Visual Control of a Locomotive Action Discrimination in Pigeons.

Qadri, Muhammad A.

Asen, Yael.

Cook, Robert G.


  • Recognizing and categorizing behavior is essential for all animals. The visual and cognitive mechanisms underlying such action discriminations are not well understood, especially in nonhuman animals. To identify the visual bases of action discriminations, four pigeons were tested in a go/no-go procedure to examine the contribution of different visual features in a discrimination of walking and run... read more
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