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Effect of different head and neck positions on behaviour, heart rate variability and cortisol levels in lunged Royal Dutch Sport horses

(2014) VETERINARY JOURNAL. 202(1). p.26-32
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Cortisol, Equine welfare, Behaviour, Head-and-neck position, Heart rate variability, Rollkur, WARMBLOOD RIDING HORSES, PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPONSES, ANTICIPATORY BEHAVIOR, MODERATE EXERCISE, DRESSAGE HORSES, PLASMA-CORTISOL, EQUUS-CABALLUS, ACUTE STRESS, WELFARE, PARAMETERS

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Smiet, E, Machteld van Dierendonck, J Sleutjens, et al. “Effect of Different Head and Neck Positions on Behaviour, Heart Rate Variability and Cortisol Levels in Lunged Royal Dutch Sport Horses.” VETERINARY JOURNAL 202.1 (2014): 26–32. Print.
APA
Smiet, E., van Dierendonck, M., Sleutjens, J., Menheere, P., van Breda, E., de Boer, D., Back, W., et al. (2014). Effect of different head and neck positions on behaviour, heart rate variability and cortisol levels in lunged Royal Dutch Sport horses. VETERINARY JOURNAL, 202(1), 26–32.
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Smiet, E, Machteld van Dierendonck, J Sleutjens, PPCA Menheere, E van Breda, D de Boer, Willem Back, ID Wijnberg, and JH van der Kolk. 2014. “Effect of Different Head and Neck Positions on Behaviour, Heart Rate Variability and Cortisol Levels in Lunged Royal Dutch Sport Horses.” Veterinary Journal 202 (1): 26–32.
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Smiet, E, Machteld van Dierendonck, J Sleutjens, PPCA Menheere, E van Breda, D de Boer, Willem Back, ID Wijnberg, and JH van der Kolk. 2014. “Effect of Different Head and Neck Positions on Behaviour, Heart Rate Variability and Cortisol Levels in Lunged Royal Dutch Sport Horses.” Veterinary Journal 202 (1): 26–32.
Vancouver
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Smiet E, van Dierendonck M, Sleutjens J, Menheere P, van Breda E, de Boer D, et al. Effect of different head and neck positions on behaviour, heart rate variability and cortisol levels in lunged Royal Dutch Sport horses. VETERINARY JOURNAL. 2014;202(1):26–32.
IEEE
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E. Smiet et al., “Effect of different head and neck positions on behaviour, heart rate variability and cortisol levels in lunged Royal Dutch Sport horses,” VETERINARY JOURNAL, vol. 202, no. 1, pp. 26–32, 2014.
@article{5834466,
  author       = {Smiet, E and van Dierendonck, Machteld and Sleutjens, J and Menheere, PPCA and van Breda, E and de Boer, D and Back, Willem and Wijnberg, ID and van der Kolk, JH},
  issn         = {1090-0233},
  journal      = {VETERINARY JOURNAL},
  keywords     = {Cortisol,Equine welfare,Behaviour,Head-and-neck position,Heart rate variability,Rollkur,WARMBLOOD RIDING HORSES,PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPONSES,ANTICIPATORY BEHAVIOR,MODERATE EXERCISE,DRESSAGE HORSES,PLASMA-CORTISOL,EQUUS-CABALLUS,ACUTE STRESS,WELFARE,PARAMETERS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {26--32},
  title        = {Effect of different head and neck positions on behaviour, heart rate variability and cortisol levels in lunged Royal Dutch Sport horses},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tvjl.2014.07.005},
  volume       = {202},
  year         = {2014},
}

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