Correlation between behavioral and neuronal activities of toads Bufo bufo (L.) in response to moving configurational prey stimuli.

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Common toads are able to distinguish prey objects from predators and behaviorally irrelevant stimuli by their shape and direction of motion. Using computer programs for correlation analysis, the prey-catching activity in response to different moving configurational stimuli was compared with the activity of neurons recorded at different levels of the visual… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/0376-6357(79)90026-3

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@article{Borchers1979CorrelationBB, title={Correlation between behavioral and neuronal activities of toads Bufo bufo (L.) in response to moving configurational prey stimuli.}, author={H. W. Borchers and Jacob Ewert}, journal={Behavioural processes}, year={1979}, volume={4 2}, pages={99-106} }