'Interest' and 'pleasure': two determinants of a monkey's visual preferences.


When given a choice between two visual stimuli (plain fields of light of different colour, photographs, cine films, etc.) monkeys show strong and consistent preferences. The strength and direction of the preferences is determined by two independent factors: the monkey's relative 'interest' in the stimuli (determined largely by their infoi mation content… (More)


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