The Neural Bases of Avian Visual Perception: Effects of Brain Lesions on Motion and Static Processing in Pigeons (Columba livia)

Rothman, Gabriel R.


  • Previous research in pigeons has indicated that there might be functional segregations in visual processing between the anterior and posterior regions of the entopallium. We chose to investigate how these regions differentially process moving (dynamic) and non-moving (static) presentations of two human actions, Indian dance and martial arts. Six pigeons learned a go/no-go action categorization ... read more
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