Meghan E Haas

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Experiments were conducted to investigate which sensory cues are used by brown capuchins (Cebus apella) in embedded invertebrate foraging. The importance of visual, olfactory, and acoustic cues in such foraging was determined by presenting subjects with a stimulus log modified to block out given sensory cues. Experiment 1 was designed to investigate whether(More)
A new technique of binocular indirect ophthalmoscopy uses a Finhoff transilluminator, held between the observer's eyes, as the light source. The light is focused in the patient's dilated pupil through a condensing lens in a darkened room and the image is seen stereoscopically. The advantages and limitations of this technique and the optical principles are(More)
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