Lester I. McCann

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Zebra fish and pearl danios were either cross-reared or raised with conspecifics and tested as adults for species preference over 4 days. Subjects were then placed with conspecifics by group for 30 days and retested over 2 days. Initial testing showed less preference (species identification) for conspecifics by cross-reared subjects and less conspecific(More)
The relative contributions of social and stimulus factors in development of rat dietary preferences were examined. Investigation of odor-alone effects revealed that weak odors resulted in preference for familiar-odor diets, but only at longer exposure times. Shorter exposure to strong odors also produced differences in diet preference. When odor and(More)
The efficiency of Internet search engines has made it trivial for students to find implementations of standard algorithms. This fact has led computer science educators to be more creative with their assignments to encourage students to create their own implementations. Unfortunately, excessive creativity can obscure learning objectives, particularly for(More)
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