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König von Borstel, U., Kienapfel, K., McLean, A., Wilkins, C., Evans, D., & McGreevy, P. (2015). Hyperflexing the horse‘s neck: a cost-benefit and meta-analysis. In Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting.
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König von Borstel, U., & Küllmar, A. (2015). A pilot study on horses‘ behaviour and distance travelled in a “Paddock Trail” husbandry system. In , & K. Krueger (Ed.), Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting. Wald: Xenophon Publishing.
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Leadbeater, E. (2015). What evolves in the evolution of social learning? J Zool, 295(1), 4–11.
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Lovrovich, P., Sighieri, C., & Baragli, P. (2015). Following human-given cues or not? Horses (Equus caballus) get smarter and change strategy in a delayed three choice task. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci., 166, 80–88.
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Malavasi, R., & Huber, L. (2015). Referential communication in the domestic horse (Equus caballus): first exploration in an ungulate species. In Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting.
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Maros, K., Kovács, R., & Nagy, K. (2015). Questionnaire survey personality assessment of horses of different use. In K. Krueger (Ed.), Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting. Wald: Xenophon Publishing.
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McComb, K. (2015). Social cognition and emotional awareness: studies on elephants and horses. In K. Krueger (Ed.), Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting. Proc. 3. Int. Equine. Sci. Mtg, in prep. Wald: Xenophon Publishing.
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Medill, S. A., Janz, D. M., & McLoughlin, P. D. (2015). Hair testosterone and cortisol concentrations and their relationships to physiological and social status in feral horses (Equus ferus caballus). In Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting.
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Merola, I., Lazzaroni, M., Marshall-Pescini, S., & Prato-Previde, E. (2015). Social referencing and cat–human communication. Anim. Cogn., 18(3), 639–648.
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Moon, C., Baldridge, M. T., Wallace, M. A., Burnham, C. - A. D., Virgin, H. W., & Stappenbeck, T. S. (2015). Vertically transmitted faecal IgA levels determine extra-chromosomal phenotypic variation. Nature, 521(7550), 90–93.
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