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Tebbich, S.; Taborsky, M.; Fessl, B.; Blomqvist, D. Do woodpecker finches acquire tool-use by social learning? 2001 Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 5914 268 2189-2193 details   doi
Gonyou, H.W. Why the study of animal behavior is associated with the animal welfare issue 1994 Journal of Animal Science 2931 72 2171-2177 details   url
Houpt Ka, H.T. Social and illumination preferences of mares 1988 1201 66 2159-2164 details   openurl
Ginther, O.J.; Lara, A.; Leoni, M.; Bergfelt, D.R. Herding and snaking by the harem stallion in domestic herds 2002 Theriogenology 4516 57 2139-2146 details   openurl
Biro, D.; Sumpter, D.J.T.; Meade, J.; Guilford, T. From Compromise to Leadership in Pigeon Homing 2006 Current Biology 2026 16 2123-2128 details   doi
Tan, H.; Wilson, A.M. Grip and limb force limits to turning performance in competition horses 2011 Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 5701 278 2105-2111 details   url
da Costa, A.P.; Leigh, A.E.; Man, M.-S.; Kendrick, K.M. Face pictures reduce behavioural, autonomic, endocrine and neural indices of stress and fear in sheep 2004 Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences 5354 271 2077-2084 details   doi
Pennisi, E. Are out primate cousins 'conscious'? 1999 Science (New York, N.Y.) 2843 284 2073-2076 details   openurl
Davis, S.L.; Cheeke, P.R. Do domestic animals have minds and the ability to think? A provisional sample of opinions on the question 1998 Journal of Animal Science 2930 76 2072-2079 details   url
Brennan, P.A.; Kendrick, K.M. Mammalian social odours: attraction and individual recognition 2006 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 4334 361 2061-2078 details   doi
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