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Effects of prey movement and background on predatory behavior of chameleons
Four small populations of American chameleons (Anolis carolinensis) were tested to determine the effects on predation of movement of prey and the color of the background on which the prey isExpand
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Aversive properties of the negative stimulus in a successive discrimination.
Experiment I sought to determine if the stimulus correlated with extinction in a successive discrimination was an aversive stimulus. An escape response provided an index of aversive control. TwoExpand
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A preliminary analysis of the dynamics of the pecking response in pigeons.
The pecking response of pigeons is usually measured by a transducer that senses the presence or absence of a response. Expand
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Studies on the function of the abdominal rotation response in pupae of Tenebrio molitor.
The present series of experiments was undertaken to develop an understanding of the function of the abdominal rotation response (ARR) in Tenebrio molitor pupae. This response, which composesExpand
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Evolution and General Process Theories of Habituation.
Abstract : Twenty-nine existing theories of habituation were reviewed briefly and classified under one of three general categories: general-conceptual, brain structures/neural systems, or synapticExpand
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