Picture recognition in animals and humans.


The question of object-picture recognition has received relatively little attention in both human and comparative psychology; a paradoxical situation given the important use of image technology (e. g. slides, digitised pictures) made by neuroscientists in their experimental investigation of visual cognition. The present review examines the relevant… (More)


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@article{Bovet2000PictureRI, title={Picture recognition in animals and humans.}, author={Daniel P. Bovet and Jacques Vauclair}, journal={Behavioural brain research}, year={2000}, volume={109 2}, pages={143-65} }