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Vidament. M Laterality and emotions : behavioural response to an approach of a novel object by young ridden horses. 2015 Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting 5905 details   pdf isbn
van Dierendonck, M. “Out of the box” – innovations and new developments in social housing for horses 2015 Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting 5817 details   isbn
Takaoka, A.; Maeda, T.; Hori, Y.; Fujita, K. Do dogs follow behavioral cues from an unreliable human? 2015 Animal Cognition 5888 18 475-483 details   doi
Siniscalchi, M.; Padalino, B.; Aubé, L.; Quaranta, A. Right-nostril use during sniffing at arousing stimuli produces higher cardiac activity in jumper horses 2015 Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 6208 20 483-500 details   doi
Seyfarth, R.M.; Cheney, D.L. Social cognition 2015 Animal Behaviour 6025 103 191-202 details   doi
Rørvang, M.V.; Ahrendt, L.P.; Christensen, J.W. A trained demonstrator has a calming effect on naïve horses when crossing a novel surface 2015 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 5922 171 117-120 details   doi
Rørvang, M.V.; Ahrendt, L.P.; Christensen, J.W. Horses fail to use social learning when solving spatial detour tasks 2015 Animal Cognition 6130 18 847-854 details   doi
Rubenstein, D. Social Networks: Linking Form with Function in Equid Societies 2015 Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting 5797 details   pdf isbn
Rubenstein D.I. Networks of terrestrial ungulates: linking form and function 2015 Animal Social Networks 5884 details   openurl
Rogers, L. Laterality in domestic and feral horses 2015 Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting 5801 details   isbn
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