Farmer, Kate and Konstanze, Krueger and Byrne, Richard W.
Visual laterality in the domestic horse (Equus caballus) interacting with humans.
Animal Cognition 13, pp. 229-238.
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Most horses have a side on which they are easier to
handle and a direction they favour when working on a
circle, and recent studies have suggested a correlation
between emotion and visual laterality when horses
observe inanimate objects. As such lateralisation
could provide important clues regarding the horse’s
cognitive processes, we investigated whether horses
also show laterality in ...
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