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Krause, J., James, R., Franks, D. W., & Croft, D. P. (2015). Animal Social Networks. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Seyfarth, R. M., & Cheney, D. L. (2015). Social cognition. Animal Behaviour, 103, 191–202.
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Huebner, F., & Fichtel, C. (2015). Innovation and behavioral flexibility in wild redfronted lemurs (Eulemur rufifrons). Anim.Cogn., 18(3), 777–787.
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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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Defolie, C., Malassis, R., Serre, M., & Meunier, H. (2015). Tufted capuchins (Cebus apella) adapt their communicative behaviour to human’s attentional states. Anim. Cogn., 18(3), 747–755.
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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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Takaoka, A., Maeda, T., Hori, Y., & Fujita, K. (2015). Do dogs follow behavioral cues from an unreliable human? Anim.Cogn., 18(2), 475–483.
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Rørvang, M. V., Ahrendt, L. P., & Christensen, J. W. (2015). Horses fail to use social learning when solving spatial detour tasks. Anim.Cogn., 18(4), 847–854.
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Cinková, I., & Policht, R. (2015). Discrimination of familiarity and sex from chemical cues in the dung by wild southern white rhinoceros. Anim. Cogn., 18(1), 385–392.
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Whalen, A., Cownden, D., & Laland, K. (2015). The learning of action sequences through social transmission. Anim. Cogn., 18(5), 1093–1103.
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