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Rendall, D.; Seyfarth, R.M.; Cheney, D.L.; Owren, M.J. The meaning and function of grunt variants in baboons 1999 Animal Behaviour. 696 57 583-592
Robinson, I.H. The human-horse relationship: how much do we know? 1999 Equine Veterinary Journal. Supplement 4361 42-45
Rogers, C.W.; Davies, A.S.; Pfeiffer, D.U.; Davie, P.S. Linear and temporal stride characteristics of 3-day event horses at a CCI*** 3-day event horse inspection 1999 New Zealand Veterinary Journal 3714 47 193-197
Ruggieri, V. The running horse stops: the hypothetical role of the eyes in imagery of movement 1999 Perceptual and motor skills 94 89 1088-1092
Santos, L.R.; Hauser, M.D. How monkeys see the eyes: cotton-top tamarins' reaction to changes in visual attention and action 1999 Animal Cognition 3221 2 131-139
Sara J. Shettleworth Female mate choice in swordtails and mollies: symmetry assessment or Weber's law? 1999 Animal Behaviour. 374 58 1139-1142
Sayigh, L.S.; Tyack, P.L.; Wells, R.S.; Solow, A.R.; Scott, M.D.; Irvine, A.B. Individual recognition in wild bottlenose dolphins: a field test using playback experiments 1999 Animal Behaviour. 767 57 41-50
Silk, J.B. Male bonnet macaques use information about third-party rank relationships to recruit allies 1999 Animal Behaviour. 2870 58 45-51
Slagsvold, T.; Viljugrein, H. Mate choice copying versus preference for actively displaying males by female pied flycatchers 1999 Animal Behaviour. 1810 57 679-686
Smith, S.; Goldman, L. Color discrimination in horses 1999 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 850 62 13-25