Dynamic cue use in pigeon mid-session reversal.

Rayburn-Reeves, Rebecca.

Qadri, Muhammad A.

Brooks, Daniel I.

Keller, Ashlynn M.

Cook, Robert G.


  • The systematic anticipation and preservation errors produced by pigeons around the reversal point in midsession reversal (MSR) learning experiments suggest that an internal time estimation cue, instead of a more efficient external cue provided by reinforcement, controls behavior over the course of a session. The current experiments examined the role and effectiveness of other external cues in the ... read more
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  • Rayburn-Reeves, Rebecca M., Muhammad A.J. Qadri, Daniel I. Brooks, Ashlynn M. Keller, and Robert G. Cook. "Dynamic Cue Use in Pigeon Mid-Session Reversal." Behavioural Processes 137 (April 2017): 53-63. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.beproc.2016.09.002.
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