Natural concepts in pigeons.

  title={Natural concepts in pigeons.},
  author={R J Hernstein and D H Loveland and C Cable},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes},
  volume={2 4},
Pigeons learned to discriminate pictures of trees, bodies of water, or a particular person in three separate experiments. Pictures being seen for the first time were discriminated almost as well as pictures seen in training. The pigeons in each experiment showed similar patterns of errors and correct discrimination. 
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