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Lea, S. and Osthaus, B. (2018) In what sense are dogs special? canine cognition in comparative context. Learning & Behavior, 46 (4). pp. 335-363. ISSN 1543-4508.


Osthaus, B. (2019) A-not-B error. In: Vonk, J. and Shackelford, T., eds. Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior. Springer. ISBN 9783319550640 (In Press)

Osthaus, B. (2016) Dogs are stupid - what science knows about dog intelligence. In: Science Department Research Talk, Middlesex University, 05 May 2016, Middlesex University, Hendon.

Osthaus, B., Proops, L., Hocking, I. and Burden, F. (2013) Spatial cognition and perseveration by horses, donkeys and mules in a simple A-not-B detour task. Animal Cognition, 16 (2). pp. 301-305. ISSN 1435-9448.

Osthaus, B., Proops, L., Long, S., Bell, N., Hayday, K. and Burden, F. (2018) Weathering the weather: effects of the environment on donkey, mule and horse welfare. In: UFAW Animal Welfare Conference - Recent Advances in Animal Welfare Science VI, 26th June, 2018, Newcastle.


Spruin, E. (2015) Pets in the courtroom. [Audio]

Spruin, E., Holt, N., Fernandez, A. and Franz, A. (2016) The use of dogs in the courtroom. In: Klein, A., ed. Crime and Criminal Behaviour. Nova Science Publishers.. pp. 1-16 ISBN 9781634855808

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