cogn., 20(1), 43–51.
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Krueger, K. (2017). Perissodactyla Cognition. In J. Vonk, & T. Shackelford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior (pp. 1–10). Cham: Springer International Publishing.
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Schuetz, A., Farmer, K., & Krueger, K. (2017). Social learning across species: horses (Equus caballus) learn from humans by observation. Anim. Cogn., 20(3), 567–573.
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Karenina, K., Giljov, A., Ingram, J., Rowntree, V. J., & Malashichev, Y. (2017). Lateralization of mother–infant interactions in a diverse range of mammal species. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1, 0030 Ep -.
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Sebastiano, M., Eens, M., Angelier, F., Pineau, K., Chastel, O., & Costantini, D. (2017). Corticosterone, inflammation, immune status and telomere length in frigatebird nestlings facing a severe herpesvirus infection. Conserv. Physiol., 5(1), cow073.
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