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Concept learning by pigeons : matching-to-sample with trial-unique video picture stimuli

Concept learning by pigeons : matching-to-sample with trial-unique video picture stimuli

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WRIGHT, Anthony A., Robert G. COOK, Jacqueline J. RIVERA, Stephen F. SANDS, Juan DELIUS, 1988. Concept learning by pigeons : matching-to-sample with trial-unique video picture stimuli. In: Animal Learning & Behavior. 16(4), pp. 436-444. ISSN 0090-4996. eISSN 1532-5830

@article{Wright1988Conce-21786, title={Concept learning by pigeons : matching-to-sample with trial-unique video picture stimuli}, year={1988}, doi={10.3758/BF03209384}, number={4}, volume={16}, issn={0090-4996}, journal={Animal Learning & Behavior}, pages={436--444}, author={Wright, Anthony A. and Cook, Robert G. and Rivera, Jacqueline J. and Sands, Stephen F. and Delius, Juan} }

Delius, Juan deposit-license Wright, Anthony A. Cook, Robert G. 2013-02-14T08:56:31Z Cook, Robert G. 2013-02-14T08:56:31Z Sands, Stephen F. 1988 Wright, Anthony A. Pigeons were trained to match-to-sample with several new methodologies: a large number of stimuli, computer-drawn color picture stimuli, responses monitored by a computer touch screen, stimuli presented horizontally from the floor, and grain reinforcement delivered onto the picture stimuli. Following acquisition, matching-to-sample concept learning was assessed by transfer to novel stimuli on the first exposure to pairs of novel stimuli. One group (trial-unique), trained with 152 different pictures presented once daily, showed excellent transfer (80% correct). Transfer and baseline performances were equivalent, indicating that the matching-to-sample concept had been learned. A second group (2-stimulus), trained with only two different pictures, showed no evidence of transfer. These results are discussed in terms of the effect of numbers of exemplars on previous failures to find concept learning in pigeons, and the implications of the positive finding from this experiment on abstract concept learning and evolutionary cognitive development. Animal Learning & Behavior ; 16 (1998), 4. - S. 436-444 Rivera, Jacqueline J. Delius, Juan Sands, Stephen F. eng Concept learning by pigeons : matching-to-sample with trial-unique video picture stimuli Rivera, Jacqueline J.

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