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M, E.; östl,.; Messmann, S.; Bagu, E.; Robia, C.; Palme, R. Measurement of Glucocorticoid Metabolite Concentrations in Faeces of Domestic Livestock 1999 Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series A 6043 46 621-631
Sebastiano, M.; Eens, M.; Angelier, F.; Pineau, K.; Chastel, O.; Costantini, D. Corticosterone, inflammation, immune status and telomere length in frigatebird nestlings facing a severe herpesvirus infection 2017 Conservation Physiology 6042 5 cow073-cow073
Siniscalchi, M.; Padalino, B.; Lusito, R.; Quaranta, A. Is the left forelimb preference indicative of a stressful situation in horses? 2014 Behavioural Processes 6041 107 61-67
Karenina, K.; Giljov, A.; Ingram, J.; Rowntree, V.J.; Malashichev, Y. Lateralization of mother–infant interactions in a diverse range of mammal species 2017 Nature Ecology & Evolution 6040 1 0030 Ep -
Munksgaard, L.; DePassillé, A.M.; Rushen, J.; Herskin, M.S.; Kristensen, A.M. Dairy cows' fear of people: social learning, milk yield and behaviour at milking 2001 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 6039 73 15-26
Figueroa, J.; Solà-Oriol, D.; Manteca, X.; Pérez, J.F. Social learning of feeding behaviour in pigs: Effects of neophobia and familiarity with the demonstrator conspecific 2013 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 6038 148 120-127
Ringhofer, M.; Yamamoto, S. Domestic horses send signals to humans when they face with an unsolvable task 2016 Animal Cognition 6037 1-9
Boogert, N.J.; Reader, S.M.; Hoppitt, W.; Laland, K.N. The origin and spread of innovations in starlings 2008 Animal Behaviour 6036 75 1509-1518
Day, R.L.; Coe, R.L.; Kendal, J.R.; Laland, K.N. Neophilia, innovation and social learning: a study of intergeneric differences in callitrichid monkeys 2003 Animal Behaviour 6035 65 559-571
Yorke, J.; Nugent, W.; Strand, E.; Bolen, R.; New, J.; Davis, C. Equine-assisted therapy and its impact on cortisol levels of children and horses: a pilot study and meta-analysis 2013 Early Child Development and Care 6034 183 874-894