Orientation and lever responding in auditory discriminations in squirrel monkeys.

Abstract

Head orientation during auditory discriminations was studies in squirrel monkeys using a two-lever trial-by-trial procedure. Animals were studied using auditory discriminations based on the position of the sound and on the spectral content differences between a pure tone and a noise. After the percentage of correct responses reached asymptote, head… (More)

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@article{Harrison1977OrientationAL, title={Orientation and lever responding in auditory discriminations in squirrel monkeys.}, author={J. M. Harrison and Robert Briggs}, journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior}, year={1977}, volume={28 3}, pages={233-41} }