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Type of publication: Journal Article
Type of document: Full Paper

Year: 2009

Authors: Schloegl, C; Dierks, A; Gajdon, GK; Huber, L; Kotrschal, K; Bugnyar, T

Title: What you see is what you get? Exclusion performances in ravens and keas.

Source: PLoS One. 2009; 4(8):e6368

Authors Vetmeduni Vienna:

Gajdon Gyula
Huber Ludwig

Among birds, corvids and parrots are prime candidates for advanced cognitive abilities. Still, hardly anything is known about cognitive similarities and dissimilarities between them. Recently, exclusion has gained increasing interest in comparative cognition. To select the correct option in an exclusion task, one option has to be rejected (or excluded) and the correct option may be inferred, which raises the possibility that causal understanding is involved. However, little is yet known about its evolutionary history, as only few species, and mainly mammals, have been studied.

Keywords Pubmed: Animals
Behavior, Animal*
Task Performance and Analysis

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