Defining the terms and processes associated with equitation

PD McGreevy, AN McLean, Amanda Warren-Smith, N Warran, D Goodwin

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Abstract

That said, it is possible toquantify acute and chronic stress through the measurement of heart rate andcorticosteroid concentrations.The glossary and definitions offered below will be presented at the FirstInternational Equitation Science Symposium and remain a living document thatcan be reviewed by subsequent symposia and downloaded from a nominatedweb-site. Underlined words have separate entries in this glossary.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationISES
Place of PublicationMelbourne
PublisherAustralian Equine Behaviour Centre, Clonbinane, Broadford, VIC 3569, Australia
ISBN (Electronic)097568762X
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Event1st International Equitation Science Symposium - Melbourne, Australia
Duration: 26 Aug 200527 Aug 2005

Conference

Conference1st International Equitation Science Symposium
CountryAustralia
Period26/08/0527/08/05

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    McGreevy, PD., McLean, AN., Warren-Smith, A., Warran, N., & Goodwin, D. (2005). Defining the terms and processes associated with equitation. In ISES Australian Equine Behaviour Centre, Clonbinane, Broadford, VIC 3569, Australia.