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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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Beery, A. K., & Kaufer, D. (2015). Stress, social behavior, and resilience: Insights from rodents. Neurobiol. Stress, 1(Stress Resilience), 116–127.
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Zhang, Y., Cao, Q. S., Rubenstein, D. I., Zang, S., Songer, M., Leimgruber, P., et al. (2015). Water Use Patterns of Sympatric Przewalski's Horse and Khulan: Interspecific Comparison Reveals Niche Differences. Plos One, 10(7), e0132094.
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Siniscalchi, M., Padalino, B., Aubé, L., & Quaranta, A. (2015). Right-nostril use during sniffing at arousing stimuli produces higher cardiac activity in jumper horses. Laterality, 20(4), 483–500.
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Brust, V., & Guenther, A. (2015). Domestication effects on behavioural traits and learning performance: comparing wild cavies to guinea pigs. Anim. Cogn., 18(1), 99–109.
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Kis, A., Huber, L., & Wilkinson, A. (2015). Social learning by imitation in a reptile (Pogona vitticeps). Anim.Cogn., 18(1), 325–331.
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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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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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Briard, L., Dorn, C., & Petit, O. (2015). Personality and Affinities Play a Key Role in the Organisation of Collective Movements in a Group of Domestic Horses. Ethology, 121(9), 888–902.
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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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