D Stan Warmath

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Despite increasing interest in the short-term effects of airborne environmental contaminants, experimental findings are generated at a very slow pace. This is due in part to the expense and complexity of most environmental chambers, which are needed for quantifying effects of wholebody exposures. We lessened this obstacle by designing, constructing, and(More)
Cats were trained to discriminate moving from nonmoving targets or one direction of movement from another. Various stimulus changes, e.g., size, direction, and rate, were then introduced as a test for generalization of the dimension of movement. Thresholds for detection for minimal movement were also determined. The results showed that (a) for cats,(More)
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