2 edition of Poison-based avoidance learning in primates: salience of visual cues. found in the catalog.
Poison-based avoidance learning in primates: salience of visual cues.
Candace Kathleen Johnson
Written in English
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Poison-based avoidance learning with flavored or colored water in guinea pigs. Learning and Motivation,5, – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: A series of experiments was designed to evaluate the use of visual cues in the acquisition, persistence, and extinction of a poison-based aversion in a nonhuman primate : Frank Etscorn.
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