Picture-object recognition in pigeons


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DELIUS, Juan, Jacky EMMERTON, Wolfgang HÖRSTER, Ralph JÄGER, Joachim OSTHEIM, 2000. Picture-object recognition in pigeons. In: FAGOT, Joël, ed.. Picture perception in animals. Hove:Psychology Press, pp. 1-35. ISBN 1-84169-156-9

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