Sense of Hearing in Fishes

@article{Williams1941SenseOH,
  title={Sense of Hearing in Fishes},
  author={C. Williams},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1941},
  volume={147},
  pages={543-543}
}
  • C. Williams
  • Published 1941
  • Psychology
  • Nature
  • IN his review of our knowledge of the sense of hearing in fishes, von Frisch1 only quotes one observation in the field, and in his summary says, “spontaneous reactions to musical tones are not to be expected, since the sound signals used by us have no biological significance for fishes. Reliable reactions can therefore only be obtained by conditioning to tones.” 
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