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Bottom, S.H. Age-related changes in taste and gustatory response and feeding behaviour in the stabled horse 6636 details   url
Jankunis, E.S.; Whishaw, I.Q. Sucrose Bobs and Quinine Gapes: Horse (Equus caballus) responses to taste support phylogenetic similarity in taste reactivity 2013 Behavioural Brain Research 6635 256 284-290 details   doi
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 details   doi
Houpt, K.; Marrow, M.; Seeliger, M. A preliminary study of the effect of music on equine behavior 2000 Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 6633 20 691-737 details   doi
Stachurska, A.; Janczarek, I.; Wilk, I.; Kedzierski, W. Does Music Influence Emotional State in Race Horses? 2015 Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 6632 35 650-656 details   doi
Baragli, P.; Scopa, C.; Maglieri, V.; Palagi, E. If horses had toes: demonstrating mirror self recognition at group level in Equus caballus 2021 Animal Cognition 6631 details   doi
Visser, E.K.; Ellis, A.D.; Van Reenen, C.G. The effect of two different housing conditions on the welfare of young horses stabled for the first time 2008 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 6630 114 521-533 details   doi
Stomp, M.; d'Ingeo, S.; Henry, S.; Cousillas, H.; Hausberger, M. Brain activity reflects (chronic) welfare state: Evidence from individual electroencephalography profiles in an animal model 2021 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 6629 236 105271 details   doi
Stomp, M.; d'Ingeo, S.; Henry, S.; Cousillas, H.; Hausberger, M. Brain activity reflects (chronic) welfare state: Evidence from individual electroencephalography profiles in an animal model 2021 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 6628 236 105271 details   doi
McBride, S.D.; Parker, M.O.; Roberts, K.; Hemmings, A. Applied neurophysiology of the horse; implications for training, husbandry and welfare 2017 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 6627 190 90-101 details   doi
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