Configural processing enables discrimination and categorization of face-like stimuli in honeybees.


We studied whether honeybees can distinguish face-like configurations by using standardized stimuli commonly employed in primate and human visual research. Furthermore, we studied whether, irrespective of their capacity to distinguish between face-like stimuli, bees learn to classify visual stimuli built up of the same elements in face-like versus non-face… (More)
DOI: 10.1242/jeb.039263



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