Multiple feature use in pigeons’ category discrimination: The influence of stimulus set structure and the salience of stimulus differences

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Lea, S.; Pothos, E. M.; Wills, A.; Leaver, L.; Ryan, C.; Meier, C.;
(2018)

Two experiments investigated what makes it more likely that pigeons’ behavior will come under the control of multiple relevant visual stimulus dimensions. Experiment 1 investigated the effect of stimulus set structure ,using a conditional discrimination between circles ... View more
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