Species recognition by five macaque monkeys

@article{Fujita2006SpeciesRB,
  title={Species recognition by five macaque monkeys},
  author={Kazuo Fujita},
  journal={Primates},
  year={2006},
  volume={28},
  pages={353-366}
}
Sixteen monkeys of five macaque species (Macaca fuscata fuscata, M. mulatta, M. radiata, M. nemestrina, andM. arctoides) pressed a lever to see a variety of pictures (35 mm slides) of seven macaque species including their conspecifics. The subjects were allowed to see the same picture for the duration of the lever press and were able to see the same picture repeatedly by pressing the lever within 10 sec after the previous release of the lever. When 10 sec passed after releasing the lever, the… CONTINUE READING

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