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Rat_Holding_Room_021b.jpgThe Perception of Empty and Filled Time Intervals by Pigeons

  • The Perception of Empty and Filled Time Intervals by Rats
  • Pigeonsí Memory for Sequences of Light Flashes
  • Pigeons (Columba livia) Associate Time Intervals with Symbols in a Touchscreen Task
  • Differential Effects of Empty and Filled Intervals on Duration Estimation by Pigeons
  • Pigeons' Memory for Sequences of Light Flashes when Gap Duration is an Unreliable Discriminative Cue
  • Memory for Sequences of Tone Bursts in the Rat
  • Ratsí Memory for Event Duration in Delayed Matching-to-Sample with Nonspatial Comparison Response Alternatives
  • Asymmetrical Retention Functions for Sequences of Light Flashes or Tone Bursts in the Rat
  • Pigeonsí Memory for Time: Subjective Shortening in the Duration Comparison Procedure
  • The Role of Key Pecking During Filled Intervals on the Judgment of Time for Empty and Filled Intervals by Pigeons
  • Pigeons Exhibit Higher Accuracy for Chosen Memory Tests than for Forced Memory Tests in Duration Matching-to-Sample
  • Ratsí Memory for Time and Relational Responding in the Duration-Comparison Procedure
  • Rats Exhibit Asymmetrical Retention Functions for Hedonic Samples
  • The Effect of Asymmetrical Sample Training on Retention Functions for Hedonic Samples in Rats.
  • Rats Exhibit Asymmetrical Retention Functions for Hedonic and Nonhedonic Samples in Many-To-One Delayed Matching-To-Sample
  • The Effect of Filled and Empty Intervals on Clock and Memory Processes in Pigeons
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