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Amici, F.; Widdig, A.; Lehmann, J.; Majolo, B. A meta-analysis of interindividual differences in innovation 2019 Animal Behaviour 6589 155 257-268 details   doi
Bernauer, K.; Kollross, H.; Schuetz, A.; Farmer, K.; Krueger, K. How do horses (Equus caballus) learn from observing human action? 2019 Animal Cognition 6590 details   doi
Broekhuis, F.; Madsen, E.K.; Keiwua, K.; Macdonald, D.W. Using GPS collars to investigate the frequency and behavioural outcomes of intraspecific interactions among carnivores: A case study of male cheetahs in the Maasai Mara, Kenya 2019 Plos One 6562 14 e0213910 details   doi
Broekhuis, F.; Madsen, E.K.; Klaassen, B. Predators and pastoralists: how anthropogenic pressures inside wildlife areas influence carnivore space use and movement behaviour 2019 Animal Conservation 6522 details   doi
Burke, C.; Rashman, M.; Wich, S.; Symons, A.; Theron, C.; Longmore, S. Optimizing observing strategies for monitoring animals using drone-mounted thermal infrared cameras 2019 International Journal of Remote Sensing 6528 40 439-467 details   doi
d'Ingeo, S.; Quaranta, A.; Siniscalchi, M.; Stomp, M.; Coste, C.; Bagnard, C.; Hausberger, M.; Cousillas, H. Horses associate individual human voices with the valence of past interactions: a behavioural and electrophysiological study 2019 Scientific Reports 6582 9 11568 details   doi
Edwards, K.L.; Bansiddhi, P.; Paris, S.; Galloway, M.; Brown, J.L. The development of an immunoassay to measure immunoglobulin A in Asian elephant feces, saliva, urine and serum as a potential biomarker of well-being 2019 Conservation Physiology 6591 7 details   doi
Esch, L.; Wöhr, C.; Erhard, M.; Krueger, K. Horses� (Equus Caballus) Laterality, Stress Hormones, and Task Related Behavior in Innovative Problem-Solving 2019 Animals 6570 9 265 details   doi
Giljov, A.; Karenina, K. Differential roles of the right and left brain hemispheres in the social interactions of a free-ranging ungulate 2019 Behavioural Processes 6587 168 103959 details   doi
Giljov, A.; Malashichev, Y.; Karenina, K. What do wild saiga antelopes tell us about the relative roles of the two brain hemispheres in social interactions? 2019 Animal Cognition 6569 details   doi
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