Bruce Schulte

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Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY, United States 
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Wisniewska M, Freeman EW, Schulte BA. (2015) Behavioural patterns among female African Savannah Elephants: The role of age, lactational status, and sex of the nursing calf Behaviour. 152: 1719-1744
York CA, Schulte BA. (2014) The relationship of dominance, reproductive state and stress in female horses (Equus caballus). Behavioural Processes. 107: 15-21
Freeman EW, Meyer JM, Adendorff J, et al. (2014) Scraping behavior of black rhinoceros is related to age and fecal gonadal metabolite concentrations Journal of Mammalogy. 95: 340-348
Goodwin TE, Broederdorf LJ, Burkert BA, et al. (2012) Chemical signals of elephant musth: temporal aspects of microbially-mediated modifications. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 38: 81-7
Castelda SM, Napora ES, Nasseri NA, et al. (2011) Diurnal co-occurrence of African elephants and other mammals at a Tanzanian waterhole African Journal of Ecology. 49: 250-252
Nasseri NA, Mcbrayer LD, Schulte BA. (2011) The impact of tree modification by African elephant (Loxodonta africana) on herpetofaunal species richness in northern Tanzania African Journal of Ecology. 49: 133-140
Freeman EW, Meyer JM, Putman S, et al. (2011) Using a simplified field progestagen method to assess ovarian activity in female African elephants Biological Conservation. 144: 2105-2111
Freeman EW, Schulte BA, Brown JL. (2010) Investigating the impact of rank and ovarian activity on the social behavior of captive female African elephants Zoo Biology. 29: 154-167
Freeman EW, Schulte BA, Brown JL. (2010) Using behavioral observations and keeper questionnaires to assess social relationships among captive female African elephants Zoo Biology. 29: 140-153
Loizi H, Goodwin TE, Rasmussen LEL, et al. (2009) Sexual dimorphism in the performance of chemosensory investigatory behaviours by African elephants (Loxodonta africana) Behaviour. 146: 373-392
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