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Baum, M.J. Mammalian animal models of psychosexual differentiation: when is 'translation' to the human situation possible? 2006 Hormones and Behavior 4190 50 579-588
Berger, J. Induced abortion and social factors in wild horses 1983 Nature 4365 303 59-61
Brennan, P.A. The nose knows who's who: chemosensory individuality and mate recognition in mice 2004 Hormones and Behavior 4191 46 231-240
de Waal, F.B. Bonobo sex and society 1995 Scientific American 206 272 82-88
McComb, K.; Clutton-Brock, T. Is mate choice copying or aggregation responsible for skewed distributions of females on leks? 1994 Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society 1823 255 13-19
Parish, A.R.; De Waal, F.B. The other “closest living relative”. How bonobos (Pan paniscus) challenge traditional assumptions about females, dominance, intra- and intersexual interactions, and hominid evolution 2000 Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 189 907 97-113
Stahlbaum, C.C.; Houpt, K.A. The role of the Flehmen response in the behavioral repertoire of the stallion 1989 Physiology & behavior 44 45 1207-1214
Villani, M.; Cairoli, F.; Kindahl, H.; Galeati, G.; Faustini, M.; Carluccio, A.; Veronesi, M.C. Effects of mating on plasma concentrations of testosterone, cortisol, oestrone sulphate and 15-ketodihydro-PGF2alpha in stallions 2006 Reproduction in Domestic Animals = Zuchthygiene 1855 41 544-548