Kristina M. Horback


  1. Horback, K., Pierdon, M., and Parsons, T. (in press). Behavioral preference for enrichment type in group housed gestating sows. Applied Animal Behavior Science.
  2. Horback, K. and Parsons, T. (2016). Temporal stability of personality traits in group-housed gestating sows. Animal, 1-9.
  3. Hacker, C., Horback, K., and Miller, L. (2015). GPS technology as a proxy tool for determining relationships in social animals: An example with African elephants. Applied Animal Behavior Science, 163, 175-182.
  4. Horback, K., Miller, L., Andrews, J., and Kuczaj, S. (2014). Daytime versus nighttime activity budgets of zoo African elephants. Zoo Biology, 33, 403-410.
  5. Horback, K. (2014). Nosing around: Play in pigs. Animal Behavior and Cognition, 1, 186-196.
  6. Horback, K., Miller, L., and Kuczaj, S. (2013). Personality assessment in African elephants: Consistency over time. Applied Animal Behavior Science, 149, 55-62.
  7. Horback, K., Muraco, H., and Kuczaj, S. (2012). Variations in interspecific social behavior throughout the estrous cycle of a killer whale. Aquatic Mammals, 38, 428-434.
  8. Horback, K., Miller, L., Andrews, J., Kuczaj, S., and Anderson, M. (2012). The effects of GPS collars on African elephant behavior. Applied Animal Behavior Science, 142, 76-81.