Pigeons and humans use action and pose information to categorize complex human behaviors.

Qadri, Muhammad A.

Cook, Robert G.


  • The biological mechanisms used to categorize and recognize behaviors are poorly understood in both human and non-human animals. Using animated digital models, we have recently shown that pigeons can categorize different locomotive animal gaits and types of complex human behaviors. In the current experiments, pigeons (go/no-go task) and humans (choice task) both learned to conditionally categorize ... read more
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  • Qadri, Muhammad A.J., and Robert G. Cook. "Pigeons and Humans Use Action and Pose Information to Categorize Complex Human Behaviors." Vision Research 131 (February 2017): 16-25. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2016.09.011.
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