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Conway, J and Newman, I (2017) Delivering Specialist Study Skills Tutorials via Remote Working Tools (RWTs). An Investigation of Specialist Study Skills Tutors’ Views. Journal of Neurodiversity in Higher Education, 3. pp. 34-56. ISSN none

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Hemmings, A, McBride, S, Parker, M and Roberts, K (2017) Applied neurophysiology of the horse; implications for training, husbandry and welfare. Applied Animal Science. pp. 90-101.

Huston, S and Jadevicius, A (2017) How long is UK property cycle? Journal of Property Investment & Finance. pp. 410-426.

Huston, S and Jadevicius, A (2017) How long is UK property cycle? Journal of Property Investment & Finance, 35 (4). pp. 410-426. ISSN 1463-578X

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Jadevicius, A, Butler, A, Huston, S and Baum, A (2017) Two centuries of farmland prices in England. Journal of Property Research, 2018, 35 (1). pp. 72-94.

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Kaluzi, L, Thierfelder, C and Hopkins, D (2017) Smallholder Farmer Innovation and Contexts in Maize-Based Conservation Agriculture Systems in Central Malawi. Sustainable Agriculture Research. ISSN 1927-050X

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Maye, D, Enticott, G and Naylor, R (2017) Using scenario-based influence mapping to examine farmers’ biosecurity behaviour. Land Use Policy. (In Press)

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Swallow, K and Goodenough, AE (2017) Double-edged effect? Impact of dual edge proximity on the distribution of ancient woodland indicator plant species in a fragmented habitat. Community Ecology, 18 (1). pp. 31-36. ISSN 1585-8553

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Topolansky Barbe, F, Von Dewitz, P and Gonzalez Triay, M (2017) Understanding Consumer Behaviour to Develop Competitive Advantage: A Case Study Exploring the Attitudes of German Consumers towards Fruits with Cosmetic Flaws. International journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences. pp. 554-580. ISSN 2222-6990

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