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Oliva, J. L., Rault, J. - L., Appleton, B., & Lill, A. (2015). Oxytocin enhances the appropriate use of human social cues by the domestic dog (Canis familiaris) in an object choice task. Anim. Cogn., 18(3), 767–775.
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Palme, R. (2015). Non-invasive monitoring of stress hormones for welfare assessment in domestic and wild equids. 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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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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Passilongo, D., Mattioli, L., Bassi, E., Szabó, L., & Apollonio, M. (2015). Visualizing sound: counting wolves by using a spectral view of the chorus howling. Front. Zool., 12(1), 22.
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Phillips, C. J. C., Oevermans, H., Syrett, K. L., Jespersen, A. Y., & Pearce, G. P. (2015). Lateralization of behavior in dairy cows in response to conspecifics and novel persons. Journal of Dairy Science, 98(4), 2389–2400.
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Pick, D. K., B., & Steciuch, C. (2015). The Familiarity Heuristic in the Horse (Equus caballus). In , & K. Krueger (Ed.), Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting. Wald: Xenophon Publishing.
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Rogers, L. (2015). Laterality in domestic and feral 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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Roubová, V., Konecná, M., Smilauer, P., & Wallner, B. (2015). Whom to Groom and for What? Patterns of Grooming in Female Barbary Macaques (Macaca sylvanus). Plos One, 10(2), e0117298.
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Rubenstein D.I. (2015). Networks of terrestrial ungulates: linking form and function. In D. P. & Croft D. W. Franks R. James J. Krause (Ed.), Animal Social Networks. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Rubenstein, D. (2015). Social Networks: Linking Form with Function in Equid Societies. 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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