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Equine Publications by Evelyn B. Hanggi, M.S., Ph.D. - Scientific Journals & Books

Hanggi, E. B. and Ingersoll, J.F. (2012). Lateral vision in horses: A behavioral investigation. Behavioural Processes, 91(1), 70-76. DOI: 10.1016/j.beproc.2012.05.009.
Hanggi, E. B. (2010). Short-term memory testing in domestic horses: experimental design plays a role. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 30(11), 618-624. DOI: 10.1016/j.jevs.2010.10.004.
Hanggi, E. B. (2010). Rotated object recognition in four domestic horses (Equus caballus). Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 30(4), 175-186. DOI: 10.1016/j.jevs.2010.02.003.
Hanggi, E. B. and Ingersoll, J. F. (2009). Stimulus discrimination by horses under scotopic conditions. Behavioural Processes, 82(1), 45-50. DOI:10.1016/j.beproc.2009.04.009.
Hanggi, E. B. and Ingersoll, J. F. (2009). Long-term memory for categories and concepts in horses (Equus caballus). Animal Cognition, 12(3), 451-462. DOI: 10.1007/s10071-008-0205-9.
Hanggi, E. B. (2009). Optimizing cognition and perception testing in horses using the Equine Research Training System™ and LCD multi-displays. Equine Research Foundation Publications, 2, 1-7.
Hanggi, E. B., Ingersoll, J. F., and Waggoner, T. L. (2007). Color vision in horses: Deficiencies identified using a pseudoisochromatic plate test. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 121(1), 65-72.
Hanggi, E. B. (2007). Evaluation of animal cognition testing methods. Equine Research Foundation Publications, 1, 1-5.
Hanggi, E. B. (2006). Equine cognition and perception: Understanding the horse. In: K. Fujita & S. Itakura (Eds.), Diversity of Cognition, 86-118, Japan.
Hanggi, E. B. (2005). The thinking horse: cognition and perception reviewed. In: Proceedings of the 51st American Association of Equine Practitioners Annual Convention, 51, 246-255, Seattle, WA.
Hanggi, E. B. (2003). Discrimination learning based on relative size concepts in horses (Equus caballus). Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 83(3), 201-213.
Hanggi, E. B. (2001). Can horses recognize pictures? In: Proceedings of the Third International Conference of Cognitive Science, 52-56. Beijing, China.
Hanggi, E. B. (1999). Interocular transfer in horses (Equus caballus). Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 19(8), 518-524.
Hanggi, E. B. (1999). Categorization learning in the horse (Equus caballus). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 113(3), 1-10.

Hanggi, E. B. (Book in progress). Equine Learning and Behaviour.

Equine Publications by Evelyn B. Hanggi, M.S., Ph.D. - General Periodicals

Hanggi, E. B. (2012). The thinking horse: Cognition and perception reviewed - Part 1. The Behavior Perspective. Society of Veterinary Behavior Technicians, 11(4).
Hanggi, E. B. (2012). Whole Horse Q&A: Sometimes spooky. Horse & Rider, L1(6), 20-21, June.
Hanggi, E. B. (2011). Whole Horse Q&A: Night vision. Horse & Rider, L(10), 16-17, October.
Hanggi, E. B. (2011). Hard science and soft skills. EQUUS, 402, 9-10, March.
Hanggi, E. B. (2011). Whole Horse Q&A: Spreading hay. Horse & Rider, L(6), 16-17, June.
Hanggi, E. B. (2010). Understanding the horse's point of view. EQUUS, 393, 21-22, June.
Hanggi, E. B. and Lesté-Lasserre, C. (2010). Study explores how horses view the world. The Horse, theHorse.com, Article #16513. Read it online.
Hanggi, E. B. (2009). Equine night vision. EQUUS, 385, 14-15, October.
Hanggi, E. B. and Lesté-Lasserre, C. (2009). Shedding light on equine night vision. The Horse, theHorse.com. Article #15068. Read it online.
Hanggi, E. B. (2008). Perfect recall. MyHorse.com - Featured story. Read it online.
Hanggi, E. B. (2008). Perfect recall. John Lyon's Perfect Horse, 40-43, September.
Hanggi, E. B. (2007). Think . . . and train . . . positively. Natural Horse Planet, 7, 40-45, March/April.
Hanggi, E. B. (2006). Incredible, edible rewards for your horse. MyHorse.com - Featured story. Read it online.
Hanggi, E. B. (2006). Incredible, edible rewards [training with positive reinforcement]. John Lyon's Perfect Horse, 11(11), 24-29.
Hanggi, E. B. (2006). The string. In: J. Canfield, M. Hansen, et al. (Eds.), Chicken Soup for the Horse Lover's Soul II, 99-103, Deerfield Beach: Health Communications.
Hanggi, E. B. (2006). Research and training: If you can think it you can train it. The Horse.com/Blood-Horse Publications, February, Article #6494.
Hanggi, E. B. (2004). B yëm dpokyc? (What's in focus?). Konny Mir, 3, 52-56. Russia.
Hanggi, E. B. (2003). Seeing eye to eye. HORSE, 73, 71-74.
Hanggi, E. B. (2003). Learning and riding vacations for horses and humans. Riding, 30.
Hanggi, E. B. (2003). Do you see what I see? Eyeing the world as horses do. The 2003 Canadian Horse Annual, 18-22.
Hanggi, E. B. (2003). Seeing eye to eye. Western Times, 14-24.
Hanggi, E. B. (2002). The horse's mind. Colonial Carriage and Driving, 2(2), 4-6. February.
Hanggi, E. B. (2001). Mind the horse's mind. Horse Illustrated, 25(11), 84-89. November.
Hanggi, E. B. (2000). Solitude, stalls, stress? Expect Stereotypies! SPCA Horse Power, Winter 2000, 17-21.
Hanggi, E. B. (2000). Don't settle for less: let your horse learn. Conquistador Magazine, 9(6), 12-16.
Hanggi, E. B. (2000). Close the communication gap. Horses USA 2001, 38-46.
Hanggi, E. B. (2000). Dispelling the myths: the eyes have it. The Horse Magazine, 17(3), 67-68. March. Australia.
Hanggi, E. B. (1999). The perfect pair. Horse Illustrated, 23(12), 20-22. December.
Hanggi, E. B. (1999). Horses kid around. Horse Illustrated, 23(11), 30-32. November.
Hanggi, E. B. (1999). Generalize for life. Horse Illustrated, 23(10), 22-23. October.
Hanggi, E. B. (1999). Are you lonesome tonight? Horse Illustrated, 23(9), 28-30. September.
Hanggi, E. B. (1999). Bonding with respect. Horse Illustrated, 23(8), 18-20. August.
Hanggi, E. B. (1999). Feeling groovy. Horse Illustrated, 23(7), 22-24. July.
Hanggi, E. B. (1999). Bad habits can stereotype. Horse Illustrated, 23(6), 20-22. June.
Hanggi, E. B. (1999). Two ways to look at it. Horse Illustrated, 23(5), 26-27. May.
Hanggi, E. B. (1998). The learning to learn phenomenon. Equine Behaviour: the Journal of the Equine Behaviour Forum, 39, 5-8.
Hanggi, E. B. (1997). The learning to learn phenomenon. Savvy: The International Journal of Parelli Natural Horsemanship, 2(2), 38-42.
Hanggi, E. B. (1997). Mice on the monkeybars: growing more intelligence through fun and play. Savvy: The International Journal of Parelli Natural Horsemanship, 2(2), 43.
Hanggi, E. B. (1996). Horse Intelligence. Parelli Natural Horsemanship, 1(3), 20-22.

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Marine Mammal Publications by Evelyn B. Hanggi, M.S., Ph.D. - Scientific Journals & Books

Hanggi, E. B., and Schusterman, R. J. (1995). Conditional discrimination learning in a captive male harbor seal (Phoca vitulina). In R. Kastelein, J. A. Thomas, and P. Nachtigall (Eds.), Sensory Systems in Aquatic Mammals (pp. 543-559). Holland: De Spil B. V. Woerden.
Hanggi, E. B., and Schusterman, R. J. (1994). Underwater acoustic displays and individual variation in male harbor seals (Phoca vitulina). Animal Behaviour, 48, 1275-1283.
Schusterman, R. J., Hanggi, E. B., and Gisiner, R. (1993). Remembering in California sea lions: Using priming cues to facilitate language-like performance. Animal Learning and Behavior, 21(4), 377-383.
Schusterman, R. J., Gisiner, R., Grimm, B. K., and Hanggi, E. B. (1993). Behavior control by exclusion and attempts at establishing semanticity in marine mammals using match-to-sample paradigms. In H. Roitblat, L. Herman, and P. Nachtigall (Eds.), Language and Communication; Comparative Perspectives (pp. 249-275). Hillsdale: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Hanggi, E. B. (1992). Underwater Acoustic Displays and Conditional Discrimination Learning by Harbor Seals (Phoca vitulina). Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Santa Cruz.
Hanggi, E. B. (1992). The importance of vocal cues in mother-pup recognition in a California sea lion. Marine Mammal Science, 8(4), 430-432.
Hanggi, E. B., and Schusterman, R. J. (1992). Underwater acoustic displays by male harbor seals (Phoca vitulina): Initial results. In J. A. Thomas, R. Kastelein, and A. Supin (Eds.), Marine Mammal Sensory Systems (pp. 449-457). New York: Plenum Publishing Corp.
Schusterman, R. J., Hanggi, E. B., and Gisiner, R. (1992). Acoustic signaling in mother-pup reunions, interspecies bonding, and affiliation by kinship in California sea lions (Zalophus californianus). In J. A. Thomas, R. Kastelein, and A. Supin (Eds.), Marine Mammal Sensory Systems (pp. 533-551). New York: Plenum Publishing Corp.
Schusterman, R. J., Gisiner, R., and Hanggi, E. B. (1992). Imprinting and other aspects of pinniped/human interactions. In H. Davis and D. Balfour (Eds.), The Inevitable Bond (pp. 334-356). New York: Cambridge University Press.
Hanggi, E. B., and Schusterman, R. J. (1990). Kin recognition in captive California sea lions (Zalophus californianus). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 104(4), 368-372.
Gisiner, R., Schusterman, R. J., and Hanggi, E. B. (1988). Mother-pup social bonding in the California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) at San Nicolas Island: Initial results. In Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Mugu Lagoon/San Nicolas Island Ecological Research Symposium (pp. 181-200). Point Mugu, California.
Hanggi, E. B., Jeffries, M., Gisiner, R., and Schusterman, R. J. (1986). Facilitation of learning through imprinting in a captive-born sea lion pup. In B. Stevens (Ed.), Proceedings of the International Marine Animal Trainers Association 14th Annual Conference, October 27-31, Vancouver, B. C.: Vancouver Aquarium.

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Equine Research Foundation Articles: Other Writers

Clarkson, N. (2012). Understanding horse intelligence. Horsetalk.co.nz, Oct, 2012.
Andrews, M. (2009). Night vision in horses. Equine Science Update, Autumn.
Barakat, C., and McCluskey, M. (2009). Your horse's remarkable long-term memory, EQUUS, May, 380, 16.
Fischer, N. (2009). Denksport, Reiter Revue International, 5, 19-21.
Lesté-Lasserre, C. (2009). Research sheds light on equine long-term memory. The Horse, theHorse.com. Article # 13642. Read it online.
Huddleston, J. (2008). Equine IQ. HorseCare Magazine, Feb/Mar, 11-15.
Caudill, A. (2007). On the couch. The American Quarter Horse Racing Journal, 19(8), 30-33.
Caudill, A. (2007). Ain't misbehavin'. America's Horse, 10(1), 40-43.
Andrews, M. (2007). What colours do horses see? Equine Science Update, Autumn, 4.
Keyser, T. (2007). Do horses have more than just hay on their minds? Times Union, New York, August 12, 1.
Keyser, T. (2007). Question of equine intelligence gets put to the test. www.timesunion.com, August.
Gohl, C. (2007). Intelligenztests für Pferde. Pegasus Das Pferdemagazin, January, 26-30.
Emslie, T. (2007). Eye openers. John Lyon's Perfect Horse, 12(2), 32-37.
Sullivan, J. (2006). The carrot or the stick? John Lyon's Perfect Horse, 11(10), 26-29.
Kauffmann, S. (2006). What horses see. Western Horse Review, Feb, 36-40.
West, C. (2006). AAEP Convention 2005: Equine learning ability. www.theHorse.com/Blood-Horse Publications, February, Article #6494.
Baechler, M. (2006). Animal science. Ride!, 32, January.
West, C. (2005). Equine behavior: AAEP wrap-up. The Horse, March, 34-36.
Sharples, J. (2005). When bonding goes bad. Horse, July, 80-83.
Corkery, J. (2004). Minding Myths: The truth about equine behavior. Horse and Rider, 43(4), 85-88.
Apfel, K. (2002). Cross-train the brain. Horse-Canada, 1(6), 30-31.
Apfel, K. (2002). The brain below the mane. Horse-Canada, 1(5), 40-41.
Hoffmann, C. (2002). Lass mal sehen. Cavallo, 7, 152-159.
Sharples, J. (2002). Smarter than you think! Horse, May, 36-39.
Hoffmann, C. (2001). Geistes-Wissenschaft. Cavallo, 10, 12-27.
McDonnell, S. (2001). The thinking horse. The Horse: Your Guide to Equine Health Care, 18(12), 51-52.
Moses, T. (2001). Do the right thing: Presents with some purpose. Metro Santa Cruz, 8 (30), 22.
Schedel-Stupperich, A. (2000). Und sie denken doch! Pegasus Pferdemagazin, May, 74-75.
Muller, K. (1998). Stute Ellie lernt mit Schaufel, Schippe, und Ball. Neue Presse, 152(27), 23.
Page, D. (1998). Doing good on vacation. Horse Illustrated, 22(2), 69-71.
Pottenger, D. (1998). How intelligent is your horse? Horse Magazine, July, 6-10.
Pottenger, D. (1998). Sense and Sensibility. Horse Illustrated, 22(11), 48-55.
Ingersoll, J. F. (1997). In living color: seeing the world as your horse sees it. Savvy: The International Journal of Parelli Natural Horsemanship, 2(1), 46-47.
James, H. (1997). Horse Play. The London Sunday Times, July, 4-5.
Muller, K. (1997). Die achtmal Klugen. Cavallo, 1, 86-87.
Muller, K. (1997). Wenn die Arbeit mit dem Pferd zum Spiel wird. Pegasus, May, 32-35.
Bloch, N. (1996). Horse Sense. Earthwatch, March/April, 27-33.

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Television, Internet and Radio Programs Featuring the Foundation

Extraordinary Animals: The Bravest Horse. (2008) JCA tv.
The Horse Show with Rick Lamb. (2007) Episode 112.
Animal Planet Television Show. (2002). Most Extreme: Thinkers.
BBC Television Documentary. (2000). Clever Dicks.
Discovery Channel Television Documentary. (1998). Ultimate Guide: Horses.
Debbie Moors. On EquiSearch. (2003). Testing Equine Intelligence.
Wes Alwan. On VetCentric.com: Animal Healthcare on the Web. (2000). Exploring the Equine Mind: Researchers Study Cognitive Abilities of Horses.
On Discovery Channel Online Creature of the Week (2000). Horse Sense.
Tamar Simon. On The Ultimate Guide on the Discovery Channel Website. (1999). The Brain Under the Mane.
The Horse Show with Rick Lamb. (1998). Equine Research Foundation.

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