Crayfish Recognize the Faces of Fight Opponents

  title={Crayfish Recognize the Faces of Fight Opponents},
  author={Joanne Van der Velden and Ying Juan Zheng and Blair W. Patullo and David L. Macmillan},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  pages={930 - 933}
The capacity to associate stimuli underlies many cognitive abilities, including recognition, in humans and other animals. Vertebrates process different categories of information separately and then reassemble the distilled information for unique identification, storage and recall. Invertebrates have fewer neural networks and fewer neural processing options so study of their behavior may reveal underlying mechanisms still not fully understood for any animal. Some invertebrates form complex… CONTINUE READING
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