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Dollman Jg, A new race of wild ass from the Sudan, Asinus asinus dianae 1935 1020 132-135 details   openurl
Arakawa, H.; Arakawa, K.; Blanchard, D.C.; Blanchard, R.J. A new test paradigm for social recognition evidenced by urinary scent marking behavior in C57BL/6J mice 2008 Behavioural Brain Research 4639 190 97-104 details   doi
Hebenbrock, M.; Due, M.; Holzhausen, H.; Sass, A.; Stadler, P.; Ellendorff, F. A new tool to monitor training and performance of sport horses using global positioning system (GPS) with integrated GSM capabilities 2005 DTW. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 4035 112 262-265 details   openurl
Kuhne, F.; Struwe, R.; Balzer, H.U. A new, non-invasive method to assess specific strain in horses 2008 IESM 2008 4465 details   pdf openurl
van Breda, E. A non-natural head-neck position (rollkur) during training results in less acute stress in elite trained dressage horses 2006 Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 5639 9 59-64 details   doi
Baltic, M.; Jenni-Eiermann, S.; Arlettaz, R.; Palme, R. A noninvasive technique to evaluate human-generated stress in the black grouse 2005 Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 4080 1046 81-95 details   doi
van Breda, E. A nonnatural head-neck position (Rollkur) during training results in less acute stress in elite, trained, dressage horses 2006 Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science : JAAWS 3710 9 59-64 details   doi
Virányi, Z.; Topál, J.; Miklósi, Á.; Csányi, V. A nonverbal test of knowledge attribution: a comparative study on dogs and children 2006 Animal Cognition 2486 9 13-26 details   doi
Ninomiya, S.; Sato, S.; Kusunose, R.; Mitumasu, T.; Obara, Y. A note on a behavioural indicator of satisfaction in stabled horses 2007 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 281 106 184-189 details   doi
Gorecka, A.; Golonka, M.; Chruszczewski, M.; Jezierski, T. A note on behaviour and heart rate in horses differing in facial hair whorl 2007 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 460 105 244-248 details   doi
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