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Ringhofer, M.; Yamamoto, S. Erratum to: Domestic horses send signals to humans when they are faced with an unsolvable task 2017 Animal Cognition 6135 20 407-407
Riede, T.; Herzel, H.; Mehwald, D.; Seidner, W.; Trumler, E.; Böhme, G. Nonlinear phenomena in the natural howling of a dog-wolf mix 2000 J Acoust Soc Am 6484 108
Richards, D.G.; Wiley, R.H. Reverberations and Amplitude Fluctuations in the Propagation of Sound in a Forest: Implications for Animal Communication 2008 Am Nat 6485 115
Rhodin, M.; Johnston, C.; Holm, K.R.; Wennerstrand, J.; Drevemo, S. The influence of head and neck position on kinematics of the back in riding horses at the walk and trot 2005 Equine Veterinary Journal 3657 37 7-11
Reader, S.M.; Laland, K.N. Animal Innovation 2009 6381
Reader, S.M. Innovation and social learning: individual variation and brain evolution 2003 Animal Biology (formerly Netherlands Journal of Zoology) 3395 53 147-158
Range, F.; Virányi, Z. Wolves are better imitators of conspecifics than dogs 2014 PLoS One 6246 9
Range, F.; Möslinger, H.; Virányi, Z. Domestication has not affected the understanding of means-end connections in dogs 2012 Anim Cogn 6322 15
Quaresmini, C.; Forrester, G.S.; Spiezio, C.; Vallortigara, G. Social environment elicits lateralized behaviors in gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) and chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) 2014 Journal of Comparative Psychology 6396 128 276-284
Proops, L.; Grounds, K.; Smith, A.V.; McComb, K. Animals Remember Previous Facial Expressions that Specific Humans Have Exhibited 2018 Current Biology 6394 28 1428-1432.e4