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Fenner, K.; Freire, R.; McLean, A.; McGreevy, P. Behavioral, demographic and management influences on equine responses to negative reinforcement 2018 Journal of Veterinary Behavior 6400
Goodwin, D.; McGreevy, P.; Waran, N.; McLean, A. How equitation science can elucidate and refine horsemanship techniques 2009 The Veterinary Journal 4826 181 5-11
König von Borstel, U.; Kienapfel, K.; McLean, A.; Wilkins, C.; Evans, D.; McGreevy, P. Hyperflexing the horse‘s neck: a cost-benefit and meta-analysis 2015 Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting 5872
McGreevy, P.; Berger, J.; De Brauwere, N.; Doherty, O.; Harrison, A.; Fiedler, J.; Jones, C.; McDonnell, S.; McLean, A.; Nakonechny, L.; Nicol, C.; Preshaw, L.; Thomson, P.; Tzioumis, V.; Webster, J.; Wolfensohn, S.; Yeates, J.; Jones, B Using the Five Domains Model to Assess the Adverse Impacts of Husbandry, Veterinary, and Equitation Interventions on Horse Welfare. 2018 Animals 6606 8 41
McGreevy, P.D.; Harman, A.; McLean, A.; Hawson, L. Over-flexing the horse's neck: A modern equestrian obsession? 2010 Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research 6501 5 180-186
McGreevy, P.D.; McLean, A.N. Punishment in horse-training and the concept of ethical equitation 2009 Journal of Veterinary Behavior 6599 4 193-197
McGreevy, P.D.; McLean, A.N. Roles of learning theory and ethology in equitation 2007 Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research 4511 2 108-118
McGreevy, P.D.; McLean, A.N.; Warren-Smith, A.K.; Waran, N.; Goodwin, D. Defining the terms and processes associated with equitation 2005 Proceedings of the First International Equitation Science Symposium 4616 10-43
McGreevy, P.D.; Oddie, C.; Burton, F.L.; McLean, A.N. The horse–human dyad: Can we align horse training and handling activities with the equid social ethogram? 2009 The Veterinary Journal 5729 181 12-18
McLean, A.N. The mental processes of the horse and their consequences for training 2004 Animal Welfare Science Centre 4619