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Lähdeviitteet hevosen eleet ja ilmeet -luennolle:

Hevos

Hevosen silmien ilmeestä: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fvets.2019.00154/full
https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0164017

https://www.equitopiacenter.com/videos/recognizing-facial-expressions-of-a-horse-in-pain-part-three-of-a-four-part-series/
https://www.equitopiacenter.com/videos/recognizing-subtle-lameness-part-one-of-a-four-part-series/
Dyson, S., Berger, J., Ellis, A., Mullard, J. Can the presence of musculoskeletal pain be determined from the facial expressions of ridden horses (FEReq)? J. Vet. Behav.: Clin. Appl.

Dyson, S., Berger, J., Ellis, A., Mullard, J. Development of an ethogram for a pain scoring system in ridden horses and its application to determine the presence of musculoskeletal pain.

Dyson, S., Berger, J., Ellis, A., Mullard, J. Behavioural observations and comparisons of non-lame horses and lame horses before and after resolution of lameness by diagnostic analgesia. 

Dyson, S., Van Dijk, K. Application of a ridden horse ethogram to video recordings of lame horses before and after diagnostic analgesia. 

Greve, L., Dyson, S. The interrelationship of lameness, saddle slip and back shape in the general sports horse population.

Mullard, J., Berger, J., Ellis, A., Dyson, S. Development of an ethogram to describe facial expressions in ridden horses (FEReq).

Van Loon, JPA et al: Objective pain assessment in horses (2014–2018)

J.C. de Grauw, J.P.A.M. van Loon: Systematic pain assessment in horses

Dalla Costa ym.: Can grimace scales estimate the pain status in horses and mice? A statistical approach to identify a classifier.

Johannes P.A.M. van Loon ym.: Monitoring acute equine visceral pain with the Equine Utrecht University Scale for Composite Pain Assessment (EQUUS-COMPASS) and the Equine Utrecht University Scale for Facial Assessment of Pain (EQUUS-FAP): A scale-construction study

Gleerup et al.: An equine pain face.

Dalla Costa, E, Minero, M, Lebelt, D et al. Development of the Horse Grimace Scale (HGS) as a pain assessment tool in horses undergoing routine castration.

Graubner, C, Gerber, V, Doherr, M et al. Clinical application and reliability of a post abdominal surgery pain assessment scale (PASPAS) in horses.

Sutton, GA, Paltiel, O, Soffer, M et al. Validation of two behaviour-based pain scales for horses with acute colic.
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    (Lesimple ym. 2012)