Further data on conflict behaviour in golden hamsters: shifting between alternative sets of directional information.


Golden hamsters were trained to collect food in two differently patterned test boxes, linked to each other and to the nest by a T-shaped tube. To choose the correct goal direction from each box entrance the subjects could use either locomotor or visual cues. In test trials the central arm of the T-tube and the nest were rotated by 180°, setting visual and… (More)