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The Hearing Ability of Horses

@inproceedings{Heffner2007TheHA,
  title={The Hearing Ability of Horses},
  author={Henry E. Heffner and D. Ph. and Rickye S. Heffner},
  year={2007}
}
In the course of comparative studies of Testing mammalian hearing, we have recently begun to examine the hearing abilities of horses.' There are several standard behavioral proOur choice of horses as subjects for auditory cedures currently used to determine the research was based on theoretical considerhearing abilities of mammals.' The proceations related to their size as well as to the dure which we used here is known as a "go1 fact that the auditory abilities of Perissono-go" procedure in… 

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