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Rørvang, M.V.; Nielsen, B.L.; McLean, A.N. Sensory Abilities of Horses and Their Importance for Equitation Science 2020 Frontiers in Veterinary Science 6634 7 633
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
McLean, A.N.; Christensen, J.W. The application of learning theory in horse training 2017 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 6597 190 18-27
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
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
McLean, A.N. 2003 The Truth About Horses 4531 48-49
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
McLean, A.N. Cognitive abilities -- the result of selective pressures on food acquisition? 2001 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 2907 71 241-258
McLean, A.N. Short-term spatial memory in the domestic horse 2004 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 403 85 93-105