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Bamford, A. J., Monadjem, A., & Hardy, I. C. W. (2010). Associations of Avian Facial Flushing and Skin Colouration with Agonistic Interaction Outcomes. Ethology, , no-no.
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Bang, A., Deshpande, S., Sumana, A., & Gadagkar, R. (2010). Choosing an appropriate index to construct dominance hierarchies in animal societies: a comparison of three indices. Animal Behaviour, 79(3), 631–636.
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Benhajali, H., Richard-Yris, M. - A., Ezzaouia, M., Charfi, F., & Hausberger, M. (2010). Reproductive status and stereotypies in breeding mares: A brief report. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci., 128(1-4), 64–68.
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Bentley-Condit, V., & Smith, E. O. (2010). Animal tool use: current definitions and an updated comprehensive catalog. Behaviour, 147(2), 185–32.
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Bergmüller, R. (2010). Animal Personality and Behavioural Syndromes. In P. Kappeler (Ed.), Animal Behaviour – Evolution and Mechanisms (pp. 587–621). Heidelberg: Springer.
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Biondi, L. M., Bó, M. S., & Vassallo, A. I. (2010). Inter-individual and age differences in exploration, neophobia and problem-solving ability in a Neotropical raptor (Milvago chimango). Anim. Cogn., 13(5), 701–710.
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Biondi, L. M., García, G. O., Bó, M. S., & Vassallo, A. I. (2010). Social Learning in the Caracara Chimango, Milvago chimango (Aves: Falconiformes): an Age Comparison. Ethology, 116(8), 722–735.
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Bode, N. W. F., Faria, J. J., Franks, D. W., Krause, J., & Wood, A. J. (2010). How perceived threat increases synchronization in collectively moving animal groups. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B Biol. Sci., 277(1697), 3065–3070.
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Bonanni, R., Cafazzo, S., Valsecchi, P., & Natoli, E. (2010). Effect of affiliative and agonistic relationships on leadership behaviour in free-ranging dogs. Anim. Behav., 79(5), 981–991.
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Broom, D. M. (2010). Cognitive ability and awareness in domestic animals and decisions about obligations to animals. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci., 126(1-2), 1–11.
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