Lateral asymmetries due to preferences in eye use during visual discrimination learning in chicks

@article{Vallortigara1996LateralAD,
  title={Lateral asymmetries due to preferences in eye use during visual discrimination learning in chicks},
  author={G. Vallortigara and Lucia Regolin and G. Bortolomiol and L. Tommasi},
  journal={Behavioural Brain Research},
  year={1996},
  volume={74},
  pages={135-143}
}
Chicks were trained to discriminate between two boxes of the same colour (white) on the basis of their positions using the pecking response. Some chicks were trained to peck at the box on their right side, some at the box on their left side. They were then retrained with two boxes of different colours (one red the other green): in one group of chicks the position of the two boxes was randomly alternated in the various trials (thus making colour a conspicuous but irrelevant cue), in the other it… CONTINUE READING

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